SENIORS: The rosters for senior retreats next week and in November are posted outside of the Campus Ministry offices in Old Trinity Hall. If you are going on the October retreat, there is an information meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 19, at 8:15 in Advising. Make a hall pass to see Mrs. Emrich and report to the Chapel. The meeting will take about 15 minutes and will tell you what to pack and other details for retreat. If you cannot attend, check your school email or see Mrs. Emrich in Campus Ministry for details.
Make-Up Picture Day is Scheduled for Friday, October 22. Underclassmen and all Staff who missed the original picture day sessions will be called out of first period to have their picture taken. Students will receive a reminder and should wear a sports coat, shirt and tie.
MONDAY: Middle Tennessee State University – 8:10-8:40 – in College Counseling office
TUESDAY: The University of Alabama – 2nd & 3rd lunch – in Cafeteria
WEDNESDAY: The University of Tampa – 2nd & 3rd lunch – in Cafeteria
Furman University – 2nd & 3rd lunch – in Cafeteria
University of Kentucky – 2nd & 3rd lunch – in Cafeteria
DePauw University – 3:00-3:30 – in College Counseling office
FRIDAY: United States Marine Corps – 2nd & 3rd lunch – in Cafeteria
Monday, October 25: Catholic University of America – 8:10-8:40 – in College Counseling office (virtual stream)
Tuesday, October 26: Anderson University (SC) – 2nd & 3rd lunch – in Cafeteria
Wednesday, October 27: Cedarville University – 2nd & 3rd lunch – in Cafeteria
Lipscomb University – 3:00-3:30 – in College Counseling office
Thursday, October 28: Rhodes College – 8:10-8:40 – in College Counseling office (virtual stream)
Any students in need of service hours for theology class see below:
Haunted Car Wash: Thomas Car Wash
Who: 9-12 graders with reliable transportation
Dates needed: October 28-31 (as many days as they would like to volunteer for. We will have a training day the 28th so everyone feels comfortable)
Times needed: 6-midnight(ish)/day
Location needed: Thomas Car Wash Preston Fern Valley (6511 Preston Highway)
What we’re doing: we’re trying to put on our 2nd Haunted Carwash! Last year was a huge success, and we’re trying to get enough volunteers to help us out. Portion of proceeds collected go towards Bluegrass Center for Autism.
What you would do: dress us and scare customers! That’s all. You would need to dress warm and prep for water because you’ll be outside and/or in our Wash tunnel, so you might get wet.
How to volunteer: email Kristina@socialhourlou.com with your name, phone number and availability (days and times)
FINAL DAY TO SIGN UP: 10/15
The Trinity Freshman Dance will take place on Saturday, November 6 from 8-11 PM. The dance will take place outside Shamrock Hall under a heated tent and will feature a DJ, a photo booth, light refreshments, and festival games. Attire is semi-formal (Freshmen should wear a sports coat, dress shirt, tie, khakis, and dress shoes). Tickets for the dance are $25 per couple and will be on sale in the Academic Services Office during first lunch and after school from Monday, October 18 to Friday, November 5.
Attention Beta and NHS guys, if you need service hours come sign up to usher the fall play! Come to academic services or email Mrs. Durbin at firstname.lastname@example.org with your date.
There will be an informational meeting on Friday, Oct. 22 at 2 pm for roughly 30 minutes.
SHOW DATES available:
Wed. 10/27, Thurs. 10/28, Fri. 10/29, Sat. 10/30, Wed. 11/3 and Thurs. 11/4 @ 7 pm or
Sun. 10/31 and Sun. 11/7 @ 2 p.m.
You will need to come 1 hour before show time. You should earn around 3 service hours. Space is limited, so you may only choose up to 2 performance dates.
The parent meeting for the Costa Rico Research Trip Summer of 2022 will be MONDAY, October 26 in convocation. Email email@example.com for more details.
Need some extra cash? The job listings are plentiful. Stop by academic services and see Mrs. Durbin or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. We have jobs from Bow Tie Carwash, Mercedes-Benz, Hometown Pizza, Silvio’s, IES, St. Albert’s, Holy Spirit, Kick’s Soccer Academy, Salsaritas, Vera Bradley, Valvoline, Little League, American Eagle Outfitters, Louisville Country Club, White Castle, Del Frisco’s and Lake Forest Village.
Any student that missed the meeting on AP testing that wishes to take an AP test must see Mr. Diehl in his office, T125, as soon as possible.
How to Join a Group on Rockspace
Community Service Opportunities Group
Click on Groups in the green bar at the top of the page. It is next to Courses in the green bar.
Click on “My Groups” in the upper right corner.
Click on the blue “Join Group” button.
Enter the access code for the group you want to join.
Community Service Opportunities Access Code: XHDR-R8DW-JMXF4
Check periodically for new posted opportunities.
Junior Retreat Days: You will go in alphabetical order, so check the rosters posted on the cafeteria flatscreens, outside of Campus Ministry offices, and in your theology classrooms. Remind your parents to complete the permission slip, 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 jeans, tennis shoes or boots, a Trinity shirt, and hoodie or jacket depending on the weather. Lunch is NOT included so bring a bagged lunch. Check your school email the day before your retreat for all the details.
