An end-of-the-year program was a regular feature of the final weeks of school at Trinity Lutheran School for over two decades and has returned after a hiatus of a couple of years. The program was held in the Trinity Lutheran Church basement, but has been conducted at St. Margaret’s Catholic School Gymnasium, and outdoors in prior years.
Trinity Lutheran School offers music instruction as part of their Classical Education curriculum from the pre-school age 3 class to the eighth grade.
Trinity elementary students sing in chapel, and as part of their regular instruction. As students advance they learn to play hand chimes, handbells and begin playing traditional instruments in fifth grade.
The Trinity Middle School band has instruction in woodwinds, brass, and percussion.
Trinity students regularly perform at community functions, at senior centers, assisted living centers, and local businesses.
They play instrumental and choir Christmas music and most of them move on after eighth grade to local high school music programs.
The program had two performances to accommodate the audience in the small facility,
A final performance on Wednesday at the Riverton Senior Center.
For the final song, “Wellerman” the entire Pre-3 to 8th grade student body performed.