Mother and Son Dinner Dance
Breakfast in the classroom is a great way to start your day at Trinity Environmental Academy! Thanks to Action for Healthy Kids for their award of a $2,500 grant to TriEA to make it happen!
Excited teachers and nervous scholars (and parents) make their way to new classrooms and new adventures. The 2015/16 school year is about to be underway!
Day 3 was a wonderful day of learning and sharing stories at Trinity Environmental Academy! Mr. Dumas and Mrs. Kodzis are determined to make learning fun!
Our 6th grade English class out with Mrs. Shanks doing initial observations and inferences for an upcoming lesson. Children and nature go together—Recent studies document the importance of introducing children to the natural world, beginning in the early years. Their social, emotional, and physical health depends on this exposure to develop. Humans are hardwired…Details
DALLAS—Trinity Environmental Academy opened its doors in August, 2015 to students who will receive a comprehensive, environmentally focused education utilizing the Great Trinity Forest as a learning laboratory. “It was a joy to see scholars engaging with our innovative instructional model and embracing a school year full of environmental education,” said Jennifer Hoag, Chief Academic…Details
This morning, each of our 6th grade sections started their formal “Circle Talk” sessions as a part of our Restorative Practices model. This model is a framework for building community and for responding to behavior through authentic dialogue, coming to understanding, and making things right within the school community. Using these methods consistently will help to…Details
From KERA.org – Tour A Texas First: Environmental Charter School At Paul Quinn College On Tuesdays, our American Graduate Project explores the journey from childhood to graduation. Today, we head to the edge of the Great Trinity Forest, in southern Dallas, where a new environmental charter school has opened on the campus of Paul Quinn College.…Details