Holy Trinity Episcopal School is more than a school - it's a family! The school prides itself on creating a strong sense of community among students, faculty, staff and parents. All students at every level give back to the community through service opportunities throughout the year.
Examples of past service partners include:
Lord of the Streets, Trinity Episcopal Church
Service projects for many of our students involve making and serving lunches through Lord of the Streets in downtown Houston. Lord of the Streets is the special Mission Church of the Diocese of Texas for Houston's homeless and disadvantaged begun by Trinity Church in 1990.
Younger students make placemats for the homeless while older make sandwiches, deliver, and sometimes serve the meals. Upper School students have also served at a Lord of the Streets fundraiser banquet at Trinity Church to help raise money to buy food to provide each day.
Humble Area Assistance Ministries (H.A.A.M.)
Each fall, Holy Trinity families collect canned food donations for H.A.A.M., which is delivered by the Student Council. Humble Area Assistance Ministries is a non-profit organization, an interfaith organization, united with others in the community to serve basic needs to those in financial crisis and provide assistance towards self-sufficiency.
Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council
As part of the Girl Scout Wonders of Water Girl Scout Brownie Journey, Sara Turner and Erin Hill decided they were going to do something to help save the environment in our area. In December and January, Ms. Goundry, Sara, and Erin added a mixed consumable recycling bin to the parking lot and blue recycling bins to most classrooms. By adding mixed consumable recycling to our Waste Management plan, HTES lowered the monthly premium for trash service and is helping to save the environment. Congratulations to Sara Turner and Erin Hill for completing the Wonders of Water Journey and helping HTES to be more environmentally friendly.
The mixed consumable bin will be emptied on Thursday mornings. It is a receptacle for all things recyclable, including cardboard, plastic, aluminum, and glass. Feel free to use it for your personal recycling, but please be kind to the environment by not overfilling the can.
Middle School Student Council (NASC)
Holy Trinity Episcopal School is honored to have a State and Nationally recognized Middle School Student Council. Our MS Student Council has provided the community with a variety of opportunities for outreach. The focus of the HTES Student Council is to foster active and engaged leaders in our school community. This year our Middle School Student Council members reached out to make a difference in the following: HAMS, a local animal shelter, Pillows for Soldiers, Christmas Toy Drive, and a Recycling Drive. We are so proud of our future leaders!