Daily Announcements for Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Congratulations to all 780 students who made honor roll in the 2nd Quarter. You broke a record for the highest percentage of students to ever make honor roll in a 2nd Quarter– almost 67%. Seniors led the way. Those who earned Principal’s List with 90 or above in all classes did not break a record, but you do deserve a treat. So, on February 8, Dr. Zoeller and his team will have cupcakes for those who earned Principal’s List. Keep up the great work. Third Quarter ends on March 7. Stay organized, check PowerSchool and Rockspace every day, and keep breaking those records.

FCA meeting THURSDAY from 7:15-7:45 in convocation hall. Email carpenter@trinityrocks.com.

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, Dean Koontz, Ira Levin and more. Ever heard of the Pope Lick Monster? The urban legends of Bobby Mackey’s Music World or the hauntings of Waverly Hills? Prepare to explore local urban legend and folklore as we explore 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. Register for the class through PowerSchool. Email Ms. Darby at darby@trinityrocks.com for more information.  

The voices of the Holocaust tell stories of the courageous, the vigilant, and the tenacious. The struggles of Holocaust victim are the core of Trinity’s history elective course, T251, The Holocaust. In this 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 juniors and seniors of ALL LODs. Register for the class through PowerSchool. Email Ms. Darby at darby@trinityrocks.com for more information. 

E601 Science Fictions. We read, watch, write, create, and most of all speculate about what the future holds. The class covers novels, short stories, films, even song and art. Today’s sci-fi is tomorrow’s reality! See Mr. Daniel in Room D223 for more information.

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 E512 Online Newspaper Journalism! Share your talents with the world!


Trinity’s 2022 “Answer the Call” Student Phonathon T-Shirt Design


We are accepting submissions from any current Trinity High School student – you do not have to be enrolled in an art class.


Trinity’s annual Phonathon embraces the theme of “Answer the Call”.  We are looking for designs that reflect the efforts and importance of this event.

Design Criteria:

All design submissions must meet the following criteria:

Have the word “Trinity” or the Power “T” somewhere in the overall design.

Have the phrase “Answer the Call” somewhere in the overall design.

Consist of only 3 colors: Green, Black and White.

Design must be arranged in a portrait (vertical) orientation.

Rendered in either colored pencil, paint, black sharpie, or India Ink; or may be created and printed from a computer design program.

Submitted on plain white paper no larger than 9” x 12”

Obviously, imagery must be tasteful and appropriate.


Entries will be judged by a panel of 4 members of Trinity High School; Shayne Hull, Art Teacher; Jimmy Serochi, Art Teacher; Adam Klein, House Director; Michelle Walters, Trinity Foundation.


The winning design will receive a $50 gift card of their choice.


All entries must be submitted to Mr. Hull, Room 173 CAC Building, by 3 PM, Thursday, February 24.

Entries will be judged on Fri., Feb. 25, and the winner will be notified on Mon., Feb. 28.

If you have any questions at all, please see Mr. Hull.  Good Luck!

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)!

House News:

The House Connect 4 Tournament is right around the corner. The tournament will feature two rounds. Round 1 will take place within advising groups on THURSDAY. The winner from each Advising group will advance to Round 2. Round 2 will take place on Monday, Feb. 6. Participants will compete in a tournament bracket. The top-half of the bracket (Aquinas – Gonzaga) will compete in F342 and the bottom-half of the bracket (Merton-Toussaint) will take place in F346. The final and third-place consolation matches will take place in F342. First Place – 20 points, Second Place 15, Third Place – 10 Points, 5 house points for all other house


NHS Meeting on Tuesday, Feb 7, 3 p.m. in Convocation Hall. Email Mrs. Waford your excuse if you cannot attend.

This week’s Ultimate Uno was brutal and bloody with Brody “the Tusk” Woodruff and Cooper “keep it blue” Willmoth emerging with hard-earned wins. Guest celebrity players this week included Batman and Optimus Prime. Next Uno Club will be MONDAY, Feb. 6. New and celebrity players always welcome.

Anime Club next meeting is WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8, 3-4 in F133.

Forensics Club will meet MONDAY, FEB. 13 from 3-4 p.m. in F133 with Ms. Moses.

The Chinese, French, German, & Spanish Clubs are going to TOP GOLF after school TODAY from 3:30 to 5pm. You MUST RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW ! See Mr. Wilson or Mr. Cuenca for details. Bring money for your food.

The Inner Peace Club will meet in the Chapel TODAY.  Interested students should make a pass to Mr. Schum that morning.  For more information, see Mr. Schum in F245.

Culinary Club will meet TUESDAY, February 7 at 3:15 in the Faculty Dining Room.

We are taking new members to participate in The Kentucky United Nations Assembly – KUNA. Let Mr. Serrano, Ben McBride, or Chris Raymer know if you want to join. Meetings are held every Thursday at 3 p.m. in room F241. Contact us at serrano@trinityrocks.com, “Christopher Raymer” 20230278@trinity.rocks, “Benjamin McBride” 20230199@trinity.rocks

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!


There will be a Trinity Baseball player/parent pre-tryout informational meeting TODAY at 6 pm in Alumni Hall. Anyone interested in trying out for Trinity Baseball this spring must attend this meeting with a parent.


  • Practice Week                      


  • Thursday     Freshman                        at CAL                                      5:30 pm
  • Friday          F/JV/Varsity                  at Lexington Catholic                4:30/6/7:30 pm


  • Practice Week before KHSAA State Tournament (Feb. 6-7)      

Ice Hockey

  • Practice Week                                 

Swim & Dive

  • Friday          KHSAA Region Prelims     at UofL                                    6 pm 
  • Saturday      KHSAA Region Finals       at UofL                                    5 pm                


  • Friday          vs Atherton                    at Trinity                          5:30 pm (Senior Night)
  • Saturday      JV State                   at Moore HS                  All Day                                     

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