TrinityRocks https://www.trinityrocks.com Trinity High School Fri, 01 Nov 2019 17:29:36 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.2.4 163033254 Daily Announcements for Monday, November 4, 2019 https://www.trinityrocks.com/news/daily-announcements-for-monday-november-4-2019/ Fri, 01 Nov 2019 17:29:36 +0000 http://www.trinityrocks.com/?p=23564 Office News: Congratulations to the 288 students on Principal’s List and the 823 students that made Honor Roll for the 1st quarter!!!! Bring in $1 dollar on Thursday, November 7 for a dress down day benefitting Active Heroes and the support of military and veterans. Attention Seniors !  Have you had your Senior Picture taken […]

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Office News:

Congratulations to the 288 students on Principal’s List and the 823 students that made Honor Roll for the 1st quarter!!!!

Bring in $1 dollar on Thursday, November 7 for a dress down day benefitting Active Heroes and the support of military and veterans.

Attention Seniors !  Have you had your Senior Picture taken at Signature Studios.  Time is running out.  Contact Signature Studios today to make an appointment.

TEAM MASS SCHEDULE – NOVEMBER 2019

DAILY MASS @ 7:20 AM IN TRINITY CHAPEL

TODAY, NOVEMBER 4   –     ARCHERY TEAM

TOMORROW, NOVEMBER 5   –     BARBELL TEAM

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7 –    BASKETBALL TEAM

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8      –      BOWLING TEAM

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 –      CROSS COUNTRY TEAM

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14 –   FOOTBALL TEAM

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15     –     GOLF TEAM

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18   –    ICE HOCKEY TEAM

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19   –    SOCCER TEAM

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 –   WRESTLING TEAM

All Seniors who are going on Senior retreat #3: there is a mandatory meeting on Thursday, Nov. 7, at 2:50, right after the senior dismissal bell, in the Chapel. This meeting will only last about 10 minutes and will tell you what to pack and other details for retreat. If you cannot attend, check your school email or see Mrs. Emrich in Campus Ministry for details. Again, there is a meeting Thursday in the Chapel for all seniors going on retreat.

Attention Trinity Seniors! Trinity High School is planning its annual pilgrimage as a part of the March for Life in Washington D.C. The charter bus will leave THS on Wednesday evening, January 22nd and return Saturday morning, January 25th. We will participate in the March for Life, Youth Mass and Rally and have the opportunity to visit several museums. The cost of the trip is $175.00. For more information and signups, see Mrs. McGuire in S151 before the end of the week. There are only 10 spots left.

Tickets for The Three Musketeers can be purchased online at www.trinitydota.com. They are $15 for adults and $13 for students/seniors. See Mrs. Durbin in academic services for one $10 student ticket before and after school or during lunches.

You are encouraged to sign up to donate blood at our annual Fall Red Cross blood drive on Wednesday, November 6 in Shamrock Hall Gym. That’s a White day. You get to miss class for an hour or so – but the actual blood draw time is usually only about 10 minutes. You get snacks!!

MORE IMPORTANTLY – you get to help save lives – up to 3 lives can be helped or even saved with 1 pint of blood!! We’re talking about accident victims…….people with cancer…….kids with leukemia……..people who have to have surgery…. So, if you are thinking “I want to do this!!”  here’s what you need to know. You must be at least 16 years old to donate blood. If you are 16 years old, you need your parents’ permission – There’s a special FORM your parents will have to sign and you must return it to Mrs. Mason or bring it on the day of the drive – (No Form – No Donation) If you are 17 or older – you don’t need the permission form – but you should probably tell your parents what a great thing you are doing! By the way – your parents, siblings, relatives and friends can come donate as well!  Spread the word and the information! We will be holding sign-ups during lunches, but if you want to sign up early, you can see Mrs. Mason or use the Red Cross online appointment maker…at redcrossblood.org.  Under FIND A DRIVE type in “TrinityHS” or 40207 and scroll down to November 6.

THANKS – AND SEE YOU AT THE BLOOD DRIVE!

Junior Retreat days continue next week! On your retreat day, report to the cafeteria instead of 1st block. You can dress down in jeans, tennis shoes, and a Trinity shirt, and dress for the weather—part of the day will be outside. You’ll be off campus all day and lunch is included. Details will also be sent to your school email the day before your retreat.

TOMORROW, NOV. 5       Day – Ely

TUESDAY, NOV. 19      Engel – Furlong

Attention Trinity: Are you interested to have an intercultural experience with students from Argentina here at Trinity on February 2020 and to travel to Argentina in June? There is still time to join the Argentina Exchange Program. See Mr. Serrano’s room F241 for more information or serrano@trinityrocks.com

The Catholic Education Foundation is hosting an essay contest that could earn you $1000.

  • The theme of this year’s essay is “Catholic Schools – Learn, Live, Serve, Succeed”.

CEF is inviting ALL young Trinity authors to express how our Catholic schools have fulfilling these important roles.

  • The contest is open to all students in Catholic high schools throughout the Archdiocese of Louisville.

 

  • All entries should be printed and turned in to Betsy Darby in room S352.

 

  • Entries are due by Friday, November 15th. 

 

  • All submissions will be judged. One winning essay will be chosen from Trinity and submitted as part of the contest by the December 5th deadline.

 

  • Students should take advantage of Mitch Greenwell’s Writing Workshop for prewriting and editing help. The writing workshop is available Monday through Thursday from 3 to 3:30 in room F232.

 

  • Students may also work with Mr. Greenwell in advising.

 

  • Students should see Ms. Darby in S352 or Mr. Timmerberg in S356 if they have questions.

Mass or a communion service is offered in the chapel at 7:20 every morning before school.

Mr. Diehl will be selling books before school on Monday, Thursday and Friday and after school every day. If you need to purchase a book, please see him in the cafeteria by Academic Service during one of these times.

House News:

The House Video Game Tournament will take place on Thursday, November 14.

