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Service Opportunities

We have so much to be grate-"fall" for! Are you interested in helping make Holy Trinity School a little more festive during the month of November? Check out our SignUpGenius, and let your creativity shine! This is a great service hour opportunity!

Volunteers Needed for Afternoon Carline Pickups

If you are looking for ways to fulfill your family volunteer hours, our staff could use some extra help at the carline pickups in the afternoon. Thank you, Mr. Favel, Mr. Funk, Mr. Garcia, Mr. Jacques, Mrs. Noble, Mrs. Paterson, and Mrs. Vickery, for volunteering your time to help our HT staff in making our afternoon pickups safe and efficient for all of our students and families. If you are able and interested in volunteering this October, please sign-up.

Halloween Celebration

We will be celebrating Halloween on Wednesday, October 28. Students may wear their Halloween costumes to school with appropriate school athletics shoes. We will only allow students to wear COVID-19 masks with Halloween costumes. We ask for no Halloween mask coverings, no make up, and no scary costumes. Preschool will join the parade set to take place at 8:05 a.m. sharp! Preschool students are to have their regular clothes under their costume to facilitate changing after the parade.

Picture Day

Picture Day is on Thursday, October 29. Pictures With Class will provide this year's photography, and all pictures will be outside in tents. Students may wear white or green polos or blue for junior high. Sweaters/vests are optional for picture day. We ask our distance learners to please plan on stopping by for picture taking. Please call the office for details.

COVID-19 Daily Screening Procedure

Monday, September 21, 2020, we are launching a new COVID-19 screening procedure. This is a form that you will find on our COVID-19 Daily Screening Procedure page. We ask that everyone who steps foot on our campus answer this questionnaire, submit it, and show the verification of completion to the Holy Trinity School staff member conducting the temperature check prior to admittance on campus. Thank you for your continued support and cooperation in keeping our Holy Trinity School students, teachers, staff, and family safe and healthy during this unprecedented time. We are all in this together!

Half Day Wednesdays

Wednesday, October 7, 2020, is our first half day Wednesday. In order to provide our teachers adequate time and support to plan a “hyflex” instructional model of learning during this unprecedented time, all Wednesdays for the remainder of the school year will be an early dismissal day at noon. If you are a working parent unable to pick up your child at noon and need childcare on those Wednesdays, extended care will be available to you free of charge. Charges for extended care will not apply until after 3:00 p.m. and childcare services will remain open until 6:00 p.m. Please see our September 18, 2020, COVID-19 safe reopening update for complete details.

COVID-19 Symptoms

When students exhibit the onset of any of the symptoms listed on the fever/COVID-19 symptoms decision tree, they must stay home for 10 days and follow the guidance from the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency and the San Diego County Office of Education. Please see below for more information.

Sports Update

As things continue to get back to normal we will have more information as to what our sports seasons will look like. We will adapt to any new protocols or regulations set forth by the Diocese and our local and state governments concerning mask wearing, social distancing, crowd sizes, or any other regulation in place concerning youth sports.

We will plan to start our sports seasons in January 2021. We would have to shorten the seasons to five games with playoffs in the sixth week. This will give the kids the opportunity to play all three sports. Look for updates in the parent newsletter and the Catholic Sports League of San Diego website.

New Absence Policy

There is a new absence policy from the San Diego Health Department. If your child stays home due to illness, regardless of symptoms, they will be required to stay home for ten days. If a child is sent home from school not feeling well, the child will be required to stay home for ten days.

During this time, if able, the child can participate in distance learning. If they are not logged in and on Zoom, visible to the teacher from 7:50 a.m. to 2:45 p.m., we will mark them absent.

Parents, whether it be distance or on-campus learning, please give it a month trial basis and then re-visit your options. If after a month’s time, you wish to make a change, i.e. distance learning to on-campus or on-campus to distance learning, you may do so.

Please continue to remain in constant communication with your child’s teacher as we partner in the well-being and success of all.

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