- Each day students do a self-check for symptoms before leaving for school and must report for temperature checks at their assigned area if they come to school. Masks are required.
- L – Z in person Monday & Tuesday
- A – K in person Thursday & Friday
- School Hours: 8:00 – 2:55 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
- Advising: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday at 8:00 a.m. Students at home do not log into Advising.
- 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
So… do you wanna hear something really scary? Well… then E-661 Intro to Gothic Fiction is for you! Come explore the realm of the supernatural in literature… with authors like Stephen King, Richard Matheson, Dean Koontz, Ira Levin and more. Ever heard of the Pope Lick Monster? The terror at the Utica Witches castle or the hauntings of Waverly Hills? Prepare to explore local mythology and folklore as we make a documentary of local landmarks like the Brown Hotel, the Seelbach, Actors Theatre and others. Plus, you can take part in an overnight private investigation of Waverly Hills. The class is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors of ALL LODs. Class registration runs from January 29 through February19. Register for the class through PowerSchool. Email Ms. Darby at darby@email@example.com for more information.
The voices of the Holocaust tell stories of the courageous, the vigilant, and the tenacious. The struggles of Holocaust victims are the basics for Trinity’s elective course, T251 The Holocaust. In the course, students explore how the Nazi’s took control and put into motion one of the worst atrocities of humankind as well as investigating the horrors of concentration camps through the words of those who endured them. We must tell the story. We must never forget.
The class is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors of ALL LODs. Class registration runs from January 29 through February19. Register for the class through PowerSchool. Email Ms. Darby at darby@firstname.lastname@example.org more information.
College scholarship opportunity from Amazon Future Engineer!
We want to share a unique scholarship opportunity for high school seniors offered by our partners at Amazon. The Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship awards high school students a life-changing opportunity – a $40,000 scholarship for college and a guaranteed internship at Amazon following their freshman year of college. Applications are now open for the Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship. The deadline to apply is February 18th.
Any student that ordered a Tarc/Library card, please come to academic services to pick it up.
Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors! Would you like to have your writing, photography and videos published online? When you select classes for next year, sign up for Photography and Online Journalism (E501) or Independent Photo journalism (A361)! Share your talents with the world!
Attention Minors! Looking for extra cash? Kroger in St. Matthew is now hiring.
We are looking for part time associates for our pickup, front end, and conditioners.
We pay based on experience starting at $10.50 an hour. Hours start from 3:30-10:00pm
with some flexibility. Positions are limited so please call me today!
Amslie at 502.895.8332 EX. 2152 or email me at Amslie.email@example.com
Lakeside Swim Club to provide information on upcoming Lifeguard courses for the American Red Cross. Two classes will be January 29-31 and March 19-21. Contact Chris Neichter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Balfour Announcement” packets for seniors and “Balfour Ring” packets for juniors can be picked up in academic services.
Soph-Seniors that did not receive their yearbook for 2019-2020, may come to academic services to pick it up.
“Interested in business? Want to develop your entrepreneurial and business skills? Want to explore careers in business? Join the largest student organization in the United States—FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America). This year offers a unique opportunity to excel and advance in FBLA competitive events, as every competitor will advance to the state conference! Not only can FBLA offer competitive success and connection with other group members, but it can add significant achievement to your college/career resume. Plus, FBLA involves minimal time commitment, as you take charge of your own event preparation. The initial meeting is Tuesday in T318 or in TEAMS. Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for an invite or more information. We hope to see you there, and we can answer any questions you have and also get you signed up to participate in the state conference this spring. We hope to see you at the meeting!”
The next Investment club meeting will be held on MS Teams at 3 pm on Monday. The 2021 spring stock market game is underway; go capital gains rocks! Please contact coach Schroeder with questions.
The guitar club will meet Monday after school in C271. You can drop off your guitar in the morning. Players of all styles and abilities welcome. Contact Mr. Daniel in D223 or email@example.com for more information.
NHS meeting Tuesday on TEAMS at 3 p.m. Contact Mrs. Waford or Mrs. DeGolian if you can’t attend.
Attention all Architecture Construction Engineering Rocks: Attendance is mandatory.
We will have our meetings every Wednesday at the same time throughout this Semester.
Coming off a successful end of 2020, we are back and stronger than ever. We are taking new members to participate in KUNA. Let Mr. Serrano or Will Hodge know, and they will add you to the teams. Meetings are online on Friday afternoons. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Louisville Crash Rugby, an offshoot of Trinity High School, needs new players! No experience necessary, all shapes and sizes! Player/parent info Thursday via zoom. Follow the Instagram page loucrashrugby. If they have any questions they can email Nolan Rice @Nolan Rice or Thad Lipinski @Thaddeus Lipinski.
Culinary Club will be cooking virtually on TEAMS from the comfort of your own home.
The meeting is today at 4pm. The menu has not yet been determined, it will be posted on the TEAMS channel closer to the date of the meeting. Not a member of the club, but would like to join? Email Kathy Kiefer firstname.lastname@example.org or Rachel Hall email@example.com for more information.
Trinity’s Robotics Club meets on Mondays and Thursdays after school in the Technology Center. All interested students are welcome to attend.
Don’t call it a comeback! Lacrosse at Trinity returns with tryouts starting February 17. Students interested in playing should contact coach Schroeder with questions.