The second quarter House marquee events and contests will begin after Fall Break. The quarter will feature three marquee events and five contests.

Marquees will include the

  • Trinity Department of Theatre Arts production of The Three Musketeers now thru November 9

 

  • Varsity basketball game against Centerville on December 7

 

  • Trinity Department of Music Vocal and Jazz Band Winter Concerts on December 13 and 15.

Contests will feature:

  • Annual House Video Game Tournament on November 14.

 

  • Thanksgiving-themed Breakout Contest on November 25

 

  • Christmas TV and Movie Trivia Challenge on December 9.

 

  • Principal Challenge contest will also take place during the second quarter. Each House will design its own crest. These crests will be displayed on House banners as well as promotional materials for the House System.

Do your part to help your House win a spot in this year’s House Cup Playoffs. See your House Director or Adviser if you’d like to learn more about any of this quarter’s marquee events and contests.

Activities:

Trinity’s Robotics club meets every Monday after school in the Technology Center.  We have Lego Mindstorms and VEX equipment.  Come check us out.

The speech and debate team will start regular practices after school on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.  Anyone interested should see Ms. Z in F233 starting this week.   Have a conflict?   Contact Ms. Z for options.  For updates, sign up for the team remind by texting the message @sdrocks19 to the phone number 81010.

Athletics:

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Save The Dates – Trinity’s November Calendar https://www.trinityrocks.com/news/save-the-dates-trinitys-november-calendar/ Fri, 01 Nov 2019 12:36:31 +0000 http://www.trinityrocks.com/?p=23508 Please see the calendar below for upcoming events in the month of October. If you have any questions, please contact Academic Services. Joy Durbin – durbin@trinityrocks.com Mary Ann Snyder – snyder@trinityrocks.com

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Please see the calendar below for upcoming events in the month of October.

If you have any questions, please contact Academic Services.

Joy Durbin – durbin@trinityrocks.com

Mary Ann Snyder – snyder@trinityrocks.com

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Daily Announcements for Friday, November 1, 2019 https://www.trinityrocks.com/news/daily-announcements-for-friday-november-1-2019/ Thu, 31 Oct 2019 18:11:43 +0000 http://www.trinityrocks.com/?p=23506 Office News: Congratulations to the 288 students on Principal’s List and the 823 students that made Honor Roll for the 1st quarter!!!! Bring in $1 dollar on Thursday, November 7 for a dress down day benefitting Active Heroes and the support of military and veterans. Attention Seniors !  Have you had your Senior Picture taken […]

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Office News:

Congratulations to the 288 students on Principal’s List and the 823 students that made Honor Roll for the 1st quarter!!!!

Bring in $1 dollar on Thursday, November 7 for a dress down day benefitting Active Heroes and the support of military and veterans.

Attention Seniors !  Have you had your Senior Picture taken at Signature Studios.  Time is running out.  Contact Signature Studios today to make an appointment.

TEAM MASS SCHEDULE – NOVEMBER 2019

DAILY MASS @ 7:20 AM IN TRINITY CHAPEL

TODAY, NOVEMBER 1     –     SWIMMING TEAM

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4   –     ARCHERY TEAM

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5   –     BARBELL TEAM

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7 –    BASKETBALL TEAM

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8      –      BOWLING TEAM

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 –      CROSS COUNTRY TEAM

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14 –   FOOTBALL TEAM

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15     –     GOLF TEAM

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18   –    ICE HOCKEY TEAM

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19   –    SOCCER TEAM

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 –   WRESTLING TEAM

All Seniors who are going on Senior retreat #3: there is a mandatory meeting on Thursday, Nov. 7, at 2:50, right after the senior dismissal bell, in the Chapel. This meeting will only last about 10 minutes and will tell you what to pack and other details for retreat. If you cannot attend, check your school email or see Mrs. Emrich in Campus Ministry for details. Again, there is a meeting Thursday in the Chapel for all seniors going on retreat.

Attention Trinity Seniors! Trinity High School is planning its annual pilgrimage as a part of the March for Life in Washington D.C. The charter bus will leave THS on Wednesday evening, January 22nd and return Saturday morning, January 25th. We will participate in the March for Life, Youth Mass and Rally and have the opportunity to visit several museums. The cost of the trip is $175.00. For more information and signups, see Mrs. McGuire in S151 before the end of the week. There are only 10 spots left.

Tickets for The Three Musketeers can be purchased online at www.trinitydota.com. They are $15 for adults and $13 for students/seniors. See Mrs. Durbin in academic services for one $10 student ticket before and after school or during lunches.

You are encouraged to sign up to donate blood at our annual Fall Red Cross blood drive on Wednesday, November 6 in Shamrock Hall Gym. That’s a White day. You get to miss class for an hour or so – but the actual blood draw time is usually only about 10 minutes. You get snacks!!

MORE IMPORTANTLY – you get to help save lives – up to 3 lives can be helped or even saved with 1 pint of blood!! We’re talking about accident victims…….people with cancer…….kids with leukemia……..people who have to have surgery…. So, if you are thinking “I want to do this!!”  here’s what you need to know. You must be at least 16 years old to donate blood. If you are 16 years old, you need your parents’ permission – There’s a special FORM your parents will have to sign and you must return it to Mrs. Mason or bring it on the day of the drive – (No Form – No Donation) If you are 17 or older – you don’t need the permission form – but you should probably tell your parents what a great thing you are doing! By the way – your parents, siblings, relatives and friends can come donate as well!  Spread the word and the information! We will be holding sign-ups during lunches, but if you want to sign up early, you can see Mrs. Mason or use the Red Cross online appointment maker…at redcrossblood.org.  Under FIND A DRIVE type in “TrinityHS” or 40207 and scroll down to November 6.

THANKS – AND SEE YOU AT THE BLOOD DRIVE!

Junior Retreat days continue next week! On your retreat day, report to the cafeteria instead of 1st block. You can dress down in jeans, tennis shoes, and a Trinity shirt, and dress for the weather—part of the day will be outside. You’ll be off campus all day and lunch is included. Details will also be sent to your school email the day before your retreat.

