Holy Trinity CHS Weekly Bulletin

October 14, 2016

The Mission of Holy Trinity Catholic High School

Holy Trinity Catholic High School seeks to form the Christian Leaders of Tomorrow; we strive to develop the intellect, educate the heart, and form the character of each student by giving witness to Gospel values.

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At Holy Trinity Catholic High School we believe communication between the school and community is crucial to making our students successful. This Weekly Bulletin will detail any announcements and events that are taking place the upcoming week. Please look for this bulletin every Friday afternoon to be sent to your email address on file.

Senior Class News:

Congratulations to the following seniors! They are off to a great start.

Jahanshah Farrokhnejad has been accepted to Abilene Christian College and was offered a $60,000 scholarship for 4 years.

Colette Glorioso was accepted to Abilene Christian University with $26,000 scholarships for 4 years.

AraBelle West has been accepted to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.

Jacob Freehill has been accepted to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and offered a $20,000 scholarship.

Zachary Garcia has been accepted to the Stephen F. Austin State. University.

Melynda Hodges has been accepted to Southern Assemblies of God University. She was also offered the Opportunity Scholarships in the amount of $6,000 for four years.

Colin Rockwood. was accepted to Wichita State University and offered $2,000 a year for 4 years.

Myra Mudassar has been accepted to Abilene Christian University and offered a $60,000 scholarship for 4 years

Library News:

Final week to qualify for a dress down day by reading a Hispanic Heritage book from our library.

Prayer Blankets:

Dear St. Mary's and Holy Trinity Families,

This year will be our seventh year for providing Prayer Blankets to nursing home residents! The project this year is being headed up by St. Mary's Pro-Life Club and God Squad and Holy Trinity's Pro-Life Club and Columba Family. For those of you that are new to the schools, this project involves donating material and making wheelchair size fleece blankets for nursing home residents. There is no sewing involved. Instructions on how to make blankets will be left at both school offices.


- 2 one yard pieces of coordinating fleece

- a good pair of cutting scissors

- a 4 inch square piece of cardboard

- a heavy duty metal tape measure

The workshop is scheduled for Friday, November 4th from 4:00pm-6:30pm at Holy Trinity in the cafetorium. The bus will be available for St. Mary's students to ride to Holy Trinity if they are interested in participating. A sign up sheet will be placed in the school office a week before the workshop. A permission slip will need to be filled out by those riding the bus. We are always in need of as many parents as possible to help out with the younger children at the workshop. The blankets are made by cutting the borders into strips and then knotting them. As each pair of strips are tied into a knot, a prayer is said for the resident who receives the blanket. The blessing of the blankets will be held at the St. Mary's Mass on Friday, December 2nd. The nursing home will be chosen after the workshop in order to see how many blankets we have available. The date of delivery is still pending due to school conflicts. We are looking at around the beginning of December and before the final exams.

COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS: Hours are awarded according to time spent buying

material, making blankets at home, or participating at the workshop.

DONATIONS NEEDED: We are in need of donations of fleece. If you are unable to participate in the workshop or make blankets at home, you will receive 1 hour of parent community service for donating 2 of one yard pieces of fleece (this makes one blanket).
Please leave donated material at the school offices.

If you are able to make blankets or donate material, please contact me at kiyeonglandon@gmail.com to let me know how many. This helps me to figure out which nursing home to choose according to the number of blankets that are made. We don't want to leave anyone out. Contacts for any questions may be directed to myself or to the following St. Mary's Pro-life Coordinator, Joe Smith, Pro-Life Club coordinator jsmith@stmarys-temple.org

Thank you so much in advance for helping with this wonderful project! Last year we were able to give about 100 blankets to Park Place Manor Nursing Home in belton. They were so touched by the fact that someone took so much time to say prayers for them while making the blankets. Many are often moved to tears and we received thank you letters from residents. This whole project is a great way to teach our children about respecting all life especially the elderly.

May God bless you all!!!

Kiyeon Glandon
Prayer Blanket Workshop Coordinator

Forensics and Drama:

Drama Update

The Drama Department will present a night of Readers' Theater and Showcase on Nov. 11, directed by Kimberly McHugh. In the Spring, the Drama Department will present a classic Greek tragedy,Antigone by Sophocles, directed by Chris Mosmeyer, assisted by KImberley McHugh. Dates for the Spring play have not been set. Auditions will take place after the fall production.

Forensics Update

The Forensics Team is headed to Melissa HS this weekend. Good Luck!

Bella Sona Concert

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Pro-Life Club:

October is Respect Life Month

Respect Life Prayer Service

Tuesday, October 18th at 9:40am.

All parents are welcome!!

Make a Pro-Life Poster

Earn 2 student community service hours

Monday, October 3rd students will fill the hallways with posters that have a pro-life message on them. All students who make a poster and turn them into Mrs. Fette will earn 2 service hours.

