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Just When You Thought Your Day Was Crazy!

ECHO Staff

April 16, 2019


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Mr. Chet Allen, a 1985 Trinity graduate, provided this time-lapse video of Trinity at dismissal time about two weeks ago.  The 11-second video required 450 photos.      https://youtu.be/kIeTKVjb7ws

A Jungle Journey for Artists

A Jungle Journey for Artists

ECHO Staff

March 21, 2019


Filed under Features, Photo Galleries, Showcase

As the Department of Theatre Arts production of "Tarzan" receives rave reviews, here's a little look behind the scenes, or should we say behind the scenery! As explained by art teacher Mr. Alan Wilson: "At the request of Director Kate Reedy, Art I classes have helped with the set of the last thre...

A Growing Shamrock Spirit Within the Youngest Rocks

A Growing Shamrock Spirit Within the Youngest Rocks

ECHO Staff

March 21, 2019


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Powerful. Meaningful. Fun. A unique facet of high school education is evident nearly every week of the year as Trinity's retreat and recollection programs focus on helping students grow in faith, in self-awareness and in connections to others. Coordinated by Campus Ministers Mrs. Mary Emrich and ...

Spring Musical a Real Shamrock Family Production

Colin Murphy, Staff Reporter

March 13, 2019


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One, two, three, four, five, SIX sets of siblings take part in the upcoming Trinity musical “Tarzan.” Chemistry in "Tarzan," which opens Mar. 13 at 7 p.m., should be strong considering the family connections within the company. The siblings and their schools are as follows: Chris (THS) & Nata...

Top Times Stacking Up for Trinity Sophomore

Top Times Stacking Up for Trinity Sophomore

Aidan Koch, Staff Reporter

March 8, 2019


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On your mark, get set, STACK! Trinity sophomore Dylan Ernst is taking the sports stacking world by storm. Ernst currently ranks fifth in Kentucky and plans to keep improving. Ernst's past tournaments results, according the World Sports Stacking Association, are impressive: 1. Great Lakes Regional S...

Backside Learning Center ‘Not Just Tutoring’

Liam O'Brien, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2018


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From Backside Learning Center's adult-education program to after-school youth programs, helping people is what it is all about. Ms. Mariah Garcia, the family resource coordinator at Backside Learning Center, talked to Spanish classes at Trinity about the center. Backside Learning Center is an ind...

Dreams Not Diminished by Disappointment

Dreams Not Diminished by Disappointment

Andrew Cawood, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2018


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A header across the middle bounces out, then is struck with a powerful blow, sending it rocketing into the upper 90. Fans scream, players run to the corner. Goal, Rocks! The Trinity soccer Rocks had a disappointing end to an outstanding regular season, but still have many reasons to be proud. ...

Students Connect and Fundraise to Combat Diseases

Liam O'Brien, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2018


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Two chronic diseases that are sometimes talked about in whispers plague many people. Ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease are inflammatory bowel diseases that cause long-lasting inflammation and possibly ulcers in the digestive tract. Trinity students Jack and Zach are among the many affected...

Playing for Mack, Hometown Crowd Led to Johnson’s UL Signing

Playing for Mack, Hometown Crowd Led to Johnson’s UL Signing

Matt Gadd, Editor in Chief

December 12, 2018


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It came down to three. After months of mulling over his decision, Trinity senior David Johnson was finally ready.  Johnson tweeted “#L1C4." He was staying home; he was going to attend the University of Louisville. This pickup was huge for Louisville basketball, working to overcome myriad ...

Answers About the Gold Cup

Damarcus Wilson, Staff Reporter

December 9, 2018


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Trinity students have been wondering about a mysterious gold chalice moving around the school. Here are some answers.  The chalice is called the Elijah Cup. Teachers receive the cup weekly in a rotation they sign up for, and they receive a binder of readings and prayers to read aloud to the cl...

Galapagos Islands a Feast for the Senses

Galapagos Islands a Feast for the Senses

Cole Crush, Editor in Chief

November 28, 2018


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Breathtaking views thousands of miles away from home. Snorkeling in crystal clear water with rare breeds of animals. This was all part of a trip taken to the Galapagos Islands.  A province of Ecuador known for its diverse culture and wildlife, the Galapagos Islands are rich with culture and wild...

Learning to Govern — Inside the Kentucky Youth Assembly

Learning to Govern — Inside the Kentucky Youth Assembly

ECHO Staff

November 20, 2018


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From Trinity's Kentucky Youth Assembly delegation advisers Mr. Walter Mata and Mr. Jorge Serrano: Congratulations to the KYA delegation. Every year they make us proud of their hard work and dedication. This year was special for several reasons. First, as a delegation they won the Honor Level Serv...

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