The 2018-19 Greek School Academic year commenced this afternoon with an Agiasmo blessing in the church. Fr. Nick wished all of the students a productive and enjoyable school year.
Experienced Greek language teachers make our program thrive!
To register for the 2018-2019 school year
Please return the completed registration form to the church office.
The Greek School is devoted to developing literacy and fluency in the Greek Language and to cultivating knowledge and understanding of Greek cultures and traditions.
We educate children in the Greek language (conversational and written), Greek history, geography, culture, and religion. Students are provided venues to show their achievements through events on campus at the church, and off campus where they dance and present their poems.
Greek School PTA
Remember, we are all working together for “our most precious gifts”...our children!
The PTA’s role is to enhance and support the Greek School’s mission through volunteering and fundraising events.
To enable the Greek School to begin operations on solid footing, we are collecting $30.00 per family which are the PTA dues for the 2018/2019 school year. We only have two General Assembly meetings the entire year. One for elections and the other one is general meeting. In order to have the right to vote, you must be an active PTA member.
Kindly fill out the information and membership form and have a cash payment or check made payable to “Holy Trinity Greek School PTA”, as you register your child/children to Greek School this year. It will make the start to the school year run smoothly.
We thank you for your continued support and look forward to a productive and rewarding year.
Angela Manessis Kapelonis
The 2018 Greek School Class graduated today during the annual commencement ceremony held in the church social hall. The graduating class was recognized for their achievements and diplomas were presented to all of the students. Καλό Καλοκαίρι to our students, teachers and Greek School director, Mrs. Irene Pantelaros.
Out parish marched with pride on Fifth Avenue in New York to celebrate Greek Independence Day at the annual parade. This year our dance troupe performed live on our local channel 9 that televised the parade. Local news personalities Ernie Anastos, Nick Gregory and Mike Woods joined our troupe in traditional Greek dancing.
Our Greek School bulletin board reminds us of the forthcoming double celebration - Feast of the Annunciation and Greek Independence Day - March 25th. ΖΗΤΩ!