TUESDAY, November 5       Day – Ely

All Saint’s Day Mass offered TODAY @ 7:20 a.m. and @ 2:15 p.m. in the chapel.

Attention Trinity: Are you interested to have an intercultural experience with students from Argentina here at Trinity on February 2020 and to travel to Argentina in June? There is still time to join the Argentina Exchange Program. See Mr. Serrano’s room F241 for more information or serrano@trinityrocks.com

The Catholic Education Foundation is hosting an essay contest that could earn you $1000.

  • The theme of this year’s essay is “Catholic Schools – Learn, Live, Serve, Succeed”.

CEF is inviting ALL young Trinity authors to express how our Catholic schools have fulfilling these important roles.

  • The contest is open to all students in Catholic high schools throughout the Archdiocese of Louisville.

 

  • All entries should be printed and turned in to Betsy Darby in room S352.

 

  • Entries are due by Friday, November 15th. 

 

  • All submissions will be judged. One winning essay will be chosen from Trinity and submitted as part of the contest by the December 5th deadline.

 

  • Students should take advantage of Mitch Greenwell’s Writing Workshop for prewriting and editing help. The writing workshop is available Monday through Thursday from 3 to 3:30 in room F232.

 

  • Students may also work with Mr. Greenwell in advising.

 

  • Students should see Ms. Darby in S352 or Mr. Timmerberg in S356 if they have questions.

Mass or a communion service is offered in the chapel at 7:20 every morning before school.

Mr. Diehl will be selling books before school on Monday, Thursday and Friday and after school every day. If you need to purchase a book, please see him in the cafeteria by Academic Service during one of these times.

House News:

The House Video Game Tournament will take place on Thursday, November 14.

The second quarter House marquee events and contests will begin after Fall Break. The quarter will feature three marquee events and five contests.

Marquees will include the

  • Trinity Department of Theatre Arts production of The Three Musketeers now thru November 9

 

  • Varsity basketball game against Centerville on December 7

 

  • Trinity Department of Music Vocal and Jazz Band Winter Concerts on December 13 and 15.

Contests will feature:

  • Annual House Video Game Tournament on November 14.

 

  • Thanksgiving-themed Breakout Contest on November 25

 

  • Christmas TV and Movie Trivia Challenge on December 9.

 

  • Principal Challenge contest will also take place during the second quarter. Each House will design its own crest. These crests will be displayed on House banners as well as promotional materials for the House System.

Do your part to help your House win a spot in this year’s House Cup Playoffs. See your House Director or Adviser if you’d like to learn more about any of this quarter’s marquee events and contests.

Activities:

The Green Cross Service Club is looking for some volunteers to help out with a tree planting project TOMORROW from 8AM until early afternoon.  Any students looking to complete service hours can see Mr. Budniak in Room F135 for permission forms and details….

Trinity’s Robotics club meets every Monday after school in the Technology Center.  We have Lego Mindstorms and VEX equipment.  Come check us out.

The speech and debate team will start regular practices after school on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.  Anyone interested should see Ms. Z in F233 starting this week.   Have a conflict?   Contact Ms. Z for options.  For updates, sign up for the team remind by texting the message @sdrocks19 to the phone number 81010.

Athletics:

Bowling

  • TOMORROW             St X Classic             at Ken Bowl                                      8 am

Cross Country

  • TOMORROW    KHSAA State Championship      Kentucky Horse Park (Lexington)  2:15 pm

Football

  • Tonight                  Varsity      at Bowling Green                            6:30 pm (central time)

Ice Hockey

  • TOMORROW               vs LaSalle (OH)              at Iceland                                     3:30 pm

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Office News:

Congratulations to the 288 students on Principal’s List and the 823 students that made Honor Roll for the 1st quarter!!!

Bring in $1 dollar on Thursday, November 7 for a dress down day benefitting Active Heroes and the support of military and veterans.

Attention Seniors!  Have you had your Senior Picture taken at Signature Studios. Time is running out. Contact Signature Studios today to make an appointment.

TEAM MASS SCHEDULE – NOVEMBER 2019

DAILY MASS @ 7:20 AM IN TRINITY CHAPEL

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1     –     SWIMMING TEAM

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4   –     ARCHERY TEAM

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5   –     BARBELL TEAM

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7 –    BASKETBALL TEAM

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8      –      BOWLING TEAM

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 –      CROSS COUNTRY TEAM

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14 –   FOOTBALL TEAM

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15     –     GOLF TEAM

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18   –    ICE HOCKEY TEAM

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19   –    SOCCER TEAM

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 –   WRESTLING TEAM

All Seniors who are going on Senior retreat #3: there is a mandatory meeting on Thursday, Nov. 7, at 2:50, right after the senior dismissal bell, in the Chapel. This meeting will only last about 10 minutes and will tell you what to pack and other details for retreat. If you cannot attend, check your school email or see Mrs. Emrich in Campus Ministry for details. Again, there is a meeting Thursday in the Chapel for all seniors going on retreat.

Attention Trinity Seniors! Trinity High School is planning its annual pilgrimage as a part of the March for Life in Washington D.C. The charter bus will leave THS on Wednesday evening, January 22nd and return Saturday morning, January 25th. We will participate in the March for Life, Youth Mass and Rally and have the opportunity to visit several museums. The cost of the trip is $175.00. For more information and signups, see Mrs. McGuire in S151 before the end of the week. There are only 10 spots left.

Tickets for The Three Musketeers can be purchased online at www.trinitydota.com. They are $15 for adults and $13 for students/seniors. See Mrs. Durbin in academic services for one $10 student ticket before and after school or during lunches.

You are encouraged to sign up to donate blood at our annual Fall Red Cross blood drive on Wednesday, November 6 in Shamrock Hall Gym. That’s a White day. You get to miss class for an hour or so – but the actual blood draw time is usually only about 10 minutes. You get snacks!!

