Holy Trinity Catholic School February 23rd, 2023
Our Mission Statement
Let everything I do this day and in this season of Lent come from you, be inspired by you.
I long to be closer to you.
Help me to remember that nothing is important in my life unless it glorifies you in some way.
It's so easy to get caught up in the day to day of my life and keep saying,
"Tomorrow, I will spend more time in prayer," but now my longing meets your love and I want to do it now.
Help me to rely on you for help.
The prayer asks you that I reach perfection.
Please, Lord, remind me that "perfection" isn't the crazy, "successful" way I try to live my life, but a perfection of my most authentic, real self.
My "perfection" might be holding my many flaws in my open hands, asking you to help me accept them.
Heal me, Lord, and help me to find you in the darkness of my life.
Let me reach out in this darkness and feel your hand and love there to guide me.
A Note from Mrs. Longden
We began the Lenten Season this week with Ash Wednesday. This is a wonderful time of the year to teach our school children about the life of Christ, the suffering, the death, and the meaning of all as it brings the glory of the Easter Resurrection. Our children see the battered body of Jesus hanging on the crucifix each day as we pray. To make sense of it all requires the mind of a genius and the faith of angel. Yet, when a child gazes upon this site, they are able to ask the most sophisticated questions and have the most inquisitive curiosity about our salvation. They can clearly see good and evil at work. We give them the opportunity to dig deep throughout their years at our school. The Holy Trinity students develop a solid and lasting base from which they will find themselves pulling from over and over again as life’s journey brings them to many places.
In the weeks ahead, our Holy Trinity students will lead prayer for their classes and the entire school, will walk the path of the stations in various formats, will give alms to the poor, will participate in confession, and will attend adoration, and will study, learn, sacrifice, and focus on Jesus.
Tuition and Registration 2023-2024
Tuition and Registration Information for the 2023-2024 school year are available.
We will change the registration deadline from February 21st to March 21st.
Thank you to those that have turned in your registration information!
We've updated our virtual tour! Check it out and feel free to share it with families interested in Holy Trinity!
Dress Code Forum
If you would like to come and share your thoughts regarding our current Liturgy Day dress code, please do. Each person who would like to speak will have 2 minutes to speak.
We will be making a decision after the forum on if we will be going to be implementing the Liturgy Day dress code as an every day dress code.
Any questions, please contact Mrs. Longden at email@example.com
Holy Trinity School Scholarship
If you have any questions relating to the scholarship please contact Mrs. Longden at firstname.lastname@example.org
This scholarship was made possible from a grant written by Mrs. Longden. We will continue to write grants to continue this fund as well as seek donations and fundraising opportunities to continue to watch this grow! If you would like more information regarding this, please reach out to Mrs. Longden.
Calendar of Cash
February 16th - Ceilie Waala
February 17th - Peter Paulus
February 20th - Amanda Schultz
February 21st - Brian Herriges
February 22nd - Sarah Walton
Calendar of Cash 2023-2024
Any tickets and money sold can be turned in at any time to the school office.
Friday, February 24th - Mass
Wednesday, March 1st - Mass (Grades 4K, 1-4)
Wednesday, March 1st - Dress Code Forum 5-6 PM in Gym
March 1st-17th - ITBS Testing Grades 2-8
Thursday, March 2nd - End of Trimester 2
Thursday, March 2nd - Mass
Friday, March 3rd - Monday, March 6th - No School- Mid-winter break
Wednesday, March 8th - Mass (Grades 4K, 5-8)
Friday, March 10th - Baptism Mass (February/March Baptisms)
Wednesday, March 15th - Mass (Grades 4K, 1-4)
Friday, March 17th - Mass
Tuesday, March 21st - Tuition/Registration Forms Due
Wednesday, March 22nd - Mass (Grades 4K, 5-8)
Friday, March 24th - Mass
Wednesday, March 29th - Mass (Grades 4K, 1-4)
Friday, March 31st - Mass
Wednesday, April 5th - Mass (Grades 4K, 5-8)
Thursday, April 6th - Prayer Service
Friday, April 7th - No School - Good Friday
Sunday, April 9th - Easter
Monday, April 10th-Tuesday, April 11th - No School- Easter Break
Wednesday, April 12th - School Resumes
Wednesday, April 12th - Mass (Grades 4K, 1-4)
Friday, April 14th - Mass
Wednesday, April 19th - Mass (Grades 4K,-5-8)
Friday, April 21st - Mass
Wednesday, April 26th - Mass (Grades 4K, 1-4)
Friday, April 28th - Baptism Mass (April/May Baptisms)
February 24th - Holy Trinity vs. Shepherd of the Hills
Friday is our last game of the season and it's at home.
4th-6th girls: 5:30pm
5th-6th boys: 6:30pm
7th-8th boys: 7:30pm. This will be the last Wildcat game for our three 8th graders: Blake Scott, Tony Kern and Anthony Coleman.
Students and their families are invited to come cheer for their Wildcat teams!
All HTS students will receive ONE FREE bag of popcorn from concessions.
8th Grade Parents
Mrs. Jessica Herriges is looking for more students to attend the potential Steubenville trip:
Steubenville St. Paul:
When: July 28-30, 2023
Where: University of St. Thomas St. Paul, MNCost: $350 per student (includes transportation, lodging and conference) Fundraisers will be set up to help off set the costs.
The amazing bonus of this conference and location is that we have no hotels to deal with as the students stay on campus at the University of St. Thomas. They can play frisbee outside and are in a much safer environment for a retreat. Zachary Galante will be leading the group!
If you are interested in registering, please contact me at email@example.com