Grandparent Mass is Sunday, September 9 on National Grandparents’ Day. Campus Ministry will host a mass for Trinity students and their grandparents at 10 a.m. in Convocation Hall. Honor your grandparents and the unique relationship you share by inviting them to join you at this special event. Parents and other family members are welcome to attend.
College visits are 2nd and 3rd lunch unless otherwise specified.
Tuesday, September 4: Davidson College, Hanover College, University of South Alabama and Vanderbilt University
Wednesday, September 5: Miami University Oxford, Seton Hall University, the University of Tennessee – Knoxville, and University of Kentucky
Thursday, September 6: Berry College, Nova Southeastern University, and Wofford College.
Thursday, September 6 (3rd lunch only): Earlham College
The Congressional App Challenge is designed to engage student creativity and encourage their participation in STEM education fields – that’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Math . This nationwide event allows high school students from across the country to compete against their peers by creating and exhibiting their software application, or “app,” for mobile, tablet, or computer devices on a platform of their choice. If you know how to code, and have an idea for a game or want to create an app to solve a problem or make a task easier – you should enter this challenge! You can work alone, or with a team of up to 4 students. You can register now, and submit your app later…. If you register before September 10, you will receive early incentives. Apps are due by October 15. See Mrs. Mason in the Technology Center for more information or visit www.congressionalappchallnge.us/
Today is the last day to make a schedule change for electives! Get to academic services ASAP!
Upcoming team masses to be held at 7:20 a.m. in the chapel before school:
Cross Country Team – Tuesday, September 4
Wrestling Team – Thursday, September 6
Baseball Team – Friday, September 7
Volleyball Team – Monday, September 10
Basketball Team – Tuesday, September 11
Powerlifting Team – Thursday, September 13
Lacrosse Teams – Friday, September 14
Senior Retreat rosters are posted outside of the Campus Ministry offices in Old Trinity Hall, T212 and T215.
Mandatory info meeting at 2:50 on Thursday, Sept. 6, in the Chapel for those going on Senior Retreat #1 (Sept. 11-14). If you cannot attend, see Mrs. Emrich in Campus Ministry as soon as possible.
Chick-Fil-A at Stony Brook and Bardstown Rd are hiring. Contact Kaelyn Harris, Director of Talent Acquisition, (270) 312-5363, KHarrisCFA@gmail.com or apply online at LouisvilleCFA.com
Writing Lab in F232 will be helping students Monday-Thursday from 3 – 3:30. All students who want help revising or starting a paper are welcome!
Seniors need to have their picture taken for the yearbook by OCTOBER 1! Please contact Signature Studios for an appointment at 896-1393. The cost is $10 and they will supply the tuxedo. You are not required to purchase additional pictures.
VOTE for Trinity to host the WHAS11 Gametime LIVE Game of the Week
Home game vs. Male on Friday, Sept. 7.
Voting will be from 10 a.m. Monday to 5 p.m. Friday at:
VOTE early and often for Trinity!
Students in need of a “free” Tarc/Library ID need to come to academic services today to sign up!
In June of 2019, Trinity students will travel abroad to become living witnesses to the atrocities brought about during World War II and by the Nazi Party’s Final Solution. Students will have an opportunity to make real-life connections to events typically only studied in history books.
All interested Trinity students and their families are invited to come find out more about this exciting opportunity and how it connects us to a piece of living history.
WHAT: WWII and the Holocaust on the Western Front, tour informational meeting
WHEN: Monday, September 10 at 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Trinity High School, F140, use the entrance off Alumni Hall patio with the small green awning.
For those unable to attend, please email Ms. Darby for details at email@example.com
The next marquee event will be the varsity football game against Male on Friday, September 7 at Trinity. The House with the most attendees at both marquees will earn a breakfast at their House meeting on September 10 or 11.
The Soccer Kick finals will take place on Thursday, September 6 during Advising at 2:15 p.m. on Jansing Field.
Best Buddies is a nonprofit organization here at Trinity dedicated to creating opportunities for one-on-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In Best Buddies, you will have fun, form relationships, and learn to be inclusive. This year, we will be planning events and working closely with Sacred Heart Academy. Learn how you can become a Best Buddy by attending our informational meeting on Wednesday, September 5 after school in room F139. There are leadership positions currently available. See Mr. Blakeslee if you have any questions.
Do you know someone who owns a drone? What if everyone owned a drone? How might that improve society? How might it cause problems? These questions and others will be pondered this year by the Future Problem Solving Team. Future Problem Solving – or FPS – will have its very first meeting Tuesday, September 4 at 3 p.m. in the Library Media Center. This will be a short opening meeting. Last year’s FPS team finished 14th at state and this year, they hope to go even further. If you love spit balling ideas, thinking into the future, collaborating on solving problems, debating ethics, and eating yummy snacks, this is the team for you. If interested, come after school to the information session on September 4 in the Library Media Center, or stop by and see Mr. Jones.
