Weekly Update

Holy Trinity Catholic School October 1st, 2020


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Soles for Catholic Education Walk is October 17th! Every dollar donated is matched and goes directly to the school.

Below is the link to register to walk or donate


The Green Bay Packers play on Monday, October 5th. Wear your Packer gear to support the Green Bay Packers. Go Packers!

OCTOBER 8th and 9th

There is NO SCHOOL on October 8th and 9th for students. Teachers have Professional Development Days.


Conferences will be held on Thursday, October 15th and Thursday, October 22nd from 3:00-6:30 P.M. for all grades, 3K-8th Grade. A form was sent through email with sign-up information. Conferences will be offered in-person or virtual. Please fill out the form and return it to school by Tuesday, October 6th. Thank you!


The cold weather is upon us. The last day to wear shorts/capris and sandals is October 14th. Also, dresses and skirts are to be worn with tights, nylons, or leggings.

Please be sure to watch the weather and dress appropriately, especially for recess and physical education class outdoors.


Friday, October 30th will be Dress as your Favorite Bible Character or Saint Day.

Start planning for who you would like to be.

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A letter was sent home via email with information about Standards-based Grading. You will be getting a power point presentation as well that gives you more information about Standards-based Grading. Please email Mrs. Longden at principal@htschool.net if you have specific questions regarding Standards-based Grading. Your child's teacher will be able to give you information during conferences as well. A copy of the letter is below.
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Support Holy Trinity School while you shop. Use gift cards to buy gas, groceries, and everything else you’re already buying—while raising money.

It’s easy, it’s rewarding, and it fits right into your busy schedule. If you aren’t already using Scrip, it’s easy to get started.

Create an account on the RaiseRight app or at ShopWithScrip.com using our enrollment code: 4C5B12214796 (case sensitive). Some gift cards are reloadable and eGift cards are also available.

Once your account is set up, you will have the option to link a bank account to easily pay using your checking or savings account. Or you can use a credit card by entering your card information at checkout. The fee for using your bank account is 15 cents per order. Fees for credit cards are 2.6% of your order.

You can also order Scrip through the school office by sending your order form and payment to school by 9 am on Monday. Your order will be sent home with your child on Thursdays.

Please contact the school office if you have any questions or need an order form. Thank you for supporting Holy Trinity School!

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There are Mass Intentions available for the Wednesday School Masses. A Mass Intention can be for the deceased, the sick, someone who is in need of prayers or for a special intention (surgery, anniversary, birthday, etc.). The Mass stipend is $10 per Mass. If you would like to schedule a Mass Intention, please contact Jenni Bolek at the Holy Trinity Parish Office 262-626-2860. Please keep in mind that the school Mass is NOT open to the public. We want to offer this to our school families first as the students and staff will be at Mass and hear these intentions

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Mrs. Rhoads and Mrs. Livingston went above and beyond this week for the Holy Trinity Lunch Program. Mrs. Rhoads made banana bread by using up the fresh bananas that were being served as a snack. The students really enjoyed it.

Mrs. Livingston works part-time at Armstrong Apples and Winery. On her time off she picked bushels of apples for Holy Trinity, and to top it off Armstrong Apples donated them all.

We are truly BLESSED to have such thoughtful people working at Holy Trinity. Thank you!


September 21 - Steph Klotz

September 22 - Mary Wietor

September 23 - LaVerne Kreif

September 24 - Dennis Bingen

September 25 - Bev Winninghoff


A Note from Mrs. Longden

It is hard to believe the month of September is over. This past month has flown by and it has been great to see all the students learning and improving on their routines and procedures. They have been doing a great job wearing their masks and adapting to all the changes happening at school. The staff has been working hard and adjusting to all the changes as well. I feel so blessed to be working with everyone. I had the privilege of doing a reading assessment, Fountas and Pinnell, with all the students in 1st-6th Grade. I shared the information with the teachers. If you have any questions on the assessment please feel free to reach out to the teachers or to myself. Thank you for all your support and prayers during these changing times. ~Mrs. Longden