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Students Add Artistic Touches to Trinity Theatre Sets

Students Add Artistic Touches to Trinity Theatre Sets

ECHO Staff

October 16, 2019

For the past couple of years, Mr. Alan Wilson’s Art I classes have worked on cross-curricular projects with the Department of Theatre Arts. When Trinity producer/director Ms. Kate Reedy took over the Trinity Department of Theatre Arts productions, she asked the Art I classes to help with parts of t...

Rocks Perfect Ping-Pong Play

Rocks Perfect Ping-Pong Play

ECHO Staff

October 2, 2019

Trinity's talented ping-pong players gather in the Communication Arts Center convocation hall on a regular basis, at times taking part in tournaments. Teacher Mr. Joseph Chittissery Mathai moderates the Table Tennis Club and intramural ping-pong play.  

Campus Aides Provide Solid Service

Campus Aides Provide Solid Service

ECHO Staff

September 30, 2019

Part of Trinity's Community Service Program for seniors includes providing rock-solid assistance throughout the campus.  Some students work in the Student Affairs Office, some help out the receptionist, and some work in the library, while others assist individual teachers.  ...

Cooking Up Some Culinary Magic

Cooking Up Some Culinary Magic

ECHO Staff

September 12, 2019

Future chefs may very well get their start via the Trinity Culinary Club, headed by Dr. Debbie Heaverin, with instruction from Chef Lee Ashbrook and Chef Jeremy Williamson.  The club cooked up some dishes after school on Sept. 12.

For Trinity Rising Senior, Educational Justice Makes Major Difference

Colin Murphy, Staff Reporter

June 25, 2019

From doing simple math at a restaurant to find out how much is needed for a tip to winning a trivia game with a fact taught in a fifth-grade social studies class, not much is more important than learning. But not everyone has an easy road in school. The Educational Justice program  works to make le...

Senior Motivated to Achieve Cycling Greatness

Colin Murphy, Staff Reporter

April 29, 2019

When you are described as a "hard-working, caring, all-around good individual," you must be doing something right. These qualities are a great recipe for being successful in life. Trinity senior Will Bobrow takes these characteristics to heart when it comes to school work and on the cycling race tra...

Formula Racing a Family Affair for Trinity Senior

Julian Pirtle, Staff Reporter

April 28, 2019

It’s a bird, it's a plane, no it's Trinity senior Jacob Abel racing down the track at speeds ranging from 140 to 180 mph. Now I know what you must be thinking: What is a senior in high school doing formula racing in cars that can reach those speeds? He must be crazy, right? After interviewing Abel, I learned ...

The Grass is Greener on Norman’s Side of the Fence

Aidan Koch, Staff Reporter

April 28, 2019

The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence -- especially when Trinity junior Parker Norman is doing the landscaping. Trinity students hold many types of jobs.  Some work in bakeries while others work on golf courses. Norman, however, owns his own business. There are many land...

Carr Travels Down a Charitable Road

Matt Gadd, Editor in Chief

April 23, 2019

Christmas truly is a magical time of the year, a long-awaited night by many. Children are especially excited to receive gifts from their parents and Santa Claus. But some children are not as fortunate. They might receive very few gifts or even none at all. Gifts are a second priority for some familie...

Just When You Thought Your Day Was Crazy!

ECHO Staff

April 16, 2019

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

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

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 ...

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