Volume 18 • Summer 2011 My Trinity Journey Editor’s note: On June 8, Trinity held its eighth commencement ceremony. This year’s class consisted of 43 students. We hope you enjoy reading their Trinity Journeys below and on our Web site, www.tescharlotte.org. Brianna Jenkins, ‘11 T rinity has been a big part of my life for the past five years. For me, it has been a roll- ercoaster; there were tough times as well as It was life changing! I loved the people and the culture of Nicaragua. Also, I loved being recognized on the honor roll for the first time great times. The one thing I loved about Trin- in seventh grade. I made friends for a lifetime ity is that there was always something new and at Trinity, and I know we will all stay in touch exciting to look forward to. when we are in high school. I came to Trinity in the fourth grade. It was One person that has changed my life forever a very different environment than I was used is Father Smokey! He has been like a second to. I found that Trinity was like a big fam- father to me. I got to know the fun side of ily and was different from the schools that I him in Nicaragua. He has always encouraged came from. I was scared that everyone would me to be a great scholar, leader and to do well already have their friends and cliques and that wherever I go. I respect and admire Father I wouldn’t fit in. I liked that even though I Smokey, and I hope when we meet again, he was not there from kindergarten, the other will see what his hard work and nurturing students made me feel like I had been there all has produced. along. I will miss walking to ImaginOn with my best friends, side-by-side with me. FourthThe past few years at Trinity have taught me a few things. I learned the grade was one of my favorite years at Trinity, Brianna Jenkins I will always remember it. wonderful language of Spanish and to (top) and Mills Whiting are appreciate the culture. I have experi- members of Middle school was the best thing that hap- enced things that have made me step Trinity’s Class of pened to me at Trinity! We had Without Walls outside of my comfort zone. I have 2011. Week (WOW) in middle school, lockers, got learned that it is alright to be different Brianna will attend to change classes and it was great. One of and still get along with people. And Hopewell High the best experiences for me was going to most of all, I learned the Trinity Way. School and Mills will Nicaragua in seventh grade for WOW week. head to The McCallie School in Tennessee in the fall. Mills Whiting, ‘11 I came to Trinity in fifth grade from Elizabeth Tra- ditional Elementary School. I thought possible and was a little nervous about Middle School. In Middle School you knew everybody and it all seemed like a big family. Even the grade began. It was a great feeling knowing that you were the top dogs in school and in stone that I was going to the public high school near my house. But then Father I wasn’t too happy to leave new kids that year were im- you were the kids that every- Smokey mentioned a board- but my parents wanted to try I entered sixth grade and mediately welcomed into the one looked up to. ing school fair. The more something new and sent me found my locker and my community. I ended sixth I thought about boarding to Trinity for middle school. friends from the year before. grade knowing that I had Everyone started looking at schools, the more I wanted I left ETES with Ran Minter, Before long it seemed as made the right choice coming high schools and wonder- to go. my longtime friend from though I knew everyone in here. ing where they were going kindergarten, and we met the grade instead of just ev- to go. It was pretty much set (continued on page 4) again at Trinity on the first eryone in the class. In Lower Seventh grade started day of school. I felt like I was School I knew some of the and again, all of the welcomed right into the com- munity from the first day. other class but only from lunch and recess. new kids were wel- comed. Seventh grade In this issue... ended and eighth I remember that Finn Pol- > Begin with the End in Mind The Rev. Dr. Louis “Smokey” Oats lock, Michael Ruth, Ran and I were immediate friends