Our Programs
Public Service

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  • The Office of

    Public Service
    Inspired by Trinity School’s founding as a charity school and guided by our 5 Principles, the Office of Public Service supports curriculum-based service learning in every grade through our 17 Community Circle Partners. To learn more about each grade, please click here.
     
    We also offer after school service opportunities for Middle and Upper School students and for our Lower School families. Many of our events are open to all faculty, staff, students and their families and we are grateful for and inspired by the broad participation from our community.
“Give generously and joyfully to others”

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  • Volunteer Opportunities

    Get Involved
    Trinity School’s Office of Public Service offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for our community. We hope that all faculty, staff, students and their families will consider joining us! For division or grade specific events please click on each division. Lower School students must be supervised by an adult at all O.P.S. events. Questions? Please contact Kai Williams at kai.williams@tvajansi.com

    To see highlights from the 2019-2020 school year please click on the video links below:

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  • Trinity Advent Sandwich Lines

    Join fellow members of the Trinity community to prepare and distribute meals to go at Advent Church! Last school year we served 2600 meals to our neighbors through this initiative. To contribute or volunteer, please email Kai Williams.

    Dates of our sandwich lines
    • Saturday, 10/29
    • Saturday, 12/31
    • Saturday, 4/29
    • Saturday, 7/29
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  • Bingo Nights

    Everyone is a winner at our always popular Bingo Night, hosted in the Dining Room at Trinity School.

    Bingo Night Dates
    • Thursday, 10/13
    • Tuesday, 1/10
    • Tuesday, 2/7
    • Tuesday, 4/11
    • Tuesday, 5/9”
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  • Community Drives

    Throughout the year Trinity’s PA Service Team collects donated items at all Trinity entrances for a number of partners.
  • Garden Parties at 120 West 94th Street

    In partnership with long-time resident and Tenants’ Association Vice President Leslie Costa, our work at this community green space includes garden party events open to volunteers of all ages and an urban ecology unit taught in our Biology 11 class. For more information and to volunteer, please email Kai Williams.
  • Holiday Breakfast at DeHostos Community Center

    We hope to resume this wonderful tradition this December. Please email Kai Williams for more information and to volunteer.
  • Planting Beds at West Side Community Garden

    Led by upper school science teacher Mark Schober, we will finish refurbishing the planting beds at this community green space in November. For more information and to volunteer, please email Kai Williams.
  • Thanksgiving

    We are very hopeful that after a 3 year hiatus due to Covid, we can return this November to our beloved tradition of Trinity Thanksgiving. Volunteers are needed for sorting cookies, assembling goody bags, decorating the Dining Room and of course hosting our meal for over 200 guests. Please email Kai Williams for more information and to volunteer.

    Tuesday, 11/22, 8am to 11am - cookie sorting and goody bags
    Tuesday, 11/22, 2pm to 6pm - Dining Room decor
    Wednesday, 11/23, 10am to 2pm - Trinity Thanksgiving meal
  • Valentine's Day Card Making

    Every January, in partnership with the Scarlett Fund, we send notes of hope and love to pediatric patients at Memorial Sloan-Kettering. Please email Kai Williams for more information and to volunteer.

Faculty Service Team

  • Chaztery Cruz, Events
  • Jen Donovan, Science & Sustainability
  • Chris Luthi, Math
  • Luisen Ruiz, Language Ambassadors
  • Marya Schock, Humanities
Located on the Upper West Side of New York City, Trinity School is a college preparatory, coeducational independent school for grades K-12. Since 1709, Trinity has provided a world-class education to its students with rigorous academics and outstanding programs in athletics, the arts, peer leadership, and global travel.