Trinity News

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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Puerto Rico Updates

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Chad Waggoner and Maria Martin are sending updates regarding their ongoing mission trip to Puerto Rico. Thursday, Oct. 26: This morning we met Rita Castro. Her house is gone. She still has a basement but half of it is uncovered because the floor above went away. Her main living area has just one wall left […]

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Trinity Teachers Travel to Puerto Rico

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On Wednesday, Oct. 25, two Trinity teachers travel to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico to provide a bit of hope to those impacted. “I want to thank you for the support you gave to our Beacon of Light campaign,” wrote social studies teacher Chad Waggoner in an email to colleagues. Waggoner will travel with world languages instructor Maria Martin, […]

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Speech Team Update

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The Speech and Debate team is picking up momentum with each tournament. On Oct. 21, the team traveled to Larry A. Ryle High School for competition. Junior Mark Hughes was the undefeated top seed in prelims of Varsity Lincoln Douglas before dropping a 2-1 decision in semis. He placed third overall. For the second week […]

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Trinity Junior Works to Feed the Homeless

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When he was still in the seventh grade, Trinity Class of 2019 member Ryan Biddle and his twin sister began a service project called Students Offering Sandwiches (SOS). They get together with friends or family and make sack lunches for the homeless, typically making sack lunches about once a month. To date, they have made […]

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Who Dunnit?

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On Thursday, Oct. 19, Ms. Darby and Ms. Flipper took their freshman classes to Derby Dinner Playhouse to see A Murder is Announced by Agatha Christie. The field trip was part of a larger reading unit on detective fiction. Ms. Darby says that, “detective fiction is high interest for all students. It keeps them engaged and continually turning […]

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