Daily Announcements for Friday, November 8, 2019

Office News:

Tuesday, we will have a career fair in Convocation Hall. All sophomores, juniors and seniors are welcome.  Representatives of various career opportunities will be here. Some of the industries that will be represented: Moving & Rigging, Electric, Heating and Air, Plumbing , Pipefitters, Welding, Machine & Manufacturing and Sheet Metal. Also 2yr Degree Programs at KYFAME, JCTC and many more opportunities!

BIG THANK YOUs from Mrs. Mason and the Red Cross for our Blood Drive!

Thanks to those members of Dante House who worked all day at the drive.

Thanks to the operations crew for making sure we had enough tables and chairs and helping with clean up.

Thanks to Ms. Englebrecht and Ms. Pennington for all their help keeping up with all our donor students!

Thanks to the faculty for working with students who missed class for this vital community project.

And finally, MANY THANKS to those of you who donated blood and those who attempted to donate.  Thanks for giving of yourself to help up to 3 other people.  YOU are someone’s HERO! You are someone’s ANGEL!!

We collected 83 usable pints of blood!  This will help the nation-wide shortage the Red Cross is experiencing.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet Thursday, Nov. 14 in Convocation Hall from 7-7:45 a.m.

Our guest speaker will be Chandler Dale, former UL Baseball Player. You don’t have to be an athlete to attend! Come join us!

Attention students: Alumni Hall will be closed TODAY, Nov. 8, for Open House set-up.  If you are waiting for a ride please use the lobby and bleachers inside Steinhauser Gym.  Thanks for your cooperation.

For anyone interested in applying for the Governor’s Scholar Program: the deadline is quickly approaching. All completed applications must be in Mr. Diehl’s office (T125) no later than 2:30 on November 15.

Attention Seniors!  Have you had your Senior Picture taken at Signature Studios.  Time is running out.  Contact Signature Studios today to make an appointment.










Attention Trinity Seniors! Trinity High School is planning its annual pilgrimage as a part of the March for Life in Washington D.C. The charter bus will leave THS on Wednesday evening, January 22nd and return Saturday morning, January 25th. We will participate in the March for Life, Youth Mass and Rally and have the opportunity to visit several museums. The cost of the trip is $175.00. For more information and signups, see Mrs. McGuire in S151 before the end of the week. There are only 10 spots left.

Tickets for The Three Musketeers can be purchased online at www.trinitydota.com. They are $15 for adults and $13 for students/seniors. See Mrs. Durbin in academic services for one $10 student ticket before and after school or during lunches.

Junior Retreat days continue! On your retreat day, report to the cafeteria instead of 1st block. You can dress down in jeans, tennis shoes, and a Trinity shirt, and dress for the weather—part of the day will be outside. 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.

TUESDAY, NOV. 19      Engel – Furlong

Attention Trinity: Are you interested to have an intercultural experience with students from Argentina here at Trinity on February 2020 and to travel to Argentina in June? There is still time to join the Argentina Exchange Program. See Mr. Serrano’s room F241 for more information or serrano@trinityrocks.com

The Catholic Education Foundation is hosting an essay contest that could earn you $1000.

  • The theme of this year’s essay is “Catholic Schools – Learn, Live, Serve, Succeed”.

CEF is inviting ALL young Trinity authors to express how our Catholic schools have fulfilling these important roles.

  • The contest is open to all students in Catholic high schools throughout the Archdiocese of Louisville.


  • All entries should be printed and turned in to Betsy Darby in room S352.


  • Entries are due by Friday, November 15th. 


  • All submissions will be judged. One winning essay will be chosen from Trinity and submitted as part of the contest by the December 5th deadline.


  • Students should take advantage of Mitch Greenwell’s Writing Workshop for prewriting and editing help. The writing workshop is available Monday through Thursday from 3 to 3:30 in room F232.


  • Students may also work with Mr. Greenwell in advising.


  • Students should see Ms. Darby in S352 or Mr. Timmerberg in S356 if they have questions.

Mass or a communion service is offered in the chapel at 7:20 every morning before school.

House News:

The House Video Game Tournament will take place on Thursday, November 14.

The second quarter House marquee events and contests will begin after Fall Break. The quarter will feature three marquee events and five contests.

Marquees will include the

  • Trinity Department of Theatre Arts production of The Three Musketeers now thru November 9


  • Varsity basketball game against Centerville on December 7


  • Trinity Department of Music Vocal and Jazz Band Winter Concerts on December 13 and 15.

Contests will feature:

  • Annual House Video Game Tournament on November 14.


  • Thanksgiving-themed Breakout Contest on November 25


  • Christmas TV and Movie Trivia Challenge on December 9.


  • Principal Challenge contest will also take place during the second quarter. Each House will design its own crest. These crests will be displayed on House banners as well as promotional materials for the House System.

Do your part to help your House win a spot in this year’s House Cup Playoffs. See your House Director or Advisor if you’d like to learn more about any of this quarter’s marquee events and contests.


Future Business Leaders of America is one of the largest student organizations in the country.  Members of the club have opportunities to network with other students around the state, and also get to compete in prestigious competitions in fields like accounting, computers, and business.  If you are interested in FBLA but have not yet joined, it’s not too late.  The cost is $40 and covers registration fees and a trip to the regional conference in March.  See Sr. Kathy for details.

Attention skiers and snowboarders: If you plan on being part of the Ski and Snowboard club this year, please make sure that you have registered with Mr. Budniak or Sr. Kathy so that you can get access to forms and pass information.  Deadline for the bus form and release is November 22.  It’s not too late to get started! Thanks and see you on the slopes!

Trinity’s Robotics club meets every Monday after school in the Technology Center.  We have Lego Mindstorms and VEX equipment.  Come check us out.

The speech and debate team will start regular practices after school on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.  Anyone interested should see Ms. Z in F233 starting this week.  Have a conflict?  Contact Ms. Z for options. For updates, sign up for the team remind by texting the message @sdrocks19 to the phone number 81010.


Archery practice every Tuesday & Thursday 5:00-6:30 at Mercy.


  • Today      Playoffs – Round #1              vs Marshall County        at Trinity         7:30 p.m.

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