On June 12th, the Palmer Trinity Summer Experience programs started. Students gathered on the PTS campus for a wide range of activities. Summer Experience attendees were able to choose from an array of topics such as drivers education, dance, soccer, math fluency, photography, robotics, orchestra, and programming among others. TO find out more about Palmer Trinity's Summer Experince, visit www.palmertrinity.org/summer.
On Friday, June 2, Palmer Trinity was recognized at the Dream in Green Award Ceremony, and named the winner of the Water Conservation Challenge. Dream in Green’s mission is to empower individuals to respond to climate change and other environmental challenges facing local and global communities. Congratulations to our students and faculty members who participated in this challenge.
Palmer Trinity School faculty member, Brian Mealey, was interviewed by a Brazilian news show last month regarding the invasion of the Burmese pythons in the Everglades. Dr. Mealey is a wildlife biologist with expertise in South Florida reptiles and birds of prey. Click here to watch the original interview in Portuguese.
Last week, Ms. Papineau's classroom was transformed into a literary work of art. Students submitted stunning projects that represented Dante Alighieri's masterpiece, Inferno. The projects were diverse, ranging from reconstructions of famous scenes from the book, hanging mobiles, light-up displays, elaborate posters, and pop-up books.
On Thursday, May 25th, the 9th-grade class had the opportunity to Skype with Dr. David Christian, creator of Big History. The Big History curriculum is taught in World History and has become popular with the students. Mrs. Massa and Dr. Beske led the discussion, and students were able to ask their own questions to Dr. Christian.
Michael Eschmann - Vocational Technical Henry Fernandez - Digital and Interactive Media Ethan Hill - English and Literature Curtis Lary - Business Hope Morales - Athletics Delaney Reynolds - Social Science Alexa Tannebaum - Music and Dance
The Falcons defeated Florida Christian for the first time in school history by a score of 1 - 0 to advance to the District Finals. This win secures PTS a spot in the State Tournament. Junior Owen Almeida set a new school record for the most wins in a season.
PTS will play Westminster Christian School on Thursday, May 4th, at Florida Christian's field at 7:00 p.m.