A Message About Our Upcoming Calendar
Dr. Rob Mullen
Beginning November 23, Trinity will join other Catholic schools in following a request by the local health department to return to all online instruction for a period of time. This request stems from the rise in COVID-19 cases locally. The health department believes going online will assist them by allowing them to focus on the larger community spread. You may have seen recent news reports confirming a rise of such infections among children and youth. This schedule will be in effect until January 8. We hope to return to our “Hybrid Wednesday” schedule on January 11.
Our calendar and bell schedule can be found below.
A special note about Wednesdays: they will remain as work days. While classes will not be conducted, teachers can be reached online from 9 a.m. until noon. Some teachers may conduct small group meetings at school. Counselors will be available to assist students needing extra help.
This is not a complete lock-down as was done last spring. Our offices will remain open, purchases can be made online from the Campus Store, and some after-school activities will continue according to guidelines from the Kentucky Department of Education, Kentucky High School Athletic Association, etc.
The local health department and the state health department still require parents to notify the school of positive COVID-19 cases. Please contact Jacqueline Harrell at 736-2199 or firstname.lastname@example.org if your son contracts the virus, even if during the Christmas holidays.
Watch for a video from Dr. Zoeller on Friday with more details.