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Brain Vacation

ELIZABETH UGAN, NEWS AND COPY EDITOR

May 23, 2018


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   With the school year finally wrapping up and coming to an end, students are eager to begin what is sure to be a relaxing summer with as little school related work as possible. This much can be expected after nine months of new information and hard work, and it is well deserved by students and t...

From one classroom to another

From one classroom to another

HARPER WILCOX, Staff Writer

May 3, 2018


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   From teaching middle and upper school to coaching multiple sports, Honors Biology teacher and Trinity alumnus Jon Wiese accomplished a lot during his first year at Trinity.    For now, Wiese does not plan on continuing his teaching career. Rather, he’ll be switching to a new school to keep lear...

Film Fest back for another successful year

Will Langdon, NEWS EDITOR

May 3, 2018


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As the year draws to a close, students eagerly await Trinity’s annual Film Festival. A showcase for the great talent and creativity of young film enthusiasts, this event has been a great tradition at Trinity for the past 21 years. The mastermind behind Film Fest is English teacher Steve Krueger.  In his...

Della Malva: leaving the laboratory

Della Malva: leaving the laboratory

HARPER WILCOX, Staff Writer

May 3, 2018


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   As a middle school science teacher and Science Fair sponsor, Joseph Della Malva spent his time at Trinity making new memories and gaining new experiences.    “I met Mr. Arney at the State Science fair last year,” Della Malva said. “At the time, I was looking for a different school to exp...

Presley say goodby after 11 years of teaching

Presley say goodby after 11 years of teaching

HARPER WILCOX, Staff Writer

May 3, 2018


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   After 11 and a half years of teaching at Trinity, history teacher Jeremy Presley has decided to leave the school.    “[Trinity] is kind of like my home away from home,” Presley said. “In many ways, the students and faculty are like your work family.”    Over the years, Presley has advis...

Hubert heads out after a year teaching English

ZACH WATSON, STAFF WRITER

May 1, 2018


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English teacher Sarah Hubert would regularly check for Trinity teaching openings “just to see what was going on,” as she put it. Once she found out about an opening for middle school English, she pounced on the opportunity to join the school. “When I interviewed, I asked, ‘The brochure looks...

Gray graduates with the senior class

ZACH WATSON, STAFF WRITER

May 1, 2018


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Science teacher Jonathan Gray first came to Trinity in 2011, teaching science to the first members of the class of 2018. Now, as those seniors walk across the stage this June, Gray too will be moving on. Gray’s journey to Trinity started after he received a call from Kathy Pison, the Director of Curriculum...

Señora Heard bids farewell to Spanish students

Señora Heard bids farewell to Spanish students

ZACH WATSON, STAFF WRITER

May 1, 2018


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Spanish teacher Amarilys Heard will be departing after 14 years as a faculty member and mom to two alumni. A veteran of the Spanish department, Heard has taught every Spanish class offered at school with the exception of Spanish III, a role continuously taken by her friend and former coworker Nicole...

Rolek leaves behind a quarter-century of service

Rolek leaves behind a quarter-century of service

ZACH WATSON, STAFF WRITER

May 1, 2018


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Few at our school today can say that they have out-tenured former headmaster Craig Maughan, whose career spanned two decades. However, Randi Rolek, retiring after 26 years of service to the school, has been on campus since the days of former headmaster Jay St. John. Rolek’s career at Trinity started...

Living in the Now. Here. This.

Living in the Now. Here. This.

ELIZABETH UGAN, NEWS AND COPY EDITOR

May 1, 2018


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   Four friends embarking on one unconventional journey through past, present and future are stepping into a new spotlight. The Trinity production of “Now. Here. This.” marks the first time ever for both actors and author that the Off-Broadway hit was performed by high school actors. This inno...

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