School Happenings

Highlights of News and Events from the Past Year at Holy Trinity School


1B Dioramas

02-08-2019School Happenings

Students in 1st grade completed an animal research report on an animal of their choice and created a diorama as part of their science unit on habitats.

Each 1st grade student had to classify the animal, sketch the animal, list the animal’s physical characteristics, and provide three interesting facts about the animal that they chose to research.

Outstanding Catholic School Student

02-08-2019School Happenings

Congratulations to 8th grader Marco Iacchetti who was recognized as Holy Trinity School’s Outstanding Catholic School Student for the Pittsburgh Catholic. Marco is a student who deserves this award for his positive attitude and kindness toward others. Marco Iacchetti enters the school every day with a huge smile on his face. His smile is contagious. Marco is a young man who really cares about others.

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Prayer Partners

02-07-2019School Happenings

As part of Catholic Schools Week, students in Kindergarten through 8th grade met with their prayer partners to make a spiritual bouquet for the parishioners of Holy Trinity Church. Each prayer partner pair made and decorated a paper flower and chose a prayer or small sacrifice that they would each do for the members of Holy Trinity church. They wrote the prayer or little sacrifice on their flower, and added it to large paper bouquet assembled by the school for display in the church narthex.

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2019 Geography Bee

02-07-2019School Happenings

Fifth through eighth grade students participated in the school level National Geographic Geobee at Holy Trinity School.

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5th Grade Biomes

01-11-2019School Happenings

The fifth grade science classes created miniature biomes with soil, moisture, plants and animals that are consistent within that ecosystem. Students chose a biome type-deciduous forest, desert, grassland, or tropical rainforest - and then researched the climate, land type, producers, primary consumers, and decomposers native to their biome.

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