Last Sunday if you were fortunate enough to attend mass at St Anthony’s, you would have witnessed a very beautiful induction ceremony for Fr Lolisio. The Archbishop celebrated the ceremony and during his sermon he reminded us all that many of our priests leave their homeland to come to Australia and we are extremely blessed that they are prepared to do that for our parishes. Congratulations to Emi Mann-Rea, Jemima Mergard and Talia McKay who sang beautifully during the mass.
On Wednesday we had our ‘Meet and Greet’ evening. Parents and teachers from Trinity and Hennessy had a lovely time catching up and we welcomed several new families. We welcomed many of our ex-students back who are at Hennessy and it is great to see them making amazing academic gains. The evening was a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the start of our school year in our new outdoor space. If you were unable to attend on the evening, all notes distributed by each class teacher, were sent home yesterday. Please check your child/children’s bags if you have not already received them. A very special thank you to Hennessy for providing the BBQ and refreshments, Trinity for the cheese platters which were beautifully presented by Amy Mergard and Sammi Mann-Rae and beautiful steaks from Cooper’s Butchery. At Trinity we have an open-door policy so if you wish to speak to myself just drop in or contact the front office so a time can be arranged. If you wish to speak to your child’s teacher, please email them directly or contact the office for a time. Teachers are very generous of their time but are extremely busy before school preparing for the day and are not always available then.
Next Wednesday at 12:30 pm we will have the Induction Mass at St Mary’s Church for our Ministers and all Trinity staff. This is a wonderful opportunity to pray for our leaders and staff and wish them success in their roles for the year ahead. Following Mass there will be an afternoon tea in the Library courtyard, provided by the staff. We invite all our parents, grandparents and parishioners to the Mass and morning tea. We hope to see you all then!
The BMX track is up and running and the children are absolutely loving it! The children have rostered days on, and they are sensibly following safety and road rules. We still have 6 more bikes plus two bike stands to erect if you can spare some time, we’d love your help! It is wonderful to see the children enjoying the benefits of the fundraising efforts of the community.
This Monday, Trinity will be hosting the Western Regions Swimming carnival at the Harden Pool. We wish all students competing all the very best of luck and a very special thank you to Donna Wade our Sports coordinator, for her organisation and the many parents and staff who have offered to assist on the day. We hope you can come along and support our children and/or assist on the day.
Playgroup at Trinity will commence this Thursday, February 20 at 9:30am. Playgroup is for 0 to 5 year olds and is a wonderful opportunity to come along and meet other families and join in for music appreciation, free play, story-time and borrowing with the Principal. Please bring a plate to share for morning tea.
The next Community Council meeting will be held this Wednesday, February 19 commencing at 5:30 pm. This meeting will be an Open meeting followed by the Council meeting commencing at 6 pm. We would love you to come along and chat with us about our plans for 2020 and we would also welcome new parents on our Council. We hope to see you there!
Don’t forget to check the Trinity school calendar, Trinity website and the regular updates on Schoolzine and FaceBook.
Have a great week!
Western Region Swimming Carnival: Trinity is hosting the Western Region Swimming Carnival on Monday 17 February at the Harden Pool. Good luck to all our Trinity students competing at this carnival.
First Eucharist Preparation: The second sacramental session is on Tuesday 18 February at 6pm in the Trinity Library.
Welcome to School & Leadership Mass: On Wednesday 19 February, we are celebrating our Welcome to the new School Year Mass at 12.30pm in St Mary's Church. During the Mass the 2020 school leaders will receive their badges. We welcome parents, grandparents and special friends to join us in this celebration.
Playgroup: Will commence this Thursday, February 20 at 9:30am.
Yr 4-6 Open House Assembly: Year 4-6 are holding their assembly on Friday 21 February at 9.30am. We warmly invite parents, grandparents and our school community to come along and share in our learning successes.
Making Jesus Real – LEADERSHIP and INCLUSION
LEADERSHIP: At Trinity we encourage ‘Visible leadership to inspire positive school communities’. All Catholic schools are regularly reviewing their Mission and Vision statements, building on existing strengths, to enhance student learning and sustain the safety and wellbeing of the whole school community. As Catholic Educators, each and every day we invite students and parents to be aware of and grateful for God’s loving presence. MJR brings to life the vision and values of Christ into the nitty gritty of the whole school community’s everyday lives.
INCLUSION: All members of the school community are active participants in building a welcoming school culture that values diversity, and fosters positive, respectful relationships. MJR provides students with the skills to establish and maintain positive relationships with others. Our core hope is that all students have a sense that God is present with them always.
