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,

I hope this week’s notes find all of our families healthy and well. It is so hard to believe that this is the last week of school for the students. When this whole pandemic started we did not know what to expect and what we were going to do. Here it is 12 weeks later and for the most part we have made it through. The teachers have learned that they are capable of more than they ever thought possible. The students have learned there is more than one way to learn and parents have found they can balance and manage  more than they ever thought they would have to. 


We are living through history. Your children will tell their children stories about what it has been like. 


I cannot thank you parents, teachers and students for giving 150%. I have said many times this is the most difficult thing I have been through as an educator and as a principal. There have been many sleepless nights and many prayers, looking for guidance…...at the end I know God has been carrying us all. I give thanks to Him for all his blessings. I give thanks to Him for the families we have at our school. I give thanks to Him for the beautiful children you have entrusted in our care.


Thank you again to everyone who has made this journey successful!

Have a great week.


Mrs. Gagnon

Pick-up and Drop-offs

Week of June 8th pick-up and drop-offs

Please refer to the schedule I am providing below:



9:30-10:30   A-B

10:30-11:30 C-E



 9:30-10:30 F-H

10:30-11:30 I-K



 9:30-10:30 L-N

10:30-11:30 O-Q



9:30-10:30 R-S

10:30- 11:30 T-Z



9:30-11:00  Any left over items for families who could not make their time.


  • Please look at the 2020-2021 calendar very carefully. It has a late start for us. Labor Day is very late this year.

  • The first day of school is September 1st. It will be a half day with 11:30 a.m. dismissal. August 31st is the staff opening day. I have a number of teachers in professional training the week before.

  • Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions or concerns that may arise during the summer. You can call school or email me at bgagnon@htfr.dfrcs.org


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