MORE IMPORTANTLY – you get to help save lives – up to 3 lives can be helped or even saved with 1 pint of blood!! We’re talking about accident victims…….people with cancer…….kids with leukemia……..people who have to have surgery…. So, if you are thinking “I want to do this!!”  here’s what you need to know. You must be at least 16 years old to donate blood. If you are 16 years old, you need your parents’ permission – There’s a special FORM your parents will have to sign and you must return it to Mrs. Mason or bring it on the day of the drive – (No Form – No Donation) If you are 17 or older – you don’t need the permission form – but you should probably tell your parents what a great thing you are doing! By the way – your parents, siblings, relatives and friends can come donate as well!  Spread the word and the information! We will be holding sign-ups during lunches, but if you want to sign up early, you can see Mrs. Mason or use the Red Cross online appointment maker…at redcrossblood.org.  Under FIND A DRIVE type in “TrinityHS” or 40207 and scroll down to November 6.

THANKS – AND SEE YOU AT THE BLOOD DRIVE!

Junior Retreat days continue next week! On your retreat day, report to the cafeteria instead of 1st block. You can dress down in jeans, tennis shoes, and a Trinity shirt, and dress for the weather—part of the day will be outside. You’ll be off campus all day and lunch is included. Details will also be sent to your school email the day before your retreat.

TODAY, Oct. 31          Castagno – Davis

TUESDAY, November 5       Day – Ely

All Saint’s Day Mass offered on Friday, November 1 @ 7:20 a.m. and @ 2:15 p.m. in the chapel.

Attention Trinity: Are you interested to have an intercultural experience with students from Argentina here at Trinity on February 2020 and to travel to Argentina in June? There is still time to join the Argentina Exchange Program. See Mr. Serrano’s room F241 for more information or serrano@trinityrocks.com

The Catholic Education Foundation is hosting an essay contest that could earn you $1000.

  • The theme of this year’s essay is “Catholic Schools – Learn, Live, Serve, Succeed”.

CEF is inviting ALL young Trinity authors to express how our Catholic schools have fulfilling these important roles.

  • The contest is open to all students in Catholic high schools throughout the Archdiocese of Louisville.

 

  • All entries should be printed and turned in to Betsy Darby in room S352.

 

  • Entries are due by Friday, November 15th. 

 

  • All submissions will be judged. One winning essay will be chosen from Trinity and submitted as part of the contest by the December 5th deadline.

 

  • Students should take advantage of Mitch Greenwell’s Writing Workshop for prewriting and editing help. The writing workshop is available Monday through Thursday from 3 to 3:30 in room F232.

 

  • Students may also work with Mr. Greenwell in advising.

 

  • Students should see Ms. Darby in S352 or Mr. Timmerberg in S356 if they have questions.

 

Mass or a communion service is offered in the chapel at 7:20 every morning before school.

Mr. Diehl will be selling books before school on Monday, Thursday and Friday and after school every day. If you need to purchase a book, please see him in the cafeteria by Academic Service during one of these times.

House News:

The House Video Game Tournament will take place on Thursday, November 14.

The second quarter House marquee events and contests will begin after Fall Break. The quarter will feature three marquee events and five contests.

Marquees will include the

  • Trinity Department of Theatre Arts production of The Three Musketeers from October 30 to November 9

 

  • Varsity basketball game against Centerville on December 7

 

  • Trinity Department of Music Vocal and Jazz Band Winter Concerts on December 13 and 15.

Contests will feature:

  • Annual House Football Pass-Kick Contest on October 31

 

  • Annual House Video Game Tournament on November 14.

 

  • Thanksgiving-themed Breakout Contest on November 25

 

  • Christmas TV and Movie Trivia Challenge on December 9.

 

  • Principal Challenge contest will also take place during the second quarter. Each House will design its own crest. These crests will be displayed on House banners as well as promotional materials for the House System.

Do your part to help your House win a spot in this year’s House Cup Playoffs. See your House Director or Advisor if you’d like to learn more about any of this quarter’s marquee events and contests.

Activities:

Freshmen interested in playing intramural basketball must attend an informational meeting today, Oct. 31 in Convocation Hall during Advising. During the meeting, Mr. Backes will discuss sign-ups as well as regular season and tournament play. To attend the meeting, students will need to create an e-hall pass prior to leaving their Advising classroom. Mr. Backes will sign you in once you arrive to Convocation Hall. If you any questions regarding the freshman intramural basketball league, please see Mr. Backes in F243.

The Green Cross Service Club is looking for some volunteers to help out with a tree planting project next Saturday, Nov. 2 from 8:00 AM until early afternoon.  Any students looking to complete service hours can see Mr. Budniak in Room F135 for permission forms and details….

Trinity’s Robotics club meets every Monday after school in the Technology Center.  We have Lego Mindstorms and VEX equipment.  Come check us out.

The speech and debate team will start regular practices after school on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.  Anyone interested should see Ms. Z in F233 starting this week.   Have a conflict?   Contact Ms. Z for options.  For updates, sign up for the team remind by texting the message @sdrocks19 to the phone number 81010.

Athletics:

Bowling

  • Saturday               St X Classic             at Ken Bowl                                         8 am

 

Cross Country

  • Saturday      KHSAA State Championship      Kentucky Horse Park (Lexington)  2:15 pm

 

Football

  • Tomorrow                  Varsity      at Bowling Green                            6:30 pm (central time)

 

Ice Hockey

  • Saturday               vs LaSalle (OH)              at Iceland                                           3:30 pm

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Daily Announcements for Wednesday, October 30, 2019 https://www.trinityrocks.com/news/daily-announcements-for-wednesday-october-30-2019/ Tue, 29 Oct 2019 19:11:42 +0000 http://www.trinityrocks.com/?p=23490 Office News: Attention Trinity Seniors! Trinity High School is planning its annual pilgrimage as a part of the March for Life in Washington D.C. The charter bus will leave THS on Wednesday evening, January 22nd and return Saturday morning, January 25th. We will participate in the March for Life, Youth Mass and Rally and have […]

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Office News:

Attention Trinity Seniors! Trinity High School is planning its annual pilgrimage as a part of the March for Life in Washington D.C. The charter bus will leave THS on Wednesday evening, January 22nd and return Saturday morning, January 25th. We will participate in the March for Life, Youth Mass and Rally and have the opportunity to visit several museums. The cost of the trip is $175.00. For more information and signups, see Mrs. McGuire in S151 before the end of the week. There are only 10 spots left.

