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We rely on parent fundraising to support our school!  Thank you for all you do to help with this!  We have several big fundraisers this year (More details to come during Curriculum Night): 

Fundraiser Credit Towards Family Fundraising Goal Dates
30 Club Tickets 100% TBA
Otis Spunkmeyer Cookie Dough Sale 25%  TBA
Winter Fundrasier 50% TBA 

Fundraising:  All families must participate in fundraising for the school and agree to raise $400 by the end of all fundraising events.

Families who do not wish to participate in fundraising may agree to pay a buyout of $400.

Help Our School Earn FREE Equipment

With Price Chopper’s Tools for Schools program, you can earn points to help Trinity get needed equipment such as school supplies, musical instruments, and playground equipment – FREE!  Click here to sign up with your AdvantEdge Card and use Trinity’s code: 49804.


Join us for a fun Paint Night at

St. Mary’s Social Hall on September 22nd at 5:30pm!

Wilson Bickford will lead us through painting a piece titled “Hillside Farm”.

The cost is $45 and includes all of your supplies.

Call our office to reserve your spot, 315-769-5911.

To benefit Trinity Catholic School.

9/19/21 Good evening. This is Mrs. Giroux from Trinity Catholic School with some news about our week ahead. Tomorrow, which will be a day 5, we will have a Monday morning prayer service led by Ms. Augenstein’s 5th grade class. Grades 4-6 will gather in the cafeteria for the prayer service while all other grades remain in their classroom and watch on Trinity’s YouTube channel. This will alleviate overcrowding in the cafeteria and create a safer environment for our students and teachers. We will still recognize our birthdays and Disciples in Action.

This week will celebrate Wellness Week. Our cafeteria will offer some healthy snack choices on Wellness Wednesday, and on Friday we will have a Get Fit Friday event led by Mrs. Boyea. So, students may wear athletic wear on Friday. However, our jean’s day will be on Thursday because we will be attending mass on Friday.
This Thursday is our virtual curriculum night for grades JK-6. There will be a pre-recorded message from me, our PTC co-chairs, and our fundraising coordinator. The individual zoom links for classroom teachers will begin at 6:30. There will be 3 separate 20 minute times offered when you can hear about your child’s curriculum and ask the teacher some questions. Classroom teachers will send you the Zoom links.
And, this Friday we will have an opening school mass at noon at Sacred Heart led by Ms. Bombard’s 6th grade class. Grades 4-6 will attend in person, while other grades will watch the livestreamed mass. Again, students in attendance will sit together on one side of the church and will not mingle with any parishioners – who by the way, will all be masked.
That’s all the news for now. Have a wonderful week!