Trinity News

Elder to Skate in Junior Dance Championships

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Trinity junior Christopher Elder will compete in the Junior Dance event at the 2018 Midwestern Sectional Figure Skating Championships, with his partner, Sophia Elder. These championships will be held November 15-19, 2017, in Bloomington, Minnesota. For pair and dance athletes, the Sectional Championships are the first competition in U.S. Figure Skating’s qualifying pipeline. U.S. Figure […]

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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged – Ticket Information

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For ticket information to The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged, contact Joy Durbin at 736-2188 or email durbin@trinityrocks.com Adults $12 and Seniors/Students $10

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Winrich named Academic All-American

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Trinity senior, and member of the Speech & Debate team, Cooper Winrich has been named an Academic All-American by the National Speech & Debate Association. The award recognizes academic rigor, competitive speech and debate success, and personal excellence. From more than 141,000 student members of the National Speech & Debate Association, fewer than 500 students […]

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Puerto Rico Trip

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Trinity teachers Ms. Maria Martin and Mr. Chad Waggoner returned from their mission trip to Puerto Rico, having witnessed the bravery and unwavering faith of this people as they recover from hurricane damage. Supplies and much-needed financial support were delivered through the generosity of the Trinity Family. Thank you, Chad and Maria, for being a […]

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ECHO Earns First Place Honors

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Competing against the largest schools on both sides of the Ohio, the ECHO earned a First Place in the Division I Best Overall Website category in the Indiana University High School Press Day Journalism Contest. This honor came against powerhouses New Albany, Floyd Central, Jeffersonville, Manual and other southern Indiana and Kentucky schools. The photo, […]

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Hand Me My Walking Stick

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Members of Mr. Shayne Hull’s 3-D Design class traveled to Cherokee Park on the morning of October 27 to gather sticks for a walking stick project. We look forward to seeing the work of these budding artists. Be GreaT!

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