Today you will receive your student’s 3 quarter progress report, which serves as a snapshot of child’s work since returning from Christmas break. It is important to note that we have only had 17 instructional days thus far, meaning every assignment, classwork or homework, had a significant impact on grades. We continue to emphasize the importance of completing nightly homework assignments, reading for upcoming tests, and reviewing spelling and vocab words every day. Parents, please make sure you are checking your student’s assignment book and challenging him/her to do more than is required. Read ten more minutes. Double check math work. Reread written assignments aloud to make sure they are correct. Use complete sentences when answering all questions. Their extra attention to detail will result in greater comprehension and, ultimately, higher grades.
Snow Day Make-up – Please mark your calendars for the following make-up days: Friday, March 28th (1:00 Dismissal) and Thursday, April 17th
Registration for 2014-2015 – Please complete your 2014-15 registration packets early. We looking forward to another great year at MHT and want to fill our classes now! Families who return their registration packets by March 1st will be entered into a drawing to win a HD TV.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Catholic Schools Week festivities: elegant lunches, student/faculty basketball, a skate party, and 100 day celebrations! It was an exciting week of faith and community.
Snow Day Make-up – Due to the recent snow days, MHT must make-up 2 days of school. Please complete the survey found in today’s folder indicating which days you would be interested in making up days. Thank you
Thank you to everyone for your ongoing commitment to establishing high standards of academic and personal excellence at Most Holy Trinity. It takes consistent and positive efforts on the part of parents, students, faculty and staff to meet and exceed the expectations. I applaud the academic growth of our students, yet am more impressed by the increase in self- discipline and accountability displayed by our young men and women. As Dr. King notes, it is our goal to foster the development of ones’ intellect and character.