Parent Info

Nurse's Office Resources

List of 3 items.

  • When to Keep Your Student Home (Sick Policy)

    If your student has the following symptoms, please do not send them to school:
    • Temperature 100 or greater, student should be fever free without fever reducing medications (Tylenol, Advil) for 24 hours before returning to school.
    • Vomiting/Diarrhea within the previous 24 hours
    • Pink eye/conjunctivitis while symptomatic (redness, itchy eye, drainage) or until 24 hours of antibiotic treatment.
    • Strep throat while symptomatic ( sore throat, redness, possible fever, nausea, headache) or until 24 hours of antibiotic treatment.
    • Flu-like symptoms (fever, cough, fatigue, headache, chills, body aches)
    • Undiagnosed rash or open lesions on the skin.
    • Notify attendance if your student is absent due to illness or communicable disease (such as influenza, strep throat, pink eye)
    Attendance Hotline: (804) 327-3119

  • Responding to COVID-19 Symptoms and/or Exposure


    SYMPTOMATIC: remain home. Undergo testing and/or reach out to a healthcare provider.
    POSITIVE TEST: stay home for 5 days. Day 0 is the day symptoms began. May return to school on Day 6 if asymptomatic or symptoms are resolving and have been fever free for 24 hrs without fever reducing medication. Day 6 through Day 10 wear a mask while indoors. 

    EXPOSURE: (regardless of vaccination status) Quarantine is no longer recommended for K-12 schools. As long as they remain asymptomatic, students can continue to attend school. Individuals may mask indoors around others for 10 days after exposure if they choose and consider testing 5 days after an exposure (or sooner, if symptomatic).

    Resources from the Virginia Department of Health
  • Nurse’s Office Contact Info

    Suzanne Winefordner, R.N.


Attendance Hotline:  (804) 327-3119

Please leave a message on the Attendance Hotline prior to 8:15 a.m. which includes the student’s name and expected arrival/departure time.  Sick days can also be reported on this line.  Once you have left a verbal message, a written note isn’t expected.  After 8:15 a.m., please contact the main office at (804) 272-5864.

You may also contact Trinity's attendance coordinators:

Accessing Website Resources

All parents, students and faculty are given login credentials to this website at the beginning of the school year (no later than Back to School Night for new parents).

Benefits of logging in:
  • Faculty, Student and Parent directories, including a map view to help with carpool planning.
  • Resource Boards consolidating important links, policies and procedures, along with direct links to individual teacher pages.
If you are unable to login successfully, please contact the school registrar, Margaret Olander, at or (804) 327-3145.


In addition to this website, Trinity also uses a separate web- and app-based system called PowerSchool to manage student academic records, schedules and grades. This is also where parents can access, complete and update their MagnusHealth online student medical records.

Parents and students may login to PowerSchool accounts here, or under the “LOGIN” dropdown menu at the top-right corner of each web page.

To download the mobile app, visit:

Parent eNews

How do you keep up with the happenings at Trinity? In addition to the "Calendar Announcements" box on the News Room page, Trinity sends out a Parent eNews every third week via email. This triweekly eNews provides a snapshot of details for upcoming events and programs, deadline reminders and links to resources for parents.
To make sure the eNews does not end up in your spam folder, please add to your address book.

If you are not receiving these emails, please contact the school registrar, Margaret Olander at or (804) 327-3145.

Purchasing Textbooks

The Trinity Parents Association sponsors a Used Textbook Sale in late summer. A portion of the proceeds goes directly to supporting school needs.

You may purchase both new and used books online through the MBS Direct online bookstore. 
  1. Visit
  2. Select Order Your Materials from the menu in the upper right

  3. Check your course(s)

  4. Scroll down to the bottom and click View Your Materials
If you have questions about the online bookstore, please contact

Trinity Parents Association

As a Trinity parent, you are automatically a member of the Trinity Parents Association, a large and active group that organizes volunteer opportunities to support the school and its mission. To learn more — or to sign up to volunteer — visit

Faculty Class Sponsors

Sarah McDermott, Charlotte Morris, Diane Monaco

Betsy Reid, Grace Parker

Brian Griffen, Louis Ferro

Ned Trice, Nadia Hassan

Alicia Raymond

Closings and Delays

In the event that Trinity must close early, open late or cancel a school day entirely, an alert message will be posted to this site. Trinity will also contact all families via text message and/or phone call through the Ruvna emergency alert system. Parents who do not receive these alerts should please contact the Main Office at (804) 272-5864.

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