Tuesday, October 19: Heim – Jankoski
Thursday, October 21: Jenkins – Lusardo
TODAY: RESCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 Gaddie, L. – Heady
All other juniors will go on retreat next semester.
If you are absent on your assigned day, you will be rescheduled to attend on May 3.
Check your school email for instructions the day before your retreat.
Kentucky Driving School will be on campus the week of October 25-29, Monday-Thursday 3-5 p.m., Fri. 2-4 p.m. Call KY Driving School at 456-5266 to sign up and pay for the classes. You must have a permit to enroll in class.
- Option 1: Students will participate in 10 hours of classroom instruction. Also included will be 4 hours behind the wheel, 2-2 hour private sessions with pick up and drop off at Trinity. (Note: The driving lessons are scheduled throughout the session, depending on whether or not the student already has his/her permit.) This course normally meets the requirements made by insurance companies for an auto insurance reduction. Fee: $325.00
- Option 2: Student will participate in 10 hours of classroom instruction. (No road instruction is included with this option) You will need to check with your insurance company to see if this course meets requirements for an auto insurance reduction. Fee:$50
Vaping or possession of vaping paraphernalia is a violation of Trinity’s Alcohol and Drug Policy in the Code of Conduct. Consequences include suspension, demerits and/or dismissal.
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Have a greaT year!
Attention all skiers and snowboarders: DO NOT PURCHASE YOUR PERFECT NORTH PASS YET!! There is a resurrected potential of the bus trips running each Friday in January and February and this may affect which pass you want to get! Wait for the word next week about the buses!! See Mr. Budniak if you have questions….
The next meeting for Culinary Club is scheduled for Tuesday, November 16. Plan on the meeting lasting approximately two hours. We look forward to cooking with you and sharing a meal!
Students interested in order a ski club T-shirt can order these online through the campus bookstore. The link can be found outside Mr. Budniak’s room or in Academic Services with Sr. Kathy. Orders must be completed by TONIGHT at midnight if you want a shirt. Here is the link: https://bit.ly/skishirt
Two tables of Uno action on Wednesday produced six overall winners for the day. Leading the way were Jack Poehner and Sam Hannigan. The King of Uno, Dr. Zoeller, returned to his winning ways with a clutch win too. More Uno competition after the fall break.
“Have you submitted anything to the AXIOM? This is a way for students to share their photography, art, writing, music, or anything else creative. In order to submit, first, go to trinity.rocks and click on the AXIOM button. Once there, at the top of the page, you will see a link titled “Axiom Submissions.” From there, you can submit your work. Be on the lookout for October’s challenge — horror. The winner will receive a gift card to the place of their choice.”
Mu Alpha Theta, Math Honor Society meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 20 after school in T312. Stop by for some math fun!
Archery signups close Friday, October 22! Go outside Mr. Rapp’s room F141 to sign up! No experience necessary.
Video game club members – For reasons beyond Mr. Sobczyk’s control, video game club’s next meetings will be Friday, 10/22 and Friday, 10/29 to make up for the missed meeting. Any student interested in the St. Joseph of Arimathea Society should email or see Mrs. deGolian in the library. Students in this important ministry serve at burials for homeless and indigent members of the Louisville community on alternating Thursdays. We are in need of more students willing to serve. You do not attend every burial. Contact Mrs. deGolian or Mr. Domzalski with questions.
Interested in the Trinity Yoga Club? Email Ms. Nazarenko at email@example.com for more information.
Attention French students, French Scrabble Team meets after school on Mondays and Wednesdays in Mr. Wilson’s room F237. Snacks provided!
The Trinity Robotics Club meets every Monday after school in the Trinity Hall Technology Center. New members are always welcome!
We will be saying the Rosary at 2:30 p.m. every Friday. We will say the rosary by the Mary Statue, weather permitting. We will provide the rosaries. Do not worry if you do not know how to pray the rosary, we will be glad to show you. Every other Tuesday we will say the rosary during advising. Students are encouraged to attend. Make an e-hall pass and meet at the Mary statue weather permitting. We will start the prayer at 8:15 and should be done by 8:45. All who are able is welcome to attend.
The drumline is looking for new members. We practice every THURSDAY after school in convocation hall. No experience necessary. Any information please contact Mr. Mata in room F240 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you know that most stuff around us deals with electronics? Do you like to gain more insight into this subject, then sign up with Mr. CM by signing up with Remind. To sign up, text the message @THSEL2122 to the number 81010. This club involves hands on activities like soldering, desoldering components, assembling small circuits for various applications and in the process learn some of the basics of electricity and electronics. The club will meet on the 2nd and 4th THURSDAYS of every month, from 3 to 4 pm, in Room F332.
Basketball Tryouts for students Not playing a fall sport are Monday 10/18 and Tuesday 10/19 from 3 – 4:15 pm.
Winter Sports open their seasons officially on October 15.
CROSS COUNTRY – Saturday at Paris, KY. KTCCCA Meet of Champions
- Freshman: TOMORROW at Oldham County. 6 pm.
Saturday at Trinity vs Cincinnati Elder. 11 am.
- JV: Saturday at Cincinnati Elder. 11 am.
- Varsity: Friday at Trinity vs St. Mary’s (MO). 7 pm.
- TOMORROW (with a win Tuesday). Region semifinals at Ballard. 8 pm.
- Saturday (with a win Thursday). Region championship at Ballard. Time TBA.