Holy Trinity CHS Weekly Bulletin

November 5th, 2018

The Mission and Vision of Holy Trinity Catholic High School

Mission:

Holy Trinity Catholic High School seeks to form the Christian Leaders of Tomorrow; we strive to develop the intellect, educate the heart, and form the character of each student by giving witness to Gospel values.


Vision:

Guided by the Holy Spirit in a Catholic environment Holy Trinity seeks to empower every student to graduate with superior academic knowledge, maturity, and confidence founded in Christian values for the achievement of life long success.

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At Holy Trinity Catholic High School we believe communication between the school and community is crucial to making our students successful. This Weekly Bulletin will detail any announcements and events that are taking place the upcoming week. Please look for this bulletin on Monday mornings to be sent to your email address on file.

2018-2019 FR. CHARLES DAVIS ANNUAL APPEAL

Dear Celtic Families,


We are excited to announce the start of our 2018-2019 Father Charles Davis Annual Appeal. Our Annual Appeal is a vital part of our school’s continued success and we rely on the generosity and support of all our families and friends to ensure that Holy Trinity Catholic High School continues to be a beacon of light to all of our students.


Our Annual Appeal is named after Fr. Charles Davis, the beloved Pastor who helped establish our school. In celebration of his mission, we are committed to achieving 100% participation from our school community in this year’s Annual Appeal. Gifts to the Fr. Charles Davis Annual Appeal support our Tuition Assistance program. No gift is too small because every gift helps a student! The Annual Appeal allows us to make sure no one is denied a Catholic education due to financial need.

Gifts to our Annual Appeal can be made by a one-time gift or by a pledge paid monthly. Your Annual Appeal letter will be arriving soon in the mail. However, gifts can be made online by clicking on the link below. We humbly ask that you consider supporting our school and help us achieve our 100% family participation rate.


Please join us in keeping Holy Trinity Catholic High School strong by making your gift to the Father Charles Davis Annual Fund Appeal.

Fr. Charlie was a man who made you feel like you were the only person in the room. Please enjoy this reflection from Mrs. Donna Reilly recounting the first time she meet Fr. Charlie.
We are excited to announce that Holy Trinity Catholic High School is hosting a small business vendor Christmas Bazaar on Sunday, December 2nd, from 10am to 4pm. Come do your Christmas shopping and support our local small businesses! Silent Auction ~ Arts and Crafts ~ Concessions. For more information or if you would like to be a vendor, contact HolyTrintiyFestivals@gmail.com or visit our website: www.holytrinitychs.org/christmas-bazaar
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Food Drive

FOOD FOR FAMILIES

Student Council will be holding the annual food drive competition between the Freshmen and Sophomores VS the Juniors and Seniors. Student Council members will announce the prizes to be earned by the classes that bring in the most food to help feed the hungry in the "Food for Families" food drive. All non-perishable food items must be brought to Holy Trinity Catholic High School beginning Monday, November 5, through Thursday, November 15. All food collected will be delivered on Friday, November 16, to the Temple Mall.


We are asking that students bring food items according to the following breakdown:


FRESHMEN:

Red – tomatoes, pasta sauces, any flavor of canned soups, etc.

Orange - yams, carrots, pumpkin, cornbread mixes, juices and dressings, etc.


SOPHOMORES:

Green – canned vegetables - green beans, peas, spinach, okra, etc.
Blue - canned meats - tuna, chicken, salmon, spam, Vienna sausages, etc.


JUNIORS:

Pink/Purple - canned fruit, jellies, jams, baby food (does not have to be pink or purple), etc.

Yellow - macaroni and cheese, corn, boxed casserole mixes, cornbread, etc.


SENORS:

White - pasta, rice, cereals, pancake mixes, canned/boxed potatoes, flour, sugar

Brown - Beans, peanut/nut butters, honey, crackers, canned stew, etc.


