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Surveys taken of senior students on if they invest in cryptocurrency and how long they have been invested.

Trinity on the Future of Cryptocurrency


   Recently, the NBA team the Sacramento Kings made news when they offered to pay player salaries in bitcoin. News like this has legitimized bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as perhaps something more...

Skylight Announcement

May 20, 2021

   Trinity’s student-run creative writing publication is available in print. This issue of Skylight was written last year and features pieces from the graduating class of 2020 as well as current students....

Field Trips Adapt to Fit New Protocols

Cate Williams, Staff Writer May 14, 2021

This year, standard field trips that took place during passed years underwent massive change to insure the health of each student. Although different from tradition, each grade was still able to have a...

From Left to Right: Authors Chrissy Kolaya, Rochelle Hurt, and Jasmin Morrell. These authors were invited by Ms. Farmer to speak with students and introduce them to different styles of writing.

Students Ignite Creative Thinking through Visiting Writer’s Workshops

Maneesh Rajulapati, Online Editor May 7, 2021

   To celebrate National Poetry Month, English and Creative Writing teacher Melanie Farmer hosted the Visiting Writers series in April. The series featured workshops with nationally acclaimed writers...

After teaching for 26 years, science teacher Bill Personette is leaving at the end of this school year.

Veteran Science Teacher Leaves Trinity

Alec Diaz, STAFF WRITER May 5, 2021

   Science teacher Dr. Bill Personette is leaving Trinity after 26 years.     While most know Personette as a chemistry teacher, he also taught several sections of algebra his first year.      ...

World language teacher Lin Huang teaches junior Isabella Tabbenor, who took Chinese this year when it was first introduced into the language curriculum. Chinese course offerings will be expanded for the 2021-2022 school year.

Chinese Class Offerings Expanded

Ethan Taylor, Intro Writer May 5, 2021

As of 2021, Chinese classes will be offered from grades 8-12 as an elective or a core language class. After adding Chinese I and II class this past year, the department is now extending those courses to...

Father Towers giving the Homily at Chapel.

School Chaplain Moving on after Two Years of Service

Aksel Williams, Intro Writer May 5, 2021

Chaplain Reverend Richard Towers is leaving his position at the end of this year to be the Curator for Spirituality at All Saints Day School in Carmel, California. Two years ago, Towers came to Trinity...

Senora Nicole Garcia stands with several members of her senior advisory.
From left to right, Sidney Seybold, Alexis Roberts, Senora Garcia, Ryan Zehnder, and Matt Corddry.

Senora Garcia seeks new career opportunities

Avery Russell, Intro Writer May 3, 2021

World language teacher Nicole Garcia will be leaving at the end of this year. Since 2012, Garcia has taught multiple levels of Spanish, ranging from Spanish 2 to Spanish 4. She has also been a large asset...

Student volunteer writes letter to the elderly for virtual community service.

Community Service Locked Out

Volunteers struggle as facilities close to outside visitors.
Skye Johannsen- Williams, Intro Writer April 30, 2021

Eighth grade Builder’s Club president Zara Kalmanson has been attempting to obtain as many hours of community service as possible. Last year she achieved this goal, with over 80 hours of community service....

World Language teacher Courtney Zsitek signs to a student about the differences between being deaf and hard of hearing.

Language Offerings Expand with Greek, ASL

Victoria Berube, Intro Writer April 30, 2021

World language offerings are expanding, beginning this summer with American Sign Language (ASL) and then next school year with a full-length Greek course. Although neither course counts toward the language...

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