on the first day. I ended that year > A Love Letter Heather Hill with many more friends than > Commencement & Post-Trinity Creating Scholars, Nurturing Spirituality and Embracing Diversity School Choices in Charlotte’s Center City > Insert: 2010-11 Volunteers & Donors The TriniTy Voice Volume 18 • Summer 2011 Begin with the A Love Letter End in Mind The Rev. Dr. Louis “Smokey” Oats, Founding Head of School 1999-2011 Adds Beauty to a Yearlong Celebration Heather Hill, TES Parent My staff and I have spent a lot of time the and “a quest for knowledge driven more by last three months talking about a desire for understanding and possibility Trinity’s 10th anniversary celebratory year kicked off what a Trinity graduate than grade point or mere completion of an in September with the Founders’ Day Chapel service, should look like – what assignment.” (Scholar) We signal our delight Trustees Roundtable and Family Picnic. The fun continued a graduate should in “the student among us who has most in October when, following the All Saints Chapel service, know, be able to do graciously applied his/her spiritual, servant the entire school walked to Alexander Park for a day and be. It’s been a and creative gifts toward a greater good in of service and a ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly most worthwhile the example of our Lord … and connects renovated Alexander Street Park. The Lessons and Carols endeavor, one faith to action.” (Spirituality) We call out “the Chapel service in December and the annual Grandfriends’ which I wish we’d student who… lives out an ethic of respect Day in May were also highlights of the year. But the done when we were for and celebration of differences, daringly, celebration came to a climactic finish at this year’s Arts starting this School. rightly and intentionally building bridges Festival with the unveiling of A Love Letter. Located in the To begin with the end that enrich and strengthen the fabric of our Dickson Dining Hall, A Love Letter is a 10th anniversary in mind is sage advice, tried community.” (Diversity) commemorative artwork and the vision and creation of and true. Trinity’s founding Art teacher ...a quest for Jen Rankey. Not surprisingly, our discussions have been robust. Serving a mission that calls knowledge driven more by Pictured below: The Mosaic tiles run along the beam and the two columns in Dickson Dining Hall. us to create scholars, nurture spirituality a desire for understanding and embrace diversity necessarily conjures and possibility than up a wide variety of possible bullet points in support of each tenet, each with its grade point or mere particular nuances and shades of meaning, completion... each with its particular advocate, each read through the lenses of a particular Maybe we’re over-thinking this Portrait of life experience, each worded according a Trinity Graduate project. Maybe there’s to a particular vocabulary springing from more consensus than we realize. Maybe we Ms. Rankey says she was thrilled and honored to be given a particular mindset. Trying to arrive at just need to keep doing what we’ve always free reign over the project, even though initially she had no consensus, given the high quality and strong done – help children to grow fully into idea how her vision would become a reality. wills of the professional wordsmiths in this themselves as learners and as citizens of building, really has been quite interesting. heaven and earth. Maybe we need to leave “I’m obsessed with trees, and I’ve always thought of a the details to God. Given the track record tree as a good metaphor for Trinity,” Rankey says. Clay Somewhere late in the conversations, we of our graduates in their schools of choice is her preferred artistic medium, so A Love Letter is a tree realized that, in crafting a Portrait of a after leaving Trinity, our graduates are clearly composed entirely of handmade mosaic tiles created Trinity Graduate, we very well may have recognizable and an awful lot of folks like throughout the school year. The piece incorporates two “already been there and done that.” At the what they see. structural pillars in Dickson Dining Hall as the tree