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.
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On Saturday, Nov. 4, members of the Speech Team traveled to LaRue County High School to compete in the Ruth Blair Invitational. Claiming top honors for the Rocks were sophomore Porter Hunt, who placed 6th in Impromptu Speaking, sophomore Gus Boyer, who placed 5th in...read more
Trinity will host the annual fall Red Cross Blood Drive on Thursday, Nov. 16, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Shamrock Hall Gymnasium. Students, family members, alumni and friends (16 years and older) are encouraged to attend and donate blood. Sign-ups for students...read more
For ticket information to The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged, contact Joy Durbin at 736-2188 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Adults $12 and Seniors/Students $10read more