Austin Trinity

An independent K-8 Episcopal day school five miles from the heart of Austin


Parent Council

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Parent Council is a volunteer group that supports Trinity Episcopal School and its core values through programs, activities, and events. The group is for parents by parents, and it exists to further the school's mission to nurture each child academically, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Every Trinity parent is a member, and we encourage all to get involved. Whether you have a lot of time to share or just a little, we hope you will take the time to engage with the parent community at Trinity.

Parent Council supports more than 20 different programs and events at Trinity. We welcome volunteers throughout the year to help with our programs and events. Details about these opportunities are below. We encourage moms, dads, and grandparents to participate. 

All parents are encouraged to attend committee meetings hosted on the second Wednesday of the month at 8 a.m. in the LS library, even if you're not yet on a committee. Not ready to volunteer yet? It's also a great way to meet other parents and hear updates on current topics. There's also a new Parent Council coffee and general meeting once a semester where the parent community can get to know one another and feel more connected to the school through a school representative speaker. 



Questions? Email Parent Council President Ellen Navarre or Senior Director of Development Taylor Fry.


Volunteer Opportunities

Year-Round Programs

Join Trinity dads in opening car doors Wednesdays 7:30 - 8 a.m. This is a fun way to meet the students, faculty and staff, and other dads. Often the carpool dads meet for a dutch treat breakfast after duty.

Coordinate and prepare refreshments for various school functions. Events include: Snow Cone Party, Back to School Night, New Parent Orientation and others. Great fun!

Trinity's Parent Council serves lunch to both Lower School and Middle School students from 11 a.m. to 12:40 p.m. every day of the year. A great chance to see your student and his/her friends!

Help plan and execute two Spirit Nights - one in the fall and one in the spring. Make locker tags for sporting teams, academic achievements and arts performances.

We've got SPIRIT, yes we DO! You want it? We got it….with a Trinity logo on it! Help sell T-shirts, pencils, frisbees, etc. for parents and students. This committee has a blast selecting, ordering, and selling the Trinity goods throughout the school year.

Event-Based Programs

This spring fundraising gala event features great food, music, dancing, and silent and live auctions. All funds raised from this event are distributed to the financial assistance and faculty professional development programs. This is a great opportunity to work together as a community to plan an event and then come to gether to celebrate the successes of Trinity. Date set for Saturday, April 18.

Book People will parnter with us again this year for a week-long festival of books and reading. Join this committee and assist in one or more areas: publicity, special events, recommended reads, and more! Model to our children the importance of reading while raising money for the Parent Council and Trinity’s library!

Help coordinate the annual Dad’s Breakfast - usually takes place in the fall.

Assist with this special event for grandparents and special friends to come to campus, visit classrooms and learn about life at Trinity. This year, the event is scheduled in February.

Nothin’ says lovin’ like something from the oven. Help us say thanks to these very special people. Coordinate lunches and special treats for Trinity teachers and administrators throughout the year.

Be a part of this all-time favorite Trinity event loved by all students.

Are you mad for plaid? Collect, sort and sell donated, gently-worn Trinity uniforms in the Fall & Spring. This year's dates TBD.

Help get the school get in the holiday spirit and deck the halls for December! This job is one time a year and a great way to get in the holiday spirit! Usually done on a weekend in late November.

No artistic ability required for this one! Come help set up the Spring Art show by mounting student’s art on paper frames and hanging the art around campus. The art show is usually held in late April or early May.

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