Trinity News

Dare to Care

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Dare to Care will officially begin after Fall Break. You can support this invaluable effort by dropping off canned goods to the school’s rotunda anytime between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. on school days. The first collection date is Tuesday, Oct. 16. We CAN do it! FEED the NEED!

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Trig-Jenga Generates Excitement

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What’s all the excitement coming from Mr. Baldwin’s Trigonometry class? The unit circle? Riveting lectures of sine and cosine ratios? Those ever-so-easy trigonometric identities? No, its Jenga, but not just any old run-of-the mill Jenga … it’s Trig-Jenga. Trig-Jenga is the uncanny combination of the six Trigonometric ratios on the unit circle paired with the […]

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2018 Trinity Hall of Fame Class Announced

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Trinity is excited to announce the 2018 Hall of Fame Class! We are proud to hold all of these fine examples up as role models for our students – past, present and future. Congratulations to the 2018 Trinity Hall of Fame class! Dr. Glenn Blincoe ’73   Mr. Brad Lampley ’93   Coach Dennis Lampley […]

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Speech & Debate Rolling in 2018

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The Debate Rocks have opened the year with a greaT first tournament. Last Saturday, six debate Rocks competed in the Wyatt Debate League season opener. Junior Porter Hunt was named third best speaker in Varsity Lincoln-Douglas and senior Mark Hughes was named first speaker in Varsity Lincoln-Douglas. Mark also advanced to semis, placing him in […]

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#ROCKSGive another greaT success

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Trinity’s 24-hour day of giving launched at midnight on Thursday, Sept. 27, raising more than $48,000 for need-based tuition assistance. Once again, the Trinity Family took to social media to like, share, re-post and re-tweet #ROCKSGive posts from Trinity’s social media sites. Posts included pictures, testimonials and videos from alumni, parents and students encouraging the […]

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Rock Teachers Present at Conference

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Trinity library media specialist Tim Jones and English instructor Mitch Greenwell presented this past Friday and Saturday at the 2018 Kentucky Library Association/Kentucky Association of School Librarians (KLA/KASL) Joint Conference at the Galt House. Jones presented on “Fake News – and Beyond,” touching on news literacy, social media, memes, increasingly human-realistic bots, the future of “deep fakes,” […]

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