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School Announcements

Miss Achievement

Congratulate Rebecca Vicars on winning second runner up in the Miss Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador pageant. She won Second runner up out of 30 young woman from throughout Newfoundland and Labrador! She also won a monetary scholarship! 


Grade 8 Boy’s Basketball

Congratulations to HTH Grade 8 Boys Basketball Team for winning Gold in their Division at the Beaconsfield Invitational Tournament this past weekend.



Undergraduate students who have ordered a yearbook can go to Ms. White's classroom during nutrition break to pick it up.


Math Club

Math club will be starting today, Monday, November 19th in room 122 at lunch time. This is open to all students from grade 8 to grade 12. Students will also have the opportunity to get some extra practice before the writing of the University of Waterloo Math competitions and learn problem solving strategies. Come along for some math problem solving fun! 


Ducks Unlimited

Students interested in environmental conservation are invited to attend a lunch time presentation from Ducks Unlimited on the Gully Project on Monday, November 19th at lunch in Ms. Kavanagh's Room 229. This is an excellent opportunity for volunteer hours and building your resume. Hope to see you there!


Lego Robotics

Lego Robotics members will be doing a marathon session Monday after school to get ready for the competition next weekend. Students who are able to come right at the bell are welcome to do so and we will be working until 6 pm for those who are able. If you need to leave early than that, it won't be a problem. Email Mr. Grant with any questions.


Subway Coupons for Graduating Class of 2019

Just a reminder that the Subway Coupons for the graduating class are due on Thursday, Nov.29 which is only 2 week’s time.  Money and form to be handed in to Mr. Earle.


Volunteer Hours

Your school needs you to assist in recycling.  Your hours will go towards career hours.  Additionally, the Town of Flatrock is looking for students to help prepare loot bags for the Santa Claus Parade. Any students looking for Volunteer Hours and are willing to help, can contact the Town Hall at 437-6312 or at info@townofflatrock.com



Don’t forget to follow HTHS Athletic for news, updates, and cancellations on: Twitter @gotigersathlete

Guide to Prevention Lecture
Constable Chad Rogers and Gary Summers will be hosting a parent’s lecture on a “Guide To Prevention” surrounding drug use and smart choices. It will be on  November 19th  from 7-9 pm at our school.
This will benefit the parents of the children that attend our school and give them a better skill set to talk with their children pertaining to substance abuse and making healthy decisions.

Please complete the google form below two indicaate your interest. We will need a minimum of 40 parents to attend the lecture to go ahead.

Please see attached a poster that outlines the lecture topic.

Holy Trinity High Cap and Gown for 2018 Graduates
Holy Trinity High 2018 Cap and Gown Ceremony will be taking place on Monday, December 17th.  Registration Forms have been mailed out to 2018 Graduates and completed forms with fee must be received at the office before Nov. 1, 2018. Please see the attached form is you need an additional copy.  

Youth Invited to Participate in Mental Health and Addictions Services Questionnaire

The Provincial Government is seeking input from youth between the ages of 12 and 25 through an online questionnaire on their opinions and experiences accessing mental health and addictions services. The purpose of the questionnaire is to help build better programs and services for young people when and where they are needed.

Youth are encouraged to participate by visiting engagenl.ca. The questionnaire can be completed on a computer or mobile device.

Youth who are unable to complete the questionnaire online may request a written copy by calling Linda Warford, Mental Health and Addictions Division, at 709-729-4453.

Written submissions may also be sent through regular mail to the address below:

Youth Mental Health and Addictions Services Questionnaire
c/o Public Engagement Division
P.O. Box 8700
4th Floor, West Block
Confederation Building
St. John’s, NL
A1B 4J6

 The deadline is November 15th, 2018

Results of the questionnaire will help inform the development of a new integrated service delivery model for youth and young adults. This is a recommendation in Towards Recovery: The Mental Health and Addictions Action Plan for Newfoundland and Labrador.

This initiative delivers on commitments in The Way Forward to deliver better services and better outcomes for residents. The Way Forward outlines all actions the Provincial Government is taking to achieve a strong, diversified province with a high standard of living, and can be viewed at thewayforward.gov.nl.ca


November Supplementary Exams
Registration for the November Supplementary exams is ongoing until Friday, October 19th. The forms are available on the EECD website under Public Exams and by clicking the attached link.
Think Differently About Math
Check out our own Mr. Normore's Interview with CBC News on the topic of "Here's how to help your kids and yourself think differently about math."


What should a parent or guardian do when their child is absent from school?

Daily Absence

If your child is absent from school for a full day or a part of the day, email your child’s teachers. Since attendance is taken by individual subject teachers for each period of the day, we kindly ask parents or guardians to create a folder in your email contacts and copy and paste your child’s teachers’ email addresses into that folder.  With a simple click, parents or guardians can then simply send one email to all of your child’s teachers.


Extended Absence

If your child is absent for more than 2 consecutive days, then please email hthattendance@gmail.com  and provide the dates of your child’s absence.

Important Dates

November 9 – 12 Mid Fall Break

November 12 – Remembrance Day

November 22 – Term 1 Reports Released

November 29 – Parent Teacher Interviews

December 17 – Cap and Gown Ceremony

2018-2019 Busing
This memo is applicable to families of students who will be attending Holy Trinity High in September 2018, and who are eligible for busing. If you are receiving this memo, your student’s school bus transportation service may be different in the 2018-2019 school year. This is due to the rebalancing of ridership among bus routes.
Please see attached bus route documents for further details.

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.


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


Supplementary Exams
If you need to write a supplementary exam for one of your public exam courses, please view the regisitration form located here.  Supplementary exams for non-public exam courses will take place at the school on Monday, September 10th for English; Tuesday, September 11th for Math; Wednesday, September 12th for Science and Socials. Students are to register at the school office on or before Friday, September 8.
Talk to your Councilor

Our school Counsellors wear a lot of hats as they provide support to all of our students in NL. Below, is an interactive version of the Talk to Your School Counsellor poster. Each heading will provide links to relevant information pertaining to that topic.

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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