Tickets for The Three Musketeers can be purchased online at www.trinitydota.com. They are $15 for adults and $13 for students/seniors. See Mrs. Durbin in academic services for one $10 student ticket before and after school or during lunches.

You are encouraged to sign up to donate blood at our annual Fall Red Cross blood drive on Wednesday, November 6 in Shamrock Hall Gym. That’s a White day. You get to miss class for an hour or so – but the actual blood draw time is usually only about 10 minutes. You get snacks!!

MORE IMPORTANTLY – you get to help save lives – up to 3 lives can be helped or even saved with 1 pint of blood!! We’re talking about accident victims…….people with cancer…….kids with leukemia……..people who have to have surgery…. So, if you are thinking “I want to do this!!”  here’s what you need to know. You must be at least 16 years old to donate blood. If you are 16 years old, you need your parents’ permission – There’s a special FORM your parents will have to sign and you must return it to Mrs. Mason or bring it on the day of the drive – (No Form – No Donation) If you are 17 or older – you don’t need the permission form – but you should probably tell your parents what a great thing you are doing! By the way – your parents, siblings, relatives and friends can come donate as well!  Spread the word and the information! We will be holding sign-ups during lunches, but if you want to sign up early, you can see Mrs. Mason or use the Red Cross online appointment maker…at redcrossblood.org.  Under FIND A DRIVE type in “TrinityHS” or 40207 and scroll down to November 6.

THANKS – AND SEE YOU AT THE BLOOD DRIVE!

After seven collection days, we have raised nearly $20,000 for Dare to Care and twelve Advising groups have reached 100% or better.  We want all groups to get to 100%.  There are only two more collection days until we wrap up tomorrow, Oct. 31

Junior Retreat days continue next week! On your retreat day, report to the cafeteria instead of 1st block. You can dress down in jeans, tennis shoes, and a Trinity shirt, and dress for the weather—part of the day will be outside. You’ll be off campus all day and lunch is included. Details will also be sent to your school email the day before your retreat.

TOMORROW, Oct. 31          Castagno – Davis

TUESDAY, November 5       Day – Ely

All Saint’s Day Mass offered on Friday, November 1 @ 7:20 a.m. and @ 2:15 p.m. in the chapel.

Attention Trinity: Are you interested to have an intercultural experience with students from Argentina here at Trinity on February 2020 and to travel to Argentina in June? There is still time to join the Argentina Exchange Program. See Mr. Serrano’s room F241 for more information or serrano@trinityrocks.com

The Catholic Education Foundation is hosting an essay contest that could earn you $1000.

  • The theme of this year’s essay is “Catholic Schools – Learn, Live, Serve, Succeed”.

CEF is inviting ALL young Trinity authors to express how our Catholic schools have fulfilling these important roles.

  • The contest is open to all students in Catholic high schools throughout the Archdiocese of Louisville.

 

  • All entries should be printed and turned in to Betsy Darby in room S352.

 

  • Entries are due by Friday, November 15th. 

 

  • All submissions will be judged. One winning essay will be chosen from Trinity and submitted as part of the contest by the December 5th deadline.

 

  • Students should take advantage of Mitch Greenwell’s Writing Workshop for prewriting and editing help. The writing workshop is available Monday through Thursday from 3 to 3:30 in room F232.

 

  • Students may also work with Mr. Greenwell in advising.

 

  • Students should see Ms. Darby in S352 or Mr. Timmerberg in S356 if they have questions.

Mass or a communion service is offered in the chapel at 7:20 every morning before school.

Mr. Diehl will be selling books before school on Monday, Thursday and Friday and after school every day. If you need to purchase a book, please see him in the cafeteria by Academic Service during one of these times.

House News:

The House Video Game Tournament will take place on Thursday, November 14.

The second quarter House marquee events and contests will begin after Fall Break. The quarter will feature three marquee events and five contests.

Marquees will include the

  • Trinity Department of Theatre Arts production of The Three Musketeers from October 30 to November 9

 

  • Varsity basketball game against Centerville on December 7

 

  • Trinity Department of Music Vocal and Jazz Band Winter Concerts on December 13 and 15.

Contests will feature:

  • Annual House Football Pass-Kick Contest on October 31

 

  • Annual House Video Game Tournament on November 14.

 

  • Thanksgiving-themed Breakout Contest on November 25

 

  • Christmas TV and Movie Trivia Challenge on December 9.

 

  • Principal Challenge contest will also take place during the second quarter. Each House will design its own crest. These crests will be displayed on House banners as well as promotional materials for the House System.

Do your part to help your House win a spot in this year’s House Cup Playoffs. See your House Director or Advisor if you’d like to learn more about any of this quarter’s marquee events and contests.

Activities:

Uno Club meeting TODAY, Oct. 30, at 3:05-4 pm in F346.

Freshmen interested in playing intramural basketball must attend an informational meeting tomorrow in Convocation Hall during Advising. During the meeting, Mr. Backes will discuss sign-ups as well as regular season and tournament play. To attend the meeting, students will need to create an e-hall pass prior to leaving their Advising classroom. Mr. Backes will sign you in once you arrive to Convocation Hall. If you any questions regarding the freshman intramural basketball league, please see Mr. Backes in F243.

The investment club will meet today, Oct. 30, at 3:15 in S252. Please contact Coach Schroeder with questions.

