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The Passing of Madeline Fernandez

Dear Parents,

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of former teacher, Madeline Fernandez. Mrs. Fernandez taught multiple grades here at Holy Trinity over the years, from 2nd to 8th grade. After her retirement she served for many years as our After-care Coordinator. She was greatly loved by all the students and their parents. Mrs. Fernandez is survived by her husband Joe, her sister, former principal Dorothy Szot, her daughters Tammy and Melissa, both Holy Trinity Alumni, as well as grandchildren, Brandon Leonard ’98, Ryan Leonard ’00, Brittany Leonard ’04, and Connor Leonard ’09. May she rest in peace and let perpetual light shine upon her.

The wake is on Thursday, November 15th at 10am at IHM in Scotch Plains. The Funeral Mass begins at 11am.

Dr. Ellis

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Congratulations to our 8th Grade Team who won first place in the Roselle Catholic Scholastic Olympics last week!  The Scholastic Olympics is an academic competition sponsored by Roselle Catholic High School for eighth grade students. A team of seventeen Holy Trinity School students competed in the 47th Annual Scholastic competition winning 1st Place for the thirteenth time among two hundred students from fourteen area schools.

Subject area winners were:

  • English:  1st Charlotte Gray, 2nd Evan Lee
  • History: 1st Michael Murphy, 2nd Madeline Ahlbeck
  • Math: Parker Smith, 2nd Kelly Troczynski
  • Religion: 3rd Maggie Murray
  • Spelling: 1st Kevin Cull, 2nd Mariana Morin
  • Current Events: 1st Michael Preite

Completing the Scholastic Team were: Art, Kandice Rodriguez-Hernandez, Sophia Salazar; Current Events, William Oliver; Religion, Phoebe Costalos; Science, Thomas Lezynski, Jack Zellner-Phelps; Forensics, Jonathan Scalia.

Thanks to all of the students for their hard work in preparing and participating in the event.


 

  HTS Volleyball Players Excel

 

The fall volleyball season wraps up this weekend with playoff games on Saturday, November 10,  at St. Agnes gym in Clark.

The JV Team, made up of 13 girls in grades 4 to 6, will play at 9am. The Varsity Team, with its 9 players in the 7th grade, will play at 3 p.m. All are welcome to cheer on the girls.

The coaches are also pleased to announce that three varsity players:  Josie Allen, Alex Brenner, and Gabby Zuretti, tried out and were offered spots on competitive local club volleyball teams.  Their success and the great strides all the players made this year in improving their game is a testament to their dedication and hard work at practice.

The co-ed winter season starts in January and registration is now open at htisnjsports.siplay.com.


  

LAST CALL: Yankee Candle Sale orders were due Friday, November 9th!!  Please help support our 8th Grade and get your holiday shopping done at the same time!  All merchandise selected will be delivered by December 10th.  The shipping on all catalog items is free.  You will pick up your order at school.  If you choose to shop online, simply go to www.yankeecandlefundraising.com and enter our group number, 99547945.  All items will be shipped directly to your house, but you will be responsible for the shipping charge.  Any questions, please contact Mary Ellen Ehrsam at meehrsam@gmail.com.  Thank you for supporting our 8th Grade and Happy Shopping!

 


 

The online school store is open from Nov 5 to Nov 18 for delivery on 12/13/18 (before Christmas). The link to order is here and is also posted on the school website.


Mrs. Grawehr Leads Her Class in Their Morning Routine

 

The Mountainside Campus has Classroom Observation Days on Monday and Tuesday, November 12 and 13th, from 9:15am to 10:45pm. Everyone is invited to attend . Please share this opportunity with family and friends!

 

 

 

 

 

 



WANTED: Parents to help organize and plan for the Children’s Retreat to be held for K-4 students during Catholic Schools Week.

SKILLS NEEDED: A desire to help bring God’s love closer to the children.  Organizational abilities and experience running activities with children a plus. Sainthood not required 🙂

COMPENSATION: a hundred fold blessings

Our first planning meeting will be Monday, November 12th at 9:15 am.  Applicants please respond to Krystyna Allen at ekallen1@verizon.net or Amy Lovato at alovato2@verizon.net.


Want to design the 2018-2019  yearbook cover? The Yearbook Naming Contest ends Nov 13.  

All student entries are due to Mrs. Gribbin by 11/13/18. Entries must be designed on 8 ½ x 11 inch paper and include the following: ”Peace” as the theme, a colored picture, object, or design,  the school’s name and year, (Holy Trinity School, 2018-2019), and the student’s name and grade on back. Questions? See Mrs. Gribbin


 

Revised Student / Family Handbook – the Student/Family Handbook has been revised and published on the school website. Please read it. 


