Holy Trinity Catholic School, founded in 1858 AD, is dedicated to the spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional and social growth of each child. Our aim is to help students take on the mind and heart of Jesus Christ throughout their lives in accordance with the Roman Catholic Faith.
Thank you for visiting our site. We pray that each and every day is one filled with joy of Jesus in your lives. Welcome!
Click HERE to see all the special events happening at Holy Trinity School during the month of November!
Square 1 Art is a wonderful fundraiser that celebrates your child's artwork along with helping our school. Thank you for supporting Holy Trinity Catholic School. Look for your child's FREE STICKERS with custom catalog coming home in Friday Folders. Preview your child's artwork and purchase gifts. Orders are due back by November 7th!
Holy Trinity Cut-A-Thon Benefit
The days of your event, Sport Clips Haircuts will donate $3 for a JR Varsity haircut and $5 for a Varsity haircut from any guest that presents this fundraising ticket.
We look forward to helping your school meet its financial goals. We can make a positive impact and help our school together! (Present this printed ticket to your stylist on the dates & times listed below)
Saturday, Nov. 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd Open 9AM-6PM
Sport Clips Haircuts • Lakewood Plaza • 1407 N. Veterans Pkwy. Bloomington
Click HERE to download more coupons.
Order by TODAY! Current Pie Count = 68
This year we are offering 2 opportunities to help our school:
1) You may order a pie or 2 for your family and friends; or
2) You may purchase a pie for donation for a family in need this holiday season;
choose from apple or pumpkin and we will deliver it to Clare House for you. Just go to www.Marketday.com, enter our school code 7375, and order your pies. If you want to donate a pie to Clare House please stop in the school office to pick up a special order form and envelope. All orders are due by November 7th. If every family just bought 2 pies we will make our goal and buy the final Smartboard needed for our .
This year, our Holy Trinity School students are teaming up with the Knights of Columbus for the Knight's "Keep Christ In Christmas" poster contest. Next time you are in either school, look for posters on display sharing details about the contest. IMPORTANT: A consent form your students to participate in this contest will be coming home this week and needs to be returned to classroom teacher asap. Thank you.
This year we are taking a different approach to our conferences:
For our Preschool 3's and 4's classes, conferences will take place between parents and teachers during the dates and times listed below. However, for our students in grades K through 8, conferences will include the students along with the parents and teacher. We are hoping for 100% participation from families as conferences are a vital time to share information, ask questions, and build relationships between families and Holy Trinity staff.
Conferences will be held on Thursday, November 6 from 12:30-7:30 and on Friday, November 7th from 8:00 - 12:00. Please call the school offices to set up an appointment: Elementary, 662-3712; Junior High, 828-7151. Note: We will have an early dismissal on Thursday, November 6th: Junior High: 11:30 and Elementary: 11:45, and school will not be in session of Friday to allow for conferences.
Holy Trinity School is working to help support a great cause. ISU students in the Fashion Merchandising and Design Department have been selected as one of only four campuses nationwide by Cotton Incorporated to collect used denim! Cotton Inc. recycles your old jeans to be used for building insulation….and donates this insulation to Habitat for Humanity and other charitable organizations/communities in need. (You can learn more about the process at: http://www.bluejeansgogreen.org/) . The students have been charged to collect 500 pieces of denim. It can be any color, size, with holes, stains, pants, jacket, skirt, overalls, etc. We have until October 31st to complete this mission. Holy Trinity School is one of the collection locations. So, as you get ready for winter and run across jeans that your children may have outgrown, or you have decided just aren't your style anymore, please consider helping out this cause. Thank you for your cooperation and support!
The 1st quarter contest for Box Tops and Labels for Education has wrapped up, and we wanted to share with you the results. Mrs. Hester's class collected the most labels and box tops. They had a total of 2,178 and will be treated to an ice cream party. Click HERE to see how other classes did -- time for some friendly competition! Every box top and label means $ for Holy Trinity School, so please keep shopping and cutting!