Community Service hours and expectations have been suspended until students and agencies can safely serve.
Trinity is following guidelines provided by the governor and the Kentucky Department of Education.
Trinity recognizes the importance of service as part of our Catholic faith, and we encourage safe and contactless service when and where it can be completed, but there are no academic requirements or penalties tied into the final exams.
A list of safe, contactless service is now available:
Social Distance Service Opportunities:
Saint Vincent de Paul
Donations of clothing, small appliances, jewelry, furniture, household items, linens, books, toys, tools, unopened health and beauty items
Drop off sites: 11:00am-3:00pm Tuesday-Saturday
248 E. Market St. 40202
2217 Hikes Lane 40218
10280 Shelbyville Rd 40223
Donate new or gently used shoes
Drop off sites: Ken Combs Running Store, Footworks Louisville, Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Quest Outdoors
Family Scholar House
Contact: Kenzie Hawkins firstname.lastname@example.org
Below is a list of things students can do to help families.
1. Read a book to kids online for distribution. Students can record themselves reading a children’s book and then send the video to Family Scholar House. Family Scholar House will edit the videos and send them out to their families through a private network.
2. Create fun math problems/fun “indoor workout” that Family Scholar House kids can do. For example, “2 + 5 = 7. Do that many jumping jacks.” This is best done in digital format, sharing it as either a doc or pdf.
3. Write notes to the scholars – the students can email notes or take pictures and send to Family Scholar House. They will be printed off and distribute to families. Students can also film inspirational videos for students or scholars to help keep spirits up and help scholars feel connected.
4. Sponsor a donation drive for pantry items (spaghetti, spaghetti sauce, canned goods, etc.) and school supplies.
Write letters of support and gratitude to military families and donors.
See Mr. Luken in T215 or email email@example.com for form letter.
Random Acts of Electronic Kindness
Reach out to a family member, friend or acquaintance on social media and send them an uplifting message.
Help neighbors in need, clean up common areas or help around your own house more.