Fall Semester Exam Schedule
|Green 1st period||Wednesday, Dec. 13||9-10:15 a.m.|
|Green 2nd period||Wednesday, Dec. 13||10:25-11:40 a.m.|
|White 1st period||Thursday, Dec. 14||9-10:15 a.m.|
|White 2nd period||Thursday, Dec. 14||10:25-11:40 a.m.|
|Study Day||Friday, Dec. 15||9:00 – noon|
|Green 3rd period||Monday, Dec. 18||9-10:15 a.m.|
|Green 4th period||Monday, Dec. 18||10:25-11:40 a.m.|
|White 3rd period||Tuesday, Dec. 19||9-10:15 a.m.|
|White 4th period||Tuesday, Dec. 19||10:25-11:40 a.m.|
- On Friday, Dec. 15, teachers will be available on their classrooms for make-up work/test and to assist students in preparing for exams. Students who were absent on December 13 or 14 may plan to make-up exams with their teachers on this day. The Library and Computer Labs will be available to students. This is an optional day for students, but all students must leave campus by noon on Friday.
- Students sitting for an exam must remain in their classroom for the entire 75-minute exam period.
- Students not having a first exam for the day may report to the cafeteria. Students may not be in the hallways during exams.
- When a student is dismissed from his last exam for the day, he must either report to Alumni Hall or leave campus. Students may not remain in the hallways.
- Breakfast only will be available in the cafeteria. Cafeteria hours during exams are 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please plan accordingly.
- Seniors are eligible for exam exemption if they maintain a 90 percent or better for quarters 1 and 2.
UPS seasonal positions available to 17-years-old and up for winter break. The pay is $10.20 per hour plus an additional $200 per week attendance bonus. Contact Shelly Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 502-359-1804 for additional information.
4th day meetings – every Thursday during Advising in the Chapel for seniors who have been on retreat.
Now that Thanksgiving has passed, we are officially in the Christmas shopping season. We are also in the Giving Tree season. This year, we are once again partnering with the Community Catholic Center to provide Christmas gifts for 120 children in the Portland neighborhood. We are asking individuals, advising groups, clubs, and teams to sign up to provide a $10-$15 wrapped gift. We are also collecting $25 Kroger and fast food gift cards. After TTV today, students will be around to each advising group with a sign up sheet. Mr. Luken will then send you the necessary details. Also, if you are looking for service hours, we will be doing a Christmas Party on Sun, Dec. 17 from 12:00-2:00 playing games and passing out the gifts. See Mr. Luken in T215 to sign up.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of JFK’s birth, May 29, 1917, and the 54th anniversary of his death this week, November 22, 1963, the library will display our special collection of JFK memorabilia today. These items were donated to the library a few years ago, and many of these items have historical significance, including Kennedy family signatures, campaign materials, and original newspaper articles from the day after his and RFK’s assassinations. We welcome any classes who would like to come for a few minutes to see what we have. Let us know if you’re interested in bringing your class.
Principal’s Challenge: Christmas Carol Contest! Perform a Christmas Carol with members of your House and earn points. Due Monday, Dec. 11 at 3:30 p.m. See your Advisor or House Director for more details.
House Meetings – Monday, Dec. 4
- Toussaint – Alumni Hall
- Merton – Shamrock Hall
- Patrick – Convocation Hall
- Romero – Steinhauser Gym
- Seton – Auditorium
- Assembly A Schedule w/ Advising in the morning
- House meeting days will be dress down days
Film Club meeting Tuesday, December 5, after school. Our yearbook photo is being retaken at the very beginning of the meeting so if you are not on time, you are not in the photo!
The Culinary Club will cook again on Tuesday, December 5. All Club members and food lovers should meet in the school kitchen on Tuesday to make and eat another great meal! The theme of Tuesday’s meeting will be German foods. See you in the kitchen!
On November 18, members of the debate team split forces to attack two different circuit tournaments. Sophomores, Cameron Ernst, Markus Puhakka, Preston Romanov, and Ben Taylor claimed honors in Congressional Debate at the Wyatt Debate League tournament. Ernst placed 9th, Puhakka 8th, Romanov 5th, and Taylor 2nd. Sophomore Porter Hunt was named 8th best speaker in Varsity Lincoln-Douglas debate. Junior Mark Hughes anchored the team with a solid day in Varsity Lincoln-Douglas debate. Hughes was named 3rdbest speaker and advanced through semi-finals before dropping on a 2-1 decision. Hughes placed 3rd overall. At the Danville Tournament of Firsts, senior Cooper Winrich maintained his impressive winning streak in Congressional Debate. For the third tournament in a row, Winrich was named Tournament Champion.
There will be an FBLA meeting on Thursday, December 7, beginning immediately after school. The meeting will take place in T318. This meeting will have some very important information for students regarding the upcoming conference. Members should make plans to attend. Contact Sr. Kathy or Ms. Comstock with questions or concerns.
The Barbell Club trains Mondays and Tuesdays at 4:15 and Fridays at 2:20 p.m. See Coach Snyder in the weight room of the Marshall Center.
Attention all students interested in starting the Christmas holidays off the right way: The Green Cross Service Club is looking for volunteers to help set up the Wayside Christian Mission Christmas store on Saturday, Dec. 16 from noon until 5:00 PM. Transportation will be provided from Trinity. Please see Mr. Budniak for a permission form and additional information.
The Rocks will play St. X for the 6A State Championship on Sunday, December 3 at 2 p.m. at UK’s Kroger Field.
Game and ticket details:
- Trinity is the visiting team and will be on the visitors (north) side of the stadium
- All seating on the visitor’s side is general admission seating
- Kickoff is 2 pm
- Ticket information:
- All presale tickets are through Ticketmaster.com
Presale tickets are $13 each and include the price for parking.
Here is the link directly to the purchase page https://www1.ticketmaster.com/khsaa-commonwealth-gridiron-bowl-class-6a-lexington-kentucky-12-03-2017/event/16005362FE0C80F0?artistid=2433254&majorcatid=10004&minorcatid=8&tm_link=search_msg-0_16005362FE0C80F0
- Walk up general admission tickets at the stadium on Sunday will be $15 and will include the price for parking
- Parking lots open at noon (suggested parking in the green or red lots)
- Ticket windows and gates open at 1 p.m.
- No passes will be accepted for this game
- Ages 6 and under will be admitted free at the gate
On Tuesday your Trinity Basketball Rocks, ranked pre-season #1 in Kentucky, traveled to Bullitt East for their season opener. The Rocks came away with a dominating 85-51 victory behind a double-double from Jay Scrubb with 18 points and 10 rebounds, including two monstrous dunks. David Johnson added 13 points and five assists while Justin Powell added 14 points. The Rocks travel to Central Kentucky this weekend for matchups against Pulaski County and the Christ School out of North Carolina.