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  • Christmas Break!.............................................Dec. 22 - Jan. 6

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Another Way Trinity Leads the Fight Against Drug Abuse

Tim Rivette, Staff Reporter

December 9, 2018


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A mother is traveling down the expressway with her child in the backseat. Suddenly, a puff of smoke comes from the mother’s mouth. The child in the backseat lets out a cough. Smoking is just one of many drug-related problems in the United States. Trinity teacher/counselor Dr. Aaron Striegel is taki...

Hundreds of Future Rocks Take Placement Test

Hundreds of Future Rocks Take Placement Test

ECHO Staff

December 8, 2018


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A crisp morning, a few nerves, and plenty of excitement as hundreds of eighth-graders took Trinity's placement test. Parents met in the convocation hall, and Trinity's faculty and staff administered the three-hour test to the Class of 2023. Registration in late February/early March is the next step...

Rocks Bring Orwell’s Dystopia to Life

Rocks Bring Orwell’s Dystopia to Life

Preston Romanov, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2018


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Big Brother is watching Big Brother. And he is watching YOU. Big Brother O’Brien asks, “What’s in Room 101?” Winston replies, “The thing that’s in Room 101 is the worst thing in the world.” O’Brien says, “The worst thing in the world varies from individual to individual. It may...

Archbishop Kurtz Blesses Hollenbach Family Alumni Courtyard

Archbishop Kurtz Blesses Hollenbach Family Alumni Courtyard

ECHO Staff

November 21, 2018


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The sun shone brightly during the dedication and blessing of the Hollenbach Family Alumni Courtyard.  Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz blessed Trinity's renovated courtyard and a plaque was presented, formally naming the courtyard after the Hollenbach family.  Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, Class of 197...

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...

A Message of Gratitude and a Caring Spirit

A Message of Gratitude and a Caring Spirit

ECHO Staff

November 20, 2018


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As the day before the start of Thanksgiving break began, Trinity students, faculty and staff assembled in Steinhauser Gymnasium to hear a message of gratitude and a reminder to be thankful for blessings and the need to continue a caring spirit.    Ms. Annette Ball, chief programs officer from Dar...

Trinity Teacher Shares RCIA Journey

Trinity Teacher Shares RCIA Journey

ECHO Staff

November 14, 2018


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Mr. Michael Budniak may be known more for his popular, energy-filled science classes, as well as his tireless efforts to help the community, but today he shared his spiritual journey -- the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults -- into the Catholic Church.   Budniak spoke in the Trinity Chapel a...

Shamrock Hospitality at Its Finest

Shamrock  Hospitality at Its Finest

ECHO Staff

November 14, 2018


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Following a beautiful late fall Sunday afternoon that saw 1,200 guests visit Trinity's Open House, Director of Admissions James Torra expressed his appreciation to the school community: "I can’t thank everyone enough for the time and effort you put forth showcasing everything we have to offer.  From...

Congratulations, Dr. Dan Zoeller!

ECHO Staff

November 13, 2018


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Trinity Principal Dr. Dan Zoeller completed his doctoral degree requirements, successfully defending his dissertation entitled "Student Social and Spiritual Development Within U.S. Catholic Schools with House Systems: A Study of Administrator and House Mentor Perceptions." Trinity President Dr. Rob ...

Arches Installed, Alumni Courtyard Renovation Nears Completion

Arches Installed, Alumni Courtyard Renovation Nears Completion

ECHO Staff

November 8, 2018


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By Tuesday morning, Monday's storms had abated and the winds eased as the highlight of Alumni Courtyard renovation took place: the installation of the arches connecting the walls that face Shelbyville Road. The arches were manufactured by Vendome Copper and Brass Works, owned by Trinity Class of 1957 al...

Hurricane Michael and a Swarm of Hornets

Hurricane Michael and a Swarm of Hornets

Mr. Chad L. Waggoner, Contributing Writer

November 8, 2018


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Trinity teacher Mr. Chad Waggoner introduced his account of his trip to Florida to help provide relief for those suffering from the damage inflicted by Hurricane Michael with the following: Folks – Trinity, once again, did amazing work. In a matter of days, our community donated enough items to fill an entire 16...

Rocks Donate ‘Drops of Life’

Rocks Donate ‘Drops of Life’

ECHO Staff

November 7, 2018


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Trinity students, faculty and staff donated blood to the American Red Cross today in Shamrock Gymnasium. Teachers Mrs. Mary Mason and Mrs. Jonni Miller spearheaded the annual drive.  

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