Auditions for our spring 2021 shows – Sherlock Holmes and Shrek the Musical!
begin November 16! Sign up and get more information at www.trinitydota.com. Don’t miss out on being a part of the great Department of Theatre Arts!
PICTURE DAY IS HERE for 9th 10th and 11th Grades!
Tomorrow for Green Day Math Classes
Friday for White Day Math Classes
All students receive a basic packet of pictures, but they must have an order form and check if parents wish to purchase additional pictures. Order forms are available from your Math teacher. Underclassmen will be photographed during your math class.
Students should look sharp and are required to wear a shirt, tie and a sports coat for their picture.
Wednesday, Nov. 11 from 9-12 p.m. will be picture day for absent or online students.
Congratulations to sophomore Michael Johnson who had his name drawn from all of those who submitted work to this month’s Axiom contest. Michael wins a $25 gift card to the merchant of his choice. All students can check out his drawing of Clint Eastwood and of all of the other students who submitted their work on the Axiom web page. The Axiom will announce a new contest soon!
During this time of uncertainty, let’s help bring some joy this holiday season! Beta Club’s Matthew Hunter is coordinating a donation drive for Roos Wish, which is a local charity that helps youth in foster care agencies. Roos Wish is hosting their annual stocking collection, and they are in need of gifts for teens boys especially. How can you help? You donate a gift card or two ($5-10 with amount written on it), donate a few items (such as packaged snacks, candy, DVDs, card games, etc.), or fill a whole stocking. Bring your items to Mr. Koopman’s room F231 between now and November 13.
Comedy Club: Who doesn’t need a laugh this year? The Comedy Club is offering a $20 gift card to the student with the best original impression of a celebrity or Trinity faculty member. Impressions must be recorded on video and shared through OneDrive with Mr. Jones at email@example.com. The best impression will capture the voice, the facial expressions, the gestures, the physical traits, and word choices of your celebrity or teacher. Videos should be one minute or more. Your impression may even run on TTV. For more information, contact Mr. Jones. The deadline to be eligible for the gift card is FRIDAY. Students may submit multiple entries. Blow off some stress and submit your impression today.
Future Problem Solvers (FPS): Do you love collaboration, problem solving, and writing? The Future Problem Solving team may be for you. FPS, or Future Problem Solving, is a major component of Trinity’s academic team and is fundamental to its success at the district and regional levels. This year’s FPS district topic is wearable technology. FPS will soon begin practicing for district competition. No experience with FPS is necessary and new members are always welcome. To learn more about participating with the FPS team virtually or in-person, see Mr. Jones in the library or contact Mr. Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Library Advisory Board (SLAB): Do you have ideas for how to help the library better serve students in the virtual or hybrid environment? Then the library needs you on the Student Library Advisory Board. Also known as SLAB, the Student Library Advisory Board is always open to new members. If you’d like to propose ideas or offer feedback on all things library-related, please contact Mr. Jones in the library for more information. It’s also a great opportunity for padding your college applications. SLAB hopes to have its first meeting at the beginning of November. Be the first to find out the time of the meeting by contacting Mr. Jones this week.
Trinity’s Robotics club will be meeting every Monday and Thursday in the Technology Center after school. All interested students are welcome!!
We are currently looking for new members. We are a laid-back group of guys that have fun making noise and cheering on our Trinity brothers. No prior experience is needed to join. We practice every Thursday from 3-4 after school. If you are interested Email Mr. Mata (email@example.com) or myself (firstname.lastname@example.org).
It’s not too late to join the award-winning Speech and Debate Team. Contact Ms. Zuccaro at email@example.com or come to room F233 for more information. All are welcome!
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 @THSEL2021 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 every other week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 to 4 pm, in Room F332. The first club day will be communicated through Remind.
Coming off a successful year, we are back and stronger than ever. We are taking new member to participate in KYA and KUNA. Let Mr. Mata 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
Students, if you feel that a career in architecture, engineering or construction work may be in your future, then the ACE is just for you. What is ACE? ACE mentoring program provides students with an opportunity to collaborate and learn from professionals in the field of design and construction. Experts will share advice and valuable skills about what’s needed to be successful. You will also complete an actual project and have the chance to make good contacts and earn scholarship money at the end of the process. If you are interested in learning more about ACE, then please see Mr. Chittissery (CM) in F332 or just email him. Also, those students who were in the program last year need to reconfirm their interest by signing up again. This year, due to the pandemic, the ACE club will meet virtually on TEAMS, except for field trips.
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Freshmen basketball tryouts for the fall sport athletes (football / soccer) will be held on Tuesday, 11/2/20 from 3:45pm – 4:45pm. (Sign in @ Steinhauser gym that day)
Those interested in participating on the Swim & Dive team this season to please stop by Mr. Kraus’s room, D222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
- Saturday KHSAA State Championship at Bourbon County Fairgrounds(Paris, KY)3:30 pm
- Tomorrow vs. St.X 4 pm
- Tomorrow Freshman at St X 5:30 pm
- Friday Varsity vs Bowling Green at Trinity 7:30 pm (Senior Night)
- Friday vs St X at Iceland 8 pm