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Friday, March 22, 2019 – Day 2/9

 

Support our Senior High Boys Hockey team

Come out and support the Senior High Tigers tonight at 8:00 at Twin Rinks as they play Holy Heart in game 3 of the playoffs.  It could possibly be the last game of the season. 

 

Students who Missed Course Registration

We will finish with scheduled course registration tomorrow for students currently in grades 9, 10 and 11.  If you have missed course registration, you will be called to the Office next week.

 

Yearbook Profile - Graduates

Students in grade 12 are reminded to complete the yearbook profile that was handed out in your English class and return to the envelope placed on the bulletin board in the office.

 

Career Hours

Mr. Martin is looking for anyone who needs volunteer hours to see him every Wednesday to assist with cleaning the shop.  Also, every Thursday recycling happens in the cafeteria with Mr. Martin and very few have been showing up so if you are in need of career hours, do not wait until it’s too late. 

 

Graduating Class of 2019

Important dates regarding Prom include March 15 for returning the signed parent contract and for completing the online google form and student contract.  Payment is due to Ms. Channing by April 5, 2019.


MEDQuest

MedQUEST is an exciting, career –oriented summer program for students in grades 10-12 in Newfoundland and Labrador. The main objective of the program is to introduce high school students to the fascinating world of the health sciences and rewarding health careers such as doctors, physiotherapists, pharmacists, dentists, veterinarians, nurses and more! Students enjoy demonstrations, experiments, hands-on activities, projects, guest speakers, and tours of health facilities.  MedQUEST is offered July 7 - August 16, 2019, covering six one-week sessions. Students must apply for the program and applications are now being accepted online. Find the link on Ms. Brenton's twitter.

WISE Program – Grade 11 female student only

For females in Level II: The WISE- Student Summer Employment Program gives grade 11, female high school students the opportunity to participate in a paid, 7-week work placement  in a science or engineering field.   Please visit webpage at wisenl.ca/ssep , or find the link on Ms. Brenton's twitter page for more information regarding the program.  Deadline to apply is April 15.

 

EF Tour to Europe – Easter 2020

During our Easter Holidays for the 2020 school year, our school will be taking part in an EF Tour, entitled Canada and the World Wars.  This 10 day trip will see our students follow the same routes as our soldiers did during both world wars.  We will be in Paris, Amsterdam, Normandy, the Vimy Region, Berlin, Juno Beach, and Ypres.  It is a very historical and emotional tour and is open to students from this years Grade 9's to Level II students.  Enrollment is limited and those that are interested should see Mr. Power as soon as possible as spaces are being filled up.

 

 

Reminder:

It is really important for our school community to celebrate student successes.  You matter! Please email annoucementshth@gmail.com if you have any news you would like to share. Your school cannot celebrate your efforts if we do not know about them.

Holy Trinity High Prom 2019 Registration Form
All Level 3 Students are asked to fill out the registeration form for the 2019 HTHS Prom.
 
I want my NTV......
Mr. Grant's Computer Science Students made the NTV News.  Click here to view.
 
HTHS United Nations Students

The Model United Nations was held at Memorial University on Tuesday (February 19th) and Wednesday (February 20th). Our school was the largest delegation in attendance with 42 students. They we're very engaged in each debate and represented the school with candor and respect.
Kiera Hammond representing the Russian Federation was named top debator in the Security Council for the crisis in Yemen. Liam Burke was first runner up for top debator representing Egypt.
Michael Price representing the Russian Federation was first runner up for top debator in Digital Development. Ryan Scott representing Qatar was second runner up.

Kassidy Hammond representing  the Russian Federation was first runner up for top debator in the Belt and Road Development in China. 

In the Historical room, the discussion was centred around the time following the death of Alexander the Great. Eric Senior was named first runner up for top debator as General Selecus and Matthew M. Manning was second runner up for the character Clemenones.

Well done everyone and congratulations on another fantastic year at the Model United Nations!!!

 
Public Exam Schedule 2018-19
Click here to view

Cassandra McGrath is the new Easter Seals Ambassador for Newfoundland and Labrador
Click here to read more
 
School Development Grades 7-12 Students Survey
To start the survey click here
 
Junior High matha League
Congratulations to our Junior High Math League who received second place in the math problem solving competition at the District School on Wednesday Feb 27th.  Team members included MacKenzie Parrell, Jillian Codner, Emma Dalley and Kathleen Scott. Thank you to our teacher sponsors, Mr. Stringer and Ms. Fewer.
 
 
Grade 9 Course Information Session
Course Selection Meeting for Parents of Grade 9 students has been moved to Monday, March 11th at 7:00 pm

Mini Enrichment
Please see mini enrichment catalogue and application.  Deadline is March 12th.  Forms and money are to be submitted to the main office at Holy Trinity High.  Please contact Ms. Codner if you have further questions.  Parents wishing for more information please see the following link from the district.
 
February Newsletter
Read more about the events at HTH in our updated newsletter.
  
School Family Surveys

The provincial government has launched the annual school development surveys of students, parents/guardians, and staff. The data from these surveys will be used by our school to create our school development plan.  

Parents/Guardians are asked to please complete the family survey so we have representation from all of our families.  We encourage everyone to participate so that we have the most accurate representation of family perceptions at your school. Thank you for your participation and for being a valued member of your school community.  Please see the attached Memo. A memo and email have been sent out with more information.  

Please complete the Family Survey by March 15th, 2019 by clicking on the following link:

https://www.research.net/r/SDFamily1819EN


Term II Report Cards and Parent Teacher Interviews
Tuesday Febuary 12th - Report Cards Distributed 2:10 pm
Thursday Febuary 21st - Parent Teacher Interviews (12:30-3:30pm, 5:30-7:30 pm), OPTIS online booking system opens


November Newsletter
Please see the attached link for our November Newsletter.
 
2018-2019 Busing
Please see attached bus route documents for further details.  Bus route have been updated Jan.31st, 2019

2018-2019 Bus Route Information


 
Student Supply Lists

A copy of the supply list for junior high can be found here.
A copy of the supply list for senior high can be found here.

 

Newsletter
To review all the wonderful things that happened at Holy Trinity High this past term, please review our June 2018 Newsletter.


Cafeteria Services
In the event that there is a two hour delayed opening, cafeteria services will not be available to students as our Chartwell's cafeteria staff will not have adequate time to prepare for lunch. Parents are asked to ensure that if we experience a two hour weather delay that students bring a lunch from home.   We appreciate your support and understanding with this matter.  If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us.
 
Scent Free Building Reminder
Scented products can be harmful to many people, and can make those who have allergies, migraines, environmental sensitivities and chronic heart and lung diseases very sick. Please refrain from wearing scented products in the school due to allergies which result in breathing difficulty in the presence of strong smelling fragrances. This includes items such as colognes and aftershaves like Axe, scented shampoo and conditioners, hairspray, scented deodorants, perfumes, lotions, creams, etc.
 
School Announcements

Our announcements email address is announcementshth@gmail.com  Please submit messages to be placed on our website or read over the P.A. to this email address.

 
HTH Atletics
Follow us at @gotigersathlete for announcements and tryout information.  Also the athletic calendar can be viewed on the Athletics page for tryout times.
 
 

 


 
 
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