Daily Announcements for Friday, March 15, 2019

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Attention all Freshmen: Freshman Retreats will start next week. Your retreat will last 2 blocks and will be on campus. You will have a free dress day and can wear shorts or athletic pants. These are mandatory for all freshmen.  If you are absent, you will be rescheduled. Your advisor or theology teacher will give you more information about your retreat dates.

Aquinas: Tuesday, 3-4

Becket: Wednesday, 1-2

Dante: Wednesday, 3-4

Flannan: Thursday, 1-2

Gonzaga: Thursday, 3-4

Merton: Tues. 3/26, 3-4

Patrick: Wed. 3/27, 1-2

Romero: Wed. 3/27, 3-4

Seton: Thurs. 3/28, 1-2

Toussaint: Thurs. 3/28, 3-4

Dress down day on Thursday, March 21 for a $1 donation for Catholic Relief Services and Rice Bowl.

All students needing quick and easy service hours: The Green Cross is looking for a group of students to do some simple roadside/parking lot clean-up of the businesses across the street from Trinity.  We will be working from 2:15 until about 3:30 today. Please see Mr. Budniak if you can help!

Evergreen Animal Hospital is extending an opportunity for someone to become a vet assistant if interested. Call Brook at 502-244-2068.

Quills Coffee has requested Trinity students not use their store as a cut through in either the morning or afternoon. Please honor this request. Mr. Perkins and Mr. Henning would rather not have to write you a jug for this.

Tickets on sale now for Tarzan! Go to www.trinitydota.com to purchase, adults $15 and seniors/students $13. For a discounted $10 Trinity student ticket, see Mrs. Durbin in academic services before school, during lunches and after school.

The Sts. Peter and Paul Society will offer Stations of the Cross during Lent on Friday afternoons in the Chapel starting @ 2 p.m.  Stations of the Cross are a traditional Catholic prayer that remembers Jesus’ way of the cross.  It can be a powerful prayer experience.  All are welcomed.

Attention seniors. Tickets for senior prom are on sale now. Tickets are $60 per couple.See Mrs. Carrico in Academic Services to purchase a ticket.

A summer opportunity for high schoolers with a background in shop, building, engineering, or design being offered at University of Louisville.  We’re launching Design the Future, a 6-day STEM & Design Thinking summer camp where high school students build products to overcome challenges faced by individuals with disabilities! Come to academic services for more information.

Are you interested in becoming a lawyer or learning more about law careers? The Louisville Bar Association’s 2019 Summer Law Institute (SLI) will be held Sunday, June 16 to Saturday, June 22 at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law. This is a 7-day residential program for high school students interested in the law and the legal profession. The schedule will include panel discussions with attorneys and judges, mock trial sessions, and topics taught by attorneys and law school professors. Applications can be picked up at Academic Services.

Juniors—your retreat days continue over the next few weeks. Not sure when you go? Check the rosters posted outside Campus Ministry offices and in your theology classrooms. On your retreat day, report to the cafeteria instead of 1st block. You can dress down in jeans, a collared or Trinity shirt, and sneakers. You’ll be off campus all day and lunch is included. Details will also be sent to your school email the day before your retreat.

JUNIOR RETREAT DAYS:

Tuesday, March 19:     STRAUSE – WAGNER

Tuesday, March 26:     WALTER – YOUNGBLOOD

Activities:

The Investment Club will meet on Monday after school in S252. The meeting will last about 30 minutes. Please contact coach Schroeder with questions.

Athletics

Monday night, your Lacrosse Rocks battled to a 10-9 win over St. Rita High School from Chicago. Wil Redman scored the game-winning goal with about 2 minutes left & the Rock defense held on for the win. Gavin Noland had 4 goals & Jacob Rayome had 3 to pace the Rocks offense.

Lacrosse returns to action this Sunday for a 10 am game against Saint Louis University High School.  Go Rocks, take state.


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