Baby Shower to benefit Our Lady of the Angels Maternity Shelter

Earn 2 student Community Service Hours

Bring your baby items in beginning Oct. 3 through Oct. 18th. Receive 2 service hours for items or donations of $10 or more. Items needed are: Newborns to 2 year old - diapers, wet wipes, bottles, clothes, baby blankets, clothes,etc. Students will be invited to help deliver the items to the shelter. .

You may also donate cash or check. If you send a check, please make a payment to HTCHS and please put "Pro-life" on the memo line.

Please bring items to the Theology Room 120. If anyone has a baby crib we can borrow to fill with items, please email Mrs. Fette.

Rosary Rally

Oct 15, Saturday, is the date set for the nationwide rosary rally in honor of our Lady of Fatima. As many of you know, Oct 13, 1917, is her feast day and this Oct 13 is the 99th year anniversary of her apparition. I have registered as a rosary captain again and we will have our rally at Holy Trinity Catholic High School sidewalk facing Walmart on W Adams. We will begin at 1030 holding up signs consecrating our country to God through Mary. The actual rosary will begin at 1130 and should end by noon. I encourage (urge,beg,plead) you to physically come and join us if you are able; for the sake of our souls and our nation. And please pass the word around. The last count from America Needs Fatima is that there are over 16,000 rallies to be going on at around the same time with the intention of flooding heaven with rosaries. Now more than ever especially this election year and the many conflicts in the world and our nation are prayers needed. Now more than ever, her message from 1917 still urges us to sacrifice much and turn away from our sinfulness and the sinfulness of others. Please join me and many others to sacrifice this bit of time for God."

"If you come, please bring signs. I will have some signs. If you need to, you may also bring lawn chairs."

Matt Gokingco

Service Hours:

I am the Stewardship Coordinator for St. Luke Catholic Church and we will be having our St. Luke Fest on Sunday, October 16th from 11 am to 4 pm. We are needing volunteers for the children’s games. We are starting our sign-up at this weekend’s Masses.

V Peace & Blessings,

Sylvia Maedgen

Stewardship Coordinator

St. Luke Catholic Church


Greg Pekar with the Knights of Columbus council #3444. St Marys in Temple

Looking for 3 student volunteers to run the ‘haunted bounce house’ at our Saturday 29 Oct Halloween party.

Volunteers would run the gate, and operate the special spooky effects around the house. Estimated time commitment is 7 hours each.

Contact Mrs. Fette if you want to participate. Great way to earn a lot of service hours.


Needlework Club:

Ms. Dowling is offering knitting and crochet lessons after school Tuesday through Thursday. We will be meeting in the library from 4-5 pm. If you are curious about the baffling, yet useful art of crochet, or find the creation of beautiful textiles using only sticks and string downright mystifying, drop by! All skill levels are welcome, from beginner to expert. After we’ve learned a few simple techniques, we will be making charity items for donation.

Bring a hook and compatible yarn. If you do not have these items or unsure of what to purchase, these may be borrowed during the meeting.

The Wildflower Guild

The Wildflower Guild is looking for additional Juniors and Sophomore Boys for the Escort program. Sophomore boys will have etiquette, dance lessons and socials. Junior Boys will have socials, dance lessons and escort a Belle to the Wildflower Ball. Participation in this organization looks great on college applications. Any boys interested in joining, please contact me as soon as possible. The season is already underway.


Sammi Freehill

email: sammibearkat@yahoo.com

Cell 254-931-9628

2017 Gala

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Kendra Scott Gives Back

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Celtic for a Day! Spread the word

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Athletic Department Information:

Please visit the athletic webpage and calendar for more detailed information about upcoming sporting event. HTCHS Athletics

10/17 - Volleyball at Austin Waldorf @ JV 5:30 pm/Var 6:30 pm

10/18- Volleyball vs. Summit Christian Academy- Var 5 pm (Senior Night)

Week of October 17th - October 23rd, 2016


Monday, October 17th

  • Monday class schedule
  • Liturgy of the Word- 9:41 am
  • Seniors from Anatomy and Physiology to Eminent Spine for Tour- 11:30 am
  • Volleyball at Austin Waldorf- 5:30 pm

Tuesday, October 18th

  • Tues class schedule
  • Uniform- non dress uniform
  • Pro-Life Prayer Service- 9:40 am
  • Volleyball vs. Summit Christian Academy- 5 pm

Wednesday, October 19th

  • Wed class schedule
  • Uniform- non dress uniform
  • PSAT Testing until 11:30 am
  • HTCHS Board meeting- 6 pm
  • Family yoga- 6 pm

Thursday, October 20th

  • Thursday Mass class schedule
  • Uniform- Dress uniform
  • Mass- 9:37 (Father James Ekeocha)

Friday, October 21st

  • Mon/Wed class schedule
  • Uniform- spirit wear
  • Adoration- 11:19 am
  • Football at Granbury North Central Texas Academy- 7: 30 pm

Saturday, October 22nd

  • FACT- 12th Annual Trinity Classic- All day

Sunday, October 23rd

  • Bella Sona Fall Concert- 3 pm in Father Davis Chapel
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