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Trinity Christian H!gh School/Education :i MEN00S i: : ii t period of :/::::::May16: May 20 1  :: ::::: Christian : .:M=nday Chicken : :!aa Biscuits, corn, fruit, ::ap00esauce, Je,-O and i :cke :i::i :: Hamburger :::::M R|b, fries, carrots, i ::::;:i esdayi : Texas ::staw: ts green beans, :Uiti  appiesuce and : Chicken : uets, mash potato i i i :gvy, as, fruit d:pean: tter bar :ClUb sand- :'i:wich,!: tO, Vegetable, ifa desse : Hull Christian Mo"day :: :i:::through i : : : Hull ...... . Lunch E Sool Mday Scalloped potatoes diced ham, garden vegetable salad and dinner roll; ARem entre: Taco .i and yogurt pack ;:esday:-- Tater tot ;htl di:sh, green: an n :herty juice : :trOt; Nternative entre: :Turkey BLT salad or slider com00 Wednesday: French toast sticks, tri-taters ,and sausage pa; Alternative entrei Chef :salad and ham-and- cheese pinwheel :  Thursday: Roast Pork, maSh potatoes with gavy, steam corn and dinner roll; Alternative : ere: Crispy:chicken salad or turkey ranch wrap Friday = Mini corn dogs, macaroni-and- creese and dried cher- ries; Alternative entree: Popeye salad and turkey sub Boyden-Hull High School ,Monday. Pizza sub, potato smiles and tossed |ad; Alternative entrde: Taco salad, yogurt pack o(cheese Iurger Tuesday." Tater tot hot dish, corn and Italian iCe dessert; Alternative tr6e: BLT salad, slider combo or chicken nug- gets Wednesday: French toast, tri-tater and sau- Stromli and French Fries, Alternative entr(,e: Crispy chicken salad, tur- k ranch wrap or chick- on a bun Friday= Roast pork, mashed potatoes with and vegetable :blend; Alternative entree: Popeye salad; turkey sub or:min dogs Brealdast .Monday.: Cereal breakfast " or pa Wednesday: Long n or akfast pizza ursday: Croissant sandwich or breakfast pizza Friday:. Cinnamon rolls :orbmakfast pizza Options include: ASsOrted fruit or fruit juice, one percent low fat milk, sldm milk, one t chocolate milk This marks the final Trinity Christian High School page of the year. The final special educa- tion page wi|trun in the Wednesday, June 1, edi- What's Happening? Mr. Mowery's biology class The first hour students are dissecting several squid as part of their study of invertebrates. TC juniors enjoy first-ever banquet The banquet took place on the evening of Friday, April 29. Students arrived at Trinity in their formals at 5:30 for photos and hors de oeuvres. From there it was off to Sioux Falls. After a stop at Falls Park for photos in a different setting, the next attraction was"Dolphins" at the Cinedome. Following a short walk to Minerva's, the students savored the delicious banquet offerings of pork filet mignon or chicken breast. Eastway Bowl was the attraction after dinner. Some juniors changed to casual clothes, while several took on the challenge of bowling in their formals. The juniors arrived back at Trinity around midnight. Several parents then organized some after-banquet activ- ities. Trinity chapels take on international flavor Many chapels at Trinity feature local speakers. However, it is not uncommon to have speakers from elsewhere. In the school year we have had speakers from Michigan, Colorado, California, and two speakers from Alberta, Canada. In April we enjoyed a speaker from Ballymena, North Ireland in the form of Rev. Angus Stewart. Rev. Stewart, who spoke to us via Skype, is the uncle of staff member Mr. Jason Westra. It is a blessing to be able to enjoy the variety of speak- ers. A Spirit Week Sonnet By Rebecca Gritters Inspired by Lanae Regnerus Why do I wait for thee each passing year? Thou art inspirational to us all: Radiant days illuminating the drear; How many yet have ye left to enthrall? Oft by doubters thou art misunderstood, Yet to most the glum thought of thy demise, Leaves them distraught, near swooning where they stood. Who will be our mainstay? What hero will arise? With nothing yet perceived dost thou compare, Bringing heartfelt joy and endless laughter With days of green and white and crazy hair; Thy moments we will remember hereafter. Never ending, so long as thou art here, Our thankfulness towards thee is true, sincere. The Five Days of Spirit Week (To the tune of The Twelve Days of Christmas) By Joni Van Den Top On the first day of Spirit Week my classmate came to be A girl with weird hair that scared me. On the second day of Spirit Week my classmates came to be: Two circus clowns And a girl with weird hair that scared me. On the third day of Spirit Week my classmates came to be: Three beach girls Two circus clowns And a girl with weird hair that scared me. On the fourth day of Spirit Week my classmates came to be: Four shining knights Three beach girls Here's the Trinity Christian junior varsity JETS team. Front row, from left to right, Lanae Two circus clowns Regnerus, Joni Van Den Top and Dana Burgers. Back row, Rebecca Gritters, Zach Van And a girl with weird hair that scared me Engen, Christopher Slice, Ben Korver and coach Jason Westra On the fifth day of Spirit Week my classmates came to be Five rancher boys Four shining knights Three beach girls Two circus clowns And a girl with weird hair that scared me Dordt Band Festival brings together high schools  - !: Trinity Christian High School again participated in the Dordt Band Festival on Friday, April 15, at the BJ. Haan Auditorium and the DeWitt Center. The festival included individual school and mass num- bers. Adding to the festivities for Trinity was a visit from of Covenant Christian High School, the Protestant Reformed High School of Grand Rapids, Mich. Trinity Christian and Covenant Christian had activities Here's the Trinity Christian junior varsity JETS team. Front row, from left to right, Kayla together on Thursday, presented a combined concert that Kooima, Shelby Altena and Jacilee Andringa. Back row, Anna Van Egdom, Lisa Westra, evening and then concluded the day with open gym time Colton Hoksbergen, Derk Burgers and coach Jason Westra and snacks. - 00i!n- m Electro-virus team competes at World FLL Festival o o i!li I dents Elizabeth and William S.D., in January, qualifying Rankin, as members of Team for the world meet. Electro-virus, competed at Elizabeth Rankin noted the 20th annual FIRST Lego there were 81 teams from 29 League Robotics Competition countries at the world festi- World Festival from Thursday val. i ] ! i through Saturday, April She learned about national- 28-30. ity and how to speak words in Worldwide, more than foreign tongues. 17,000 teams began the FLL When all was said and done, "Body Forward" Challenge Team Electro-virus finished last September. 25th. The team had a score Parents Eric and Lora of 340 out of a possible 365 Rankin both homeschool during one of the robot runs. /,, Elizabeth and William. Eric Coach Rankin said the team also served as one of the had to recalibrate the robot coaches on Team Electro- because it depends on a light virus, sensor to guide it through The team won the regional many tasks.