Principal's Weekly Update

February 10th, 2020


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Week of February 10th

Monday, February 10th

  • Monday class schedule - lunch at 11:30
  • School starts at 8:15 and ends at 3:45
  • Uniform: regular uniform
  • Prayer Service: Faculty Reflection

Tuesday, February 11th

  • Tuesday class schedule - lunch at 11:30
  • School starts at 8:15 and ends at 3:45
  • Uniform: regular uniform
  • Prayer Service: PWP

Wednesday, February 12th

  • Wednesday Mass schedule - lunch at 12:00
  • School starts at 8:15 and ends at 3:45
  • Uniform: Mass uniform (no hoodies or sweatshirts)
  • Prayer Service: Mass with Fr. Richard from St. Paul Chong Hasang Catholic Church

Thursday, February 13th

  • Thursday class schedule - lunch at 11:30
  • School starts at 8:15 and ends at 3:45
  • Uniform: regular uniform
  • Prayer Service: Holy Rosary
  • Forensics: NSDA Yellow Rose District Tournament @ Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches - students leave @ 8:30am
  • Girls Soccer Regional Playoff game vs. Coram Deo Academy in Forth Worth - game @ All Saints Episcopal, 9700 Saints Cir, Fort Worth, TX 76108 - 5pm (team leaves at 11am)


  • Friday class schedule - lunch at 11:30
  • School starts at 8:15 and ends at 3:45
  • Uniform: spirit wear
  • Prayer Service: Adoration
  • Sweet Friday for Valentines Day - send in treats for the students
  • Forensics: NSDA Yellow Rose District Tournament @ Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches

Saturday, February 15th

  • Forensics: NSDA Yellow Rose District Tournament @ Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches
  • Boys Basketball TAPPS 2A Area Playoff game -vs Conroe Christian Covenant HS @ 5pm Home

Monday, February 17th - NO SCHOOL

  • No school - Bad Weather Make-up Day.


Catholic Schools week at a glance

Monday - We celebrated our students with Sweet Monday and spirit wear for all!

Thanks to the Sweet Monday Moms who make Sweet Monday so special each month! And thanks to the Little Sweets (aka, the Salazar children) who sit by so patiently each time and delight us with their sweet smiles and shy hellos.

Tuesday - We celebrated our Families with donuts in the morning!

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Thank you Mrs. Enriquez, Nelle Summers (C' 22), Henri Summers (C' 24), Dina Nikolaidis (C'20), Chrysanthe Nikolaidis (C' 22) and Linda Enriquez (C'21) for handing out donuts and smiles despite the cold and wind!

Wednesday - Our school was celebrated by the diocesan Office of Catholic Schools!

Mrs. Jill Holmaas from the OCS brought treats for the staff and faculty which we added to catered lunch meal for the faculty to enjoy.
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Thursday - We celebrated our Priests and attended Mass at St. Mary's.

We also celebrated our priests by signing student-made thank you cards for each priest which we then hand delivered to each parish.

We also took a break to enjoy the snow before it all melted!


Friday, we celebrated our students again with hat day!

and we celebrated our school community by stepping up and giving the school a quick clean!


We seek to form the Christian Leaders of tomorrow

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Students lead us in prayer and praise.

Thank you to everyone for making our 2020 Catholic Schools Week such a success!



We are proud to announce our district team for the 2020 National Speech and Debate Association District Meet. The students below will be competing Feb.13-15 at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches. Top students at that tournament will advance to represent the Yellow Rose district at the national tournament to be held June 13-20 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Representing Holy Trinity at the District Meet will be...

Cate Barkis

Ann Marie Boone

Benjamin Boor

Wesley Dent

Linda Enriquez

Nathaniel Enriquez

Faithann Go

Theresa Lindberg

Margaret Linz

Hailey Marie Lovelace

Samuel Mosmeyer

Chrysanthe Nikolaidis

Dina Nikolaidis

Regan Smith

Congratulations, Celtics! Good luck at SFA!

Coaches Chris Mosmeyer and Alyssa Snyder



Boys Basketball played its way to the Playoffs and became the 2019-2020 District Champions! GO CELTICS!

