2021 Fall Semester Exam Schedule
|Green 1st period||Monday, Dec. 13||9-10:15 a.m.|
|Green 2nd period||Monday, Dec. 13||10:25-11:40 a.m.|
|White 1st period||Tuesday, Dec. 14||9-10:15 a.m.|
|White 2nd period||Tuesday, Dec. 14||10:25-11:40 a.m.|
|Study Day||Wednesday, Dec. 15||9:00 – 11:30|
|Green 3rd period||Thursday, Dec. 16||9-10:15 a.m.|
|Green 4th period||Thursday, Dec. 16||10:25-11:40 a.m.|
|White 3rd period||Friday, Dec. 17||9-10:15 a.m.|
|White 4th period||Friday, Dec. 17||10:25-11:40 a.m.|
- On Wednesday, Dec. 15, teachers will be available in their classrooms for make-up work/test and to assist students in preparing for exams. The Library and Computer Labs will be available to students. This is an optional day for students, but all students must leave campus by 11:30 on Wednesday.
- Students who were absent on December 13 or 14 may plan to make-up exams with their teachers on Wednesday December 15. Please contact your teacher directly. Students absent on December 16 or 17 should contact Academic Services to schedule a make-up exam the week of December 20th.
- Students sitting for an exam must remain in their classroom for the entire 75 minute exam period. Students not having a first exam for the day may report to the cafeteria. Students may not be in the hallways during exams.
- When a student is dismissed from his last exam for the day, he must either report to Alumni Hall or leave campus. Students may not remain in the hallways.
- Breakfast only will be available in the cafeteria. Cafeteria hours during exams are 7 am to 1 pm. Please plan accordingly.
- Seniors are eligible for exam exemption if they maintain a 90 percent or better for both quarters 1 and 2.
- Students may not alter their exam schedule without prior permission from the principal or their academic dean.
CAFETERIA SCHEDULE FOR EXAM WEEK:
Cafeteria will open on EXAM DAYS at 7 am
Breakfast will be available from FLIK
Cafeteria will close on EXAM DAYS at 1 pm
FLIK will sell snacks after exams, but lunch will not be available
The cafeteria will NOT be open on Wednesday’s Study Day
There is no exam for Enrichment classes such as Freshman Success, ACT or Senior Capstone
Seniors who have a 90 or better for BOTH quarter 1 and quarter 2 are exempt
from taking the exam for that class.
ONLY seniors are offered this exam exemption privilege.
FCA will meet THURSDAY in Marshall Center from 7:15-7:45 a.m. You don’t have to be an athlete to attend. All are welcome!
Attention E661 students interested in traveling to Waverly Hills for our urban legend and folklore investigation:
If you are interested in participating in the Waverly trip, our student interest meeting is coming up.
When: TODAY at 3pm
Where: Ms. Darby’s room S-352
We will be voting on our trip date. Be sure you are in attendance, so your voice is heard.
Please see Ms. Darby if you are interested but can’t attend the meeting.
Attention all students, faculty and those interested in doing some great service work for the holidays: The Green Cross will be leading another group of Trinity folks down to Wayside Christian Mission to set up their annual Christmas Store on Tuesday, December 14 from 1-4 PM after exams. We are looking for as many people as possible to join us so the job gets done in one afternoon. Please see or contact Mr. Budniak if you have questions or need further details!
Need some extra cash? The job listings are plentiful. Stop by academic services and see Mrs. Durbin or email her at email@example.com. We have jobs from Bow Tie Carwash, Hometown Pizza, Silvio’s, St. Albert’s, Kick’s Soccer Academy, Salsaritas, Vera Bradley, Valvoline, American Eagle Outfitters, Louisville Country Club, White Castle, Del Frisco’s, Lake Forest Village, Papa Murphy’s (Middletown), Chicken Salad Chick and Firehouse Subs.
The House table tennis tournament took place on Nov. 30 and Dec. 2 during Advising in Convocation Hall. Each House had four members participating in the contest. On day one of the tournament, Aquinas, Becket, Dante, Flannan, and Gonzaga Houses faced off against one another. Dante House’s Ben Rueff won the upper half of the bracket by defeating Flannan House’s Matthew Money. On day two of the tournament Merton, Patrick, Romero, Seton, and Toussaint Houses competed. Merton House’s Dane Boggess defeated Patrick House’s Matthew Chou to win the bottom half of the bracket and advance to the championship. Boggess was victorious over Rueff in the championship round. In the third-place consolation game, Money defeated Chou. Special thanks to Mr. Joseph Chittissery Mathai for his assistance in organizing and facilitating the tournament.
House Point Update:
Congratulations to Merton House on winning the Video Game Tournament. Merton’s Gregg Dunn defeated Seton House’s Devin Williams 24-21 in the championship game. Dunn defeated Becket House’s Bryant Beane in the lower bracket and finished Second in the tournament. Beane finished Third. Merton House earned 20 points, Seton received 15 points, and Becket House earned 10 points. All the other houses received 5 participation points.
To help spread some holiday cheer the house system is sponsoring a door decorating contest. The goal is to have each Advising group to decorate the outside of its classroom door in a holiday theme. Final judging will take place TODAY AND TOMORROW to determine the best overall decorated door. Five bonus points will be given to those houses that have all 6 Advising groups participate in the contest. Three bonus points to those Houses have at least 3 Advising groups participate in the contest.
Uno Club meeting WEDNESDAY 3:05-4 p.m. in F346 with Dr. Zoeller. All are welcome!
NEW CLUB – The Anime Club will hold it’s first ever meeting on WEDNESDAY from 3:00-3:30 in room F133. Interested students can join Mrs. Waggoner in the newest club on campus – bring your suggestions for Anime viewing, Manga reading and more.
Book Club will meet TOMORROW after school in the library. Please make plans to attend. For more information, see Mr. Schum is F245.
The Inner Peace Club will meet during Advising TODAY. Students should make an e-hall pass and come to the Chapel to attend. For more information, contact Mr. Schum in F245.
The next meeting of the Investment Club will be TODAY at 3 pm in room D123. Please contact coach Schroeder with questions. firstname.lastname@example.org
The drumline is looking for new members. We practice every THURSDAY after school in convocation hall. No experience necessary. Any information please contact Mr. Mata in room F240 or email him at email@example.com
Any student interested in the St. Joseph of Arimathea Society should email or see Mrs. deGolian in the library. Students in this important ministry serve at burials for homeless and indigent members of the Louisville community on alternating Thursdays. We are in need of more students willing to serve. You do not attend every burial. Contact Mrs. deGolian or Mr. Domzalski with questions.
Interested in the Trinity Yoga Club? Email Ms. Nazarenko at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Attention French students, French Scrabble Team meets after school on Mondays and Wednesdays in Mr. Wilson’s room F237. Snacks provided!
The Trinity Robotics Club meets every Monday after school in the Trinity Hall Technology Center. New members are always welcome!
Do you know that most stuff around us deals with electronics? Do you like to gain more insight into this subject, then sign up with Mr. CM by signing up with Remind. To sign up, text the message @THSEL2122 to the number 81010. This club involves hands on activities like soldering, desoldering components, assembling small circuits for various applications and in the process learn some of the basics of electricity and electronics. The club will meet on the 2nd and 4th THURSDAYS of every month, from 3 to 4 pm, in Room F332.