Knock knock. Who’s there? The Comedy Club. The Comedy Club Who? The Comedy Club will be having a very short information session on Friday, September 7 after school in room S256 – which is a terrible punch line for a joke. Whether you’re into teacher impressions, celebrity impressions, improvisational comedy, or producing viral comedy for YouTube, the Comedy Club has you covered. If you’re an aspiring comedian, please make every attempt to attend. Or see Mr. Jones for details.
Rock Climbing Club will meet in Mr. Serochi’s room, C176 after school on Tuesday, September 4.
The path to greatness begins with the first step. If you’d like to play chess like Magnus Carlsen, take the first step and come to chess club immediately after school Wednesday, September 5 in Mr. Kusch’s room S156. See you there.
Greenwell’s Glorious Gaming Group will be held Fridays from 2-3:30 in F232. If you play (or want to learn how to play) Dungeons and Dragons, this is the place! Also home to Yu-Gi-Oh!, Hearthstone, and Magic: The Gathering card players.
The Woodworking Club will have its first meeting Wednesday, September 5 at 3 p.m. in Mr. Hull’s room, C173. This will be a very short opening meeting, followed by a full session the following Wednesday, September 12. We will meet approximately every other Wednesday for the remainder of the semester. There are only 4 openings left for this club. Those slots will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. If interested, please see Mr. Hull or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fulfill our call to bury the dead and earn service hours by seeing Mrs. deGolian in the library to join the St. Joseph of Arimathea Society.
If you are interested in ping pong, you can join the Ping Pong Club. The PPC meets every other Thursday from 3:10 to 4:10 in Convocation Hall. Please sign up with Mr. CM, ASAP in room F134. The first meeting will be on Thursday, September 6.
Students, if you feel that a career in architecture, engineering or construction work may be in your future, then the ACE is just for you. What is ACE? ACE mentoring program provides students with an opportunity to collaborate and learn from professionals in the field of design and construction. Experts will share advice and valuable skills about what’s needed to be successful. You will also complete an actual project and have the chance to make good contacts and earn scholarship money at the end of the process. If you are interested in learning more about ACE, then please see Mr. CM in F134. Also, those students who were in the program last year need to reconfirm their interest by signing up again. The ACE Club will meet every other Wednesday, and the first meeting will be Tuesday, September 4 in F134.
Look around you. You are surrounded by a world full of electronics? But, how does it all work? Would you like to gain more insight into this subject? If so, sign up for the Electronics Club with Mr. CM in F134. This hands-on club includes activities like soldering, de-soldering components, and the assembling of small circuits for various applications, and in the process you can learn some of the basics of electricity and electronics. This club will meet every other Monday starting today in room F134.
Hello Trinity. The Saints Peter and Paul Society is a new spiritual formation activity beginning here at Trinity. Students who wish to draw closer to God and each other in our Christian community are invited to attend an organizational meeting on Wednesday, September 6 in F245. What this group will do is dependent upon student input so you are encouraged to join us. If you cannot make it or have questions see Mr. Schum or Mr. Magre.
It’s that time again. Let’s talk books. Book Club will hold its first meeting of the year on Thursday, September 13 in the library. All students are invited to attend. For more information, see Mr. Schum in F245.
The Senior Flag Corps is a special group of seniors who represent the school by participating in the pre-game Flag Ceremony held at home Trinity Football games. The Flag Corps is dedicated to maintaining the dignity of these ceremonies, and they are widely appreciated by both home and visiting fans. Their work has been copied and used elsewhere in many high school stadiums. As a member of the Senior Flag Corps, you will meet about a half an hour before home football games, lower the American flag, fold it, and take it to the home side of the stands. Then you return to the visitor’s side. Some honorees are announced, and members of the Trinity chorus start singing God Bless America. At this point you walk to the middle of the field and receive the flag from the honorees, and carry it to the flagpole, where you attach it and turn the crank to raise the flag while everyone sings the Star Spangled Banner. That’s it – then you can return to the student section and cheer for the ROCKS! See Mrs. Mason in the Technology Center if you are interested in joining the Senior Flag Corps!
Attention current members of Trinity’s bowling team or ANY Trinity students interested in trying out for this year’s team. Trinity bowling coach John McCarthy is holding an informational team meeting on Tuesday, September 11 at 3 p.m. in Ms. Darby’s room S-352. Coach McCarthy will talk about this year’s bowling schedule, team specifics and encourage all students interested in trying out for the team to get to Ten Pin lanes for practice prior to the team season. Please see Ms. Darby S352 if you have questions or need more information.
Attention all volleyball players. Please meet Coach Gillooly in front of Shamrock Hall on Friday, September 7 at 5:45 pm.
Basketball will have Open Gym in Shamrock Hall from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesdays & Thursdays (open to all students).
If you are planning to travel to Moeller this Friday for varsity football… PLEASE NOTE:
Game will be played at Lockland Stadium (Roettger Stadium)
located at 124 Anna Street, Lockland, Ohio 45215 (Wyoming area of Cincinnati)
(NOT at the high school)
Kick off at 7 pm; Gates open at 6 pm $8.00 walk up general admission
Not attending listen to 970AM-WGTK