The Annual Used Uniform Sale will be held Saturday, July 12 & Sunday, July 13 in the Youth Center. The sale will be held Saturday from 2-4p.m. and again after the 5pm Mass, as well as immediately after the 11am Mass on Sunday. Be sure to bring cash or check to pay for the various items you choose.
Interested in selling your family's used uniforms? Write your family's name and phone number, as well as the price for the given item on an envelope and pin to the uniform piece. Each uniform item should have a separate envelope. All envelopes from sold items will be returned to the family following the sale. Items to be sold should be dropped off at the Youth Center between 12-2 on Saturday, July 12.
Students interested in earning service hours for pricing previously donated items , setting up the sale, or working the actual sale should contact Director of Student Activities, Mrs. Ashley Davenport at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Congratulations to our Field Hockey and Golf teams who continued to compete and advance during our summer vacation. We are very proud of your efforts and appreciate your continued dedication to your passion for athletics.
Our combined 7th/8th grade girls field hockey team won their CSAA championship. Our 5th grade girls team lost in the semi-final of the 5-6th grade division after 2 overtimes and playoff 'flings'. Our 6th grade team lost in the quarter final of the same league. Congraulations to all of our girls who recently completed their field hockey season. Great work!
Our golf teams finished their seasons recently by competing in the CSAA Golf tournament. Our 5th, 7th, and 8th grade boys finished 1st, while our 6th grade boys earned a 2nd place title! Gracie E., a 5th grade girl, placed 1st in the 5th grade girls tournament. Congratulations Eagles!
This year, we've done our best to compile a list of educational enrichment activities going on in our local community this summer. Included are also remedial tutoring resources, including teachers within the building here at Holy Trinity. We are updating this daily as we receive new camp information. Please check regularly or stop by the Summer Plans Bulletin Board outside Mrs. Davenport's office.
Summer PEP will occur July 28 through August 1 here at Holy Trinity School. Many classes will be led by our teachers, with a few being led by community organizations. To register during the summer, please contact the teacher directly. Registration forms and information are available online.
Alexandria Beck, HTPS 2012 Alum, resently presented her business idea for NativMe, an online jewelry store, to an investor panel, as part of her participation in Louisville's Young Entrepreneurs Academy program. After participating in the 30-week program, a program that teaches middle and high school students how to start and run their own businesses or nonprofits, Beck was awarded $300 to start her business and featured in Louisville's Business First- First Honors publication. Congratulations and Good Luck Alex!
2013 HTPS Alum, Anna Marie Beck, Continues to Support Kosair with Annual Fundraiser
The fifth annual Bourbon and Bowties event for Kosair will honor 14-year-old Anna-Maria Beck, an HTPS 2013 Alum, who was diagnosed in February 2007 with a brain tumor, while only a 2nd grader at Holy Trinity. She has worked with the committee to plan the even by attending every meeting and designing the bowties to be sold for fundraising efforts as part of the event. More information and a video about how Holy Trinity helped inspire her involvement for this event were shared by WHAS11.
Each year, while our first through sixth grade students take part in Field Day activities, our seventh graders visit the Cincinnati Museum, Zoo, and Newport Aquarium. This year, our seventh graders were just as excited to attend and truly enjoyed their experience. Thank you to all of our Junior High teachers for serving as chaperones and making today a great experience for all!
Each year during the last week of school, our first through sixth grade students participate in various Field Day challenges and activities. The end of the day celebration includes St. Matthews Fire Department showering our students! This year, the rain held off, and the students enjoyed all of their Field Day activities. Thanks to Ms. Pullem for coordinating all of our fun!
Many HTPS Alum Recognized at Sacred Heart Academy's Awards Day
Earlier this month, Sacred Heart Academy hosted their annual Awards Day. Many of our graduates were recognized. Hannah Hardy, Kylie Feger, and Kayla Swiatek were recognized for their participation as Governor's Scholars. Kylie Feger and Kayla Swiatek were recognized as National Merit Commended Students. Elizabeth Klem received the St. Matthew's Business Association Award, while Kayla Swiatek was recognized for earning the Fr. John Morgan Scholarship. Beth Steiner received a Parents' Association Award, while Lucy Herrington and Anna-Marie Beck earned 110% Awards. Congratulations to each of you on your great honors and awards!
St. Matthews Community to Host Block Party Benefiting Hadley Mercer
On Saturday, June 21 from 4-8pm, Louisville Geek and the St. Matthews Community will rally together to raise funds for Hadley Mercer at the 1st Annual St. Matthews Block Party. The cost is $50 for food and drink specials at participating venues, a silent auction, and cover for Slow Charleston and Danny Flanigan and the Rain Chorus. For more information and to register, visit lougeek.com/blockparty.