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An Update Regarding COVID-19 and Trinity

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From Dr. Mullen I believe we are ready for the scheduled three-week move to a campus shut down and online learning. Some important notes: We will post important information on our web site under NEWS. We will also tweet when we have posted something. Dr. Zoeller will also email parents if something needs to be […]

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Trinity Students Attend Nonviolence Symposium

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Recently, Trinity juniors Josh Domzalski, Jack Ferree, Chris Forehand, Dylan McGrath, Owen Neumayer, Blake Ruffin, John Vanetti, Ryan Wiseman and Vince Wolfram attended a Nonviolence Symposium with Trinity Campus Minister Chris Luken. The Drepung Gomang Center for Engaging Compassion hosted the Louisville Engaging Nonviolence Symposium: Empowered Young Leaders. About 75 students from various local high schools attended […]

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Archdiocese of Louisville Catholic Schools Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

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Archdiocese of Louisville Catholic Schools Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update March 12, 2020 On Wednesday, March 11, Governor Andy Beshear told school leaders in Kentucky to prepare for possible school closings for a period of time as one of several preventive measures to address the COVID-19 outbreak. Archdiocese of Louisville Catholic schools are preparing to respond to […]

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Special Announcement Regarding CelebraTion 2020

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Given the COVID-19 pandemic and following recommendations from local government and health officials, we are making the difficult decision to cancel the on-campus CelebraTion dinner auction for this year. This event attracts a large segment of the population that is vulnerable to this virus. This is a very painful decision to make. It impacts hundreds of hours […]

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A Message from Trinity High School Regarding the Coronavirus

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As part of Trinity’s ongoing efforts to assist in slowing the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we ask that any student or employee who is traveling to an area with significant spread of the virus stay home for 14 days following his or her return. Currently the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has designated the […]

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An Update from the Archdiocese on the Coronavirus

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Archdiocese of Louisville Catholic Schools Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update March 9, 2020 As of this morning, four (4) cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) have been confirmed in Kentucky with one (1) of those cases in Jefferson County. The state of Kentucky has a web page with the latest information about the coronavirus: https://chfs.ky.gov/agencies/dph/Pages/covid19.aspx Following news briefings from […]

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