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Volleyball League Champions
Good luck in the tournament!
Welcome to our school!
Blessed Trinity Catholic School strives to assist all students, regardless of race, creed, or ethnic background, in the difficult task of maturing into well-rounded, capable citizens of this great country and followers of Jesus Christ. As a Catholic School, Blessed Trinity is dedicated to integrating the teaching of God and Gospel values within the total curriculum.
Blessed Trinity Catholic School provides all students the opportunity to flourish in a Catholic Christian environment through inspired academics, spiritual growth, and service to our community.
CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK JANUARY 25 - JANUARY 31!
We are looking forward to celebrating Catholic Schools Week January 25 - January 31. We will be conducting a food drive for Catholic Charities and Souper Bowl of Caring. This year we have been asked to collect canned tuna or canned chicken. If possible, please send in two cans - one for Catholic Charities and one for our parish food pantry. Students may bring canned meat in throughout the week. Both charities are also in need of brown grocery bags.
Catholic School Week Activities Include:
A book exchange (Pre-K through 5th grade) during the students’ media class. Students may bring in up to 3 books they would like to exchange. For every book brought in by a student, s/he may choose another from those brought in by the other students. Exchanges are permanent; students should not expect to get back the books they bring in to exchange.
Estimation Jars Each Day
Monday, January 26 - Cultural Fair in the Parish Hall and Hat Day
Tuesday, January 27 - Silly Socks and/or Flannel PJ Bottoms (worn with uniform shirt) and/or Closed Toe Slippers (socks must be worn with slippers)
Wednesday, January 28 - Nail Polish Day and Induction of National Junior Honor Society students
Thursday, January 29 - Nail Polish Day, NFL/College Football Shirt/Jersey Day and Hoola Hoop Contest
Friday, January 30 - Nail Polish Day, Tacky Tie Day, and Middle School Untucked Shirt Day
Saturday, January 31 - Father/Daughter Dance
DATES TO REMEMBER:
1-2 School Closed
5 No Classes - Professional Day
6 Classes Resume
6 Eagle T- Shirt Day
8 Report Cards - PreK - 8th Grade
9 450th Anniversary OR Eagle T-Shirt Day
13 Eagle T-Shirt Day
13 School-Wide Open House at 6:30pm
15 Eagle T-Shirt Day
19 School Closed - Martin Luther King Day
23 Eagle T-Shirt Day
25-31 Catholic Schools Week
26 Cultural Fair
30 12:15pm Early Dismissal K-8th Grade
31 Father-Daughter Dance
2 Non-Uniform Day for Catholic Charities Donation
2-6 Book Fair
5 Progress Reports 3rd - 8th Grade
6 Class Picture Day - School Uniform Required
13 School Closed
16 President's Day - School Closed
20 450th Anniversary T-Shirt Day
January 15, 2015
In-house Registration forms for students currently enrolled who wish to enroll in First through Eighth Grade will be emailed out on January15th. A hardcopy packet may be requested. Sibling enrollment forms may also be requested from the school office. Registration forms must be returned by January 30th with registration fee, signed letter of cooperation, and all necessary forms completed. Packets and fee must be returned in order to guarantee a place in class.
In-house Registration forms and fee are due.
Requested sibling students are placed in First through Eighth grade if space is available.
Begin placement of In-Parish applicants.
Within 7 business days of notification of acceptance, completed registration forms and registration fees must be returned in order to secure a place in the class.
Begin review and placement of General Public applications.