The Green Cross Service Club is looking for some volunteers to help out with a tree planting project next Saturday, Nov. 2 from 8:00 AM until early afternoon.  Any students looking to complete service hours can see Mr. Budniak in Room F135 for permission forms and details….

Attention ACE rocks: The third ACE mentoring class will meet today, Oct. 30, in Mr. CM’s room F332, immediately after school. Those who have signed up for the club are also reminded to register online at acementor.org ASAP, if you have not done so. The meeting will last until 5 PM starting at 3 PM.

Trinity’s Robotics club meets every Monday after school in the Technology Center.  We have Lego Mindstorms and VEX equipment.  Come check us out.

The speech and debate team will start regular practices after school on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.  Anyone interested should see Ms. Z in F233 starting this week.   Have a conflict?   Contact Ms. Z for options.  For updates, sign up for the team remind by texting the message @sdrocks19 to the phone number 81010.

Athletics:

Coach Beatty and the Football Rocks captured the District Championship on Friday evening with a 44 – 0 win over Eastern.  The victory ensures that Trinity will play at least the first 2 rounds of the playoffs in Marshall Stadium.  The Shamrocks close out regular season play this week on Friday.

Coach Norman and the Hockey Rocks had two impressive performances over the weekend including a 10 – 2 win over St. X.

Bowling

  • Saturday               St X Classic             at Ken Bowl                                         8 am

Cross Country

  • Saturday      KHSAA State Championship      Kentucky Horse Park (Lexington)  2:15 pm

Football

  • Friday                   Varsity      at Bowling Green                                 6:30 pm (central time)

Ice Hockey

Saturday               vs LaSalle (OH)              at Iceland

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Trinity Students Shadowing WDRB Television Station https://www.trinityrocks.com/news/trinity-students-shadowing-wdrb-television-station/ Mon, 28 Oct 2019 18:23:06 +0000 http://www.trinityrocks.com/?p=23461 For Trinity senior Connor Carrico shadowing at WDRB has been an eye-opening experience. “Shadowing the production elements at WDRB has given me real-world experience that I wouldn’t get anywhere else.” Trinity junior Vince Wolfram agrees. “It’s awesome! The people at WDRB Sports are very open and kind. They help me to learn quickly by actively […]

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For Trinity senior Connor Carrico shadowing at WDRB has been an eye-opening experience. “Shadowing the production elements at WDRB has given me real-world experience that I wouldn’t get anywhere else.” Trinity junior Vince Wolfram agrees. “It’s awesome! The people at WDRB Sports are very open and kind. They help me to learn quickly by actively involving me in the day-to-day work.”

Former Trinity faculty member and current para-professional Mike Farnon is hosting Carrico and Wolfram at the station and spoke about their unique roles on a day-to-day basis. “Vince is in sports and Connor is in production. Both are immersed in the broadcast world as preparation for further study in media in college. The production shadow (Connor) will follow me as I help create daily newscasts. This includes an explanation of how a newscast is created from story idea to on-air presentation. The sports shadow (Vince) will complete specified daily tasks as part of a sports crew: logging games, researching player and coach stats and determining the correct number of games. He will take on the role of a sports reporter by writing copy and shooting and editing stories for potential use on WDRB.”

Wolfram’s favorite part of the job shadow is the firsthand experience learning what professional sportscasters do. “Each time I go to the station, I learn more about the overall process of collecting sports news, producing a segment and reporting sports news segments on television for the entire city to watch live.”

Farnon knows the impact this experience can have.  “This opportunity is unique to WDRB and perhaps Louisville as well. Being in a professional television atmosphere allows the students to understand what life would be like as a broadcaster. This exposure allows them to decide whether they might like to study in communications. Beyond the significant teaching points, this opportunity can have a direct impact on college and even career choices. For example, as a result of participation, one student directed a portion of a live newscast and used it as a demo reel upon entering college. Another student so impressed WDRB that they hired him.”

Job shadowing for Trinity students is another element to the way in which Trinity encourages career exploration. “Job shadowing,” said Farnon, “is an essential element to a complete secondary education. Knowing what one DOES NOT want to pursue is nearly as important as knowing what one DOES want to pursue.”

Wolfram added, “I am taking so much away from this experience! Each reporter has a different style, and for each news story produced, the sportscaster puts his or her own personal spin to it. Their work inspires me to be imaginative, creative, and to put my own unique perspective and personality into every story I produce.” For Carrico, the experience has been similarly engaging. “This is what I want to do in college and beyond. Being able to see this up-close and seeing all of the different aspects that go in to directing a news broadcast has been incredible!”

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Daily Announcements for Tuesday, October 29, 2019 https://www.trinityrocks.com/news/daily-announcements-for-tuesday-october-29-2019/ Mon, 28 Oct 2019 17:57:13 +0000 http://www.trinityrocks.com/?p=23485 Office News: Tickets for The Three Musketeers can be purchased online at www.trinitydota.com. They are $15 for adults and $13 for students/seniors. See Mrs. Durbin in academic services for one $10 student ticket before and after school or during lunches. You are encouraged to sign up to donate blood at our annual Fall Red Cross […]

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Office News:

Tickets for The Three Musketeers can be purchased online at www.trinitydota.com. They are $15 for adults and $13 for students/seniors. See Mrs. Durbin in academic services for one $10 student ticket before and after school or during lunches.

You are encouraged to sign up to donate blood at our annual Fall Red Cross blood drive on Wednesday, November 6 in Shamrock Hall Gym. That’s a White day. You get to miss class for an hour or so – but the actual blood draw time is usually only about 10 minutes. You get snacks!!