trunk, Commencement exercise that officially with 15 panels of branches and leaves extending out across launches our latest graduates into the world, Fr. Smokey Oats’ journey continues as he prepares the top. The trunk symbolizes the “foundation” of the recognition is given to the eighth-graders to serve the St. James Episcopal School community in school – with tiles made by alumni, parents of alumni, who best represent Trinity ideals around Corpus Christi, TX, as their interim head of school. trustees, board members and teachers. The branches our mission. In this moment we speak of above are inscribed with the names of all Trinity graduates, “equal doses of tenacity and joy” in learning Trinity’s new head of school, Tom Franz begins July 1. intentionally placed as the support system for the green leaves, which represent and were crafted by current Grandfriends’ Day 2011 students. The students inscribed the leaves with their own messages, quotes, symbols or names, giving even greater meaning to this life-sized symbol of Trinity. This year, our guest speaker was Ted Rast, a founding and current member of Trin- ity’s Board of Trustees. Mr. Rast talked to more than 300 Trinity grandparents and Jen notes that A Love Letter is unfinished by design. As with friends about the Trinity Way and what makes TES unique. To read Ted Rast’s notes real trees, it will continue to grow every year, eventually from that Chapel service, please visit to the Current Students page of our Web site, extending across the dining hall and out into the halls as www.tescharlotte.org. new leaves and vines are added by future generations of TES students. Mounted directly onto the school walls, A Love Letter will be an enduring reminder of the strength, beauty and grace of Trinity’s mission for students and the community at large. The TriniTy Voice Volume 18 • Summer 2011 Class of 2011 High School Choices Dani Brown† Providence Day School Remy Laughlin† Myers Park High School Emma Brown Providence Day School Morgan Levy† Charlotte Latin School Gilbert Browne Myers Park High School Julianne Mata Charlotte Catholic High School James Cobb Charlotte Christian High School Abbe McCarter Charlotte Latin School Lauren Crotty† Myers Park High School Madie Mercer† Myers Park High School Abby Davenport Providence Day School Bobby Miller† St. Andrew’s School, Delaware Olivia DiNome Charlotte Country Day School Ran Minter Myers Park High School Jordan Eley Mallard Creek High School Finn Pollock† Charlotte Country Day School Teddy Garner† Charlotte Country Day School Daniela Prado Myers Park High School Catherine Gill† Charlotte Latin School Michael Ruth East Mecklenburg High School Caroline Hall East Mecklenburg High School Charlie Salzer Charlotte Catholic High School Katie Heffner Providence Day School Mary Hunter Shaver Myers Park High School Chris Hinson Myers Park High School Cate Slaven Myers Park High School Alex Hull Davidson Day School Kenya Smith† Davidson Day School Parker Hyland† Christ School, North Carolina Hannah Taylor Cannon School Brianna Jenkins Hopewell High School Jordan Wallace† Cannon School Merritt Johnson† Myers Park High School Adam Watts† Charlotte Latin School Sylvia Johnston Myers Park High School Mills Whiting McCallie School, Tennessee Cameron Jones† Providence Day School Christian Wiemer† The Masters School, New York Eliza Joyner† Charlotte Country Day School Matt Williams Charlotte Country Day School Rahab Karout Chatham Hall, Virginia Ross Winston Woodberry Forest School, Virginia Hayes Laporte Christ School, North Carolina † Lifer Student Following Our Alumni... Class of 2007 College Choices Ben Barnes Hampden-Sydney College, Virginia Sarah Handy Appalachian State University Frances Belk Sewanee: The University of the South, Tennessee Tyler Hearn University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Tasia Bennett Gaston College Claudia Heath Undecided Anslee Boozer Furman University, South Carolina Sophia Heck North Carolina State University Lucy Boswell Davidson College Marshall Jackson College of Charleston, South Carolina John Bowman Duke University Tevin Johnson Undecided Martha-kylah Bradley Central Piedmont Community College Ted