Daily Announcements for Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Office News

Bring $1 or more on Thursday, March 8 for the Rice Bowl and get a “casual dress day”.

Class of 2019: Get a head start on your college applications and sign up for this summer’s College Application Camp. See Mr. Manning or Ms. Stich for more information.

Tickets will be on sale for Rock of Ages during lunches, before and after school starting today! Students may purchase a ticket with their Trinity i.d. for $8, during school hours only! If purchased at the box office, they will be $10. All other tickets are $12 adults and $10 seniors/students.

Junior Overnight Retreat: Finding God in Nature. April 17-18 (24 hours), $75. Includes fishing, hiking, zip line, and other outdoor activities. Sign up deadline: Friday, March 9. See Mrs. Emrich T212 or Mrs. Durbin T316 for release form.

Upcoming team masses to be held at 7:20 a.m. in the chapel before school:

Cross Country – today

Powerlifting Team – Thursday, March 8

Lacrosse Teams – Friday, March 9

Come Rock out and earn some service hours! Usher spots are available for ROCK OF AGES! First come, first serve. Hurry! Spots are filling quickly. See Mrs. Durbin in T316 or email durbin@trinityrocks.com with your preference. Please note: These hours are for Beta and NHS, not theology class.

The Louisville Bar Association’s 2018 Summer Law Institute (SLI): The SLI will be held at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law the week of Sunday, June 10 to Saturday, June 16. This is a 7- day residential program for high school students interested in the law and the legal profession. As in prior years, we hope to have field trips to the federal courthouse, the Judicial Center, and Bellarmine University. The daily agenda will include panel discussions with attorneys and judges, mock trial sessions, and topics taught by attorneys and law school professors. The SLI is funded in part by the Louisville Bar Foundation which allows us to keep the cost to students at $200, including housing and meals. A limited number of scholarships are available. The application deadline is Wednesday, April 11 and applications should be mailed to the Louisville Bar Association or scanned and emailed to lhardwick@loubar.org. Applications are available online or in academic services.

Louis-Edward Nicklies Scholarship Fund. Students must be pursuing a career in Law, Engineering, Teaching, Medicine, or Ministry, and must enroll at an accredited institution in Jefferson County, KY. The deadline is March 23, 2018. See Mr. Manning or Ms. Stich for the application.

Junior Retreats have started up again! 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 1st 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, March 13             Rogers – Stevenson

Tuesday, March 20            Stivers – Vanlandingham

Thursday, April 26             Vega – Zupetz

4th Day meetings on Thursdays during Advising for Seniors who have been on a senior retreat. The meetings begin at 2:15 and Campus Ministry will give you a pass to return to your Advising.

Seniors: Prom tickets on sale now during lunches. $60 per couple. Prom will be held at the Mellwood Arts Center on March 9 from 9 p.m.- Midnight.

House News

Toussaint House will be collecting shoes for Waterstep through March 15. Shoes can be athletic including spikes, dress shoes, sandals, house shoes. Shoes cannot have stains, holes or paint on them. Bins for the shoes are located in the following classrooms, Mr. Chancellor, Ms. Comstock, Mrs. Miller, Mr. Napper and Mr. Wunderlin. Bins are also located outside of Mr. Budniak’s classroom as well as Convocation Hall before you enter the Art rooms. If you have questions see Dr. Striegel in T123.

Becket House will collect goods and money for the KY Humane Society during the first full week of March. Donation should be dropped off to Ms. Clay.

Activities

“Shamrock and Rock” is this year’s theme for the 45th Annual St Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 10. Come and cheer our very own Shamrock and Rock Trinity Drum Line as they march and drum along Bardstown Road. Parade starts at 3 p.m.

Attention all food lovers and Culinary Club members: It’s a busy week for the Culinary Club. The Culinary Club will meet this week on Thursday, March 8. Make plans to stay and make another great meal. Also, Culinary Club members are needed to help during Celebration on Saturday, March 10. See Dr. Heaverin or Chef Lee Ashbrook for more information. See you in the kitchen!

Attention Beta Club Members: Members are needed to work the Parent Teacher Conferences on Tuesday, March 13 from 2:15 to 6 p.m. You can work the entire Conference time or work for a 2 hour shift. See Mr. Becker or Mr. Aberli to sign up.

Attention all French, German, Spanish, and Chinese Clubs: The World Language Clubs are going to Oriental House for Chinese cuisine tomorrow after school, from 3:15 to 5 p.m. Students need to bring $20 for their early Chinese dinner. See you then!

The new Bitcoin Club! Don’t know what that is? Come find out! Bitcoin has gone up 1200% in the past year. There will be successful Bitcoin guest speakers at the meeting on tomorrow. The club will meet in Mr. Backes’s room F243.

Attention all students not currently involved in a “spring” or “club” sport here at Trinity. On March 15, in the Convocation Hall at 3:15, there will be an “all-class” ping pong tournament. If you are interested, show up in the Convocation Hall on that day no later then 3:10 p.m.

The Book Club will meet on Tuesday, March 20 in the library after school.  Refreshments will be served.  For more information, see Mr. Schum in F245.

Athletics

Your Lacrosse Rocks opened the 2018 season this weekend with two wins against Tennessee teams. The LAX Rocks traveled to Nashville on Saturday & beat Montgomery Bell Academy for a 14-10 win. Jonathan Endicott scored four goals, Logan Noland scored three, and goalie Jake Sedgwick made 14 saves in the win. Aaron Higdon & Kevin Lambe combined to win 22 of 28 faceoffs to help dominate possession. The JV Rocks also won on Saturday, conquering the younger Big Red squad 16-4. Less than 24 hours & a mother/son mass later, the Lacrosse Rocks beat Christian Brothers High School from Memphis on Sunday by a score of 15-4. Scott Graehler paced the offense with 3 goals & 2 assists, Jake Sedgwick backstopped a stout rocks defense, and once again Higdon & Lambe gave the offense lots of opportunities by winning nearly all of the game’s faceoffs. The lacrosse season continues when the Rocks host Culver Military Academy, who are ranked #1 in the country by Inside Lacrosse. The game will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 11 in Marshall Stadium.

Barbell Club practice will be Mondays at 5:15 and Tuesday and Thursday at 4:30. New members are welcome!

 


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