Preschool Thanksgiving Feast
Thanksgiving brings to mind turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, pumpkin pie and all sorts of yummy food. Thanksgiving food, family, friends and festivities are all wonderful traditions for a wonderful day, but a truly thankful heart and grateful soul will make it a priority to thank God first for the many blessings, big and small. Mrs. Connell and Mrs. O’Malley’s pilgrims and Indians celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday with prayer and a feast. It was a wonderful morning and seeing the children interacting with one another, as a family! A special note of thanks to our many parent volunteers, who served with such a willing spirit. Gobble, gobble!!!
The Spirit of Thankful Hearts and Hands
As we get ready to spend Thanksgiving with our loved ones, now is a good time to reflect on the true meaning of the holiday. There is no one better to tell us all about it than the students who attend Trinity Extended Day. Every year the students spend their afternoon preparing lasagna meals and making sandwiches, writing notes and decorating brown bags for children and families in the communities through Grass Roots for Thanksgiving. Christian Boyce said it best ““It’s great making someone’s day better, making sandwiches and giving them food. It makes me feel good and it’s so much fun!”