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Are you interested in making an impact on your school community? If you want to further develop your leadership qualities while making a difference in your school, then ASB might be the class for you. Full of positions, ASB has a spot for every leadership style, whether you prefer to be an outgoing motivator or a silent contributor. ASB students work together on extensive projects that impact the student body each day! Accepting to new ideas and diversity, ASB frequently looks for fresh faces and positive role models.
So if you want to be a school leader, help our community, and impact the lives of others, then join ASB when picking your class schedule next year. Once you have expressed your interest, you will have to fill out an application; some positions are appointed and others are elected by your fellow student body. Take this part seriously as ASB is only looking for those that want to be there.
Good luck on your future classes, as we hope to see you in ASB next year!
On November 14th, there will be a blood drive through Blood Source from 9-2pm. One donation of blood has the potential to save up to 3 people, and while the impact is huge, very few people actually donate. Permitted they meet the basic requirements, everyone above 16, with parental consent, can donate. Sign up in the Trinity High counseling center to pick a time slot and find out more information.
Tourney Week 2017
by Allie Dunham
Symbolizing the end to the semester, Tourney Week is always a highly anticipated event for students and staff. It’s a chance for Trinity students to network with visiting teams, show pride, and support the clubs. The week was filled with dress up days, games, and holiday festivities. Some traditions never die, which is why ASB agreed the importance of having classic dress up days such as Ugly Sweater and Elf vs Reindeer, but adding to variance with Blackout vs Whiteout and Sports Jersey. Each day ASB lead the school through lunch time games, that many students from all around the school participated in.
At the end of the week, each activity points straight towards the Holiday Classic, Trinity’s basketball tournament. Teams from the basketball division visit the school for three days, being housed in local students homes. The teams are invited to join in the rally and come to the school dance; while Trinity is able to demonstrate their hospitality and spirit.
The rally featured diversity, as two students from each club and class performed a dance all in the name of winning the title of Tourney Queen and Captain Candy Cane. Within the rally also came the dunk contest and 3-point shoot featuring only tournament participants. That night after one of the big games, was the annual Tourney Dance.
Overall the week was a great success as ASB received a multitude of compliments on the rally, spirit, and decorations. Students from other schools even made a point to talk to Trinity students about their favorite parts of the tournament. The following week when returning to school, ASB felt a strong sense of accomplishment mixed with excitement to begin planning the next big activity, Spring Week!
by Allie Dunham
Walking onto campus seemed like an endless dream, with an array of colors on every tree top, to the plush pajamas wrapped around each student. Each day was more profound than the other, building up to the expectations of a perfect homecoming.
From the basics of dress up days to royalty, homecoming did not disappoint! Each day was filled with action packed games and dress up themes that corresponded with this year’s overall theme; Once Upon A Time. As usual, the ASB team worked vigorously making the entire week about the students and community. This was ASB’s second year as a class, and the comparison from previous years was unbelievable.
The feedback from all involved was both uplifting and promising. “It felt like the spirit of homecoming was rejuvenated this year.” said Steven Camera (Senior). As a class, ASB received some constructive criticism, which was deeply taken into account for future planning.
Although the week flew by seamlessly, the rally had a few minor bumps. While the games were entertaining, they weren’t fully thought through. However, the student involvement and adrenaline buildup counteracted any downs there were. Overall, Homecoming 2017 is one for the books!
Homecoming 2016 was an overall success! This year was presented with many exciting changes from the beginning. Together, ASB was determined to make this year’s homecoming one to remember. Based upon the feedback from the staff and students of THS, we achieved our goal. Everyone had something positive to say about the homecoming week. We did our best to put effort, time, and commitment into everything that homecoming week consisted of and it definitely payed off!
Now that we have a class set aside for ASB as a whole, we can dedicate ourselves to the school and ways to better it. As a whole, ASB is super happy to hear the positive feedback from everyone and we hope you are all excited for the next big event in the school: Tourney Week!!
We promise to bring our A game and make Tourney Week just as awesome as Homecoming, if not better!
Lunch time activity: Face painting at lunch Photo by: Stephanie Smith
Looks like they have a major case of SENIORitis!
Photo by: Stephanie Smith
Entrance into the Homecoming Rally
Photo by: Stephanie Smith