Parents

Mass with the Archbishop

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On Thursday, March 14, the Trinity Family will gather for an all-school Mass with the Archbishop of Louisville, Joseph E. Kurtz H’15. Join us as we pause during the normal buzy-ness of the year to celebrate Mass with the Archbishop. Parents and friends are cordially invited to attend. This is a gathering as a community […]

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Friday Online Day

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Friday’s win by our Basketball Rocks at Rupp Arena means Trinity will have another Green Online Learning Day on Friday. Students should check Rockspace for lessons anytime after noon. Thursday is a White Day at school. Green Day teachers may delay posting Green Day grades for the 3rd Quarter to allow for more class meeting time […]

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Bus Rockin’ to Rupp on Friday

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With the first-round victory, once again Trinity is looking into the possibility of offering bus transportation for Trinity students to the KHSAA Sweet Sixteen game on Friday, March 8. To secure a bus for the trip, we will need at least 40 students to reserve a spot on the bus. (Spots quickly sold out earlier […]

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Exchange Hosts Needed

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Kinsale Community School, a school in Ireland, is looking for four families that might host two students each during their stay from April 23-28 (for five nights). The students are part of a robotics team competing in an international competition those days. More information about the school can be found here. The school is also […]

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Wednesday, March 6

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Once again, a reminder that school is not in session on campus on Wednesday, and all school offices are closed to allow the school family to travel to Lexington to support the Basketball Rocks in the Sweet Sixteen at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday will be an online Green Day. Should the Rocks advance on Wednesday, we […]

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HB 205

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Momentum is building towards passing HB 205. HB 205 would create a Scholarship Tax Credit program that will make K-12 tuition at non-public schools, including faith-based schools, more affordable for thousands of Kentucky families. You can click here and send an email to your state representative. It only takes a couple of minutes to make a difference! […]

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