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Some yearbook news from Mrs. O’Keefe.

Yearbooks are here! They have been delivered to the student members of the Yearbook Club first. Pre-ordered yearbooks can be picked up in the Trinity parking lot on Monday, June 1st from 3 – 5 pm or you will receive them with your report card and any other last minute items the teachers may have for their students. Extra yearbooks are also available for $24 each on a first come basis, as there is a limited amount. Thank you for the hard work of the yearbook staff especially as they had to finish working on this at home in addition to their regular classwork. Thank you to Jordan DuBray, Chase Cameron, Mackenzie Oldenburgh, Carson Roberts, Hailey Boulais, Christopher Boyea, Lillian Fregoe, Andrew David, Kate Finnegan, Sadie Fent, Jocelyn White & Emme Delisle for all of your hard work and dedication in creating this beautiful keepsake for all of your schoolmates.

If you have any questions please contact Mrs. O’Keefe at tokeefe@trinitycatholicschool.net.

 
 
Governor Cuomo announced earlier that school buildings will remain closed for the remainder of the school year. Please click here to read the message from Pat Brady, Massena Central’s superintendent.
 
 
 
 

 

Click Here to see some pictures and videos submitted from families during our Remote learning.


If you are in need of technical support during our remote learning, please e-mail us at tech.help@trinitycatholicschool.net.


 Roaring 20’s  Gala

It is with a heavy heart that Trinity Catholic School’s Roaring 20’s Gala, rescheduled to be held June 6th, has been cancelled.  We know that many were looking forward to this event, as much as we were. However, with the ever changing plans and restrictions, our first priority is to make sure the members in our community stay safe and healthy.  We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause. We do plan on keeping the same theme next year.  We would like to thank all our sponsors and everyone who worked tireless to get this event in order. We look forward to being able to celebrate together at this event next year.


Mrs. Behrens, our family support coordinator, would like to share a resource for families during this time.

Here’s how parents can help kids cope healthily by modeling calm.

Visit our comprehensive coronavirus resource page: https://childmind.org/coronavirus


 

Starting next Monday, April 20th, meal distribution will be reduced to one day per week. Meals will be available on Mondays.

As the situation with COVID-19 evolves and directives change at the State level, our plans must adapt too. To that end, The Massena Central School district will be altering its schedule for the distribution of free breakfast and lunch to all children under 18.

Pick-up Locations:
Massena High School Parking Lot                            The Community Center
61 Beach Street, Massena                                     84 Nightengale Ave, Massena

Jefferson Elementary School Parking Lot                      Louisville Arena
75 Bailey Road, Massena                                                     44 Arena Drive

Norfolk Fire Station Parking Lot
State Highway 420 / 1 Furnace Drive


A Prayer from the Bishop Terry Lavalley.

For families that need to utilize breakfast and lunch. If any family is having difficulties getting to any of these locations please e-mail Mrs. Behrens at kbehrens@rcdony.org, Mrs. Giroux at principal@trinitycatholicschool.net, or Mrs. Baillargeon at advancement@trinitycatholicschool.net.


Here are some helpful links that your children can use.

Helpful websites:

 

A message from Citizen Advocates in Massena: The Massena Office remains open at this time. Walk-in office hours Monday- Wednesday 8:00- 3:00 and their 24/7 crisis number is 518-483-3261.

Another office number is 315-764-8076

CitizenAdvocates will be implementing telemental health soon, where sessions can be done via video and/or telephone as well.