A night at Trinity Hall!

Most students want to spend less time at school, but our students asked to spend more. On Friday, March 28, our students came to school with their sleeping bags and spent the night here for our first lock-in. Faculty members chaperoned the fun event, which included dinner, games, a viewing of the film “Frozen,” a little bit of sleep, and breakfast in the morning. “I had so much fun at the lock-in because we all came together to spend quality time together,” said student Chloe Toole. “It was a nice way to take a break from educational retreats and have a social event.” 

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