Weekly Update

Holy Trinity Catholic School April 15th, 2021


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Social Fest Survey

Good news!!! The Social Fest team has started planning for an event this year. The expected date this year is the 4th Saturday in August or later. This is our major fundraiser for the school. School families, WE NEED YOUR HELP, in supporting this event, in supporting our school, and to offset key costs in running your school. To help with planning this year’s event, and those in the future, we are asking for input from all Parish members and school families, whether you attend Social Fest or not, regarding the event, your preferences, and your interests. You can complete the survey through this link, https://forms.gle/BJiFo4uxCZwRTYkY9 or from the link on the parish website. The web-site link is completely anonymous, and no registration or return e-mail address is required. We would sincerely appreciate your input, to make Social Fest the best possible event based on parish member and school family input.


Thank you to those that have taken the survey. If you have not, and would like to, please click on the link. Thank you!


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We will have one more Spirit Wear Order before the end of the year. Please check out the link and place an order.

The shopping store will look a little different from in the past. Let us know if you have any questions.

Orders will close on Tuesday, April 27th.

You can access by going to wpp-promo.com – under company stores – pick Holy Trinity.

Or direct at https://holytrinity.orderpromos.com/

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Scholastic Book Fair and Bake Sale

The Book Fair and Bake Sale begins Sunday after the 11 AM Mass.

It will also be open Monday-Thursday from 10 A.M.- 3 P.M. and Friday from 10 A.M. - 12 P.M.

Parents can come and shop during the day or at 11:30 pick-up and 2:35 pick-up.

Located in the School Hallway outside of the Gym! Come and check it out!!

Also, you will find a copy of the wish list and E-Wallet information for the Book fair along with more information below.

Home and School Fundraiser

Home and School is sponsoring an End of the School Year Mini-Auction. Please see the letter attached for how you can help! Thank you for your support of Holy Trinity Catholic School!

Safe Environment Education Training

If you are a new or existing Holy Trinity School parent interested in volunteering or attending field trips in the future for Holy Trinity School, now is the time to consider doing the steps to volunteer. All volunteers are required to meet three requirements: attend a Safe Environment session, pass a criminal background check (no cost to you), and sign the Code of Ethical Standards. Due to COVID-19, all Safe Environment education training sessions are conducted virtually. For more information on Safe Environment for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee go to https://www.archmil.org/Offices/Safe-Environment.htm

Facebook Contest

Help promote Holy Trinity School and show your School Spirit!

See the attached form for more information.

Stay tuned for more information on yard sign pick-up dates.

Altar Guild for Girls

This is to inform you of the Altar Guild we are starting at Holy Trinity and St. Michael. All girls Grade 5 through 12 are invited to join the Guild. Fr. Stand's vision for the Guild is for the girls to help assist the sacristan with their Mass duties on the weekend and possibly assisting with decorating the Churches. Also there will be opportunities for the girls to learn how to become lectors and cantors or choir members. If you are interested and could fill out the form in the link below, that would be wonderful! If you have any questions, please feel free to email Miss Bridget Schumaker bridgetschumaker@yahoo.com or call Mrs. Jenni Bolek at the parish office. Click on the link to sign up Altar Server Guild for Girls.

The initial kick off meetings are on May 2nd at 12:00PM at Holy Trinity and May 5th at 6:00 PM at Holy Trinity. Please plan on attending one of them if you are interested in joining the Altar Guild. Meet in front of the Holy Family statue.


Holy Trinity is participating in the Gill's Reading Challenge sponsored by Children's Hospital and the Lakeshore Chinooks. Teachers will be sending information home regarding their class goal and dates. We are starting the challenge on April 19th. Please see the attached letter with more information for parents.

Milwaukee River Clean-Up

The spring clean up of the Kewaskum site of the Milwaukee River will be Saturday, April 24 starting at 9 am. Please meet at Riverhill Park. Clean up is scheduled for 3 hours and is eligible for service hours. Please register on line via the Milwaukee Riverkeepers Association website. milwaukeeriverkeeper.org.
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Boys and Girls Club Volleyball League

The Boys and Girls Club will have a CoEd Volleyball league for 7th and 8th-grade youth. Attached is the registration form if you are interested.

Advisory Committee

If you are interested in joining the Advisory Committee please email advisorycommittee@htschool.net

Dress Code Update

Advisory Committee has met and discussed an update to the dress code. Please see the attached document highlighting the update. On Liturgy Days, leggings can only be worn with a dress or a skirt. Please help us with this by letting your child know.
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NAMI Washington County Outreach Event

Please see the attached document regarding the outreach event for May.
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COC tickets did not have winners April 1 through April 11.


Absent: 0.7%
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Upcoming Events and Dates

April 18th-23rd - Book Fair and Bake Sale

April 30th - DARE Graduation 1 P.M.

April 30th - Donations for Mini Auction Due

May 1st - Dress Code changes to shorts/capris/sandals allowed

May 5th - May Crowning Mass

May 6th - Growing up Talk for 5th and 6th Graders (letter sent home with students today)

May 11th - Volunteer Appreciation Event (watch for details)

May 17th-23rd - Mini Auction (Watch for details)

May 25th - Outdoor Spring Concert 6 P.M.

May 27th - Field Day Afternoon

May 27th - 8th Grade Graduation 5:30 P.M. (Change from original date)

May 28th - School Field Trip to Holy Hill

May 31st - No School - Memorial Day

June 1st - 5K Graduation 5 P.M.

June 2nd - Last day of School 10:30 A.M. dismissal

A NOTE FROM Mrs. Longden

Moving from March to April has brought a sense of freshness and hope for the months to come. Just as the Resurrection brings us a path to follow in hope, the days of spring also lead us to a path of warmth and sunshine. The chugging along that took place in the winter months and the stillness of Lent seems to be changing to leaps of joy as we move forward in the Easter season. May our hearts be filled with the Resurrection celebration and the hope of all that is to come in our families, our school, our community, and in our world.

Pray Often, Work Hard, Trust God.


Mrs. Longden