Holy Trinity Interparochial School will begin offering full-day kindergarten classes at its Westfield Campus starting September 2014.
The change means the Westfield Campus, located at 336 First Street, will educate children in kindergarten through 8th grade, while the Mountainside Campus, located at Our Lady of Lourdes, at 304 Central Ave., Mountainside, will continue to offer programs for 2½ year olds through kindergarten.
To kick off enrollment for the 2014-15 school year, the school will celebrate the start of Catholic Schools Week Sunday, Jan. 26
, with a Family Carnival in the Westfield Campus gym from 2 to 5 p.m.
Admission to the carnival is $10 per child, which includes all games, activities, food and prizes.There is no charge for adults and children under 2. Current school families and those families interested in learning more about the school are invited to attend the carnival.
Administration, faculty and students will be available from 1 to 2 p.m. before the carnival to lead tours for prospective families and share their experiences of Catholic education.
The HTIS Mountainside Campus will also hold an Open House and Registration for the 2014-2015 school year on Jan. 26 at 10:30 a.m. for Pre-K and kindergarten. Faculty and parents will be on hand to talk about the school's offerings.
Additionally on Tuesday
, Jan, 28, from 9 to 11 a.m.
the Westfield Campus will open its doors for prospective families to visit classes in session. Those interested in that opportunity or to see either campus while classes are in session, can call the Westfield office at (908) 233-0484
or the Mountainside office at (908) 233-1899
to schedule a tour.
Holy Trinity Interparochial School is a religious educational resource serving local communities since 1916. As a 2011 U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School of Excellence and a Middle States Accredited School operating under the auspices of the Newark Archdiocesan School System, the school emphasizes the values of our faith and continually seeks to build a community where priests, parents, parishioners, students, faculty, and other staff share a common concern for the spiritual and educational growth of each individual.