Holy Trinity Catholic School October 29th, 2020
ALL SAINTS' DAY
All Saints' Day is a holy day of the Catholic Church celebrated annually on November 1st. The day is dedicated to the saints of the Church, that is, all those who have attained heaven.
Prayer for All Saints' Day:
Dear God, praise you for giving us the glorious example of the Saints. I aspire to meet their company, praising you forever in Heaven. Please help me to follow in their footsteps, and yours, Jesus Christ. Please help me to submit myself to Your call, seeking Your order in all things, just as the Saints did. Please help me to commit myself to Your glory, and to the service of my neighbors. Amen.
ALL SOULS' DAY
Students will not have in-person school on Friday, November 13th, but teachers will post things on SeeSaw or Google Classroom for the students to work on. If you do not have good internet access at home, teachers can send home things to work on as well. Please contact your child's teacher if you would like this.
Teachers will also send home chromebooks, if needed for students.
Teachers will not be available that day.
This will still be considered a student school day. Please complete the assignments, as attendance will be taken based on work completed and submitted.
With October being the month of the Rosary, on Friday October 23rd students prayed the Rosary together in a Living Rosary. The classes spread out throughout the gym and we prayed the rosary together. It was a very spiritual, uplifting experience.
Soles for Catholic Education
CALENDAR OF CASH WINNERS
October 19 - Carolyn Leister
October 20 - Diane Schraufnagel
October 21 - Deb McGuire
October 22 - Izaak Harvey
October 23 - David Prunty
A NOTE FROM MRS. LONGDEN
Thank you all for attending Parent/Teacher conferences and following our protocols we have in place at the school. They were a great success with families doing virtual conferences and in-person conferences. We have been working hard to keep our students and staff safe and healthy and your help with this is evident. Thank you!
Don't forget to set your clocks back this weekend!
"There is a child in Everyone of us who is still a trick-or-treater looking for a brightly lit front porch" - Robert Brault
- Mrs. Longden