As part of their study of medieval culture and history, the fourth and seventh grade classes celebrated Medieval Day last Wednesday.  The students dressed as ladies and knights of the period and mimicked life in Old Europe.  The cold weather couldn’t subdue the excitement for the many medieval activities such as chopping wood, making bread, candles, and butter. They also enjoyed embroidering, archery, and sword fighting. Highlights of the day included the “knighting” of our young fourth grade boys and a jousting competition.  Students feasted with the king and queen on food characteristic of the time, and ended the day with lessons in Gregorian Chants. Thank you to the many hands that made this day a Trinitas favorite!