MORE IMPORTANTLY – you get to help save lives – up to 3 lives can be helped or even saved with 1 pint of blood!! We’re talking about accident victims…….people with cancer…….kids with leukemia……..people who have to have surgery…. So, if you are thinking “I want to do this!!”  here’s what you need to know. You must be at least 16 years old to donate blood. If you are 16 years old, you need your parents’ permission – There’s a special FORM your parents will have to sign and you must return it to Mrs. Mason or bring it on the day of the drive – (No Form – No Donation) If you are 17 or older – you don’t need the permission form – but you should probably tell your parents what a great thing you are doing! By the way – your parents, siblings, relatives and friends can come donate as well!  Spread the word and the information! We will be holding sign-ups during lunches, but if you want to sign up early, you can see Mrs. Mason or use the Red Cross online appointment maker…at redcrossblood.org.  Under FIND A DRIVE type in “TrinityHS” or 40207 and scroll down to November 6.

THANKS – AND SEE YOU AT THE BLOOD DRIVE!

After seven collection days, we have raised nearly $20,000 for Dare to Care and twelve Advising groups have reached 100% or better.  We want all groups to get to 100%.  There are only two more collection days until we wrap up next Thursday, October 31.

Junior Retreat days continue next week! On your retreat day, report to the cafeteria instead of 1st block. You can dress down in jeans, tennis shoes, and a Trinity shirt, and dress for the weather—part of the day will be outside. You’ll be off campus all day and lunch is included. Details will also be sent to your school email the day before your retreat.

THURSDAY          Castagno – Davis

TUESDAY, November 5       Day – Ely

All Saint’s Day Mass offered on Friday, November 1 @ 7:20 a.m. and @ 2:15 p.m. in the chapel.

Attention Trinity: Are you interested to have an intercultural experience with students from Argentina here at Trinity on February 2020 and to travel to Argentina in June? There is still time to join the Argentina Exchange Program. See Mr. Serrano’s room F241 for more information or serrano@trinityrocks.com

The Catholic Education Foundation is hosting an essay contest that could earn you $1000.

  • The theme of this year’s essay is “Catholic Schools – Learn, Live, Serve, Succeed”.

CEF is inviting ALL young Trinity authors to express how our Catholic schools have fulfilling these important roles.

  • The contest is open to all students in Catholic high schools throughout the Archdiocese of Louisville.

 

  • All entries should be printed and turned in to Betsy Darby in room S352.

 

  • Entries are due by Friday, November 15th. 

 

  • All submissions will be judged. One winning essay will be chosen from Trinity and submitted as part of the contest by the December 5th deadline.

 

  • Students should take advantage of Mitch Greenwell’s Writing Workshop for prewriting and editing help. The writing workshop is available Monday through Thursday from 3 to 3:30 in room F232.

 

  • Students may also work with Mr. Greenwell in advising.

 

  • Students should see Ms. Darby in S352 or Mr. Timmerberg in S356 if they have questions.

 

Mass or a communion service is offered in the chapel at 7:20 every morning before school.

Mr. Diehl will be selling books before school on Monday, Thursday and Friday and after school every day. If you need to purchase a book, please see him in the cafeteria by Academic Service during one of these times.

House News:

The House Video Game Tournament will take place on Thursday, November 14. A meeting to decide which game will be played during the tournament is scheduled for today after school in Mr. Sobczyk’s classroom, F338. Past games have included Super Smash Bros, FIFA, and Mario Kart and Madden NFL. What game will we play this year? Attend today’s meeting to vote for your favorite video game.

The second quarter House marquee events and contests will begin after Fall Break. The quarter will feature three marquee events and five contests.

Marquees will include the

  • Trinity Department of Theatre Arts production of The Three Musketeers from October 30 to November 9

 

  • Varsity basketball game against Centerville on December 7

 

  • Trinity Department of Music Vocal and Jazz Band Winter Concerts on December 13 and 15.

Contests will feature:

  • Annual House Football Pass-Kick Contest on October 31

 

Annual House Video Game Tournament on November 14.

  • Thanksgiving-themed Breakout Contest on November 25

 

  • Christmas TV and Movie Trivia Challenge on December 9.

 

  • Principal Challenge contest will also take place during the second quarter. Each House will design its own crest. These crests will be displayed on House banners as well as promotional materials for the House System.

Do your part to help your House win a spot in this year’s House Cup Playoffs. See your House Director or Advisor if you’d like to learn more about any of this quarter’s marquee events and contests.

Activities:

Uno Club meeting tomorrow, Oct. 29, at 3:05-4 pm in F346.

Freshmen interested in playing intramural basketball must attend an informational meeting Thursday in Convocation Hall during Advising. During the meeting, Mr. Backes will discuss sign-ups as well as regular season and tournament play. To attend the meeting, students will need to create an e-hall pass prior to leaving their Advising classroom. Mr. Backes will sign you in once you arrive to Convocation Hall. If you any questions regarding the freshman intramural basketball league, please see Mr. Backes in F243.

The investment club will meet tomorrow at 3:15 in S252. Please contact Coach Schroeder with questions.

The Green Cross Service Club is looking for some volunteers to help out with a tree planting project next Saturday, Nov. 2 from 8:00 AM until early afternoon.  Any students looking to complete service hours can see Mr. Budniak in Room F135 for permission forms and details….

Attention ACE rocks: The third ACE mentoring class will meet tomorrow in Mr. CM’s room F332, immediately after school. Those who have signed up for the club are also reminded to register online at acementor.org ASAP, if you have not done so. The meeting will last until 5 PM starting at 3 PM.

Trinity’s Robotics club meets every Monday after school in the Technology Center.  We have Lego Mindstorms and VEX equipment.  Come check us out.

The speech and debate team will start regular practices after school on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.  Anyone interested should see Ms. Z in F233 starting this week.   Have a conflict?   Contact Ms. Z for options.  For updates, sign up for the team remind by texting the message @sdrocks19 to the phone number 81010.

Athletics:

Coach Beatty and the Football Rocks captured the District Championship on Friday evening with a 44 – 0 win over Eastern.  The victory ensures that Trinity will play at least the first 2 rounds of the playoffs in Marshall Stadium.  The Shamrocks close out regular season play this week on Friday.

