Trinity High School Class of 2025 Mentoring Days
On Tuesday, Oct. 12 Campus Ministry will offer Mentoring Days to those freshmen who were not able to participate during the summer.
Students will be assigned either to a morning or afternoon session and detailed information will be shared by Mr. Chris Luken as we get closer.
The morning session will take place during 1st and 2nd block. The afternoon session will take place during 3rd and 4th block.
Students should come in school dress and will eat lunch during their normal time.
If your son did not participate in a Mentoring Day this past summer, please register him using the short form below by Tuesday, Oct. 5.
Mentoring Days are designed to welcome incoming freshman into the Trinity Family and show him what it means to be Brothers for Life. They are led by senior leaders and faculty and will serve at the Retreat.
It is a great way for your son to meet new classmates, begin forming new friendships and to learn from seniors who can serve as mentors for the upcoming year.
All Mentoring Days will take place from 12:30-3:30 on Trinity’s campus with lunch provided. Students are allowed to dress down for the day. The days are not mandatory but are highly recommended. Mentoring Days are FREE.
Dates will run during the weeks of the Freshman Orientation Experience, and we encourage you to sign up for a Mentoring Day date during your Freshman Orientation week but understand if that is not possible. All dates will be limited to 30 students.
Sign up today for one of the following Freshman Mentoring Days:
- Tuesday, July 20 (SESSION IS CLOSED)
- Wednesday, July 21
- Thursday, July 22
- Tuesday, July 27
- Wednesday, July 28
- Thursday, July 29 (SESSION IS CLOSED)
- Tuesday, August 3 (SESSION IS CLOSED)
- Wednesday, August 4 (SESSION IS CLOSED)
- Thursday, August 5
If you have any questions regarding your son’s Mentoring Day, please contact Assistant Campus Minister, Chris Luken, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 736-8231.
For additional information contact:
Mr. Chris Luken
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