Weekly Update

Wildcat News and Notes from Mrs. Dumproff's Desk, Sept. 12

Picture Day is Friday, September 13

Please return the Order Form with your child, even if you ordered online. There is a bar code on the Form that will be scanned when your child’s photo is taken. Do not wear green on picture day, please.

Mandatory Parents Basketball Meeting-Sept. 16

All parents of 5th through 8th grade girls and boys interested in basketball must attend the meeting on Monday, Sept. 16 at 7 pm in the HT Parish Center Cafe. A lettter from Tim Butschlick, Athletic Director was emailed to the parents of all 5th through 8th grade students. If you did not receive the letter, please contact the school office.

Upcoming Volleyball Games

Friday, Sept. 13 at HolyLand, St. Cloud Civic Center – HTS B Team vs HolyLand 1 B Team 5:30 pm, HTS Gold A Team vs HolyLand A Team 6:30 pm, HTS B Team vs HolyLand 2 B Team 7:30 pm

Tuesday, Sept. 17 at Holy Trinity – HTS Blue A Team vs. Shepherd of the Hills 6 pm, HTS Gold A Team vs WCHSA A Team at 7 pm

Friday, Sept. 20 at St. Matthews, Campbellsport-Holy Trinity B Team vs. St. Matthews B Team 6 pm

Greetings from the Social Fest Team

We’d like to thank our donors, volunteers and guests, for contributing to another fantastic event. Based on ticket sales, our attendance increased by about 30 people from 2018, to nearly 450 people, and our profits will be over $55,000, our largest amount ever. THANK YOU!!! Your contributions will help to fund many projects at the school, and we had specific funding committed for at least 2 Smart Board replacements, a new laptop for the Religious Education program, and many contributions in support of our teachers. Of specific note was a $6,500 matching donation from Drexel, and another $6,500 “match-the-match” donation from an anonymous donor. Thank you!

Also, we saw a substantial increase in volunteers this year, and used sign-up.com to help organize and schedule our efforts. We had many families contribute 2 hours or more in support of the event. Many hands make light work, (and help to eliminate overload for our event leadership team.) Thank you!

Finally, the team has already begun planning for next year. We have heard input from parish and school members regarding the location of the event. It is our intent to continue to host Social Fest at the parish center, for the long-term future. Our parish center allows us to offer a great event, unaffected by the weather, securely and conveniently, offering both indoor and outdoor enjoyment, and accessible for all. It is also a perfect example of how funding from the parish and community is used on a daily basis, and why fundraisers and events like Social Fest are important for the parish.

Thank you and God Bless!

Kewaskum Food Pantry Collection - All School Mass, Friday, Sept. 27

In honor of the Feast Day of St. Vincent de Paul, we are collecting laundry detergent, toilet paper and bottles of juice for the Kewaskum Food Pantry. Students will bring these items to the All School Mass on Friday, Sept. 27. The next time you are shopping, please consider getting a few extra items to donate. (Hint – Dollar Tree has great prices on these items.)

Calendar of Cash winners

Sept. 2 – No School, Labor Day

Sept. 3 – Cathy Carney

Sept. 4 – Jeff Fobes

Sept. 5 – Shelly Taylor

Sept. 6 – Julie Herriges

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Holy Trinity is the #2 fundraiser in the Archdiocese right now for the Sole's Walk for Catholic Education! We have raised $1,193 so far. Our goal is $5,000. Please keep up the good work. We still have time. If you haven't signed up yet, it's really fast and easy.

http://catholicschoolswalk.org <----------- CLICK here and search for Holy Trinity under the search team feature. It will prompt you to join. Once you do that, you can easily add donations. We are hoping to have each student raise $34. This money will support classroom libraries. Our new Reading curriculum relies on classroom libraries. The minimum recommendation is 1000 books in each classroom, with 500 unique titles. To buy a complete classroom library is upwards of $2,000. While we have a great start in most classrooms, we have not met the goals just yet. This money would greatly help us expand our selections and give our students excellent choices across a variety of genres.