Langton Undecided Dale Brown Winston Salem State University Ben Leach Appalachian State University Morgan Carnes Occidental College, California Hugh Long Pepperdine University, California Joseph Cato Undecided Italia Marr University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Peter Conway Wake Forest University Scotty McCray Undecided Elizabeth Dalrymple Wake Forest University Ginny McMillian Emerson College, Massachusetts Meredith Dougherty Undecided Ryan Mercer University of Georgia, Georgia Jackson Eubank Wake Forest University Juel Niamien-Parchment Undecided Matthias Farley University of Notre Dame, Indiana Joan Palumbo University of North Carolina - Greensboro William Floyd University of South Carolina, South Carolina Patrick Rankowitz Furman University, South Carolina Ellie Good Appalachian State University David Restaino St. Andrews College, Scotland John Grainger University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Tony Restaino University of Chicago, Illinois Haley Gray Furman University, South Carolina Kwadwo Woods-Lokken Hamilton College, New York Andrew Hall Duke University 2010-11 BoArD oF TruSTeeS The Trinity Voice is a publication of Contact the Advancement and Communications Office Robert J. Miller Chair Trinity Episcopal School for more information or to update mailing information. Elizabeth G. Hobbs Secretary 750 E. 9th Street Trinity Episcopal School admits students of any race, color, religion, national Victor E. Williams Treasurer Charlotte, NC 28202-3102 and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally Pamela B. Johnson Parents’ Assoc. Telephone 704. 358. 8101 accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on President Facsimile 704. 358. 9908 the basis of race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and Albert P. Lindemann Past Chair www.tescharlotte.org athletic and other school-administered programs. Rev. Dr. Smokey Oats Head of School Robert R. Anders Jr. Catherine B. Browning My Trinity Journey continued... Ann Blakeney Clark Sandra D. Dalrymple Mills Whiting, ‘11 Mary Anne Dickson I convinced my parents to take me to the board- I ended up getting scholarships to both schools and in Sarah Belk Gambrell ing school fair and I was hooked. I looked at the end picked McCallie as the school of my choice. Elizabeth A. Hardin I was so excited that I was going away to school. I William H. Joyner Christchurch School, Woodberry Forest, Episcopal David C. Keesler High School, Christ School and McCallie. couldn’t believe that this School that I had only been Anna S. Nelson at for four years had already influenced my life. John G. Norman I ended up applying to Christchurch School, Christ Ashley S. Pollock School and McCallie. I had visited all of them and While on the eighth-grade trip in Washington DC we S. Woods Potts loved McCallie and Christchurch. When I was look- had an emotional chapel service that made all of us T. Edmund Rast Trustee Emeritus ing at the McCallie web site I saw a link for an honors reflect on the good times we have had together. As Stoney D. Sellars scholarship. graduation approaches I keep thinking about the great Nicholson B. White friends I made at Trinity and I realize how much I I checked it out and sent in an application to McCallie owe to this School for providing me with such a great The TriniTy Voice commiTTee and Christ School for the honors scholarships there. experience and so many opportunities. Elizabeth Bridges Parent I was accepted to both and drove up to both schools Leslie Culbertson Parent for the scholarship weekend. I had a great time and Portia Eley Parent couldn’t wait for that phone call. Jamie Kiser Parent Heather Hill Parent Paige Johnston Parent Jessica Masanotti Staff Vanessa Shelton Stolen Staff Trinity students and teachers say their goodbyes on the last day of school. upcoming NONprOFiT Org. events US pOSTAgE PAID pErmiT # 3554 Summer clothes closet ChArlOTTE, NC & Book Sale 750 E. 9th Street Wednesday, July 13, 3-6pm Charlotte, NC 28202-3102 Telephone 704. 358. 8101 Parent hoops night Facsimile 704. 358. 