Since schools across Virgina closed on March 13, 2020, Trinity has continued to teach and learn in order to meet the needs of our students. Our faculty and staff are prepared to proceed with flexibility and expertise, and ready to provide in-person and online instruction simultaneously as needed.
In a fluid situation such as this, we continue to update and improve upon our practices. We are making decisions in real time based on the best and most recent guidelines from verified experts. We will communicate transparently and with regularity.
Any COVID-19 news which impacts the Trinity community will be shared with our families via email and on this page.
View Trinity’s plan for the school year ahead here:
“As we move into the holiday season, questions are naturally coming up for guidance on travel.
Beyond the obvious precautions (masks, social distance, avoid any medium/large scale gatherings, etc.)while traveling, I ask that you take a thorough self-assessment of everybody’s health as you return to the area. Online learning can be arranged for any family who feels the need to self-quarantine. All of us are in this together- and our individual choices impact the greater TLS community. Thank you!”
More resources for families:
Family Action Plan for COVID a checklist for families to screen at home
The latest information from the CDC is a definition update that now specifies a high risk close contact includes being less than 6ft from someone who has COVID (and you’re both wearing a mask) for a TOTAL of 15min over a 24 hour period. Please click here for more information from the CDC.
This article from The Washington Post explains how Covid can spread this fall.
Preschool tuition payments for SY20-21 may be adjusted in the event of school closures due to COVID-19. Please contact the office for detailed information on this important policy change.
Personal tours are available by appointment. Please click the link or contact admissions coordinator Julie Petty at (757)245-2576.