Trinity Hall Community Hosts Meet-and-Greets for Incoming Freshmen

As the Class of 2026 prepares for the beginning of their first year at Trinity Hall, the Parents Association helped make the transition a little bit easier. This summer, the Parents Association and the Trinity Hall community invited incoming freshmen to “meet-and-greet” events. Eight generous current families from different areas around Monmouth County offered to host incoming freshman families at their houses for a night of fun and socializing. Returning Trinity Hall students joined in to assist with the events and brought their expertise for any questions from the incoming freshmen.
Five meet-and-greet events have occurred over the past two weeks, with three more happening in the coming weeks. The meet-and-greets have been successful, as new students have been able to get to know their future classmates, exchange information, and bond while playing games such as cornhole and UNO. Thank you to the Parents Association for creating this program and allowing the Class of 2026 to get to know each other before the first day of school! Thank you to the Trinity Hall community for hosting and welcoming new community members with open arms!
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