Principal's Page

Welcome to Trinity!

Trinity Lutheran School provides a high quality education for its students in a safe learning environment that is Christ centered. The strong sense of community that exists in our school is one where each student is cared about and valued.

Our TEAM of talented teachers works with our students to help them grow academically, socially, and spiritually.

The parents, teachers, and staff at Trinity have been blessed by God with an assortment of talents and abilities. None of us has a monopoly on these gifts, but together, we’ve got quite a package!

I invite you to come to Trinity and be a part of the Christian community we have. It truly is a blessing to be a part of Trinity Lutheran School, and we want you to be able to experience that blessing.

--Mark Mueller, Principal

Scroll down for "Mueller's Message,"  our update from Mr. Mueller.

Mueller's Message- 5/13/2016

posted May 13, 2016, 2:18 PM by Trinity Lutheran

Therefore encourage one another and build each other up.

(1 Thessalonians 5:11)

                                                                           May 13, 2016   


     What a great TEAM we have here at Trinity!  It is a tremendous privilege for me to be able to work alongside our teachers, staff members, and our pastor.

      We have an extremely talented group of teachers, but more than we have teachers who genuinely care about their students.  One of the ways this is demonstrated is during our faculty devotion time when our staff prays together for our students and their families.  Most important to us is your child’s relationship with Jesus Christ because in the end that’s what matters most.

      This week was Teacher Appreciation Week.  I’m appreciating our teachers, Mrs. Krenz, Ms. Freese, Mrs. Becker, Mrs. Kline, Ms. Daniel, Ms. Mitchell, Mrs. Powell, Mr. Nimmer, Mrs. Hester, Ms. VanDenBerg, Mrs. Fischer, Mrs. Benya, Ms. Drees, Mrs. Nord, Mrs. Schroeder; our Child Care Director, Ms. Schmid; our aides, Mrs. Martinson, Mrs. Jellison, Mrs. Kroemer, and Ms. Wille; our administrative assistant, Mrs. Galvin; our Development Director, Mrs. Jonasson; our librarian, Mrs. Holt; our kitchen staff, Mrs. Heetland and Ms. Lane; our custodian, Mr. Freese; our cleaning ladies, Mrs. Reisner and Mrs VanDee, and Pastor Renfro.


     Thanks be to God for all of these great people and for what they give our school!


Mark Mueller


Mueller’s Message-5/6/2016

posted May 6, 2016, 7:01 AM by Trinity Lutheran   [ updated May 6, 2016, 7:05 AM ]

Therefore encourage one another and build each other up.

                                                                        ( 1 Thessalonians 5:11)                                                                         

      Wow!  I just watched the Thursday matinee performance of Malice in the Palace.  In addition to the tremendous message of God once again coming to the rescue of His people, what a great display of talent by our fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth graders!  And thank you, Mrs. Benya for the time and work you put in to make the production a success.

      We get from our children and our students what we expect from them.  Expect a little and that’s exactly what we will get.  Expect a lot and be pleasantly surprised by how talented our kids are and much they are capable of.  This applies not only to fine arts productions and sports activities, but classroom performance and social behavior as well.

      God has blessed us with wonderful children with an array of and talents and abilities, so let’s raise the bar for them and help them become the best they can be!

Mueller's Message - 4/22/2016

posted Apr 22, 2016, 12:25 PM by Pat Powell

Last school year, when the Trinity Trumpet was still being published in a hard copy format, I always shared a few of my thoughts on our school in Mueller’s Message.  Well, it’s back, and I’m going online with it.  My remarks will be posted on TAB and on the Principal’s Page at Trinity’s website.

Thank you for your generous response with chapel offerings these past two Wednesdays.  Our students gave $465 to assist St. James Lutheran Church and School in Northrop, Minnesota. Our Trinity students have also made cards with words of encouragement that we are sending to the students of St. James. During a storm, lightning struck the altar in St. James Church and the building burned down. The school sustained extensive water and smoke damage. We have a special connection with St. James in that one of our preschool students, Adrianne Smith’s grandfather is the pastor of that congregation.

You might be surprised that you may qualify for financial assistance with your tuition. We have found that some families don’t apply because they just figure their income is too high. It is always worth filling out the Iowa Lutheran School Tuition Organization (ILSTO) form. They are available in the school office, on our school’s website, or you can go to Forms must be postmarked by April 29.

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