Hello Parents,

This week will be a short week, as we have Monday off in honor of Labor Day. Picture day will be on Tuesday. Students can wear something other than their uniform, just make sure that it fits within the guild lines set by the school. Since that is our P.E. day, I encourage you to think about what your child can wear and be able to participate fully in PE (make sure they are wearing athletic shoes).
Our social studies test has been rescheduled for Wednesday 9/9/20, Tuesday will be a review day. Friday we will have a phonics (closed syllables and /j/ spelled dge, /k/ spelled ck, /ch/ spelled tch), comprehension (“Ants and Aphids Work Together”), lesson 2 spelling test, and English test (action verbs). We will not have a vocabulary test this week; we will have it next week.

Today I sent home your child’s STAR reading results and a letter explaining Accelerated Reader. Please make sure that you read both papers. You do not need to send the STAR results back into me, this is for your records. Since we are starting our AR program, be sure to read with your child as much as possible. I also sent home any work that they have done so far. I plan to send home all work and graded papers on Friday’s.

As always, if you have any questions or concerns please let me know.


Thank you and have a blessed day,

Mrs. Jaimi Boling

Hello Parents,
This week we will be beginning a more regular schedule for our class. Our assessments will usually take place on Fridays. This Friday we will have our Chapter 2 Religion assessment. I will have the students write about our Saint of the week, St. John the Baptist, for extra credit on their religion assessment. We will also have a spelling test, a vocabulary test, phonics test, comprehension test, social studies test, and an English test on common and proper nouns. You will find an attachment for our spelling words and our vocabulary words. You will also find the spelling words in your child’s planner. Every Friday the students will turn in their spelling homework and write their new spelling words in their planner. They will then have until Friday of the next week to do their spelling homework and turn it in. I will be sending out Star reading, and math results next week, along with a letter explaining the Accelerated Reader program and what is expected of your child. If you have any questions or concerns, please let me know.

Many Blessings,
Mrs. Boling



Lesson 1 Spelling Words

1. ship
2. chin
3. that
4. march
5. which
6. shed
7. with
8. shark
9. chop
10. harsh
11. shoe
12. throw

Unit 2 Vocabulary

Mrs. Susan and I send a very heart felt “Thank YOU!” for all the cards and chocolate we received for Valentine’s Day. We are very blessed to share part of our day with the Pre-Kindergarten children.  This week they learned all about the letter Vv and how Valentine’s let us share with our family and friends how much they mean to us all.

Thank you also for those who have shared some spare change to fill our “Baby Bottle for Babies”. We have next week to continue the collection to help mothers and babies in need. We have also been presented with a challenge to collect as many Box Tops for Education we can. Please cut them out of the many products which support this program.

As a reminder there is no school on Monday, February 18th as we celebrate President’s Day. Enjoy the long weekend and we look forward to seeing the children on Tuesday.

Ms. Stahmer

Hello! This link will take you to the yearbook ad information. Deadline is by December 1, 2020.

Please email me with any questions.

Yearbook Ad info 2020-2021

Mrs. Miller

Media Specialist

Posted 10/19/20




It is that time of year to pick your favorite photo of your 8th grader for the “Guess who?” yearbook page.

Do not be left out! Email me the picture by Nov. 1st.

Go ahead and check it off your to-do list before the holidays.


  • Email me back letting me know you have read this flyer.
  • Email me the picture in JPEG or TIFF format only. No pdf’s please.
  • When emailing the photo, in the subject line, write Baby with your child’s name. Ex.) Baby photo: John Smith
  • Have questions? I am here to help.




Thank you and have a blessed day!

Mrs. Miller

Yearbook Advisor






Tuesday, September 8th

Guess what? You can now order online through Lifetouch. So stay tuned!

  • All the information you need will be on the form that is sent home.
  • So be on the lookout and check those backpacks.

Posted 8/21/20


Welcome to Middle School Media Research & Technology!


My name is Mrs. Miller. I am excited to be at Blessed Trinity Catholic School. We are going to have a great year!

Key points to remember when in the Library Media Center (L.M.C.):

  • Always stay socially distanced no matter where you are in the L.M.C.
  • Use hand sanitizer upon entering and exiting the room.
  • Always wear your mask.
  • Keep your hands to yourself.
  • Stay in your assigned seat. To get a book or move around the room, you will be called when it is your turn.
  • For both classes, always enter the room through the L.M.C. entrance door.


  • You will get one grade for both Technology and Media Research.
  • Projects will be 100 points.
  • Classwork will be up to 25 points.
  • Participation will be 10 points.


  • All communication will be through Schoology.
  • Some classwork and assignments will be turned in through Schoology.
  • Please check for updates and assignment information often.


Posted 8/13/2020

Sra. Veronica Bolado

email: bolado@blessedtrinitycatholicschool.org

Bienvenidos! Welcome!

Speaking other languages gives ONLY benefits, including the skill to communicate with more people, to understand the enriching aspects of other societies, and to stay competitive in a world of globalization.

In order to enhance our foreign language program, this school year (2019-2020) we will continue with Middle School students mid-term and final exams for Spanish.

I highly recommend for all the students to practice at home and refresh vocabulary the Duolingo app (free).

