At Holy Trinity School, we strive to instill Catholic values, such as compassion and responsibility into our students. Our faculty and staff provide an education rooted in Christ that is second to none. We pray that the education we share with our students will allow them to grow deeper in their faith, morality and life in Christ. We ask God's blessing on our every intention and effort.

Sincerely yours,
Brenda Gagnon


Weekly Notes

Good Afternoon Everyone,


We are really off to a great start of the school year. The children are settling in nicely. Please remember, tomorrow is Picture Day. The $5.00 Dress Down Day is Thursday.  There was a mistake on the September calendar. 

I know that a number of middle school students are still waiting for their dress uniforms (vest, white shirts etc.). This is not a problem. I ask that they dress in green polos and pants (for boys). Girls  are being asked to dress in white shirt with a uniform skirt or polo shirt and pants. 


Once again this year we will be offering the fundraiser for Dress Down Fridays. The cost is $250.00 and your child (children) will be able to dress down every Friday. This was a huge success last year! I hope to have another great participation. Thank you in advance to all families who will be participating.


Thursday is our 1st $5.00 Dress Down. This fundraiser is held every month. I ask if your child dresses down to make sure they are wearing appropriate clothing. NO tank tops, flip flops, short shorts and T-shirts with inappropriate pictures or sayings and ripped jeans. 


I am sure you have noticed that there are a number of half days this year. This is for two reasons. First, the Diocese has added more professional development for our staff. The second is, Holy Trinity has begun the process of being re-accredited through NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges). These half days will be spent working on the very detailed report that is to be presented to a committee that will be visiting with us next October. You will be receiving more information about this process as the year progresses. Thank you for your support and understanding.

Have a great week!


Mrs. Gagnon



Please return all of the information papers you received on the first day of school. It is vital we have the latest information and parent emails.


Parents should not be walking their children to class in the morning. The only class that parents are allowed to walk the child in is pre-k3. Grades kindergarten - 3rd enter through Tucker St. door from 8:00 a.m.- 8:15 a.m..  Grades 4th - 8th enter through the main door. pre-k3 & pre-k4 enter through the main door. All children must enter through the main door and report to the office if they arrive after 8:15 a.m. The children who attend morning care will enter through the main door and report to the cafeteria.


Our annual Open House will be held on Thursday, September 22nd. It is held from 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. We begin the evening at the parish hall and then families come back to school and visit with their child’s teacher.


Our lost and found bin is very full. If your child is missing an item please consider checking the bin.

All unclaimed items will be donated at the end of the year


Please remember lunch orders need to be in by Friday. Students who bring in orders the following week or on the day they are ordering will receive a ham sandwich. There have been too many lunch orders coming on late. These are orders we did not plan on.


The Choir will be singing for Holy Trinity Parish’s Mass, Sunday, September 11 at 10:30 a.m.

A choir rehearsal will be held on Wednesday, September 7th from 2:45 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. for those who will be singing at the Parish Mass. 

New choir members are invited to join the following week, September 14th rehearsal. Sign up sheets are available in the office.