4th Day Retreat on Wednesday, April 24 at Mount St. Francis, 101 St. Anthony Drive, Mt. St. Francis, IN (Floyds Knobs area). This is an OPTIONAL event for seniors who have been on senior retreat. Seniors do not have class and don’t have to report to Trinity. Please arrive at the mount between 9-9:30 a.m. The day will conclude by 12:30 p.m. Transportation and meals are not provided. RSVP to Mrs. Emrich by Monday, April 22.
Thursday will be a 2 p.m. dismissal for all students.
Attention All Eagle Scouts: Please report to the rotunda on Thursday at 2:55 for a group yearbook photo.
The owners of the parking lot behind Waylon’s and Drake’s will begin charging for parking as of May 1, 2019. The cost will be $30 a month. Those parking there without a permit will be towed. To apply for a permit and pay the monthly cost please call 502-719-9711 and speak to Mandy before May 1.
SENIORS are required to get measured for their graduation tux at Sam Meyers in the St. Matthews Mall. Seniors who were fitted for their prom tuxes at that location will not need to get measured again.
Jarret’s Joy Cart gives toys to children in the cancer Ward of Norton Children’s Hospital downtown. Anyone who wants to donate toys to Jarrett’s Joy Cart just needs to drop off a toy in the bin in front of Mr. Luken’s office or in the Rotunda. Collection through Friday.
Attention Seniors: Balfour graduation announcements have arrived. Please come to academic services to pick up your order. Attention SENIORS: Field Day has been changed to Wednesday, May 1.
Juniors listen up! Are you creative? Can you write a really good short story that captures the imagination of the reader? Do you like earning money towards tuition for your senior year? If you answered yes to all these questions, excite the bored people. Now it’s time to do something about it. It’s time for the Jim Adams Scholarship Competition. Each year, one junior is awarded a substantial scholarship towards their senior year at Trinity for writing the most creative short story. That’s right; you could earn money for your writing, so you have that going for you, which is nice. If you are interested in entering the contest, you must pick up an information sheet from Coach Owens in room D224 before entering. The deadline for entering a story is April 26 at 2:30 p.m., but you must pick up an information sheet that needs to be signed before entering. Drop by and see Coach Owens in room D224 and pick up an information sheet today. Hurry, because April 26 will be here before Finals. Thanks, and Happy Writing!
Attention all Juniors and seniors signed up to take AP tests: Pre-Administration for SENIORS and JUNIORS will be held today during advising in the cafeteria. You must attend your session to complete the paperwork for AP tests.
Seniors remember that you will lose access to your Office 365 account once you graduate. If you have files in your OneDrive that you need to keep, please back them up somewhere else. If you have signed up for anything using your Trinity email account and plan on using it after graduation, be sure to update your contact information with a non-Trinity email address. All access to Office 365, including your OneDrive and email, will be disabled immediately following senior exams.
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 six-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 seven-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.
The 2019 Student Phonathon begins next week. Those that participate will receive: points for the House Cup, service hours, free t-shirt, pizza, snacks and sodas for working 5:30-8:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. Training and scripts provided.
Here are the dates:
Today: Merton House (Mr. Backes)
Tomorrow: Patrick House (Ms. McGuire)
Wednesday, April 17: Gonzaga House (Mr. Mata) and Romero House (Mr. Waggoner)
Guitar Club will be meeting tomorrow after school in the music room. Feel free to drop off your guitar in the morning if you like.
The 14th ACE mentoring class will be Wednesday in Mr. CM’s room, F134, immediately after school, from 3 to 5 p.m.
The National Honor Society is accepting applications for new members. To be considered for membership to this service leadership organization you must be a current sophomore or junior with a 3.7 Cumulative GPA. Applications can be picked up from Mrs. deGolian in the library and turned in to her when complete. The deadline is Thursday, May 2.
There will be a Theatre meeting Thursday, April 25 in the auditorium during advising.
Attention any current Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors: Applications for new membership into the Beta Club can be picked up in Mr. Becker’s room (F234) or Mr. Aberli’s room. This is for any current freshmen, sophomore and junior who is NOT already a member of Beta Club and is in good academic standing. Applications will be taken until May 10.
The Inner Peace Club will meet on Tuesday, May 7 in the Chapel during Advising. Those seeking a reservation should contact Mr. Schum via email to reserve a space.
The Book Club will meet on Tuesday, April 30 after school in the library. Please make plans to attend. Snacks will be served. For more information, see Mr. Schum in F245.
The French, German, Chinese, and Spanish Clubs will meet on Wednesday from 3:15 – 4:30. We will go bowling at Ten Pin Lanes and also have pizza or Chic-Fil-A! Cost about $10.