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Jones Retires After 15 Years of Service to Trinity Prep

Jones (far left) dresses up as a farmer for Spirit week, with fellow teachers as the Chick-Fil-A cows.

ANDREW BACHRACH, News Editor

May 29, 2020

   Nearly every Trinity student who has attended since middle school has passed through the classroom of beloved science teacher Bob Jones. After 15 years of teaching middle school science, running the Classic Cartoons Club, and previously co-sponsoring the Quiz Bowl team, Jones will be retiring at...

McWhorter seeks new career opportunities

McWhorter gives a high five to a perspective student during an official Trinity Prep Open House date. She shows families around campus and shares information about the school.

GRACE BENEKE, Managing Editor

May 27, 2020

  After eight years in admissions, the Director of Admission and Tuition Assistance Catherine McWhorter is leaving Trinity.     "Trinity has been such a wonderful experience," McWhorter said. "It's a close family, and I felt incredibly welcomed from the start."     McWhorter started as t...

Johnston Returns Home to Music City

Photo Courtesy of Nathan Johnston

MANEESH RAJULAPATI, Online Editor

May 27, 2020

After five years as the Director of Forensics, Nathan Johnston will be leaving Trinity to move back to Nashville, Tenn. to continue his career at Battlegrounds Academy. “Having the opportunity to teach and coach forensics in my home state near my family and friends is such an exciting opportuni...

College Counselor Houston Leaves Trinity

Photo courtesy of Danielle Houston

EMMA KIM, Layout Editor

May 27, 2020

After two years in the College Counseling Office, College Counselor Danielle Houston will be leaving Trinity to explore her next possible career steps. Although she is still undecided, Houston said she is considering going back to work in higher education at a college or university. Before workin...

Meyer Leaves Having Made His Mark on Trinity’s Science Department

Dr. Meyer assists students with their frog dissection in his Honors Anatomy class.

ANDREW BACHRACH, News Editor

May 27, 2020

   After 5 years at Trinity Prep, Science Department Chair Dr. Max Meyer will be leaving at the end of the school year. Meyer has taught many students across all grade levels in AP Biology, Honors and regular Biology and Honors Anatomy and Physiology, as well as being the sponsor for the HOSA (Healt...

DiGiovanni leaves the Trinity classroom and the court after three years

DiGiovanni posing with two of his children, Emma and Miles, during elementary school week at basketball camp.

DENIZ BÖLÖNI-TURGUT, Focus Editor

May 27, 2020

   Middle school math teacher Anthony DiGiovanni will be leaving Trinity at the end of this year to return to his home in South Florida, where he plans to continue teaching math. He said that he is sad to leave Trinity, where he’s spent the last three years teaching both 6th and 7th grade math and...

College counselor graduates to new opportunities

College counselor graduates to new opportunities

LEXI GOOD, STAFF WRITER

May 27, 2020

   After 13 years, Director of College Counseling LJ Johnson is leaving behind a legacy of life long support for the students that he helped on their college journey.    “The legacy that I hope to leave behind is that my students know that 10 years from now, I am once their college counselo...

Grille Staff Remains Active Although Campus is Closed

Courtesy of Chris Behrens

JULIAN SEALY, Staff Writer

May 19, 2020

The coronavirus has greatly impacted all members of the Trinity family, from students to faculty to the Grille staff. To help students have some of Trinity at home and bring a taste of the Grille, Food Director Chris Behrens has posted on Trinity Prep’s Instagram two videos of him cooking the best ...

Two Families, Five Different Responses To COVID-19

Two Families, Five Different Responses To COVID-19

EMILY MAGGARD

May 19, 2020

Instead of waking up in dorm rooms, college students are waking up at home, with online classes replacing lecture halls. Even parents are working from their homes instead of an office. Normal routines are changing, and the coronavirus impacts different age groups in different ways. The Ranson family has two...

Study Hall Versus Playing Ball: Teachers with Kids Divide Time Between School and Family

Courtesy of Ryan Bowden

AVA SAVINO, STAFF WRITER

May 18, 2020

   English teacher Lenna Bowden shares her room with her sons Taylor and Matthew. While Matthew studies on the bed behind her, Taylor frequently runs in the room for hugs. Both kids wave and greet Bowden’s class of sixth graders. This is a typical day of online school for Bowden. She manages to bala...

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