Daily Announcements for Tuesday, March 8, 2022

News from the office:

There are several hours of service opportunities coming up. Please check with the Community Service Opportunities group on Rockspace or see Mr. Luken in T215 for more information.

The WaterStep Teen Board is hosting a shoe drive led by Senior Andrew Baribeau. Bring old shoes – any shoe, any size until March 25. Donation bins will be in the rotunda and 2n/a Old Trinity floor. Interested students can also join the Teen Board. WaterStep uses the proceeds from the sale of the shoes to provide water purification units to communities in developing countries.

Attention students – Good news, bad news. Due to construction, the Sheehan lot will soon lose some parking spaces. Starting this week, part of the Sheehan lot will be marked off with building tape. Now for the good news: students will gain more seats between the Communication Arts Pavilion and the auditorium. A reminder to all students parking on campus: you must have a parking pass displayed in your windshield and you must park in a designated location. Those who park illegally on campus will be prosecuted and repeat offenders may be towed.

Juniors and Seniors: Balfour will be there after school at 3:15 p.m. THURSDAY. If you need to order a ring or announcements, try making one of these dates!

Amid the ongoing Covid chaos and a Russian invasion of Ukraine, does anyone remember Mayfield, Kentucky? Just a few months ago, a tornado swept through most of Earth City. Hundreds of families still have no homes or more than basic survival necessities. Want a REAL spring break trip this year and a chance to do some good in the world? Mr Budniak is organizing a 3 day trip in April to Mayfield to provide relief and work efforts to people in Trinity who can help. The seats are limited. Please see Mr. Budniak for details and registration!

Attention all students, parents and interested parties: international travel is BACK on the menu! Sr. Cuenca and Mr. Budniak are leading our second tour of Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands next summer, June 2023. Places will fill up fast, so come and inquire to register as soon as possible!

Submit to the Axiom! A few selected students will be selected for gift cards for their contributions. Any work of art – drawing, painting, photography, writing, video, music or anything else is good to submit. Find the page on Trinity.Rocks.

Class of 2023: Application to become a senior class officer will open on March 14. Applications must be sent before 3 p.m. the 17th of March. See Ms. Kerns or Mr. Manning with questions.

Attention NHS and Beta Club members: If you need service hours, please try to usher in the Spring Musical, The Lightning Thief! Come see Ms. Durbin in Academic Services to register or email [email protected] The following dates are still available: March 16, 17, 18, 19, 24 and 26 at 7 p.m., March 13 and 27 at 2 p.m.

Seniors: Registration for the Pink White Dance Team is now open. Practices begin March 22. See Ms. Kerns at the College Counseling Center to register.

Senior Ball tickets will be on sale now-march 10. Tickets will be sold before and after school at the College Guidance Office and for 2n/a and 3rd lunch in the cafeteria. The single ticket costs $30; The couple ticket is $50. No dinner will be offered at the ball.

The ball will be held at the Jeffersonian on March 11, 2022 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Looking for a job ? : Check out the slide with the announcements

  • The principal of Kicks Soccer Academy shares a football coaching job opportunity that could be of great interest to junior and senior students at your schools. The coach will work with K-5 students at JCPS partner schools March-May, Monday-Friday, 3:45-5:15 p.m., with pay starting at $15 per day. ‘time. If interested, contact Ms. Durbin at Academic Services for more information, or email
  • [email protected] or call my office at 502-429-7270 to find out how to apply or for any questions about jobs.

the Earth and Spirit Center is looking for volunteers for its summer camp, Camp Odyssey. They need day camp counsellors. It’s fun work, working with children, hiking, gardening, playing games, leading activities and teaching all things environmental. It’s a great way to get many hours of service in a week! See Mr. Luken for more information.

News from home:

Activities:

The Guitar Club will hold a meeting TODAY in the music room C271. Note the change of the usual meeting day! You can bring your guitar near the music room in the morning and drop it off if you wish. For more information, contact Mr. Daniel in room D223.

The intramural volleyball pool game will begin TODAY. Schedules have been emailed to team captains – so check with your captain or stop by the Technology Center on the ground floor of Old Trinity Hall to pick one up. Matches are played at Shamrock Gym.

Attention all members of the Future Business Leaders of America: There will be a very brief but very important meeting of the FBLA on TODAYin T318. We will discuss plans for the next regional conference.

ANIME CLUB meeting TOMORROW, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. F133 (Ms Wagoner)

Dual functionality: DragonBall and DeathNote

Bring a friend for a snack and an afternoon of fun

The Sts. The Peter and Paul Society will offer a Stations of the Cross during Lent on Friday afternoons in the Chapel from 2 p.m. The Stations of the Cross is a traditional Catholic prayer reminiscent of Jesus’ Stations of the Cross. It can be a powerful prayer experience. All are welcome.

Culinary club meets TOMORROW. Hope to see you there. Email Kathy Kiefer or Rachel Hall for more information.

The drumline is looking for new members. We practice every THURSDAY after school in the meeting room. No experience necessary. For any information, please contact Mr. Mata in room F240 or email him at [email protected]

Any student interested in the Society of St. Joseph of Arimathea should email or see Mrs. deGolian at the library. Students from this important ministry serve at the funerals of homeless and indigent members of the Louisville community on alternating Thursdays. We need more students ready to serve. You don’t attend every funeral. Contact Ms. deGolian or Mr. Domzalski if you have any questions.

Interested in Trinity Yoga Club? Email Ms. Nazarenko at [email protected] for more information.

Attention French students, the French Scrabble team meets after school on Mondays and Wednesdays in room F237 of Mr. Wilson. Snack provided!

Do you know that most things around us are about electronics? Do you like to understand this topic better, then register with Mr. CM by signing up for Remind. To join, message @THSEL2122 to number 81010. This club involves hands-on activities such as soldering, desoldering components, assembling small circuits for various applications, and in doing so, learn some of the basics of electricity and electronics. The club will meet on 2n/a and 4and THURSDAYS of each month, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., in room F332.

Athletics:

Trinity Ice Hockey – Over the weekend in Lexington, the Ice Rocks wrapped up their season in Lexington. Struggling with injuries and a shortlist, the team fell to Metro Lexington and Team Charleston. Coach Smith was proud of the teams season highlighted by a Senior Night win over St. X and a strong league record in the regular season.

Trinity Tennis – Head Coach Chet Allen ’85 and the Tennis Rocks begin match play competitions this week.

Trinity Track and Field – Head Coach John Barbagallo and the T/F Rocks begin the outdoor competitive season this week.

Trinity Volleyball – Head Coach Brian Bowles ’06 and the Volleyball Rocks begin single game competition this week.

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Archery

  • Friday/Saturday NASP status.

The Crosse

  • Tuesday JV/Varsity at South Oldham 6pm/7.30pm
  • Sunday Varsity vs. Culver Academy in Columbus, OH

Tennis

  • Thursday Kentucky Duals at St. X 4 p.m.

Athletics

  • Tuesday JV at St. X 4 p.m.

Volleyball

  • Saturday Varsity at Cathedral Tournament (Indianapolis) 2 p.m.

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