Holy Trinity's Weekly School Newsletter
17: Spirit Day: Wear your favorite sports gear or team gear!
18: School Mass at 2:15pm hosted by 1st grade
24: 3rd-5th and Middle School grades published
25: School Mass at 11am hosted by Kindergarten
12-12:15pm Dismissal for Thanksgiving Break (No EC)
26-27: Happy Thanksgiving!
PTO: Dinner Night Out
During this busy holiday season enjoy someone else's cooking, support local business, and raise funds to benefit Holy Trinity school events. Funds raised benefit students and staff activities, like holiday classroom events, teacher appreciation efforts, and more. We have two upcoming Dinner Night Out Events in December and will have more planned in the future. You can pick-up/take-out, arrange for delivery, and some places might be offering dine in options depending on COVID status.
Letter from Superintendent
Please take a moment to read a letter from our Superintendent, Dr. Jeannie Ray-Timoney regarding the new metrics and safety.
School Mass Links
Please join us for school Mass on Wednesday, November 18 at 2:15pm. First grade will host this Mass!
Washington County 'Freeze'
With Washington County numbers increasing, we will hold our current program at Limited In Person, scheduled child care and Comprehensive Digital Learning. Per the Governor's 'freeze' guidelines, we encourage families to keep their student(s) home if feasible. Please note the new travel guidelines: students that travel outside of Oregon will need to quarantine for 14 days before returning to campus. Students can do digital learning during their quarantine time.
Update School Speak
School Speak is where we go for any important information about your student(s)- who can pick up, allergies, phone numbers in case of illness, etc. We will use School Speak's text message feature if the school closes for inclement weather or other emergencies. If you'd like to receive these text messages, please make sure you enter your cell phone number, cell phone provider and opt-in for the text messages.
Washington County Metrics
You can track Washington County metrics here. To open Kinder through 6th Grade, we need 50 or fewer cases per 100,000 for 14 days. To open 7th-8th grades, elementary schools need to demonstrate the ability to limit transmission in the school environment.