Trinity Episcopal Kindergarten

Students must be age 5 on or before September 1st to enroll.

Few spaces still available. 

our mission

We seek to provide a Biblically based, Christ-centered education to children in their most formative years. Each child is seen as unique and made in the image of God.

Trinity Episcopal School, located in downtown Vero Beach, strives to provide a clean, safe, nurturing and developmentally appropriate learning environment.  We offer a quality, educational curriculum that assists the spiritual, social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth of all children.

We support and recognize the parents as the primary educators of their children, and desire to partner with them to provide a strong spiritual foundation to “train up a child in the way he should go”. Proverbs 22:6

Trinity Episcopal School is a ministry of Trinity Episcopal Church.

2022-2023 TUITION AND FEES

The school day begins promptly at 9:00am.  Dismissal is at 3:00pm

  • Non-Refundable Enrollment Fee: $100.00/ per Student
  • TUITION: Tuition is based on a 10-month payment schedule, August to May.
    • $6,500/yr. (includes $6,200 Tuition plus $300 Activity Fee)
  • ADDITIONAL, OPTIONAL SERVICES:
    • Before Care
    • After Care
  • Scholarship information will be provided upon request.

Vacation and Summer Camps available upon need.

Non-discriminatory Policy:  Trinity Episcopal School is committed to admitting and welcoming students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin.

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KINDERGARTEN 2022-23 CALENDAR

AUGUST – 2022

         12th (Fri) – Orientation and Meet the Teacher – 10:00am

         15th (Mon) – First Day of School for Students

SEPTEMBER

         5th (Mon) – No School – Labor Day

OCTOBER

        7th (Fri) – No School – Teacher In-Service

        28th (Fri) – Book Character Parade

        Date TBD – Fall Picture Day

NOVEMBER

        11th (Fri) – Veteran’s Day – SCHOOL OPEN

        21st– 25th (M-F) – No School – Thanksgiving Break

        28th (Mon) – Students Return

DECEMBER

        Dec 22nd – Jan 6th– No School – Christmas Break

JANUARY – 2023

        9th (Mon) – Students Return       

FEBRUARY

       17th (Fri) – No School – Parent/Teacher Conferences

       20th (Mon) – No School – Presidents Day

MARCH

       20th – 24th (M-F) – No School – Spring Break

       27th (Mon) – Students Return

APRIL

       7th (Fri) – No School – Good Friday

       10th (Mon) – No School – Easter Monday  

       Date TBT – Spring Art Extravaganza!

MAY

       19th (Fri) – End of Year Program – 10:00am

       29th (Mon) No School – Memorial Day  

30th (Tues) Students Return

       31st (Wed)Last Day of School – 12:00pm Release

Weekly Special Classes

Tuesday – Music Class

Wednesday – Phys. Ed.

Thursday – Chapel

Preschool Form

Complete the form below to learn more or schedule a tour.

Kindergarten Staff

Julie Weiss

Kindergarten Teacher

Mrs. Weiss received her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Florida Southern College in 2014 and then moved back to her hometown of Vero Beach. She has been teaching Kindergarten in Indian River County since 2014 and absolutely loves all the learning that takes place.

With the switch to Trinity, she is honored to teach the word of God throughout her lessons each day and get to share the love of Jesus with her students. Mrs. Weiss enjoys using movement based and hands-on learning while offering a safe and positive classroom-family environment. She wants to make sure all her Little’s feel loved and encouraged every single day while growing academically, socially, and spiritually.

Mrs. Weiss and her husband Alex are expecting their first child this Fall and they enjoy traveling, trying new foods & restaurants, and spending time with their dogs. She feels so blessed to be at Trinity Episcopal School.  

Senaida Hart

Kindergarten Assistant Teacher

Mrs. Senaida Hart has been a private tutor for many years, taught in co-ops, and has been teaching Sunday School for 20 years. She currently teaches reading and English to students in South America and Asia. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Administration with a focus on Policy and Leadership.

Mrs. Hart loves living in Vero with her husband of 25 years. She has two adult children, a daughter, and a son. Her hobbies include spending time with her family and friends, walking her dog, reading, and volunteering in the community.

Mrs. Hart feels excited and blessed to join the wonderful community of families and teachers at Trinity Episcopal School. She finds great joy in working with children and their families. Her goals in education are to see students grow in the Lord, love others, and create lifelong learners. She feels God made a wonderful world for us to enjoy and learn about together!

Sheila Hunter

PE Teacher

Aloha! My name is Sheila Hunter.  I am so excited to be your PE Teacher this year. I am originally from Hawaii. I have an amazing husband and two little active boys Ellis & Kalani. (Almost 2yo & 4yo).  I was a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Instructor in California and taught children’s martial arts for 5 years.  I am the Head Coach for Kid PWR Run Club, an empowerment program that teaches children life lessons thru running games & drills.  I love empowering children to be healthy & active. It will be a fun, sweaty & awesome year!

Darlene Rodgers

Music / Movement

Mrs. Rodgers comes to Trinity Episcopal Preschool with 30 years of teaching experience.  She has a Bachelor of Arts in Music with an Emphasis in Sacred Music and a Master of Education in Special Education.  Additionally, Mrs. Rodgers is certified in the Orff Schulwerk approach for music education and certified by the State of Florida in ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages).  She and her husband, Lee, have three grown sons and four amazing grandchildren.  Darlene enjoys gardening, cooking, baking, and loves spending time with her family.

Music / Movement

Music class for preschoolers is a joyous occasion! Led by Darlene Rodgers, this class encourages children to follow their God-given instincts for singing through voice exploration. With a curriculum of both traditional and Christ-centered songs, children embrace opportunities for movement playing a variety of musical instruments and using speech in rhythm. Classical music forms the background for a wealth of experience for beat and rhythm sensitivity and free/structured movement. As German composer Carl Orff has said, “The work of children is play”.

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