Weekly School News
Calling all Girl Scouts! We will celebrate Girl Scout Day on Thursday, March 11. All girls involved in either HT troops or troops outside of HT may wear their vests to school on this day.
PTU EASTER CANDY SALE: Order forms came home last week. Please return your order forms by this Friday, March 5th.
PTU HOOPS MANIA: Want a chance to win money while helping your school? The Holy
Trinity PTU is asking all families to help us by selling a minimum of 10 tickets each for March Madness HoopsMania. Each ticket will generate 8 random teams. Each seed number will be assigned a team on March 14th. As the teams play, add up the scores on the game card. Don't worry if you don't follow the tournament, we will notify you if you have a winning card! Good luck to all the ticket holders and thank you for your support!
Spring Book Fair
By Renée Wilczewski
Our Scholastic Book Fair will be held from Monday, March 8th to Friday, March 19th.
All proceeds from the Book Fair benefit the Holy Trinity School Library!
Scholastic has extended Holy Trinity’s Spring Book Fair from one week to two weeks to allow us to run a Book Fair within Holy Trinity School’s COVID-19 protocols. We will not be asking for volunteer help this year. Thank you for your understanding.
Remember those Teacher Wish Lists: Click HERE
From the Lunchroom:
A la carte reminder: A la carte is open to grades 3-8 only. We will begin with all of our usual packaged snacks. We are working on a plan to package cookies so those will be coming soon. Please remember to deposit funds into your student accounts if this is something that you are interested in. We will not be accepting cash in the kitchen this year.
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From the Nurse’s Office:
As the weather begins to turn, please continue to send a water bottle to school. In addition, a spare mask and for younger students - a change of clothes in your students’ backpacks is helpful too! We are trying to get outdoors for recess, but the muddy season is upon us as well. Thank you!
Parents, thank you for your continued diligence in monitoring symptoms and keeping kids home from school as necessary.
Clarification between ISOLATION and QUARANTINE (updated 3.3.21)
ISOLATION is used to separate people infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, from people who are not infected. One who is in isolation is to stay home and should separate themselves from others by staying in a specific "sick room" or area and use a separate bathroom if available. When one tests positive, they must isolate for 10 days since symptoms first appeared.
QUARANTINE is used to keep someone who has been exposed to COVID-19 and is considered a close contact. Quarantine helps prevent the spread of disease that can occur before a person knows they are sick or if they are infected with the virus without feeling symptoms. People in quarantine need to stay home, separate themselves from others and monitor their health. When in quarantine you have to stay home for 10 days after your last contact with a person who has COVID-19. (Last day of contact is considered “Day
0” so begin quarantine “countdown” the following day for 10 days.)
When one tests positive for COVID-19, all immediate household members are to quarantine 10 days from the date the test was taken (Day tested = Day 0). All other close contacts start their 10 day quarantine from their last day of contact with the individual.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. I can be reached at
440-937-6420 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
From the Parish:
SPRING CYO REGISTRATION:
Save the Date:
3/12: School in session
3/14: New family and prospective family open house 10am-12pm
3/14-3/19:Catholic Schools Week
3/24: Kindergarten Information Night 7pm (Gym)
3/26: Calamity Day - Teacher/Staff Vaccinations
4/1-4/11: Spring Break
4/23: No School - Staff Professional Development (*New*)
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