Parents Connection

Here you will find links above to the most common information you need to stay connected with your students education at Trinity.  We encourage our parents to stay involved in their children's education.  Studies have shown when parents are actively involved with their children during their educational process those students will excel at learning.  There are many ways that you can be involved:

  • The parent road maps were created to give parents the basics of what the core elements the students will lean at different grade levels and also ways that parents can bring the learning processes into the activities at home.
  • Volunteering at the school; we need help with the lunch program, with the musicals, and with our Silent Auction fundraising event.
  • Visiting the classroom and observing your children, our classes are open to parents at any time.
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Parent Login 

The link above is where parents can login to Trinity Lutheran Schools online school management system to access the parent portal;  Parents can view their students grades, calendar of events, lunch menu, communicate with teachers, also you have the ability to pay for lunches, events, and tuition online.  There are mobile apps to give access to all of these features, for more information on the apps for Android and IOS click here or go to your app store and search for Renweb.

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Frequently Asked Questions by Parents


When should I contact a teacher if I have a concern?

  • Immediately! If the teacher is unavailable because they are in class, they will return your call or answer your email ASAP. Their contact information is available on our contact us page or at our staff bio pages.

Do I need to make an appointment to meet with a teacher or another staff member?

  • An appointment is best, but the teachers are usually in their classrooms after dismissal so you can try to catch them at that time.

What should I do if my student doesn't like their teacher?

  • Please address the problem with the teacher directly. These issues can usually be remedied quickly through proper communication.

What should I do if I think my student has a learning disability?

  • Contact your primary care physician and talk to your teacher.  Learning disorders such as Attention Deficit Disorder, ADD should be diagnosed by a professional.


What should I do if I want my child to participate in the athletic programs?


  • Contact your teacher for more information or you can email our Athletic director Aaron DeLong.

How can a divorced parent get information on a child's school progress?

  • A divorced parent can also have a personnel password to access your child's grades online.