In addition to academics, Trinity Lone Oak provides opportunities for learning outside the classroom.
Every Wednesday the students of TLO attend a chapel service in our church sanctuary. A wide variety of worship styles are incorporated, and chapels are led by TLO staff, students and special guests.
Each school year ends with an all school field day. Students compete in several stations which are located in and around the school. Students are organized in their “cross-grade” family groups. The 7th and 8th grades are the designated leaders. The competition and activities revolve around a theme.
One of the most highly anticipated events of every school year at TLO is Grandparents Day, usually held the day before Thanksgiving. Grandparents and VIP guests of TLO students are invited to spend a day at school, joining in classroom activities, attending a special Chapel service and enjoying entertainment provided by each grade. The day ends with lunch for all students and their invited guests.
Mini-Course Day is quickly becoming one of the most exciting days of the school year! Mini-courses are intended to give students the opportunity to experience and learn things that are different from our regular curriculum. Activities include rollercoaster physics, blacksmithing (with a real forge!), bowling, weaving, ballet, karate, and outdoor survival.
NATIONAL LUTHERAN SCHOOLS WEEK
Traditionally the first full week in March is set aside as National Lutheran Schools Week (NLSW), where Lutheran schools around the nation celebrate the joys and honors of being a Christian school. During this week, TLO has fun days, such as color days, dress up day, movie day, and roller skating. Above all, we celebrate being a school where Christ is the center of our education.