Trinity News

Bell Schedule Reminder for Hybrid Schedule Beginning October 26

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MONDAY – TUESDAY – THURSDAY -FRIDAY   Class Times     Advising 8:00 – 8:55     Period 1 9:00 – 10:15               Period 2 10:20 – 11:35              Lunch I 11:35 – 12:05 12:10  – 1:25 Period 3 Lunch II 12:15 – 12:45 11:40 – 12:15 12:50  –  1:25   Lunch […]

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Soccer Rocks Fall Just Short in Region Semifinals

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Coach Dale Helfrich, his nine seniors and the Soccer Rocks battled valiantly last night in a 7th Region tournament semifinal game before dropping a 1 – 0 contest to St. X.  The Tigers scored within the first (4) minutes of the game. After that, the teams went back and forth for (76) minutes with neither […]

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Smile! Trinity Picture Days Start Monday, Oct. 26

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Picture day is scheduled for Monday October 26, Tuesday October 27, Thursday October 29 and Friday October 30 when students are in-person for their Math class.   Students should dress in a SHIRT & TIE and remember to bring a SPORTS JACKET to school.   Every student will receive a basic package of pictures which includes a 5×7 and 4 wallets.  Additional pictures can be […]

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The Trinity Family Gathers to Honor Steven Tompkins

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Missy Tompkins invited members of the Trinity Family to join family members for a memorial service for Steven the morning of Saturday, October 10. A tree was planted with prayers led by former Trinity faculty member Father Ron Domhoff. Trinity Forever!

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Travel Quarantine Guidelines Over Fall Break

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A reminder from the Trinity Student Affairs office: If you plan on traveling out of state over Fall Break, be sure to check the state’s website, kycovid19.ky.gov, for a list of states subject to a 14-day quarantine. Families staying overnight in any of these states are expected to inform the school and comply with quarantine […]

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A Message from Trinity President Dr. Rob Mullen

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I hope this beautiful fall weather is uplifting. In the coming days there will be more attention given to Jefferson County moving towards the Governor’s “red” category. His rating system has to do with the number of positive cases per 100,000 residents. When a county hits the “red” threshold he issues recommendations, not requirements. Each […]

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