Calling all adventure seekers in grades 3-6! Are you looking for summer enrichment activities for your child? Check out Trinity’s new Adventure Camp in a Box! Developed by Trinity faculty, this box is designed to encourage your child to read, learn survival skills and explore the great outdoors. Learn how to tie knots, build shelters, […]
Trinity School students are working on their submissions for the final cross-campus contests of the year, a contest to create the best blackout poem, all working from the same page. Not sure what blackout poetry is? Here is an example from one of the 8th graders at our sister campus in South Bend, IN! This […]
Thank you to the Class of 2020 for carrying on the beloved senior tradition of leading morning prayer in their final weeks as Trinity students, sharing what they’ve learned and experienced over the years. Seniors, thank you so much for continuing to lead your school community and bless your fellow… More
In lieu of gathering together for Spring Field Day, Trinity students participated in a Kite making contest! Congratulations to our 2020 Kite Day Winners! In order of appearance 1) Best in Show – Ellie Payne, 10th Grade for her idea and execution of “When Pigs Fly!” 2) Most Decorative – Rebekah Willard, 6th Grade 3) […]
“Beauty will save the world” – Fyodor Dostoevsky Here are five beautiful works of art finished by Trinity students during Distance Learning!
Our staff and faculty had some fun dropping off these signs at all of our Senior’s houses last week! Seniors, remember to send in a photo of you with your sign to Ms. Serdar!
Rebecca Maslow, a 2010 TSRR Alum, was recently featured in a Catholic Spirit article for her work on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out the article below. Thank you for your service and witness, Rebecca! https://thecatholicspirit.com/…/st-paul-nurse-relies-on-th…/ #tsrralumi St. Paul nurse relies on the Holy Spirit in caring for COVID-19 patients – TheCatholicSpirit.com […]
Our classrooms look a little different than they usually do! These photos coming in from distance learning make us miss our students a little extra today!
Do you ever feel inadequate to the task at hand? Maybe that’s not always such a bad thing. Here’s an encouragement about the importance of failure and inadequacy in learning from Trinity School at River Ridge alumnus, Dominic Bulger. #TSRRAlumni The Importance of Being Inadequate by Dominic Bulger “I don’t know, I guess opera’s just […]