Coach Norman and the Hockey Rocks had two impressive performances over the weekend including a 10 – 2 win over St. X.

Bowling

  • Tuesday                 vs Brown and Atherton          at Executive Strike and Spare          4 pm

 

  • Saturday               St X Classic             at Ken Bowl                                         8 am

 

Cross Country

  • Saturday      KHSAA State Championship      Kentucky Horse Park (Lexington)  2:15 pm

 

Football

  • Monday                  JV                              at Fern Creek                                     5:30 pm

 

  • Friday                   Varsity      at Bowling Green                                 6:30 pm (central time)

 

Ice Hockey

  • Saturday               vs LaSalle (OH)              at Iceland                                           3:30 pm

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Trinity Athletics: The Rocks Recap https://www.trinityrocks.com/news/trinity-athletics-the-rocks-recap-13/ Mon, 28 Oct 2019 13:29:12 +0000 http://www.trinityrocks.com/?p=23476 The Rocks Recap FOLLOW US! For all things Trinity High School, join us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. For all things Trinity Athletics, follow along at Trinity’s official sports Twitter account, Trinity Athletics. To check out more GreaT photos of our Trinity student athletes, visit Trinity Athletic Photos on Facebook! Go Rocks! Special Note: Mark […]

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The Rocks Recap

FOLLOW US!

For all things Trinity High School, join us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

For all things Trinity Athletics, follow along at Trinity’s official sports Twitter account, Trinity Athletics.

To check out more GreaT photos of our Trinity student athletes, visit Trinity Athletic Photos on Facebook!

Go Rocks!

Special Note:

Mark your calendars…..Trinity’s annual out of service jersey and uniform sale will take place on Saturday morning, November 23 from 10 am until noon, in the Alumni Hall cafeteria.
This is a wonderful opportunity to find a special Christmas present for each Rock Nation fan in your family.
Cash, check and credit cards will be accepted.

Last Week

Trinity Football

Coach Beatty and the Football Rocks captured the District Championship on Friday evening with a 44 – 0 win over Eastern. The victory ensures that Trinity will play at least the first 2 rounds of the playoffs in Marshall Stadium. The Shamrocks close out regular season play this week on Friday at Bowling Green. The JV Rocks game against Eastern was cancelled, while the Freshman Rocks came up a two-point conversion short of defeating Elder, dropping their final game of the season 14 – 13.

Trinity Cross-Country

Coach Holzknecht and the Cross Country Rocks won the Region 4 Championship on Saturday in Seneca Park with a dominating performance. Senior Nick Lewis captured first place for individuals as well. The team now advances to the KHSAA State Championship meet. The JV Cross-Country Rocks won the Region JV championship race at Seneca Park. Austin Montgomery finished first, breaking 17 minutes. Congrats, JV Rocks!

Left to right So. Colin Murphy, Sr. Nick Clark, So. Zach Woodall, Jr. Ryan O’Dea, Sr. Daniel Young, Sr. Jack Guffey and Sr. Nick Lewis

Trinity Ice Hockey

The Hockey Rocks had a strong weekend, winning two games in impressive fashion at Iceland. First, the Rocks defeated St. X 10 – 2, led by Parker Norman’s two goals, the Rocks used a balance attack to dominate the Tigers with nine different goal scorers. On Saturday, the Ice Rocks won over a strong Columbus, Indiana squad by a score of 4 – 3 (after trailing 2 – 0). Way to go, Rocks!

Trinity Basketball

Trinity Basketball hosted the annual Shooting for the Stars camp in Shamrock Hall on Saturday morning. This wonderful event sees the Rocks partner with St. Mary’s Center and the Sacred Heart basketball program to host a basketball camp for individuals with intellectual disabilities. A GreaT time was had by all!

Trinity Golf

Congrats to Shamrock Seniors JM Butler (1st Team) and Ballard Harris (2nd Team), who were named to the Kentucky All-State golf team!

Trinity Bowling

Your Bowling Rocks defeated Male on Tuesday 7-0 to start their season. Leading the Rocks were 200+ games by Kyle Donaldson, Will Epperson, Brent Padgett, Ryan Sheehy and Luke Sutton.

This Week

Trinity Football

Today, Monday, Oct. 28, your JV Football Rocks travel to Fern Creek to take on the Tigers at 5:30 p.m. in their final game of the season. The varsity Rocks travel to Bowling Green on Friday for a 6:30 p.m. (central time) kick-off.

Trinity Cross-Country

Saturday, your Cross-Country Rocks compete for a state championship at the Kentucky Horse Park. The race begins at 2:15 p.m. Go Rocks, Take State!

Trinity Ice Hockey

The Ice Rocks will host LaSalle (OH) at Iceland at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Trinity Bowling

Your Bowling Rocks will take on Brown and Atherton on Tuesday at Executive Strike and Spare at 4 p.m. Saturday, the Rocks compete in the St. X Classic at Ken Bowl starting at 8 a.m.

Good luck to all our Rocks in action this week!

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Trinity Senior Earns Eagle Scout Recognition https://www.trinityrocks.com/news/trinity-senior-earns-eagle-scout-recognition/ Mon, 28 Oct 2019 12:21:53 +0000 http://www.trinityrocks.com/?p=23441 Trinity senior Jacob Epley recently earned his Eagle Scout recognition! Epley’s Eagle Scout project raised money through donations and with the help of his troop, they built and stained 6 picnic tables for the athletics field concession area of St. Athanasius Parish. “This was my ultimate goal when I joined the scouts. I learned that […]

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Trinity senior Jacob Epley recently earned his Eagle Scout recognition!

Epley’s Eagle Scout project raised money through donations and with the help of his troop, they built and stained 6 picnic tables for the athletics field concession area of St. Athanasius Parish.

“This was my ultimate goal when I joined the scouts. I learned that if you work hard, you can achieve anything. I felt so accomplished when I was done.”

Way to go, Jacob! Trinity is proud of you!

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