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Basketball Senior Night

Our Basketball Seniors were honored and will be missed by all:

Girls: Anamaria Cruz, Sydney Jolly, Jaquie Mojica and Dominique Weisbruch.

Boys: Ziri Blackwood and Andrew Stephens.

Girls soccer made it to the Playoffs! Very impressive for their first year as a team! GO CELTICS!

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AAA Jackets was here to take Letterman orders.

If you weren't able to order when they visited, you can order online. Go to to order your Letterman.
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Izzy Velazquez (C' 22) orders her Letterman.



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Congratulations to Anne Marie Boone.!

She has been accepted to the Felk School of Pharmacy through the Direct Admit Program at the University of the Incarnate Word.

Congratulations to Dina Nikolaidis!

She has been accepted to Northern Vermont University to the Johnson's Political Science Program, and she was offered the Futures Scholarship of $4,750 per year totaling $19,000 for four years and the Futures Achievement Scholarship of $6,500 per year totaling $26,000 for four years.

Dina has also been accepted to St. Catherine University in Minnesota, and she was offered the Presidential Scholarship of $30,000 per year totaling $120,000 for four years, the Venture Scholarship of $5,000 per year totaling $20,000 for four years, and the Katie Housing Scholarship of $5,500 totaling $22,000 for four years.

Congratulations to Margaret Linz!

She has been accepted to the University of Dallas. She has been offered the President's Scholarship of $27,000 per year totaling $108,000 for four years.

Congratulations to Samuel Mosmeyer!

He has been accepted to Texas Tech University.

He has also been accepted to the University of North Texas.



Diocesan Information Regarding Covid-19

Coronavirus - Any student or family member returning from China will need to remain home for the 14 day incubation period. Any member of the school community who has spent time in China since January 1, 2020, or is aware of being in contact with another person who was in China any time after January 1, 2020, must notify school administration (by phone or email - not in person). The school will work with you to determine any necessary safety precautions. The school will work with students and staff to facilitate remote learning and work as necessary if a quarantine period is required.


The OCS Awarded Ms. Snyder an Advancing Our Mission Grant for Drama

Ms. Snyder applied for, and was awarded, a grant towards purchasing a Unit Set for the Holy Trinity Drama department. Congratulations Ms. Snyder! And thank you to the Office of Catholic Schools!



Sign up to be part of the fun! Sheets at the front office. Due Feb. 19th.



FRIDAY FEB. 28TH - 9am - 2 pm

ALL ARE WELCOME! Open to parents and students - Must be 17 years or older.

For questions contact Mrs. Christie Dunstan:


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Summer Programs at Holy Trinity

Students and Parents,

The Summer Programs page of Holy Trinity's website has been updated, and if you are interested in applying to any summer programs, please go to and check out the programs being offered. Deadlines are coming up soon for some of the programs, so make sure you get your application submitted by the deadline.

If you have any questions about the summer programs, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Cheryl Sanders, Counselor



Valentine's Day Dance Feb. 14th 7pm-10pm

St. Luke's Catholic Church is hosting a high school dance for Valentines Day!


Refreshments/food served

February 14th 7pm-10pm


All High School men are invited to the monthly Discernment Dinners at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church. Dinners are every 1st Thursday at 7pm. For more information call: 254-773-6779. Join Fr. Francisco for Food and Fellowship.




Volunteers in the Community

All families are encouraged to volunteer in their communities. Like our students who serve at school AND out in their community, Families can apply up to 10hrs of community service to their 20hr Family Service requirements. If you can wear an HT Spirit T-shirt to a community service event, we'd love a picture so we can share your wonderful community spirit!

All families are asked to complete 20 service hours


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 Diocese. In order to register for an EIM Workshop, you must first complete the volunteer application which is on their website. 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.

For more information, go to:


See you soon, Class of 2024!

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Coach Mottram and Coach Adam brought the St. Mary's boys basketball team to watch their future teammates, the Celtics boys basketball team, play their way into the TAPPS 2A Playoffs. Can't wait to have you all on the team next year!