- Freshmen retreats on Wednesdays May 12 (Romero/Seton/Toussaint)
- ACT dates are scheduled: May 5, 8-11:30 a.m. for freshmen.
- AP Exams begin on May 3 and end May 25
- The week of May 17-21 is traditionally senior exam week. We will go online only for seniors that week. Seniors who have a 90+ in your class for both 3rd and 4th Quarters do not need to attend the online classes. We are going to strongly encourage those seniors failing classes to attend in-person.
- Senior Awards are also scheduled for May 19, 9-10:30 a.m. Workday Wednesday hours for this day are 8-11 a.m.
- May 24 is the last Green Day, A-K students on campus, L-Z online / May 25 is the last White Day, L-Z on campus / A-K at home. Advising will be at the end of the day each day to accommodate book returns.
- Seniors can turn in books beginning on May 13 through May 28, bring books to rotunda. Underclassmen turn in their books on May 24-25. They will be called from Advising by houses, then return to Advising until dismissal. Students need to turn in all books at once.
- We will announce the day and time of graduation Wednesday, May 19, once the forecast is more reliable.
- Under the latest schedule, we have three workdays, May 26-28 to work with your teachers. Hours are May 26-27 (9-2) and May 28 (9-noon).
- Teachers are available by appointment [Flex Time Manager] on Wednesdays 9 – noon
- Study/Tutoring services available in Alumni Hall on Wednesdays 9 – noon
- Dress code for those coming to school on Wednesdays: Casual: jeans or khakis and collared shirts
For more information about any of the “JOB POSTINGS” on the slideshow, see Mrs. Durbin in academic services.
Dante House usually sponsors 2 Red Cross Blood Drives during the school year, one in the fall, and one in the spring. This year, for the obvious COVID reason, we were unable to do this. But we would like to encourage any of you who are 16 years old or older to visit your local Red Cross Blood Donation center and donate! Also, encourage your family and friends to donate as well. Eligible donors can give blood every 56 days, so you could potentially give twice before we return to school next fall. So, think about it – give the gift of life – and help save up to 3 lives!
See or email Mrs. Mason if you have any questions!
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 on June 1st.
The Louisville Bar Association is accepting applications for the 2021 Summer Law Institute (SLI). Due to ongoing concerns regarding COVID this year’s SLI will be a four day virtual program beginning on Tuesday, June 1 and concluding on Friday, June 4. The program will begin daily at 8:30 a.m. and conclude at 3:45 p.m. There will be a morning, lunch and afternoon break. Topics to be covered include state and federal court systems, careers in the law, trial advocacy and professional responsibility and ethics. Attached is the student packet. All documents are included in this file. Tuition for the four day program is $50 and there are a limited number of scholarships available on an as needed basis. Additionally, since this program is virtual each student will need access to a computer and the internet. If the student does not have access to these items, please be sure to make note on the application. Applications are due no later than Monday, May 10, 2021. They can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to LBA, 600 W. Main St., Ste. 110, Louisville, KY 40202.
Looking for work opportunities or a summer job? Check the “JOB POSTINGS” screen around school for more info!!!!!
Students finishing their junior year can apply for the Team Tech Challenge, a free virtual summer STEM program, brought to you by Deloitte.
What is the Team Tech Challenge?
In this free four-day challenge, students compete with teammates in a tech innovation challenge and prepare for the next step ahead: college. They’ll learn about artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, analytics, and more. Winning team members of the Team Tech Challenge will each win a prize worth $200. (See the official rules here.)
The challenge will take place virtually, and students may apply for the session that works best for them:
Session 1: June 14-17, 2021
Session 2: June 21-24, 2021
Session 3: July 12-15, 2021
Session 4: July 19-22, 2021
How Can Students Apply?
Applying only takes a few minutes! Students can head to the Team Tech Challenge website to get started.
The Louisville Youth Philanthropy Council (LYPC) provides a diverse team of up to 35 high school students (public, private and parochial) from Jefferson County, and those contiguous to it, with a hands-on experience in grant-making and philanthropy during a 16-week program on Saturdays during the school year (August – March). LYPC strives to educate youth about philanthropy – thus creating an appreciation of our community needs and how they can be met. Whether that leads to a philanthropic career path or not, we are raising awareness for the “third-sector” of our country’s structure and the important role it plays. We also create civic engagement, teaching the students how to get involved in the community while we are developing the next generation of philanthropic leaders. The LYPC is a free program and open to any high school students with a passion to make a difference and a commitment to learning. The toolkits outline info about the program and applications can be completed online at https://www.lypc.org/apply-to-the-lypc.
