Recent alumnus Chase Pomerleau ’18 and longtime Trinity teacher Ms. Mary Ann Hall H’08 were honored at the National Law Symposium for Catholic Schools at its annual meeting held at the Brown Hotel in Louisville on Saturday night. Each earned recognition for excellence.
Chase Pomerleau was honored for his perseverance overcoming a pool accident last summer which left him temporarily paralyzed and enduring several months of therapy. Despite his hardships, he never missed Honor Roll. Mary Ann Hall received a lifetime achievement award for her work with learning-different students. Sr. Mary Angela Shaughnessy H’15, who hosted the law symposium, praised Trinity for its abiding history of care and inclusion.
Trinity president Dr. Rob Mullen ’77 and principal Dan Zoeller H’07 also were invited to speak at the Law Symposium. Mullen and Zoeller presented on the school’s successful implementation of alcohol and drug testing for students, teachers, staff members and board members.