The Installation of Father Lolesio
Last Sunday Archbishop Christopher Prowse joined with our Parish at St. Anthony’s Church to install Fr. Lolesio Gisa as Parish Priest of Our Lady of Mercy and Sacred Heart Parishes. Our Trinity children supported the singing at this mass . Many thanks to all families and parishioners who came along to support Father Lolesio on the special occasion.
Trinity Leadership and Welcome Mass
Next Wednesday, 19th February, Trinity will celebrate our new Ministers at a special Induction Mass at 12:30pm. This will also be our ‘Welcome to the School Year’ mass. All parents and friends are welcome to join us as our Seniors make their pledges to our school community and receive their badges and we welcome all new families and friends to our Trinity community. Parents and friends are invited to afternoon tea on the Library balcony after mass.
Thought for the Week.
Wishing everyone a wonderful week.
What’s Happening in Sport at Trinity
Western Region Swimming Carnival –
Monday 17th February.
A reminder that the Western Region Swimming Carnival will be held this Monday 17th February 2020 at the Harden Swimming Pool. The carnival will commence at 9.15am sharp, with an officials meeting at 9:00am.
The pool will be open for warm ups at 8:30am.
Students attending are to wear their Trinity sports uniform and hat.
A canteen will be available on the day.
Trinity will have their own shade for our team but parents/supporters are encouraged to bring their own chairs/picnic blankets.
Western Region Participating Schools are:
St Joseph’s Adelong St Mary’s Batlow
St Joseph’s Boorowa Sacred Heart Cootamundra
St Joseph’s Grenfell St Patrick’s Gundagai
Trinity Murrumburrah St Francis Xavier Lake Cargelligo
St Anne’s Temora McAuley Tumut
St Mary’s West Wyalong St Mary’s Young
Please contact Miss Wade if you have any questions.
Thank you to all parents for volunteering to help on the day. Without your help we cannot run such carnivals/events. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Trinity Sports Co-ordinator
| Archdiocesan Cricket (Gundagai)
Friday 20 March 2020
| Archdiocesan Netball & Rugby League (Lyneham, ACT)
Friday 3 April 2020
|Trinity Cross Country||
Monday 6 April 2020
| Archdiocesan Touch Football (Lyneham ACT)
Wednesday 8 April 2020
Kinder/1: Ivy Corkhill and Avery Mann-Rae
Year 2/3: Georgia Jackson and Raph Summerfield
Year 4: Melanie Beal and Ryan Sumich
Year 5/6: Sammy Daken and Chaz Cooper
Year 4:Emerson Mann-Rea, Melanie Beal
Year 5/6:Jemima Mergard, Talia McKay
Monday 1 June - Friday 5 June
|Parent Teacher Interviews||Remotely|
|Monday 1 June||Community Council Meeting||Trinity||
|Wednesday 17 June||Trinity Open Day||Trinity||
9.30am - 11.50am
|Friday 3 July||Last day of Term 2||Trinity||
Hennessy Open Day
The Hennessy Collage Open day is on Tuesday, May 26. This is an opportunity for families to tour the College, view many displays and activities and have afternoon tea. Enrolment forms will be available on that day. More information will be sent out closer to the date.
Please do not hesitate to contact the College on 02 6382 1486 if you have any questions.
Part Time Parish Secretary
People are invited to apply for the position of Parish Secretary for Boorowa, Binalong-Galong Parishes. This is a part-time permanent position approximately 12 hours per week.
- Experience with financial & database packages.
- Strong communication and liaison skills.
- Strong organisational skills.
- Ability to work on your own, and as part of a wider team and take direction.
- Understanding and respect for the Catholic Church and its teaching.
- Experience in an office environment.
Salary will be subject to Clerk Award Level 4/5 rates. Please phone Paul Reardon on 0427 357 234 or Teena McGrath on 0437 272 000 for further information. Applications addressing the Selection Criteria to Fr James Onoja, Parish Pastor, PO Box 30, Boorowa or email: boorowa#cg.org.au to be received by 12th March.
HARDEN SOCCER CLUB REGISTRATIONS 2020
Welcome to season 2020!! Our club registrations are now open & ready to go!! Simply click on the link below & it will take you directly to our club's PlayFootball portal. Once there click on the tab "Get Started" & follow the prompts.
As in 2019 if you would like to use & redeem an Active Kids Voucher please obtain your voucher prior to starting your PlayFootball online registration.
Office of Sport Active Kids Voucher Apply Online
If you need more information or assistance please contact the Club Registrar or visit playfootball.com.au, email email@example.com or call PlayFootball Helpline on 8880 7983.