Trinity News

Dr. Zoeller’s November 20 Friday Send-Off

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Nov. 20, 2020 Trinity Principal Dr. Dan Zoeller addresses the Trinity High School community. A Message About Our Upcoming Calendar Dr. Rob Mullen Beginning November 23, Trinity, and all other schools, must move to online learning per the Governor’s recent Executive Order. His order stems from the rise in COVID-19 cases. Our new schedule will be […]

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The 2020 ACCOMMODATE College Fair

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Every year Mrs. Mary Ann Hall and Mrs. Lucia Simpson help the Archdiocese put on the Accommodate College and Career Fair that is geared toward our students with learning differences. Last year, Trinity hosted it.  It is completely virtual this year. The Archdiocese of Louisville is sponsoring the annual ACCOMMODATE 2020: A College and Career […]

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A Message About Our Upcoming Calendar

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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 […]

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KHSAA Football Playoffs – Update

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Over the weekend, Marshall County High School informed us that they will withdraw from the KHSAA football playoffs due to issues related to COVID.  As a result, Trinity will receive a 1st round playoff bye and will not play this Friday, November 20. Our next scheduled playoff game is Friday, November 27 at home vs […]

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Change in Class Schedule

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Change in Class Schedule Dr. Rob Mullen As I mentioned in Thursday’s T-Blast, changes in our daily class schedule could be coming due to the rise in COVID-19 cases locally. Well, just today, the health department and the Archdiocese are recommending all schools go to “all online” instruction from Nov. 23 until Jan. 11. We […]

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Rocks Welcome Eighth-Graders and Families to ‘Reimagined’ Open House

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From The ECHO Staff: COVID-19 brought about a number of changes to Trinity’s annual Open House. Those changes, however, did not prevent the Rocks from safely welcoming eighth-graders and their families to campus Nov. 7 and 8. Trinity President Dr. Rob Mullen praised the “reimagining” of this important event by the Open House team, led by […]

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