Mark your calendars = Trinity will be holding a Red Cross Blood Drive on WEDNESDAY, April 19 from 8:30 to 1:30 in Shamrock Hall Gym. All Faculty and students who are 16 years of age or older are encouraged to donate. You may also invite family members and Trinity alumni to donate. Give the gift of life! All it takes is a few minutes of your time. Signups will be held after spring break. See Mrs. Mason or Mrs. Rachel Hall with any questions. Also, email or see Mrs. Mason in the Technology Center or Mrs. Rachel Hall in T311 if you are interested in helping to work preparing for the drive and on the day of the drive.
For those that have signed up for Ky Driving School, class will be in G111 in Steinhauser Gym.
Mon.-Thur. 3-5 p.m. and Fri. 2-4 p.m.
Juniors: Your retreat days resume next week on Tuesday, March. 28. You will go in alphabetical order, so check the rosters outside of Campus Ministry offices and in your theology classrooms. Remind your parents to complete both permission slips, found in PowerSchool through the Parent sign-in Portal. On your retreat day: You won’t go to Advising – you go directly to the cafeteria. You’ll be outside all day, so dress in comfortable pants/shorts, tennis shoes or boots, a T-shirt, and hoodie or jacket depending on the weather. Lunch is NOT included so bring a bagged lunch and a water. Check your school email the day before your retreat for all the details.
MARCH 28: MARTIN-NICHOLS
MARCH 30: NICHTER-RASCHE
APRIL 13: RASH-SEDITA-BEAUCHAMP
APRIL 17: SILVER-TAMBURINO
APRIL 20: TAYLOR-WEBB
MAY 2: WECK-ZIMMERMAN
WaterStep Shoe Drive begins TODAY-3/31. Collections bins are placed at the Rotunda, Cafeteria, outside T215. Bring your old shoes- any type, any size, any style. No single shoes or shoes with mold. Shoes will be sent to venders in developing countries to be sold. Funds from shoe sales are used to provide clean drinking water and filtration units in the same communities.
Don’t forget to get your tickets online at www.trinitydota.com for our Spring Musical Dirty Rotten Scoundrels! Running March 7-26
Based on the popular 1988 MGM film, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels takes us to the French Riviera and centers around two con men: the suave, sophisticated, and smooth-talking, Lawrence Jameson, who makes his lavish living by talking rich ladies out of their money and a small-time crook, Freddy Benson, who humbly swindles women by waking their compassion with fabricated stories about his grandmother’s failing health. After attempting to work together, they realize this small French town isn’t big enough for the two of them. They agree on a settlement: the first one to extract $50,000 from a young female heiress, Christine Colgate, wins and the other must leave town. Nominated for eleven Tony awards, this sophisticated, suave with a good dash of mischief, hysterical comedy features a delightfully jazzy score and a hilarious battle of cons that ensures the audience will keep laughing, humming, and guessing to the very end!
Summer Job Alert* Graduating seniors!! CYO Camp Rancho Framasa is looking for camp counselors! We are hiring counselors ages 18 and older for residential summer camp in Brown County. Pay starting at $400 a week. You can work 5-9 weeks. If you or someone you know might be interested, please apply at campranchoframasa.org or see Mrs. Durbin in academic services for more info.
Service Hour Reminder
Underclassmen service hours are due May 15-16. You need to complete 15 hours of service that is logged on MobileServe. Check MobileServe for upcoming service opportunities on MobileServe.
WEDNESDAY, March 29: United States Coast Guard: 2nd & 3rd lunch in the Cafeteria
University of Dayton: 3rd lunch in the Cafeteria (if you don’t have 3rd lunch, contact Mrs. Kerns)
A Lenten invitation to walk with the Lord……the Cross during Lent on Friday afternoons in the Chapel starting @ 2pm. The Society has chosen 5 different versions of the walk, so each one promises to be a new experience. The devotion will finish by 2:30. 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.
Students would you like to submit art, short stories, photography, poems, or any other creative element to the Axiom? To submit, you must visit Trinity.rocks and click on the Axiom button.
New job postings from UPS store, Creations with Wood and grass cutting jobs. See Mrs. Durbin in academic services or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Hey, Rocks! You can see hundreds of photos and stories in your student newspaper, the ECHO.
