Trinity Trot

TRINITY TROT - Dust off your sneakers and get ready to move!


This special day is hosted by the Trinity Boosters.  In keeping with Trinity's healthy and green goals the Trinity Trot offers an opportunity for students to exercise, run and have a healthy lunch!

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Each class will prepare a creative class letter to send to family and friends. The Boosters Committee will make copies of each student’s letter and mail them to the list you provide.  K-Transitional/Primary/MS students may be sponsored either per lap or flat rate donation.  Pre-school students may be sponsored with a flat rate donation since we do not track their laps.  

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TRINITY TROT - Health Guidelines  from the School Nurse
Please make sure your child is appropriately prepared for the day.  It is a free dress day for all primary and middle school students.
            •  Bring a water bottle – marked with their name
            •  Put sunscreen on BEFORE they come to school
            •  Wear a hat and light colored clothing, if sunny
            •  Wear running shoes or comfortable tennis shoes – NO sandals
            •  Wear socks
            •  Dress in layers if it is cold in the morning
            •  Students will have a tyvek paper pinned to their back for lap counting   
Encourage them to do their best and remind them it is okay to take a break and stop for water if needed. 

Trinity Trot Rules
            •  Listen for instructions to start the race.  Starts will be staggered, with older students beginning first.
            •  Walkers keep to the outside of the track.
            •  No pushing, harassing or teasing other students – notify a teacher or volunteer for assistance.
            •  No cutting across the track unless there is a medical emergency.
            •  When you finish a lap, enter one of the lanes to get lap credit.
            •  rink plenty of water and take a rest as necessary.
            •  Any student not following the Code of Conduct will be immediately removed from the event.
Student Code of Conduct
As a student participating in the Trinity Trot, I will:
            •  Set an example of good sportsmanship with my own behavior for all students; 
            •  Be honorable, fair, respectful and responsible in all my behavior;
            •  Support my fellow students by cheering and encouraging them to do their best;
            •  Notify a key person when inappropriate behavior is witnessed – cheating, harassing, pushing, teasing, or any type of physical harm will not be tolerated.
Thank you all for your flexibility and understanding as we try to make this event a really great day for our students.  Your support is greatly appreciated.
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