TTV for Friday, April 28, 2017

Academic News

Seniors, your yellow, blue, and green sheets were due yesterday. Please put them in the boxes on the counter in Academic Services. This is important for Awards Day and graduation information.

Attention all students in Mr. Bryant’s fourth block Green Day PE class. Just a reminder that you are to report to R162 immediately after school today.

For those still needing those last few service hours, you are in luck. Harbor House of Louisville is hosting their Ken-Ducky Derby at Waterfront Park this Saturday and is need of volunteers.  The main time frame help is needed is 6:30-8:30 in the evening. For more information and a link to the Signup Genius, see the signs outside Campus Ministry.

Do you like classic rock-n-roll? Are you a fan of the Rolling Stones, Nirvana, Tom Petty, Bill Withers, CCR?  If so, you’ll want to attend THS’s music concert this Sunday evening. This concert will feature a program of all-classic rock music. Come hear your Trinity brothers perform songs such as Bad Moon Rising, Sweet Home Alabama, Free Fallin’, and Smells Like Teen Spirit. Again, that’s Sunday in the theater at 7:00 p.m.  Admission is free. See you there!

Attention all students taking Advanced Placement exams: On Monday, students taking the Chemistry, Environmental Science AP exams are to report to the library at 7:45 for your exam. On Monday, students taking the Psychology AP exam are to report to the library at 12:15. All students are reminded that they should bring two #2 pencils and 2 black or dark blue ink pens. Electronic devices, including phones, should be left in student lockers.  Food or drink are not allowed in the testing rooms.  Please remember that late students will not be admitted to testing rooms after exam packets are unsealed, about 5 minutes into the testing session, so be on time! If you have any questions or concerns, contact Mr. Ward prior to your exam time in T125.

Anyone needing a few service hours should see Ms. Durbin in T316. She needs a few students to serve soft drinks during a party in Convocation Hall on Saturday, May 13 from 6 to 10 p.m.

If anyone needs service hours, please see Ms. Clay in F232. You can benefit Big Brothers/Big Sisters by volunteering to give out water at the KY Derby Marathon this Saturday at Iroquois Park.

Activity News

Best Buddies and Film Club – you have until 2:15 today to turn in your ticket request for Guardians of the Galaxy. We are going next Friday at four at Cinemark St. Matthews. Your ticket is free as long as you’re part of this pre-order!

Current NHS juniors, don’t forget voting for next year’s officers ends Friday. See Mrs. deGolian with questions.

Current sophomores and juniors not in NHS, applications for membership are due Monday. Get an application from Mrs. deGolian in the library, and she her with questions.

Dunk Club members: If you ordered a T-shirt from Ms. Flipper, please see her to pay for it as soon as possible. Payment should be made by Wednesday, May 3. Cost is $13 cash or check made out to Trinity Campus Store. Also, there will be one final Dunk Club trip to Skyzone on Friday, May 12. See Ms. Flipper for details.

The Book Club will have its last meeting of the year on Tuesday, May 9 in the library. For more information, see Mr. Schum in F245.

Attention all sophomores and juniors who are not currently members of the BETA Club: Applications to become a BETA Club member for the 2017-18 school year are now available. Candidates must have and maintain at GPA of 3.0. Candidates are also selected based on leadership qualities, roles of service, and good character. If interested, in becoming a member, please pick up an application from Ms. Darby in S352 or Mr. Becker in F234. Applications must be completed and returned on or before Friday, May 12. If you have any questions, see Ms. Darby or Mr. Becker. Present BETA Club members do not need to reapply for next school year. If you are a member in good standing, your membership will extend through your senior year.

The Junior Formal for the Class of 2018 will be held on Saturday, May 13 from 9-midnight in the South Wing of the Kentucky Exposition Center. Tickets are $40 per couple and can be purchased during lunches on Green days or in Mr. Manning’s office T112 before or after school any day.

Sports News

Any tennis player who ordered team and individual pictures can pick those up in the Athletic Office.

Tuesday was Senior Night for your Trinity Baseball Rocks as they defeated Seneca 11 to 1 in five innings. Senior Price Adams picked up the win on the mound and senior Matt Higgins hit two doubles and drove in two runs. Senior Mike Blair also drove in two runs, while Juniors Ben Metzinger, Noah Baugher, and Dylan Byerly collected extra-base hits and drove in a combined five runs. Yesterday, varsity defeated Tates Creek in their first game of the L.I.T. Senior Brandon Pfaadt picked up the win on the mound while senior Matt Higgins doubled twice and Junior Dylan Byerly crushed a three-run home run. Your varsity Rocks will continue their play in the LIT this weekend with games against Christian Academy and Highlands starting tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. Last night’s win brings the varsity record to 19-4 as they continue to sit a top the poll as the #1 team in the state.

On Thursday, your Lacrosse Rocks beat Collegiate 19-6 at Champions Trace. Trinity had a 5-3 lead in the first quarter before the Rocks went on a monster 14-1 run to end the first half to stick it to the Titans. Logan Noland had 6 goals and 1 assist, Max Turnier had 1 goal and 5 assists, Bryce Lowe had 5 goals and 1 assist, and Lucas Porter had 3 assists. Aaron Higdon won all 15 faceoffs that he took. The Lax Rocks return to action Derby week with a game at Henry Clay and senior night at home on Thursday against Ballard.

 


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