Trinity Pre-School

★★★★☆
  • 333 Woodland Ave

    San Rafael, CA 94901

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  • 415-453-4526

About Trinity Pre-School

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Mon-Fri 7:30am-6pm

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I am a current parent of Trinity Preschool and I also had another child attend Trinity a few years ago. So I have also seen the changes over the past year compared to what was. But unlike the parent who posted before me, I see these changes as positive and ultimately will allow for more learning opportunities for my child. Let me explain:

In the past Trinity had a caring and professional staff, but it was void of any real diversity. The current staff is also caring and professional and I would add this year, for the first time, Trinity has introduced a more diverse experience for the children. The teachers at Trinity are different in many ways. So for my child, I look forward to the opportunity to explain that people are different (skin color, hair style, height, weight, piercings, tattoos etc.) and we can talk about the fact that God has created us unique, different and all still a part of God??s family. Something I WOULD expect of a parochial preschool. And this is naturally the age in which children begin to identify differences. So why shelter them from it and discourage their natural interest when they are already asking the questions? Check it out yourself:
http://www.advocatesforyouth.org/parents/0_3.htm
http://www.pbs.org/kcts/preciouschildren/diversity/read_activities.html

And as a Christian, don??t be misled by those who use the Bible and quote Leviticus 19:28 as an example against piercings and tattoos. Read within the context of the book and chapter, you will see that these are the old laws of the Jewish culture in which they attempted to earn God??s favor by not breaking the ??laws? (laws created by them, not God). And as a Christian, we must also understand we can??t earn God??s favor, but it is a gift through Jesus. And secondly, these practices of cutting and tattoos were done ??for the dead? which is an important contextual point to be considered with this verse. It is clearly not against God??s law to tattoo or mark the body.

If this school is no longer a fit for them, so be it. But it is frustrating when people will try to slander an organization or its people out of fear of the unknown, broken relationships or maybe it is out of ignorance. The bottom line for me is that Trinity remains to be a caring and accepting place where my child can learn from a diverse staff that genuinely loves and cares for their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. You will not find a better place to have your child begin their journey in this life.

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★★★★★

I am a current parent of Trinity Preschool and I also had another child attend Trinity a few years ago. So I have also seen the changes over the past year compared to what was. But unlike the parent who posted before me, I see these changes as positive and ultimately will allow for more learning opportunities for my child. Let me explain:

In the past Trinity had a caring and professional staff, but it was void of any real diversity. The current staff is also caring and professional and I would add this year, for the first time, Trinity has introduced a more diverse experience for the children. The teachers at Trinity are different in many ways. So for my child, I look forward to the opportunity to explain that people are different (skin color, hair style, height, weight, piercings, tattoos etc.) and we can talk about the fact that God has created us unique, different and all still a part of God??s family. Something I WOULD expect of a parochial preschool. And this is naturally the age in which children begin to identify differences. So why shelter them from it and discourage their natural interest when they are already asking the questions? Check it out yourself:
http://www.advocatesforyouth.org/parents/0_3.htm
http://www.pbs.org/kcts/preciouschildren/diversity/read_activities.html

And as a Christian, don??t be misled by those who use the Bible and quote Leviticus 19:28 as an example against piercings and tattoos. Read within the context of the book and chapter, you will see that these are the old laws of the Jewish culture in which they attempted to earn God??s favor by not breaking the ??laws? (laws created by them, not God). And as a Christian, we must also understand we can??t earn God??s favor, but it is a gift through Jesus. And secondly, these practices of cutting and tattoos were done ??for the dead? which is an important contextual point to be considered with this verse. It is clearly not against God??s law to tattoo or mark the body.

If this school is no longer a fit for them, so be it. But it is frustrating when people will try to slander an organization or its people out of fear of the unknown, broken relationships or maybe it is out of ignorance. The bottom line for me is that Trinity remains to be a caring and accepting place where my child can learn from a diverse staff that genuinely loves and cares for their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. You will not find a better place to have your child begin their journey in this life.

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We sent our child to Trinity for the last 2 years and couldn't have been more pleased. But in early 2007 the Pastor had a power struggle with the Preschool administration which resulted in half the teachers leaving. They've now brought in new teachers some of whom have multiple upper body tattoos, and multiple facial piercings. Not exactly what we were looking for in a parochial preschool -- we were hoping to not have to discuss tongue-rings with our 4-year-old. We'll be voting with our feet and choosing another school for our second child.

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We sent our child to Trinity for the last 2 years and couldn't have been more pleased. But in early 2007 the Pastor had a power struggle with the Preschool administration which resulted in half the teachers leaving. They've now brought in new teachers some of whom have multiple upper body tattoos, and multiple facial piercings. Not exactly what we were looking for in a parochial preschool -- we were hoping to not have to discuss tongue-rings with our 4-year-old. We'll be voting with our feet and choosing another school for our second child.

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