School pictures were distributed by Math class. If your picture is unsatisfactory, you MUST bring their original pictures to Academic Services, before a retake can be granted. If a student was absent on picture day – make up pictures will be taken on Friday 11/3/2017 and students should bring a sports coat. A student wanting a retake must bring original packet to Academic Services.
Surgeon General Warning: Vaping and E-Cigarettes are Dangerous
- Vaping liquids contain dangerous chemicals like diacetyl, a chemical flavorant linked to serious lung disease and formaldehyde, a chemical found in anti-freeze.
- Vaping chemicals are meant to become addictive and/or lead to regular tobacco smoking.
- Vaping does harm memory and brain development. There is no long-term research to verify long-term safety.
Are you looking for service opportunities? Check out the new Service Hours Rockspace page for upcoming opportunities and information about service requirements. It is listed as a RockLink on the right-hand side of the homepage.
All students in the Green Cross Service Club and those interested in service hours: Green Cross is looking for students to help out with the Project Warm Blitz on Saturday, Nov. 4 helping to winterize the homes of the elderly and disabled. We also need a team of volunteers the following week on Saturday, Nov. 11 to drive with us to the Gethsemane Abbey in Bardstown for a day of outdoor landscaping and clean-up work for the Brothers of the Monastery. Please see Mr. Budniak for details and an information sheet about each project you are interested in helping!
The annual March for Life will take place in Washington, DC January 19. This 3-day event includes a youth mass with over 30,000 participants and the March for Life at the US Capitol, a visit to the Basilica, as well as some general sightseeing. Students pay only $100 for travel and meals. With only $50 due at sign-up. If you would like to attend, please see Mrs. McGuire in S151 this week!
UPS seasonal positions available to 17-yr-olds 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.
This is a reminder to all those students enrolled in the October session of driver’s education. Class will be held in R161 from 3-5 p.m. today and Friday’s session is held from 2-4 p.m. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Carrico in the Academic Services office. Thank you.
4th Day Meetings, for seniors who have been on retreat, every Thursday in Advising after TTV in the chapel. You will get a pass to return to class.
Upcoming Character Talks during Advising:
Freshmen – Monday, Oct. 30
Juniors – Monday, Nov. 6
Visitors During Lunches this Week:
Today: Campbellsville College, Midway College and the Univ. of Cincinnati
Friday, October 27: University of Evansville
Visitors Next Week:
Monday, October 30 – Hampden-Sydney College
Tuesday, October 31 – University of Alabama Huntsville
Wednesday, November 1 – Wittenberg University
Thursday, November 2 – Denison University, University of Mount Saint Joseph
UPCOMING TEAM MASSES (all Masses at 7:20 a.m.):
Football Teams: Friday, OCT 27
Dare to Care and St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church need volunteers. Start service hours now! See the bulletin board outside of T215 for more information.
Junior Retreats have started! Not sure when you go? Check the rosters posted outside Campus Ministry offices and in your theology classrooms. On your retreat day, report to the cafeteria instead of first block. You can dress down in jeans, a collared shirt or Trinity t-shirt, and sneakers. You’ll be off campus all day and lunch is included.
- Tuesday, October 31 Gadd – Grimm
- Wednesday, November 1 Gruneisen – Hughes
- Tuesday, November 28 Hurst – Kulmer
There will be a brief, mandatory meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 31, for seniors going on the November retreat. On Tuesday, report to the chapel after the senior bell. The meeting will last about 15 minutes.
Students: Don’t forget to start your service hours. There are lots of great opportunities during October, including helping with 5K runs and tutoring. For more information see the bulletin board outside of T215.
Need service hours? Usher the fall play! Sign up now! Please see Ms. Durbin in T316
Last Thursday your very own Trinity Rook Rocks began their campaign for chess glory with an impressive 3-2 win over Seneca High School. Adam “Adam” Lanham and Ethan “The Bison” Gruneisen picked up early wins against their opponents, while Matthew Hubbuch and Trevor Gibb suffered heart-rending defeats to their formidable opponents. The match came down to the fifth board, where Travis “the Nihilist” Nilest was locked in a fierce battle with Calik Cash from Seneca. After confounding Cash by attempting to castle with his queen in the opening – “Oh. Is that the queen?” – Nilest mounted a furious pawn push in the endgame, forcing his opponent’s king into the corner and vanquishing him with a ruthless checkmate. Wild celebration ensued, as Nilest was carried from the match on the shoulders of his teammates.
Attention all food lovers and Culinary Club members: The Club will cook again today. Make plans to stay after school today to cook another great meal. See you in the kitchen!
Green Cross Service Club is hosting a session of Students Offering Sandwiches today. Started by Trinity’s own Ryan Biddle, this simple activity puts together brown bag sandwich lunches for the homeless and helps to feed people who otherwise would go without. Bring a loaf of bread or six and if you can get a variety pack of chips, that would be great, too. Peanut butter and jelly will be provided. Come make sandwiches until the bread runs out and do something good to give back to those around us. We will be in Mr. Budniak’s lab from 3-4 p.m.
The World Language Clubs will have their annual bowling competition at Ten Pin Lanes on Wednesday, November 8 from 3:15-4:30 p.m. Please meet in F237 right after school. Be sure and bring $10-$15.
Dunk Club: Our next trips to Sky Zone are Friday, Nov. 17, and Friday, Dec. 1 after school. You MUST have a permission form to dunk with us. You also need a Sky Zone waiver. See Ms. Flipper soon if you need a ride. Follow us on twitter: @dunk_club.
The next Archery Club shoot will be Wednesday November 1, 2017 at the Cherokee Park range. Admission is free. Hope to see you there.
The Axiom magazine is looking for visual artists to create art for magazine spreads and Axiom events. Interested? See Ms. Flipper in S356.
Trinity’s Axiom magazine is holding its first ever Halloween art and writing publication contest. There will be prizes and legendary notoriety. Pieces should address the contest theme: Dreams and Nightmares. Submit to Ms. Flipper in S356 or email@example.com by October 31.
The Inner Peace Club will meet on October 30 during advising in the chapel. Anyone interested is invited to join. Slips for returning to Advising will be provided. All you need to bring are some good vibes. If you have any questions see Mr. Schum in F245.
Are you interested in Computer Programming? Do you know how to code and want to learn more? Do you want to share your knowledge with others who want to learn how to program? Are you interested in learning to write code to tell a computer what to do? Stop by the Technology Center on any Monday after school and join the Coding Club! See Mrs. Mason for more information.
Trinity’s Robotics Club is meeting every Tuesday after school in the Technology Center. Come be part of a team that is designing, building and programming a VEX robot for competition. Check out this year’s competition game at vexrobotics.com, and then come be part of the team.
Basketball tryouts for freshmen playing a fall sport (football, cross country, soccer and golf) will take place after school this Friday, Oct. 27 from 2:15 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. in Shamrock Hall and Saturday morning from 9 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. in Shamrock Hall. Again, these are tryouts for those invited back from round one of tryouts, or those who participated in a fall sport.