Even though much of Trinity now functions in a paperless environment, large schools still produce and use paper products. As well, the school receives numerous mailings each day.
The Trinity Environmental Club exists because of a passionate desire by some of Trinity’s students to do something about the large amount of paper that was being generated and discarded throughout the school year.
The club has taken on the weekly task of picking up white paper and newspaper and getting it to the on-campus recycling center. Students of all years are welcome to join the effort.
As we see and feel the weather turning, here are some reminders about Trinity’s procedures for weather delays or cancellations. The decision to close schools due to weather conditions will be announced via radio and TV for the Catholic schools of Jefferson County....read more
Documents for the Ski & Snowboard Club have been updated for the current school year. See Sr. Cash for information regarding online Master of the Mountain program. Find more on the Ski & Snowboard Club...read more
All Seniors: Please preorder your senior sweatshirt 1/4 zip either online www.trinitycampusstore.com or in the Trinity Campus Store. The cost is $27. There is a size large sample in the store. Please feel free to stop in for sizing. The senior theme patch will be on...read more