COVID-19 Vaccination Available NOW for Ages 16 and Older
Kentucky residents age 16 and older are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine, and residents age 18 and older are eligible for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
One week after the eligibility expansion, Kentucky’s largest drive-thru vaccination clinic will open April 12 at Cardinal Stadium in Louisville. Officials with UofL Health said they expect to administer between 4,000-5,000 vaccine doses at the site per day over seven weeks.
Norton Healthcare is also opening a vaccination site Thursday, April 8, at Whitney Young Elementary (3526 W Muhammad Ali Blvd.) in west Louisville. To make an appointment, visit https://nortonhealthcare.com/ or call 888-777-7219.
The state is still providing free or reduced-cost transportation to and from vaccination appointments. Call Kentucky’s COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at 855-598-2246 for a list of participating transportation agencies.
Summer internship program for high school students interested in technical/non-technical IT roles in the future. IT careers are some of the highest paying in the world and we would love to provide some exposure to that field. Any juniors/seniors are welcome to apply for this program that will run from May 17th-August 8th. They do not have to have any prior experience in business or software development. Applications are due by May 1st at the latest and interviews will be taking place very quickly after applications begin to roll in. If students/parents have any questions, they can reach out to me at email@example.com. Use this link for application: https://podio.com/webforms/25864976/1934250
Freshman Mentoring Days:
Wednesday, 5/12 – Romero 9-11:30
Come be a part of friendship and fellowship at your House’s Freshman Mentoring Day. Dress down for the day, enjoy some free food, get to meet some new classmates, and learn what it means to be part of the Trinity Family.
Be sure to check out episodes of TTV at ttv.trinityrocks.com or through the trinity.rocks portal! New episodes out every Friday!
Senior Circles start meeting this week!
If you signed up, check your school email for details,
Teams notifications and links.
Contact Mrs. Emrich with questions.
Volunteer opportunities are currently available in a variety of areas at our LouVax mass vaccination site. Administering injections is limited to licensed clinicians only, but there are roles for everyone, including greeters, check-in staff, support staff, observing patients, and more. All volunteers who complete 40+ hours will be eligible to receive a vaccine as a thank you for their service to our community. Volunteers must be 18 years or older and submit to a background check. COVID-19 Volunteer Information Center | LouisvilleKY.gov LouVax Contact Info: If you have any questions or concerns, please call or text the Volunteer Hotline at 502-439-6978 Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention All Minecraft enthusiasts!!! The Kentucky Derby Festival usually sponsors a Robotics competition called the RoboRumble. For the past 3 years, Trinity has placed first in the high school division of the Live Programming part of that competition! This year, with Covid restrictions, they are not able to host the usual Robotics Competition and are instead going to provide a virtual option. FOR THIS YEAR’S EVENT, STUDENTS ARE GIVEN THE CHALLENGE TO CREATE A KENTUCKY DERBY FESTIVAL EVENT IN MINECRAFT and record a 3-minute video showcasing your creation! It can be an existing event, or you can use your imagination and come up with a new event! If you are interested, visit: https://discover.kdf.org/roborumble/
Or see Mrs. Mason in the Technology Center or email her at email@example.com.
Trinity’s state semi-finalist Rocket League Esports program is looking for more dedicated players to join them for their Spring season. If you play Rocket League and are a competitive person please email Mr. Sobczyk on ways to join the Esports program. Our JV team are around Diamond level. However, if you are champion or higher you are eligible for our varsity squad competing for a state title! As they say in video games – GLHF or Good luck, have fun!
Attention all Architecture Construction Engineering Rocks: Attendance is mandatory.
We will have our meetings every Wednesday at the same time throughout this Semester.
Trinity’s Robotics Club meets on Mondays and Thursdays after school in the Technology Center. All interested students are welcome to attend.
Predict the winner of the library’s “Booketology Tournament” this year and you could be crowned CHAMPION – and win a $25 gift card! Here’s how it works. Each week on Instagram @trinitylibraryrocks, the library will post a new round of book matchups. Using the Microsoft Form (see the link), advance books to the next round, then predict which book will win the entire tournament. Then come back to Instagram @trinitylibraryrocks each week for another round of matchups. Don’t forget to follow the library on Instagram @trinitylibraryrocks for additional updates, contests, recommendations, and more.