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  • Hybrid Classes on Campus/Online Begin..................................................................Sept. 8
  • Rocks Two Weeks Online Begins...................................................................Aug. 24
  • Freshman Academic Convocation Held Remotely..............................................................................Aug. 26

Exploring the Diverse STEM World

The STEM Club explores the disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

ECHO Staff

October 22, 2020

The Trinity STEM Club’s first meeting took place after school Oct. 21. Contact Mr. Steve Hammer ([email protected]) or stop by his classroom, F136, to learn more about the club.  

Rocks Cook Up Some Tasty Dishes

The Culinary Club did some cooking today!

ECHO Staff

October 21, 2020

In addition to holding a Teams meeting, the Culinary Club did some cooking on Oct. 21 at 4:00. If you want to join the club, contact Ms. Rachel Hall ([email protected]) or Ms. Kathy Kiefer ([email protected]) for more information.    

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. James Torra

Sam Repp, Staff Reporter

September 1, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. Trinity Vice President for School Advancement and Director of Admissions Mr. James Torra has taught in the classroom and coached on the basketball court, named both Coach of the Year and Teac...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Senior Trent Thomas

Trent Thomas and Dalton McCauley at Barren River

Kaden Bates '20, Staff Reporter

August 31, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity student-athletes. Trent Thomas, a leader on the Rocks bass fishing team, competed for three years under the direction of head coach Mr. Mike Chancellor, who will serve as team moderator this year.  Head coach Kevin Hunt and assistant ...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Ms. Amy Zuccaro

Zachary Crumes '20, Staff Reporter

August 18, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. A National Board Certified English teacher. An award-winning speech and debate coach. A powerful participant in Senior Retreats. For Ms. Amy Zuccaro, recently named co-chair of the English Departm...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Chad Waggoner

Trent Youngblood, Staff Reporter

June 22, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. A young Palestinian boy around the age of five or six stares into Mr. Chad Waggoner's camera lens. The boy then does the unimaginable: in the middle of an ongoing war, he throws up a peace sign. ...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Trevor Timmerberg

RiLee Waggoner '20, Staff Reporter

June 22, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. A famous commercial claims someone is "the most interesting man in the world." That might also apply to Trinity English teacher Mr. Trevor Timmerberg. Mr. Timmerberg has served as English Department co-chair, assista...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Steven Tompkins

Kaden Bates '20, Staff Reporter

June 19, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. Mr. Steven Tompkins, a 1981 alumnus, has held a number of positions at his alma mater since graduating from the University of Louisville: teacher, Director of Alumni Affairs and the Annual Fu...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. CM

Kyle Vance '20, Staff Reporter

June 18, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. Trinity's Mr. Joseph Chittissery Mathai, better known as Mr. CM, teaches physics and is a club moderator extraordinaire. He was born in India, and has lived in Kentucky since 2005.  Mr. CM talked...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Tyler Harris

Ben Taylor '20, Staff Reporter

June 17, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. Having graduated from Trinity and taught as a long-term substitute teacher for Mr. Trevor Timmerberg’s freshman English class, Mr. Tyler Harris returned as a full-time English/broadcast journali...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Mitch Greenwell

Jeffrey Palmquist, Staff Reporter

June 17, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. “You need to pursue your passion, not your career." Wise words from Trinity English teacher Mr. Mitch Greenwell. There is immense pressure after high school to decide what you want and what you ...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mrs. Betsy Darby

Thad Jones '20, Staff Reporter

June 16, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. Timothy was sitting on the couch reading a book by Stephen King when he heard footsteps from above. He told himself it was just the wind -- or was it? Trinity teacher Mrs. Betsy Darby loves t...

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