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The Book Fair is coming to Trinity! 

The book fair will run from  Monday, May 16th through Friday, May 20th for in-person shopping
(students will get a chance to preview books,  so be watching for their wish list to be coming home, along with circular with small listing of books)   

For in-person shopping, please come to the Library (which is located on the same floor as the office) during any of the dates/times listed below. (Cash, credit/debit cards or checks made out to Trinity Catholic School are accepted)   

A great idea if a parent/guardian cannot make it to the book fair with the student, but you want them to purchase a book, you can set up an e-wallet with a set amount of money to spend)   Our book fair home page has a link on how to set up your e-wallet.  

Monday, May 16th 8:00 – 8:45 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Tuesday, May 17th 8:00 – 8:45 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 18th 8:00- 8:45 a.m. and  2:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 19th 8:00 – 8:45 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
(Our Arts Festival starts at 6:30 p.m., so feel free  to come and shop our Book Fair)

Friday, May 20th 8:00 – 8:45 a.m.

Families also have the option of shopping online through the Scholastic Store, where you can find books, educational products, and games.
Our online fair runs  from May 16th to May 29th. 
Online purchases over $25 will be shipped right to your house. To shop online, visit our book fair home page and then click to shop. Create an account and our school should be saved in your profile.

Feel free to email Mrs. White at with any questions/concerns

We hope to see you there!

In this school year of new life, we will be using the Saints as guides and role models to help us be more like Jesus.  There is so much we can learn from them.

We believe that if the children really knew more about them, they would see how “cool” the Saints truly are.  So, how will we do this?

On the first Monday of the month, we will introduce the Saint of the Month at our morning prayer rally.  We will talk about that Saint’s virtues and how we can be more like that Saint.

Being more like the saints will bring fresh starts, new life, and hope.  Please ask your children about the Saints each month

May Saint of the MonthSt. Isidore, the Farmer

St. Isidore was born in 1070 to a poor family near Madrid, Spain. He married Maria Torribia and they lived a life of simple Christian charity and faith, feeding anyone who was hungry and having faith that God would provide all they needed. St. Isidore worked for a wealthy farmer and could be heard praying as he worked. St. Isidore was often late to work because he would attend Mass daily before going to work. It is said that he would never fall behind in his work, despite arriving late and that angels helped him in his chores.
St. Isidore died in 1130 and was canonized in 1622.

He is the patron saint of farmers and workers. May we all strive to live a live of commitment to family, love for the land, service to the poor and deep spirituality as St. Isidore and St. Maria did.

“We thank God for our rural lives, formed still by the rhythms of nature and church. With you, help us to rejoice in the relationships with God and each other. Isidore and Maria, pray for us.”  Amen.



Tuition Assistance and Scholarship Forms

Available for Jr. Kindergarten through 6th Grades only. Pre-Kindergarten students are not eligible for tuition assistance.

If you would like to apply for financial assistance, please fill out the form below.

Please Note: FACTS Management handles our tuition agreements.  If you wish to apply for Grant and Aid, FACTS will open this process on 2/28/22.  Applicants should submit their application by 8/1/22.

Please contact FACTS Customer Care Representatives at 866-441-4637, 24/7, with any questions you may have.

FACTS Management Tuition Program

Trinity Catholic School is pleased to announce that the Diocese has secured another grant for the next school year to help families with tuition. This grant is meant to help those families with students in grades JK – 6 and who may find it difficult to afford the full tuition due to family circumstances or loss of employment. Any family in need should apply, as the amount offered is substantial. 

Application for Sustaining Hope for the Future Scholarship