Tomorrow is Trinity’s Annual Fall Red Cross Blood Drive. Here are a few reminders for those of you who will be donating, please listen up.
If you are 16 years old, make sure that you have received a parent permission form, have it signed by your parents, and turned in to Mrs. Mason in the Technology Center on the bottom floor of Old Trinity Hall or to Ms. Miller in Room F337. If you have not turned it in yet, bring it to the drive tomorrow, or you will not be allowed to donate. If you did not receive a form, or lost it, stop by the Tech Center and pick up a new one from Mrs. Mason.
- Make sure you drink a lot of water starting now – and eat a good breakfast tomorrow morning.
- Bring a picture ID with you and bring your donor card if you have one!
- During 1st or 2nd block, someone will deliver your appointment card to you. Hold onto this – show your teacher to leave class when it is time for you to donate, and bring the card with you to Shamrock Gym. NEW THIS YEAR – YOU ALSO NEED TO MAKE AN E-HALL PASS FROM WHERE YOU ARE TO Mrs. Mason!!
- Stop by your locker and deposit your laptop, tablet, calculator and books. We cannot be responsible for personal items in the gym.
- Come to the main entrance of Shamrock Gym. You will find a greeter table inside the gym. You will sign in, and begin the process here. NEW THIS YEAR – MAKE SURE MRS. MASON OR MS. MILLER PINS YOU IN ON THE E-HALL PASS.
- You will be guided thru a series of paperwork and information stations, the beds where you donate, and the “canteen”, where you will receive juice and snacks to help revive you!
- You must then stop at the check-out table to sign out. You will receive your card back, and YOU WILL BE PINNED AS LEAVING THE BLOOD DRIVE ON THE E-HALL PASS. You must then go to the Student Affairs Office where they will end your pass to the blood drive, and give you a late admit pass to go back to class.
- That’s it – The whole process should take about an hour, maybe a little longer, depending on how many donors are in line. The actual blood draw time is usually only about 10 minutes.
Thank you for giving of yourself! See you tomorrow!
A note from Mr. Zoeller: congratulations to all who made honor roll in the 1st Quarter of this year. An astounding 66% of the school made honor roll, the second highest total in school history. Senior led the way, with 72% of seniors making honor roll. There were 252 of you who made Principal’s List set a school record. Mr. Zoeller is inviting all freshmen and sophomores for some delicious sheet cake during advising Thursday. Juniors and seniors are invited to for a slice or two next Tuesday, Nov. 13. Congratulations to all who earned honor roll in the first quarter. Keep up the hard work. Second quarter is shorter, so be sure stay aware of your assignments so you can earn this honor again for the 2nd Quarter.
All Seniors who are going on retreat #3 next week: there is a mandatory meeting on Thursday at 2:45, right after the senior dismissal bell, in the Chapel. This meeting will only last about 10 minutes and will tell you what to pack and other details for retreat. If you cannot attend, see Mrs. Emrich in Campus Ministry as soon as possible. Again, there is a meeting at 2:45 on Thursday in the Chapel for all seniors going on retreat.
Reminder to all who are interested, applications for the Governor’s Scholar Program are due Friday by 2:30 to Mr. Diehl in T125.
Dare to Care drive runs thru Thursday. The priority is cash donations and high nutrition canned foods. Checks may be made out to Trinity High School or Dare to Care. Collections done thru advising groups. All Donations are tax deductible.
Juniors—your retreat days continue over the next few weeks. Not sure when you go? Check the rosters posted outside Campus Ministry offices and in your theology classrooms. On your retreat day, report to the cafeteria instead of 1st block. You can dress down in jeans, a collared or Trinity shirt, and sneakers. You’ll be off campus all day and lunch is included. Details will also be sent to your school email the day before your retreat.
JUNIOR RETREAT DAYS:
Today DAWSON – FRENCH
Tuesday, November 13 GAO – HARDY
Monday, November 29 HARLAN – HUGHES
No Shave November Trivia Challenge on Thursday during advising.
- All Advising groups will participate in No Shave November Trivia Challenge.
- This fun and fast-paced Quizizz trivia game will challenge your Advising group to see how well they can recognize the bearded faces of famous individuals and Trinity faculty and staff members.
- Your Advising group’s participation in the trivia challenge is crucial because your group’s final score will be added to the scores of the other groups in your House for a combined House total.
- The House with the highest overall score will receive 20 points.
- The top five Advising groups will receive pop tarts.
Video Game Tournament will be Thursday, November 15 at 3:15 in F342.
Principal’s Challenge: Rube Goldberg Machine Contest- Catch a Christmas Elf on Thursday, December 6 during advising in F133.
Video Game Tournament: The Video Game Tournament will take place on Thursday, Nov. 15 at 3:15 PM in F342 (TTV Studio). A meeting to decide the game for the tournament will take place Tuesday during advising.
House Marquee Events:
Varsity Basketball vs. Bullitt East on Tuesday, Nov. 27 at 7:30 in Steinhauser.
Guitar Club will meet tomorrow after school in the music room. Feel free to drop off your guitar in the morning if you like.
The Book Club will meet on Thursday, November 15 after school in the library. Please make plans to attend. For more information, see Mr. Schum in F245.
The Inner Peace Club will meet during Advising in the Chapel on Tuesday, November 13. The club meets for Christo-centric guided meditation. Students wishing to attend must send an email to Mr. Schum @ email@example.com in order to create a flex time reservation. For more information, see Mr. Schum in F245.
The Robotics Club meets every Monday after school in the Technology Center. New members are always welcome!
The Future Problem Solving team will practice next week in the library. Practices are Mondays and Wednesdays between 3-4 pm, and Thursdays during Advising. Members only need to attend one practice per week. No experience with FPS is necessary and new members are always welcome. This year’s District topic is Drones. To learn more about participating with the FPS team, contact Mr. Jones in the library.
If you are interested in studying Computer Science in college, you should mark your calendar for Thursday. Fern Creek High School hosts a CS College Day with Computer Science teaching staff from 15 to 20 area universities colleges. It’s a great opportunity for you and maybe your parents to talk to Computer Science instructors for the schools – not just the admissions people. See Mrs. Mason in the Technology Center for more info.
The lacrosse program is running box lacrosse open gym at the King Louie indoor facility starting Wednesday from 4-6 pm. This is free, and open to all Trinity students in all grades. Please contact Coach Schroeder with questions.