held its "Christmas Gift Chapel" this week, globally helping those in need.
During the event, the students from grades pre-kindergarten through eighth presented their gifts for their sponsored charities.
Students, faculty and families also joined together to sing and to speak about helping others.
"My second-grader raised money for MP3 players with the recorded Bible for servicemen," said Dorothy Murdock, who also has a fifth-grader attending Trinity Oaks.
"My fifth-grader helped provide washable, clean blankets to homeless men and women at Pacific Garden Mission," she said.
"For me, this is one of my favorite events we do here at Trinity Oaks," said Dr. Wrobbel, the head of school.
Dr. Wrobbel orchestrated the Christmas Gift Chapel with the teachers. Together everyone raised $2,363 for gifts and funds to help various charities both locally and globally.
"It's a tradition," said Admissions Director Susie Noe.