Trinity’s Fall Red Cross Blood Drive will be held on Wednesday, November 7. That’s still about a month away, but mark your calendars now so you can be a hero that day! Donating just 1 pint of blood can help or save up to 3 people’s lives and you get to miss class to do it! You do have to be 16 to donate. Sign ups will be held closer to the actual drive – just wanted to get everyone a heads up. See Mrs. Mason in the Technology Center or Mrs. Miller in F337 for more details.
Attention all pirates, barbarians, bards and sages: The annual Trinity trip to the Ohio Renaissance Festival is now taking boarders for the bus. Seats are limited and will be given on a first-come-first-paid basis! Mr. Budniak has the forms. Come and get them!!
Students and Faculty: PARKING OFF-CAMPUS MAY RESULT IN TOWING! Parking during the school day on any non-Trinity parking lot may result in your car being towed. Specifically, Highland Morning informed us it has contracted with a towing company to remove any Trinity vehicles parked on its designated parking areas during school hours.
Students needing service hours for Beta or NHS can sign up to usher the fall play. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop by academic services for Mrs. Durbin.
Attention all students: If you are interested in an alternative to spring break madness or boredom and instead would like to put your talents to use, consider coming to the Central American nation of Belize with a group of Trinity students and Hand in Hand Ministries. We will use spring break to help build a house for a family that does not have one. Spaces are limited and there are only six available ones left, so if you are interested, please see Mr. Budniak in room F136 ASAP!
The Freshman Dance will take place tomorrow night from 9 p.m. to midnight in Shamrock Gym. Tickets for the Freshman Dance are on sale during lunches in the Academic Service Office. Tickets are $20 per couple. Also, keep in mind that our friends on Poplar Level Road are having a dance that same night, so don’t delay finding a date and making plans for this special night!
The Robotics Club will meet on Monday after school in the Technology Center on the bottom floor of Old Trinity Hall. Come join us if you would like to build or program LEGO or VEX robots! Some students come just for fun – others come to get involved with competitions – either is fine.
If you are interested in studying Computer Science in college, you should mark your calendar for Thursday, November 8. Fern Creek High School hosts a CS College Day with Computer Science teaching staff from 15 to 20 area universities colleges. It’s a great opportunity for you and maybe your parents to talk to Computer Science instructors for the schools – not just the admissions people. See Mrs. Mason in the Technology Center for more info.
Woodworking Club will meet in Mr. Hull’s room at 3 p.m. on Monday, October 8, instead of the usual Wednesday meeting time.
World Language Clubs held their annual Bowling Competition. This year the FRENCH WON with Tristan Harbold’s score of 124. The Chinese came in second with Jacob’s score of 90. The Chinese also came in third with Gao’s score of 79.
The Saints Peter and Paul Society is a new club at Trinity that exists to increase opportunities for students to engage in Catholic Life. It strives to help realize the mission statement goal to help form a community of faith and character. This is a student-directed club whose members set the agenda for what they want to pursue. Students interested in carrying out this challenge of discipleship should see Mr. Schum in F-245 or Mr. Magre. The Saints Peter and Paul Society will be sponsoring a prayer rosary to commemorate October as Rosary month. Members will be accepting Trinity’s community prayers at lunches on Monday and Tuesday. Prayers can be petitions, supplications, adoration or thanksgivings. These prayers will be assembled into a rosary to unite our prayers to the universal Church and before God. Please consider participating.
Book Club will meet on Thursday, October 25 after school in the library. Refreshments will be served and new members are always welcomed. For more information, see Mr. Schum in F245.
If you enjoy learning about or discussing history, politics, world cultures, geography, psychology, sociology, or all of the above, you should consider joining Trinity’s new Social Studies National Honor Society: Rho Kappa. Qualified applicants should have completed 4 semesters of Social Studies courses, have a 3.0 cumulative GPA, and have a 3.0 GPA in their Social Studies classes. If you believe you meet these requirements and would like to join, Rho Kappa will meet Monday with Mr. Napper in F334.
Basketball will have Open Gym from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesdays in Steinhauser & Thursdays in Shamrock Gym (open to all students).