Holy Trinity's Weekly School Newsletter
13: Middle School grades published
15: Parent-Teacher Conferences
3rd-5th grades published
K-2 Progress Reports published
16: Parent-Teacher Conferences
30: Halloween (Details TBD)
02: 9:45-12:00 Picture day for in-person learning students
03: 9:45-12:00 Picture day for in-person learning students
3:00-5:30 Picture for digital learning students
Speech with Mrs. Cenova
Tara Cenova, speech-language pathologist, who worked with our students last year is available this year via Zoom. If you're interested in your child either continuing treatment, starting treatment, or if you have general questions regarding your child's speech and/or language skills, please contact Tara directly at 503-970-1647. Sessions will be 30 minutes, once a week. Your charges will be billed through FACTS. Tara will discuss charges with you personally. She will work around class schedules.
Catholic High School Connections
In order to best support our 3rd through 8th grade students' 21st century skills and encourage savvy digital citizenship, HT is using Go Guardian web-based services to oversee student technology usage on their @htsch.org accounts. We chose GoGuardian Admin and GoGuardian Teacher services to:
ALICE is a second year protocol for Archdiocese of Portland elementary schools that teaches and provides strategies for responding to a school intruder. This is stressful and upsetting content, yet essential as we keep student safety our top priority. For more information, please check out these resources:
School Mass Links
Please join us for school Mass on Wednesday at 2:15pm.
safeYouTube (video.link): https://video.link/w/cVjo
We are looking forward to sharing your student's progress and learning during Parent Teacher Conferences on October 15th and 16th.
Girl Scouts Animal Dance Party
Fall Picture Day!
We will have Fall Picture on Monday and Tuesday, November 2nd and 3rd, this year! Click here for information from Dorian Studio.
Washington County Metrics
You can track Washington County metrics here. To open Kinder through 3rd Grade, we need 30 or less cases per 100,000 for three consecutive weeks. To open 4th-8th grades, we need 10 or less cases per 100,000 for three consecutive weeks.