March 2021
Connecting alumnae and friends with the Trinity community
Trinity Spotlight
Sisters Shira '18 and Jerica '15 Tan
Jerica Tan ’15 is currently a graduate student at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine where she is working to earn a combined MD-PhD degree. She is spending her spring studying for her second-year medical school exams and volunteering in the COVID vaccination effort. This summer she will begin the Ph.D. portion of her education when she researches the effect of mitochondrial dysfunction in the brain. Her combined MD-PhD degree will allow her to accelerate the translation of medical research to the creation of treatments that benefit patients. Read More
Inside Trinity
We are so proud of how resilient, courageous, and adaptable this group of IB Dancers and Blazerette Dance Club members have been. Many of these students created and practiced their pieces entirely in their homes, up until filming day. This year’s dancers have truly been adaptable! Please click the video and enjoy Trinity's Virtual Dance Concert, Adaptations.
Alumnae & Friends Events
What’s Cooking at Trinity? In March
On March 25th, Alumnae, friends, got together for a virtual cooking class to make an Asparagus Potato soup and Caprese Grilled Cheese with Balsamic Glaze!
What's Cooking at Trinity? In April
Charcuterie Paired with
Wine & Prosecco

Thursday, April 29th at 6:00 PM

Two fabulous Alumnae, Gina Capitanini ‘76, owner of The Italian Village Restaurants, and Trisha Romano Barry ’80, Managing Director of Romano Imports, are going to discuss the history and the creation of charcuterie and how to pair it with wines and prosecco. The zoom will end with a competition of the participant’s charcuterie trays. Prizes will be awarded!!
Get your Trinity Apron!

Whether you are joining us for "What's Cooking at Trinity?" or cooking your own recipe, get your Trinity Apron to wear as you prepare your meal. Whatever you create will taste better if prepared with an official Trinity Embroidered Apron!

Aprons are $15 each and can be picked up at Trinity or shipped for $5.
Sinsinawa Mound Bread Sale

The Trinity Mothers Club is thrilled to offer delicious bread from the Sinsinawa Bakery. The most popular options are available: Sin-a-mound, cinnamon, zucchini. Remember, this bread freezes really well, so stock up! Pick up at Trinity's parking lot on Saturday, May 8, from 10:00 am-noon. We will observe all safety protocols to ensure the health and well-being of our Trinity community during pickup.
Orders are due April 16 - payment is required at the time of the order.
Alumnae & Friends Book Club
Join the Trinity High School Bar Association’s inaugural Book Club meeting on April 27th to discuss “Becoming” by Michelle Obama. The Zoom meeting, which will be hosted by Tanya Woods ’85, will begin at 7:00 p.m.
LiveStreaming Trinity Games
Watch all Basketball and Volleyball games that take place in Trinity's SMG Athletic Facility live on Trinity Athletics Youtube Channel. Subscribe to the Trinity Athletics YouTube Channel for updates or check Trinity's Athletic Website for a complete schedule.
Trinity Sustainability Workshop
April 14th, 2021 from 11am-12pm (via Zoom)

As you know, Trinity is moving forward with the EmPOWERed Campaign plans for building and construction. Working with the Wight & Co Team, our architect Leanne Meyer-Smith and LEED Fellow Lois Vitt Sale will present a Sustainability Workshop. If you have ideas for more sustainable practices at Trinity or questions for our Sustainability expert, Lois Vitt Sale, please share with us using this survey.
Campaign & Construction Update
We are delighted to share an update on two major fundraising initiatives at Trinity High School -- our EmPOWERed Campaign and our Trinity Theater Renovation Plan.

Click for issue 2 of "Campaign & Construction Updates @ THS"
Memorial / Honorarium Cards
The Trinity High School Memorial/Honorarium Program allows named individuals to be remembered in the Masses and daily prayers of the Trinity Community. The cards can be used as:
  • A Memorial of the life of someone who has passed away. (Gray Border)
  • An Honorarium for someone celebrating a significant occasion (e.g. anniversary, birthday, etc.). (Blue border)
  • The notecard can be completed and sent to the family of the deceased or sent to the person whom you are honoring. The response envelope should be completed and sent to Trinity High School.
  • Upon receipt of the envelope, we will add the person’s name to our daily prayer list. You will receive an acknowledgment of your tax-deductible donation and another Memorial or Honorarium card will be included for your future use.
Planned Giving
What's News With You?
Trinity is always interested in "What’s News" with our alumnae! If you have news you would like to share about your life or your accomplishments at work share your story in the next Link!