Upcoming Clubs and Activities Meetings

Upcoming Clubs and Activities Meetings

Below you will find a listing of when and where upcoming clubs and activities are taking place as well as who to contact with questions and for more information. If you would like a general overview of all of  Trinity’s Clubs and Activities, please click here or contact Mr. Adam Klein, Director of House and Activities at 736-8230 or klein@trinityrocks.com.

Clubs and Activities 

Monday, May 2 – Friday, May 13

Applications are now open for membership in Trinity’s Beta Club, which is a scholarship – leadership – service organization. Any current freshman, sophomore, or junior with a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher who has demonstrated leadership and is willing to commit to extra community service each year is invited to apply. In order to apply, you should attend an interest session on Tuesday, May 3. The session will be held right after school in Mr. Koopman’s room, F231.

The final Uno Club meeting of the school year will take place on Wednesday, May 4, at 3:00 PM in F346. New and old members are always welcome.

The final meeting of the Anime Club for the 2021-22 school year will take place Wednesday, May 11, from 3-4 pm in F133. Join us for an afternoon of entertainment. See Mrs. Waggoner with any questions.

An informational meeting for Trinity’s newest activity, the Fencing Club, will take place on Thursday, May 12 in Mr. Napper’s room, F334.

Current sophomores and juniors interested in joining Trinity’s National Honor Society should check your email for application instructions.  Applications must be submitted no later than Friday, May 20.  Late applications will not be accepted.  See Mrs. deGolian with questions.

The Kentucky Derby RoboRumble will be held on Saturday, May 14.  The RoboRumble features three different competitive events including SumoBot, Robotics Use, and Live Programming. Students can compete by themselves or with a team of other students and are all done using Lego Mindstorm EV3 robots. In the past, Trinity students have competed in the Sumobots and Live Programming competitions. In the Live Programming event, teams enter the contest room with a laptop and their base robot. Teams receive a list of challenges and tasks and must adjust their robot and write the program to perform each task. Points are given for completing each task, for using different sensors, and for completing the tasks in the shortest time. The SumoBot event involves two robots in a circular ring, with the goal being to disable and push the opposing robot out of the ring.  The Robotic Use event focuses on creating a robot that either is a transformation of another item or transforms the way you do a task. The teams are judged based on a defined rubric. Each of the three years before Covid, Trinity brought home the first-place trophy in the high school division of the Live Programming event!  Students interested in participating in this year’s RoboRumble should see Mrs. Mason in the Technology Center or email Ms. Mason at mason@trinityrocks.com.

The Senior Flag Corps is a special group of seniors who represent the school by participating in the pre-game Flag Ceremony held at home Trinity Football games. The Flag Corps is dedicated to maintaining the dignity of these ceremonies, and they are widely appreciated by both home and visiting fans. Their work has been copied and used elsewhere in many high school stadiums. As a member of the Senior Flag Corps, you will meet about a half an hour before home football games, lower the American flag, fold it, and take it to the home side of the stands.  Then you return to the visitor’s side.  Some honorees are announced, and members of the Trinity chorus start singing God Bless America.  At this point you walk to the middle of the field and receive the flag from the honorees, and carry it to the flagpole, where you attach it and turn the crank to raise the flag when everyone sings the Star Spangled Banner.  That’s it – then you can return to the student section and cheer for our football ROCKS! This fall, there will be 5 home football games between September 2 and October 15.  There may also be some playoff games in November. If this sounds like something you would like to participate in (and add to your resume!) see Mrs. Mason in the Technology Center on the bottom floor of Trinity Hall.  You can come during advising or after school or send her an email at mason@trinityrocks.com.  

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