9908 www.tescharlotte.org w/Tom Franz Thursday, August 11, Address Correction requested 5:30-7:30pm Wildcat round-up Monday, August 15, 4:30-7pm First Day of School Wednesday, August 17, 8am Parents’ coffee w/Tom Franz Tuesday, August 23, Thursday, August 25 and Thursday, September 1, 7:45-8:30am Parents’ Afternoon Tea w/Tom Franz Wednesday, August 24 and Wednesday, August 31, 2:15-2:45pm chapel: installation of Tom Franz Friday, September 23, 8am *Reception to Follow in Jamie’s Courtyard Creating Scholars, Nurturing Spirituality and Embracing Diversity in Charlotte’s Center City Many Hands, Many Hearts at work for TES Katherine Addison Elizabeth Damesek Dartinia Hull Jennifer Naddell Mimi Shimiles Sharon Ambrose Josh Damesek Naporscha Hunter Michelle Nebrig Susan Shimp Bob Anders Tracy Davenport Daniel Jacobs Anna Nelson Susan Smith Debora Arnold Carolina Descalzi Lynn Jacobs Tom Nelson J.T. 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Meckley Mr. & Mrs. Robert Schleusner Bomray Medical Clinic Mr. & Mrs. Walter Clark Jennie & Greg Harper Alejandro Medrano Jim & Doris Schmitz Charlotte Chapter of Drifters Inc, Kim & Jack Cobb Ms. Myque Harris Mr. & Mrs. Richard Megorden Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Schoenhoff Scholarship Account Mr. & Mrs. James Orr Cobb Ms. Mary Harrisonranson Mr. & Mrs. Scott Mercer Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Schrader Christ Episcopal Church Mr. & Mrs. Alberto Coello Mr. & Mrs. John Hasner Laurie & Gary Mesibov Mr. & Mrs. Frank Schrimsher Clariant Matching Gifts Program Amy & Phil Colaco Arlena Hawthorne Mesibov Family Mr. & Mrs. Scott Schrimsher Compass Group Dr. Debby Coles Mr. & Mrs. Steve Heffner Mr. & Mrs. Albert Meurer Mr. & Mrs. Stoney Sellars Fidelity Foundation Matching Gifts Dr. Amy Boardman Mr. & Mrs. William Heisel Mr. & Mrs. G. Wilson Miller Mr. & Mrs. R. Daniel Sellers III High Temperature Technologies, Inc & Dr. Robert P. Collins Mr. & Mrs. Rick Hendrick Krista & Robert Miller Mary Ann Shapard Mecklenburg Ministries Barbara & Tim Comin Mr. & Mrs. Ralph T. Hester Patty & Bill Miller Mr. & Mrs. Martin Shelley Minor Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Shannon Cooper Mr. & Mrs. Giorgio Hiatt Sally & Bob Miller Mrs. Margaret Shelton MMC Matching Gifts Program Sara & Woody Cooper Higbea Family Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Milton Dr. & Mrs. Terence Shimp Premier, Inc Maureen Cox Heather & David Hill Mr. & Mrs. Hardin Minor Susan & John Shimp The C D Spangler Foundation Kristen & Craig Cox Sylvia A. Hines Mr. & Mrs. Randy Minter Mr. & Mrs. David Sinclair The Dickson Foundation Dr. Martha Groblewski Lynn & Bobby Hinson Mr. & Mrs. John Morris Mr. & Mrs. Roy L. Smart The Dowd Foundation & Mr. Harry Creemers Beth & Bill Hobbs Mr. & Mrs. Jon Morris Maureen Smith The Gambrell Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Crotty Elizabeth H. Hobbs Virginia Morrow Mr. & Mrs. John T. Smith Wells Fargo Community Support Marilyn & Garrett Crotty Dr. & Mrs. William A. Hobbs Jr. Gay Moss Mr. & Mrs. Grady Smith Campaign Leslie & John Culbertson Ms. Bridget Hodge Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Murphy Mr. Alfredo Solis Wells Fargo Matching Gifts Program Peggy & Bob Culbertson Mr. Carl Hohnbaum Mr. & Mrs. William C. Murphy Mr. & Mrs. Jason Solomon Mr. Glenn Dahlen Katherine & Cory Hohnbaum Katie Oates & Dan Murrey Ms. Milenia Soto *This list reflects gifts received by June 20, 2011 Mr. & Mrs. Edwin A. Dalrymple Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Holtz Mr. & Mrs. Jason Naddell Mr. & Mrs. C.D. Spangler, Jr. to Annual Fund, Faculty Enrichment/Angel Drs. Elizabeth & Joshua Damesek Dr. & Mrs. Hunter A. Hoover Mr. & Mrs. Fred Nebrig Mr. & Mrs. Terry Spell Funds and the Oats-Langley Scholarship Fund. Helen M. Damon Mr. & Mrs. William D. Hoover Mr. & Mrs. Mark Nebrig Mr. & Mrs. James Spellings In compiling our lists of donors, we have strived to Joan & Bill Daniels Mr. & Mrs. Larry Houpe Anna & Tom Nelson Mr. & Mrs. Richard Stack be as accurate as possible. Please accept our sincere Anne & Allison Davant Mr. & Mrs. Troy Hull Goretti Niyongabo & Patrice Nibasumba Mr. & Mrs. Graham Stevens apologies for any inadvertent omissions.
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