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.
Good Afternoon Everyone,
I can't even believe this is the last set of notes for the year!! Thanks to this amazing community we did it and we did it well. I am looking forward to having a traditional last day of school with the children. They will all be attending Mass in person (1st time all year). Everyone will be wearing masks. We will be presenting awards immediately after Mass. Parents will not be invited to attend. We will still be sitting with social distancing in mind and I am not sure how much room will be available for guests. Thank you for understanding.
All students will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m. through their regular doors. Students will be leaving with their report cards, MAP testing results, next year’s calendar and their summer packets.
We have received word from the state that there will not be any remote learning next school year. All students are to be back in school and remote teaching will not be available. Though I feel our teachers did an exceptional job, nothing can replace in-person, hands-on learning for the students and the teachers. The only guidance they have not provided is in regards to mask wearing. I will update you on this once I hear from the state. I expect it will be at some point during the summer.
Some changes on the horizons:
1. We say good-bye to Mrs. Arcouette who will be retiring this year. She has had a very long and successful career in the Diocese. We wish her well and much health and happiness in this next adventure of her life.
2. Mrs. Caitlin Hoffman (kindergarten assistant) will be the new lead teacher in pre-k 4. Mrs. Hoffman is a seasoned degreed, licensed, early childhood teacher.
3. Mrs. Katie Paul will be stepping out of 5th grade and will become our 3rd special education teacher. I am so excited to be able to offer more resources to our students.
Once again “THANK YOU” for all of your support and cooperation during this very strange year. It was a success because of the strong partnership between home and school.
I pray you all have a happy, health and fun filled summer!
Families of children who are graduating...pre-k, kindergarten & 8th grade will be receiving specific information regarding their child’s graduation. There are still some restrictions in place so I ask that when you receive the information you read it carefully and reach out if you have any questions
Dress Down Day
Tomorrow, June 2nd is our monthly $5.00 dress down day. Please remember shorts must be at an appropriate length and sandals and open toe shoes are not allowed.
Candy bars are still available. We will be selling them for $1.00 per bar of candy. The children will be able to buy at lunch time and you can also call and order a box. This is not the usual candy sale fundraiser.
The 1st Communion for our school students in 2nd grade, who are registered with Holy Trinity Parish, will be held on Sunday, June 13th at 2:00 p.m.
We will be offering summer school this year. This is for students who have failed a subject or for students who we feel need some remedial help. Please check your child’s report card on Friday. If we are requesting/suggesting they attend summer school you will have the request attached to their card. I ask that you call the office to officially register them for classes. The schedule is:
The week of July 12th - August 6th
Monday through Thursday
8:30-10:30. It will be held here at school.