Holy Trinity's Weekly School Newsletter
29: Middle School grades published
01: 3rd-5th grades published
02: Free Dress for Food (bring two cans/boxes of food)
09: Faculty In-Service (Focus: Social-Emotional Learning, No EC)
15: Parent-Teacher Conferences (EC availability TBD)
16: Parent-Teacher Conferences (EC availability TBD)
30: Halloween Parties
Highlighting Titan Work
Our 6th, 7th and 8th grade students are working in Google Earth for Social Studies. In Mr. Dalton's class, students are each building their own map throughout their middle school experience and this master copy will evolve as they come up with additional potential contributions. Take a look at their cool maps and summaries here!
Mr. Truong's Photography elective has just begun their exploration of their manual camera settings. 6th grade student, Malena, took this lovely shot called Pretty Berries, Gloomy Day.
Pack 598 News
Calling all students in K-5th grade, there is one extra curricular activity that you still can do: Cub Scouts! Scouts will meet with their dens in safe way in groups of 10 or less. Learn about camping, hiking, respect for the outdoors, and much more! Go to: beascout.org, put in you zip code And join pack 598. For more information feel free to contact me by text: 503-547-3872. You may also email: email@example.com.
Yours In Scouting, Jacquelyn Delplanche
Cubmaster Pack 598
Family Handbook + Addendum
Please find the Student and Family Handbook here. To support digital learning, please find the Digital Learning Addendum here. We ask that each family review our policies and procedures and sign our digital handbook acknowledgement form.
Parent Consent for Zoom
HTCS will be using Zoom to host our live sessions for student in person and students at home. We will be recording sessions for student and teacher use. Please complete this Consent for Video Conferencing for each of your HT students.
We are looking forward to sharing your student's progress and learning during Parent Teacher Conferences on October 15th and 16th.
PTO: Room Parent Openings
We have just a few Room Parent Openings on School Speak. Room Parents are in charge of planning a Halloween party, Valentine's Day party, celebrating the teacher's birthday and any other events per the teacher and class. It's a fun way to volunteer.
Monthly Theme: Welcoming
This month, our school-wide theme is our school as a welcoming place where every student feels like he or she belongs. In our morning announcements, we’ll be reminding students to welcome others and act and speak in safe, respectful, and responsible ways. In addition we’ll be reminding students of our school rules: Be Respectful, Be Responsible and Be Safe. We’ll also begin teaching the Second Step program, which includes lessons that support these behaviors. Support your child at home in welcoming others and acting and speaking in safe, respectful, and responsible ways. Please tell your child’s teacher if you have questions about specific ways you can help your child with these behaviors at home.
If you have any masks that didn't work for your student or family, please consider donating some for this outreach program.
Washington County Metrics
You can track Washington County metrics for July 5-September 14 here. The last three weeks have seen some improvement when looking at the cases per 100,000. To open Kinder through 3rd Grade, we need 30 or less cases per 100,000 for three consecutive weeks.
Back to School Documents
AHERA Notification Letter
Each year the Archdiocese conducts inspections of schools for possible asbestos. For further details, please read the attached letter.