Please bring 5 pound bags (or smaller) of items that are sold by the pound. Do not bring 50 lb. bags as the food items are given to families. Do not bring cases of water, as water is not on the list of items needed. If you would prefer to donate cash, each dollar is equal to 2.5 pounds of food.


If you have any questions about the food drive, please contact Mrs. Sanders.

Blessings for all you do help feed the hungry.

Cheryl Sanders

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EIM training

Ethics and Integrity Ministry (EIM) In an effort to protect our children, the Diocese of Austin mandates that all individuals who have contact with our children must be in compliance with the Ethics and Integrity in Ministry Policy, which equips each of us with the tools and knowledge to protect our children from possible abuse and perpetrators. All parents MUST complete this process to volunteer at the school.


Registration is required through the Diocesan. In order to register for an EIM Workshop, you must first complete the volunteer application, “eAppsDB”. Once you have attended the workshop please submit a copy of the certificate to the school office. This workshop is for new parents and those who are in need of the refresher course.

Senior Class News:

Congratulations to Madison! She has been accepted to the University of Mary Hardin Baylor.

Friday was Senior Night for all the fall sports so the students celebrated with an “Aloha, Seniors” pep rally! Thank you seniors for everything you have done to promote the mission of Holy Trinity.

Student Life:

Our Cross Country girls are the TAPPS 2A State Runner-Ups! Way to go, Celtics!
All Saints Day mass at Christ the King! Thank you to our talented choir and musicians for making the liturgy so beautiful!
The 5th - 8th grade students at St. Mary’s Catholic School came to watch our students perform the One Act Play “Wendy’s Tale” on Friday! The 8th-grade class also spent the day on campus learning what it means to be a Celtic. Thank you SMCS for allowing us to share our story with the Falcons. Everyone had a great time!
To celebrate Dia de Los Muertos (All Souls Day) our Spanish Club put together a beautiful ofrenda and celebrated with lots of treats during lunch on Friday!

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Congrats to the Celtic Forensics team on being the runner-ups at the Wharton tournament on Saturday! Way to go, Celtics!

Happy Halloween from Holy Trinity!

Week of November 5th-November 11th

DAILY SCHEDULE

Monday, Nov. 5th

  • Monday class schedule
  • Uniform- regular
  • Prayer Service: Faculty Share
  • Pro-Life club meeting during lunch
  • 9th period- Small groups


Tuesday, Nov. 6th

  • Tues/Thurs class schedule
  • Uniform- regular
  • Prayer Service: Praise and Worship
  • Study hall 9th period


Wednesday, Nov. 7th

  • Monday class schedule
  • Uniform- regular
  • Prayer Service: Rosary
  • Interact meeting during lunch
  • Family meeting 9th period


Thursday, Nov. 8th

  • Modified Thursday class schedule
  • Uniform- Mass uniform
  • Mass at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Killeen at 8 am
  • Faculty meeting after school
  • One Act Production of Wendy's Tale- 7:30, Kasberg Student Center


Friday, Nov. 9th

  • Friday class schedule
  • Uniform- spirit wear
  • Prayer Service- Adoration
  • Pep-rally 9th period
  • Football away: NB Christian Academy, 7 pm


Saturday, Nov. 10th


  • One Act Production of Wendy's Tale- 7:30, Kasberg Student Center



Sunday, Nov. 11th


  • Choir concert- 3 pm in the Kasberg Student Center

Choir Practice

Concert choir on Wednesday 3:45-4:30 in the music room and Mass choir on Thursday 3:45-4:45 in the chapel.

Upcoming Events:

Nov. 12th- Veterans Day Ceremony, 9:30 am

Nov. 13th- Thanksgiving Lunch, 11:30 am

Nov. 16th- Called To Protect for 9th graders and New Students

Nov. 16th- Coffee with the Principal- 7:30 am in JP II conference room

Nov. 19th- 23rd Thanksgiving Break