Check out the ECHO at trinityecho.com — or click on the ECHO link at trinity.rocks . You can also follow the ECHO on Twitter (trinity_echo) and Instagram (ths_echo)!
Intramural Volleyball End of the Season Tournament continues this week.
Tuesday Games are as follows:
3:20 Old School – Viers
4:00 Nichols – McArthur
3:20 Hendrick – Nguyen
4:00 Klein – Passafiume
Thursday – the finals of both divisions will be played at 3:20.
The Trinity academic team competed in the Governor’s Cup state tournament this past weekend.
Please congratulate Ried Fieldhouse! He was state runner-up in English Composition. This contest starts with over 650 students at the district level, with about 280 qualifying to advance to region and then the top 5 from each region advance to state. So out of the top 90 writers from their regions, Ried was top 2. Mr. Amick can say with certainty that no one at Trinity has placed this highly in State in English Comp in at least 15 years. Great job, Ried!
Also testing for the Rocks:
Krish Gupta was 20th in Arts & Humanities
Anthony Holder was 27th in Language Arts
Will Yorgy was 27th in Social Studies
John Kehdy was 34th in Science
Liam Amick was 35th in Arts & Humanities
Please congratulate all of these guys on qualifying for state and representing Trinity well.
The academic team now turns their attention to preparing NAQT Nationals in Atlanta over Memorial Day weekend.
Sounds like a skills issue. Ultimate Uno met again this week with Brody “Tusk” Woodruff, Cooper “keep it blue” Willmoth, and Jameson “arch enemy of the Uno King” Hudson notching wins. Dr. Z got lost amid chaotic duck songs and Team Fortress Two chatter. Are you serious bro? Uno meets again after Spring Break on April 12.
The next Culinary Club meeting is TUESDAY, April 25 from 3:05-5:00. We will be collaborating with the Anime Club and offering a meal with an Asian flair. Students should plan on being picked up by 5:00 as they will not be able to wait in the cafeteria after that time. Anime Club members attending this meeting must have a Culinary Club permission slip on file. Please see Ms. Moses, Mrs. Kiefer, or Mrs. Rachel Hall for a permission slip.
The Guitar Club will meet this coming TUESDAY, MARCH 28. We will meet right after school in the music room C271. You can drop your guitar off there in the morning as well.
Anime Club meeting WEDNESDAY, March 29 from 3-3:50 in F133 with Ms. Moses.
NHS members have the final chapter meeting on TUESDAY, March 28 at 3 pm in Convocation Hall. Email Mrs. Waford if you cannot attend and have an excuse.
The Video Game Club will meet TODAY, immediately after school. Join us in T105 in the Technology Center! All are welcome.
Attention Chinese, French, Spanish & German Students: The World Language Clubs will meet on WEDNESDAY, MAR 29 for the ROOTBEER FLOAT FEST! It’s a FREE ice cream party for Club
members from about 3:15 – 4 pm.Sign up with Mr. Cuenca, Mr. Hurt, or Mr. Wilson. See you there!
Forensics Club meeting MONDAY, MARCH 27 from 3-4 p.m. in F133 with Ms. Moses.
Reminder: The Ping Pong Club meets every 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month after school in the convocation hall.
Reminder: Tim’s flying club meets every 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month in Mr. CM’s F332 immediately after school.
Reminder: The Electronic’s Club meets every MONDAY after school in Mr. CM’s F332. New members are welcome to join!
Attention Fishing Team Members UPDATE!: – The team photo will now be taken at 4:15 pm TUESDAY, MARCH 28. We will meet outside of alumni hall, final location TBD. DON’T FORGET YOUR JERSEY!!!
Head Coach Jim Hanson and Trinity Archery begin KHSAA post season competition this weekend.
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TODAY AND TOMORROW KHSAA Region at Mercy Academy
TODAY JV (DH) vs St. X at Trinity 5 pm/7 pm
TODAY Freshman (DH) at St. X 5 pm /7 pm
Saturday F/JV/Varsity vs Ryle at Trinity 10 am/12:30 pm/3 pm
Saturday SAF State Championship at Lake Cumberland All Day
Saturday Varsity vs MBA (TN) at Trinity noon
TODAY JV at North Oldham 4 pm
Track and Field
TODAY/TOMORROW RUN Town Festival at Bardstown Bethlehem