Weekly Update

Holy Trinity Catholic School October 21st, 2021


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All School Rosary

The school all prayed the Rosary together on Friday, October 15th. See the pictures below of the prayerful event.


Trunk or Treat is Tuesday, October 26th from 5:30-7:00 P.M.

Below is the form that was sent home.

Registrations are due by TOMORROW, Friday, October 22nd to the school office.

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The 2021 Soles for Catholic Education Walk offers Catholic schools the opportunity to raise funds towards a specific fundraising goal that will benefit students at their school. Schools will hold local community events to celebrate Catholic education, as well as give back to their local community through various service projects. We hope you will support our efforts by making a secure online donation. Make your gift today!

Thank you for supporting Catholic schools!

To donate, please go to

https://www.catholicschoolswalk.org/Soles-Walk or https://app.mobilecause.com/vf/SOLES/team/HolyTrinity


contact the school for more information.

Funds raised will go towards the update of the playground.

100% of funds raised comes right back to Holy Trinity School. There is also a matching portion we receive from the Archdiocese.


We will be doing an all school walk on Thursday, October 28th.

We will begin our walk at 10:15 A.M. Families are welcome to join us for our walk. If you want to bring strollers or wagons for the younger students, you are welcome to do so. If you would like to join in the walk, please let the office know. After the walk we will have an all-school lunch at 11 A.M.


Home and School is having the Christmas Wreath and Poinsettia Sale. Forms will be sent home in the Family Folder. Please contact Amanda Gall or Courtney Gruber with questions.


The students are very excited to be able to check out books in the library this year! A HUGE THANK YOU to Mrs. Amanda Gall for all her help in organizing the library and volunteering her time and talent to help students check out books. We are working on getting new books in the library for the students to enjoy. Thank you to those who have made a donation to the library for new books!
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The Lunch Program is looking for HELP. This is a paid, flexible position.

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are open for dishwasher 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Work 1 day, 2 days or all 3 days. Contact Wendy Muckerheide (262)626-4919


Red Ribbon Week is October 24th-30th.


Monday, October 25th- "Two is better than one when saying No to Drugs"---Twin Day

Tuesday, October 26th- "Dress for a Drug-free Future"---Dress for a Future Career

Wednesday, October 27th- "Keep Drugs out of your Head"--- Hat Day

Thursday, October 28th- "Don't do Drugs, Keep your Spirit Up"--- Wear Holy Trinity Apparel or Colors

Friday, October 29th- "Dress for Success"--- Dress your Best

Thursday afternoon will be an all-school activity---Movie and Popcorn


The pictures that were ordered were sent home this week. Picture Retakes will be on Thursday, November 11th. Please let us know if you would like to have your child's picture retaken.

St. Mary's Fish Fry

Help support St. Mary's Immaculate Conception Parish!

Fish Fry is TOMORROW, October 22nd, 2021

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Below are pictures from different school happenings!


We have been seeing a lot of RSV going around the school. RSV, or Respiratory syncytial virus, is a common respiratory virus that usually causes mild, cold-like symptoms. Most people can recover from RSV in a week or two, but RSV can be very serious. It is the most common cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia. Some symptoms to watch for include: congested or runny nose, dry cough, low-grade fever, sore throat, sneezing, and headache. Please watch for these symptoms and seek medical attention if needed.


% of Students Out: 4.6%

COVID Mitigation Protocols. Attached are the COVID protocols that were emailed home.

Advisory Committee

If you would like the advisory committee to discuss anything, please email at advisorycommittee@htschool.net
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Calendar of Cash

October 14th - Dennis Gundrum

October 15th - Rusty Lockard

October 18th - Dennis Westerman

October 19th - Jerry Marx

October 20th - Mary Polzean



October 22nd - 5th/6th/7th/8th Field Trip to Mauthe Lake

October 24th-30th - Red Ribbon Week

October 26th - 1st/2nd/3rd/4th Field Trip to Riveredge

October 26th - Trunk or Treat

October 28th - Soles Walk

November 1st - All Saints Day-Mass at 7:45

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Teacher Wish List

Thank you for your support of Holy Trinity School and it's teachers and staff! In the newsletters, we will be including teacher wish list items. If you wish to purchase any of the items, please bring in to the office. Thank you!

*Thermal Laminating Pouches for 8 1/2 by 11 paper.

A Note from Mrs. Longden

Being part of a community isn't always easy. Other people don't always do things the way we would, there may be disagreements, and we come up against the imperfections of others. However, being in a community helps us to grow and become better people. Jesus organized his followers and established a church for a reason. We learn from the book of Proverbs, "As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another."

We are always seeking help from everyone in our school community. Spread the word about Holy Trinity for enrollment in the future. Before we know it we will be registration time.

We have had a nice increase in our enrollment this last year. We treasure all of our solid returning families who have built the school to what it is and all of our new families.

We welcome families who are faith-filled people involved in both the Catholic Church of Holy Trinity, St. Michael's, other Catholic churches in the area, and area Christain-based church communities. We hope you all find your home here at Holy Trinity.

There is a wonderful energy in the school with the mix of returning and new parents and all of their children. Our staff is excellent as a group with a great mix of experienced and new teachers. We hope to keep this momentum going into the future.

Share your experience of Holy Trinity with friends, neighbors and family. And if there is anything that Holy Trinity can do to help make your experience better, please reach out to us.


Mrs. Longden