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me at: bolado@blessedtrinitycatholicschool.org

Best regards,

Señora B.

K- 5th grade

Materials: red plastic folder and pencil box.

Grading Policy:

  • 30% folder completed and neat.
  • 30% class participation and homework.
  •  40% tests and quizzes.

Text Books: provided by the school.

1st and 2nd grade :”The Complete Book Of Spanish” published by Carlson -Dellosa.

3rd grade: “Discovering Languages: Spanish” published by An Amsco.

4th grade: “Spanish is Fun” published by An Amsco. Book A.

5th grade: “Spanish is Fun” published bt An Amsco. Book A. Second part.

Middle School



Physical Education & Health:  2020-2021

Mrs. McGuire

                                           Teacher Web Pages Physical Education Department


Using the recommendations from the Center for Disease Control for both youth sports and classrooms, the following guidelines have been implemented:

  1. ALL students will WEAR THEIR PE UNIFORM TO SCHOOL on their scheduled PE days.NO STUDENTS will be changing into PE uniforms at school.
  2. All PE classes will be held outside, pending weather.
  3. PE classes will be held in various locations around campus including the parking lot, basketball court, and soccer field.
  4. Masks must be worn to and from all PE classes, however, will not be worn during PE class. Masks will be placed on an assigned number.
  5. Hand sanitizer will be used prior to class and before placing masks back on at the end of class.
  6. Students will be kept 6’ apart to ensure social distancing. Students will be assigned a number, letter, and color to help with social distancing in all locations.
  7. Equipment will not be used unless a 1:1 ratio of student to equipment can be implemented.
  8. All equipment will be sanitized immediately following use.
  9. All students MUST bring a water bottle to class that is labeled with their name. Water bottles will be placed on an assigned number.


Activities such as team sports and games will not be possible due to the lack of social distancing and sharing of equipment.  However, there is still a lot that we can do to have fun!  It is up to the students to be respectful, responsible, and safe!  As students learn to move within their assigned space, we will be able to add more activities and leave our spaces……but this will take practice and time!


We are learning as we go, and I will do my very best to keep your child safe and active during this challenging time!  Physical activity is not only an important part of your child’s physical health but vital for their mental health as well.  If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.  I look forward to seeing your child and being active with our EAGLES once again!

Mrs. McGuire ~ mcguire@blessedtrinitycatholicschool.org




Media Research


Hello! This is a friendly reminder that yearbooks and ads are available for purchase online.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Posted 10/19/20


Distance Learners,

This is the link for the AR tests.


Posted 9/17/20


Tuesday, September 8th

Guess what? You can now order online through Lifetouch. So stay tuned!

  • All the information you need will be on the form that is sent home.
  • So be on the lookout and check those backpacks.

Posted 8/21/20


Welcome to the Library Media Center!

My name is Mrs. Miller. I have been a Media Specialist for 6 years. I am married with three children and have two dogs. I am excited to be at Blessed Trinity. Most of all, I am excited about getting to know all of you. We are going to have a great year reading, researching, typing, and using our technology skills.

Key Points to remember when in the Library Media Center (L.M.C.):

  • Always stay socially distanced no matter where you are in the L.M.C.
  • Use hand sanitizer upon entering and exiting the room.
  • Always wear your mask.
  • Keep your hands to yourself.
  • Stay in your assigned seat. To get a book or move around the room, you will be called when it is your turn.

Book cleaning:

  • It is important for each student to keep their checked-out books clean.
  • Before reading the book, make sure your hands have been washed or have used hand sanitizer.
  • Do not share your book with anyone else. When you are finished with your book, make sure you put it back in your backpack.
  • When the books are returned to me, I will wipe the covers down and then they will sit for a week before being placed back on the library shelves.
  • I will be doing everything possible to keep the Library Media Center clean. The effort of the student’s book care is very important.  Keeping their books clean, ultimately, helps us all.

What I expect from you:

Be Respectful. Be willing to give your best every day. Ask Questions. Be Persistent with your effort.

Definition of effort

1: conscious exertion of powerhard work

//a job requiring time and effort

“Effort.” Merriam-Webster, Merriam-Webster, www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/effort.

No matter what your current ability is, effort is what ignites that ability and turns it into accomplishment – Carol Dweck


Mrs. Miller

Media Specialist

Blessed Trinity Catholic School


Posted: 8/18/20


Mrs. Strandes

Welcome back parents and students to a new school year at B.T.C.S –

Lots of energy and creativity will be seen and felt as we reconnect, express, imagine, learn and have fun creating in the art room!

The ART ROOM will respectfully and safely adhere to CDC guidelines:

  • 6 ft. social distancing will be practiced in transition to & from class.
  • Masks are worn to, from & during art class.
  • Seating at the art table is spaced safely, 3 students per table, personal plastic partitions used for safe distancing & hygiene.  Students will have assigned seating.
  • Each student will use hand sanitizer upon arrival & dismissal of art class.
  • Art tables will be sanitized between each class visit to the art room.
  • Students will receive their own personal art supply bag, labeled & stored for each art class.


  I am Calm

I am Respectful

I am Encouraging

I am Attentive

I am Talented

I am Excited about ART!

I look forward to working and supporting your child this school year!

Mrs. Strandes