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Extracurricular Activities

Trinity Lutheran School is able to offer many after-school activities for its student body. Extracurricular activities are defined as those activities that are not part of the academic curriculum. Any group, club or team representing Trinity Lutheran School that does not meet during regular school hours can be considered an extracurricular activity. Trinity’s teachers and parent volunteers give of their time and talents to provide for a well-rounded experience for all our students. Often there are many participants who are the responsibility of the advisor or coach; for this reason siblings of the participants will not be allowed to remain and wait until the conclusion of the practice or activity. Only students who are directly involved with the school sponsored activity are allowed at the practice, meeting, or rehearsal. Parents, we appreciate your cooperation in this matter.


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Extracurricular Eligibility

Trinity Lutheran School believes students must put forth their best effort at all times. It is the policy of the faculty that no student will receive a failing grade if he or she has completed all assignments to the best of his or her ability. For this reason, a child who receives either two “Ds” or a single "F" on a Student Assessment Report or Progress Report will be suspended from any extracurricular activity until the next assessment period (3 – 3.5 weeks). Students become ineligible at the beginning of the new quarter or the Monday following the issuance of the Progress Report. The faculty determines activities for which this policy is applicable.