A Memorable 2021 Spring Spirit Week!
What a fun week at Trinity! A huge Blazer thank you to Trinity’s Executive Council and Trinity’s Vice President of Student Life, Mrs. Bedell, for all they did to create such a memorable and fun #SpringSpiritWeek2021. We look forward to more traditions returning to Trinity as more tiers begin to open.
"OFF LIMITS" Production
April 24th & 25th
Shows times: 12:00 PM, 3:00 PM, and 6:00 PM Trinity Outdoor Campus, located outside the SMG (Rain Contingent Location Available)

From Chicago to Legally Blonde, to A Chorus Line and Wicked, join us as 40 Trinity students put their spin on some of the gems of the musical theater world. This event will be done in the Ravinia style- bring your lawn chairs, blankets, & picnic and enjoy family and friends in a fun, outdoor, environment following all covid-safe protocols. There will be water, masks, and chairs available for rent, but definitely feel free to bring your own goodies, meals, and beverages. These are donation-only performances.
IB Testing Information
Class of 2021 Events Information
Click the link below for information that was sent to Trinity's Class of 2021 families on Thursday regarding graduation events.
International Relations Cookbook
Trinity's International Club is selling the first-ever cookbook that includes recipes from Trinity's faculty/staff/students. These are all original recipes that were curated from dozens of submissions! Proceeds go to "The Pad Project."
Attention Blazer Sports Fans! Order your Trinity High School Letterman Jacket now. All orders must be turned in with completed payments by April 26th! There is a size medium jacket available for sizing in the Athletics Office. Any questions about the letterman jackets, please contact Athletic Director Ken Trendel at ktrendel@trinityhs.org.

Lunch Orders - Week of 4.26
Click here for the Ordering Information Flyer from Marla's Lunch! - Due by noon April 19

When placing an order, you will need to visit this site and create an account.
River Forest Safety Meeting
Join the River Forest community virtually for a quarterly Public Safety Meeting - April 28 from 6-7:30 PM.
Trinity Events
Mothers Club YOGA Class
Tuesday, April 20, 2021 from 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

This slow flow yoga class will get you moving through poses that help to build energy and stretch out the body. We will connect to our breath and body and allow that to guide the movement.

Mothers and daughters are welcome to join!
Trinity Magic Raffle
Trinity Magic Raffle tickets are due April 23.
Attached is a letter explaining the Raffle.
This is an excellent opportunity for Blazers to be philanthropists! Students must sell $175 by 4/23 or families will receive a notice for the amount due. Trinity has faculty, staff, administration, and alumnae willing to buy tickets. Please have your Blazer contact Mary Beth Lavezzorio in the Advancement Office with any questions at mblavezzorio@trinityhs.org.

Join the Book Discussion

Tuesday, April 27th at 7:00 PM
Join the Trinity High School Bar Association’s inaugural Book Club meeting on April 27th to discuss “Becoming” by Michelle Obama. The Zoom meeting will be hosted by Tanya Woods ’85. Zoom link will be sent on Monday, April 25th.
Alumnae & Friends
What's Cooking at Trinity?
Thursday, April 29th, 2021 at 6:00 PM

Two fabulous Trinity Alumnae are going to discuss the history and the creation of charcuterie and how to pair it with wines and prosecco.
#FutureBlazer Summer Experiences Now Open!
#FutureBlazer Summer Camps and Workshops Registration is now open! This summer Trinity will be hosting camps for rising kindergarten through 6th-grade girls as well as workshops for rising 7th and 8th-grade girls and current Blazers!
ICYMI (In case you missed it ... info from previous newsletters)
PLEASE NOTE: We will archive important information from previous newsletters in this section. Due to the amount of information, you may need to click the words on the bottom left, "View Entire Message." you can also find past newsletters on our website under "Parents."
Block 3 grades: updated on Plus Portals 
Please log into Plus Portals to see your daughter's academic accomplishments from block 3. 

Coming April 19: Lunch Detention for students who arrive tardy to school 
As we head into the final block of the 2020-21 school year we are settling back into our routines. We are proud of our Blazers who have stepped up to the challenge of coming to school in their full uniform. 

Beginning on Monday, April 19 we are going to stress punctuality for our Blazers each and every morning. Please note that on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, Blazers are to arrive at school, and complete their Appian and temperature scan by 8:10 AM at the latest. First period begins at 8:15 AM. Any student who arrives at school after 8:15 AM will receive a Lunch Detention. The students will serve the detention during their Lunch Circle time. Please make sure that your daughter arrives punctually each day. 
Summer School Opportunities
Following is information about the two elective courses that we will be offering as summer courses.
Registration Deposit and Tuition Contract

Registration deposit and tuition contracts for the 2021-2022 school year are due. Please click here to complete the tuition contract and make the registration deposit. If you have any questions, please contact the Business Office.
College Planning Information
The Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation is seeking applicants for the Laura Southwick, A&D Hewitt, and Baldoceda Memorial Scholarships for summer enrichment grant opportunities 

The Laura Southwick Fund provides $500 - $1,000 awards to encourage young people (freshmen, sophomores, or juniors) between the ages of 14-17 to begin discovering their own style and start shaping their creative aspirations in the fine and applied arts.  

The A&D Hewitt Scholarship is in memory of brothers Abel and Don Hewitt, who believed that you inspire others when you are your most authentic self. The purpose of this fund is to encourage and enable students to explore possibilities in new and varied areas of interests, expanded cultural experiences, leadership training, and new skills development. The grant awards are between $250 and $500 and will be awarded to support creative/development interests, academic, STEM, enrichment or internship opportunities.  

The Baldoceda Memorial Music enrichment grant is a $1,000 grant that can be used for programs, materials, equipment, or instruction that furthers the applicant's musical goals. Anyone between 14-25 years of age interested in music is eligible to apply.

Trinity HS students are eligible to apply with the attached applications, or they may also be found on our website by linking HERE
Uniform Violation Detention
REMINDER: All students are expected to be in full Trinity Uniform. (See pages 11 & 12 of the student handbook.) If a student is out of uniform at any point during the school day, she will be assigned a Uniform Violation Detention. The detentions will be served during Lunch Circle. These expectations have been communicated to students. Please help support your Blazer in respect.
Campaign and 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 here for issue 3 of "Campaign & Construction Updates @ THS"
Virtual Chapel Prayer Book