Early Childhood - Ages 2 years - 4 years
TST's Early Childhood curriculum provides a wide range of educational experiences, each essential to a child's total growth and development. The program recognizes the enormous span of developmental levels represented by the various age groups and is flexible enough to meet the individual needs of each child.
The children discover the joy of learning through planned activities. The center-based classroom environment allows children to choose activities and to work and play independently. The children also have structured learning time when teachers work with small groups for more concentrated instruction. During the daily playground activities, the children develop gross motor skills on the multiple climbing structures and socialization skills. They also experience community awareness from helpers such as dentists, firemen, doctors, and state troopers.
Trinity school of Texas's curriculum consists of the following components: Language Development, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, Art, Music, Gross Motor, Physical Education, and Spanish. Tumble Bus is an optional program.
Early Childhood attends chapel on Wednesdays and Fridays. The staff of this program also provides a morning prayer and song time on non-chapel days.
Campus Visitor Policy
When you come to campus for a more extended period of time than a simple pickup or drop off, please follow the procedure below:
1. Report first to the Main Office in the Upper School building.
2. Sign in on the Visitor Sheet.
3. Obtain a Visitor's Badge from the receptionist.
4. Please wear this badge at all times, while on campus.
5. When ready to leave campus, please return the badge to the Main Office and sign out.
6. Last, but not least, don't be upset with the person who refers you to Step 1!
Student Pickup Policy
When you come to campus to pickup your child from a classroom for an appointment, or any other reason outside of normal dismissal times, please follow the procedure below:
1. Report first to the Main Office in the Upper School building and sign the child out.
2. Obtain a "Release Slip" from the receptionist.
3. Take the "Release Slip" to the classroom teacher who will retain the slip for the school records.
4. If a staff member stops you to say visitors need a visitors badge, please show him or her the "Release Slip" so he or she knows you are only going to be there long enough to pickup your student.
NOTE: Most Middle and Upper School students are escorted from the classroom the Main Office by staff members when parents arrive. A "Release Slip" is not issued in this situation. A "Release Slip" is only issued to a parent, or the person picking up the child, when the parent/person is picking up the child directly from the classroom so the teacher knows this release is approved.