Trinity News

Rock and Roll is Here to Stay

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Do you like classic rock-n-roll? Are you a fan of the Rolling Stones, Nirvana, Tom Petty, Bill Withers, CCR? If so, you’ll want to attend Trinity’s music concert this Sunday evening, April 30! This concert will feature a program of all-classic rock music. Come hear your Trinity brothers perform songs such as Bad Moon Rising, Sweet Home Alabama, Free […]

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Debate Finishes Strong

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The Debate team finished up regular season competition this past weekend with the Wyatt Debate League City Championship. Every student competing earned an award. Sophomore Mark Hughes was named seventh best speaker in varsity LD Freshman Walker Evans was named sixth best speaker in novice PF Freshman Herchel Davis was named fifth best speaker in novice LD […]

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Art and Recycling

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In this age of excess, there is a countermovement to simplify. Part of that movement is to use fewer material items and to reduce consumption of resources. In Mr. Wilson’s Introduction to Art class, students wanted to conserve resources, so they used new and used materials to create art projects. Eventually the projects will be disassembled and the parts recycled. SUSTAINABLE TREEHOUSE […]

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Congressional Art Contest

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Please take time to vote for our Trinity Artists entered in Congressman Yarmuth’s Art Competition. This will only take about 1-2 minutes. Click on the following link.  https://yarmuth.house.gov/congressman-yarmuths-2017-art-competition/.   Mr. Hull’s students have six pieces entered (# 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 and 27), and Mr. Wilson has a couple of entries (#28 and 45). Decide on your […]

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Jim Adams Scholarship

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Congratulations to junior Jack Wolfram, winner of this year’s Jim Adams Scholarship competition. Second place went to junior Jackson Crane. Thanks to all those who entered and to the committee for their time spent reading and judging student essays.  Congrats again to Jack and Jackson for a job well done!

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Environmental Justice Trip

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Advanced sophomores in Mr. Amick’s science class ventured on a field trip this past Wednesday, on which they took an environmental justice guided bus tour of the West End, Rubbertown, Lake Dreamland and other destinations. The trip was led by Mr. Tim Darst of the Passionate Earth and Spirit Center. The students were given a pre-assignment to […]

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