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Green Community

Trinity going green involves both on and off campus activities, projects, and practices. We like to involve others in our list of meeting green goals and making green accomplishments, as well as getting ourselves involved in what the community has to offer. We encourage everyone to get on board with being green.

One of the main ways used to reach the students, families, alums and community is with the Going Green Announcements, Newsy Note updates, sharing sessions and reminders that are sent home electronically. Some of the topics covered are how to make changes at home and in the community with recycling, energy use reduction, and water conservation. We share all of this information on our website, get feedback and then design new environmental ideas or projects to be implemented. We share, involve and update the home and school board/PTA, extended member of our enrolled families, educations committee and many alumni about our "going green" activities, projects in the works, and accomplishments.

Community Involvement Opportunities

The following is a list of several organizations that have been active in our school. Their names have been mentioned and explained in other areas of this application.

  • PTA and Dad's Network
  • Healthy Howard Program
  • Echoes of Nature
  • Eco-Goats and Howard County Conservancy
  • Girl and Boy Scouts
  • Science Center and Baltimore Zoo/Zoo Mobile
  • Retriever Recycling Bin
  • Garvers and Sharps Farm

Students in the Community

Students are always getting involved in off campus activities that exhibit environmentally friendly practices. They help clean up trash at local beaches and parks, release butterflies at birthday parties, plant trees or lay mulch at home, shop using reusable grocery bags, recycle, and much more!

Field Trips

Trinity students take advantage of educational field trips. The first grade experienced the Chesapeake Environmental Center. The students had so much fun learning about special bay creatures which live in brackish water (results from mixing of seawater with fresh water). Pictured are the students catching some creatures they could find and then releasing the creatures after observing and learning about them. They did a "marsh dance" which taught them about 4 traits of the marsh - "habitat, food, filter, flood"!

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