The Westfield Municipal Alliance and Westfield High School DREAM Team have announced the 6th Annual Palooza contests in celebration of Red Ribbon Week .  The aim of Red Ribbon Week is to highlight drug prevention education & advocacy.

The Theme of this year’s contest is: Westfield, We have Better Things to do; Healthy Choices, Everyday Choices

At the Westfield Public Schools, the Art Palooza contest is for grades 1-5, the Poetry Palooza contest is for grades 6-8, (and the PSA Palooza contest is for grades 9-12.)  The deadline is November 20th.

In past years, Holy Trinity School has participated in the Palooza contest and many Holy Trinity students are past finalists.

 

 


Sports Physicals:  Basketball season is upon us at Holy Trinity!

If your child in Grades 6 – 8 is registered to participate in HTS Basketball they must have a valid sports physical on file in the nurse’s office.  This is a NJ State requirement.  Students cannot participate in practices or games if this requirement is not met.

 

Attention Pre-K Parents:  The State of NJ requires an annual flu shot for all Pre-K students up to age 59 months.  Students must receive the flu vaccine by 12/31/18 in order to continue attending HTS in January 2019.  Students who do not meet this requirement will be excluded from school until the flu shot is given.

 

Mary Kaiserman RN BSN

233-1145

mkaiserman@htisnj.com

 


Grocery Gift Cards – Don’t forget to purchase grocery gift cards for all of your Thanksgiving shopping!  Only two more weeks before the holiday! 

At the Westfield Campus, next week orders received by 2:30pm Tuesday, Nov. 13, will be filled by Thursday, as usual.  Last chance to get cards before Thanksgiving will be the week of Thanksgiving!  Orders received by 2:30pm on Monday, November 19, will be filled by Wednesday, Nov. 21.

At the Mountainside Campus, during Thanksgiving week, cards will be available for direct purchase at the Mountainside lobby on Wednesday, November 21 from 8:50am – 9:20am, as is usual on Wednesdays. (Westfield families may come too!)

Grocery gift cards make great holiday gifts too!  They are perfect for Giving Tree programs!  We have $25, $50 and $100 denomination cards for Acme, Kings, Shop Rite, Stop and Shop and Wegmans.  Forms may be found on the website.

Program balance updates were sent in mid-October.  It’s not too late to start this year!


 

DRAMA CLUB

The Little Town of Christmas

Seeking responsible 7th and 8th graders to serve as STAGE CREW for the Christmas play. Rehearsals are every afternoon from Monday, November 26th through Thursday, December 6th, at the HTS Mountainside Campus (Pollard Hall) from 3:45 to 5:45pm. Live performance dates are Friday, December 7th, at 7:30pm and Saturday, December 8th, at 1:00pm. Spots for crew will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Please email eileenmhume@gmail.com if your 7th or 8th grader is interested in joining the crew.  Spots will be confirmed as they are received.  THANK YOU!


 

 


 

From the archives: Students Made Pilgrim Hats In Preparation For The Holiday

SAVE THE DATE: Parents and grandparents are invited to join us for the Thanksgiving Prayer Service on Nov 21st at 10am.


 

WC Photo retake day moved from Nov 21 to Nov 29th.


 A Protecting God’s Children (PGC) workshop is scheduled for November 27 at HT Church at 7pm. If you are a new volunteer at Holy Trinity, please register for the workshop here. If you are a returning volunteer and it has been 5 years since you last attended a PGC workshop, please ask the office to register you for the November 27th workshop. The complete list of PGC workshops is available here.  


 The December School Mass at Westfield has been changed from Dec 7 to December 20th at 9am; Cardinal Tobin may be celebrating!

 

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Veronica Cunningham and Jackie McNulla , both HT ’13 and Mount Saint Mary Academy ‘17,  at the Air Force-Navy Game , Fall 2018.


 

Friday, Nov 2nd is an early dismissal day and a $ 1.00 Tag Day to benefit Where Angels Play Foundation in remembrance of Caitlin Nelson, a parishioner from St. Helen’s who died at age 20. Please see the attached for more information about the Where Angels Play Foundation.


Enjoy freshly made donuts by Dreyer’s Farms and fresh-pressed apple cider after school on the front lawn on Friday, November 2nd at 12:30PM (early dismissal day). The sale is hosted by the fifth-grade classes to benefit the Holy Trinity Food Pantry. All items will be $1 each. IF it is raining, the sale will take place in the gym lobby.


 

Please tell family and friends about the Mountainside Campus OPEN HOUSE- Sunday, November 4th from 10am to Noon.

 


 

Want to design the 2018-2019  yearbook cover? The Yearbook Naming Contest ends Nov 13.  

All student entries are due to Mrs. Gribbin by 11/13/18. Entries must be designed on 8 ½ x 11 inch paper and include the following: ”Peace” as the theme, a colored picture, object, or design,  the school’s name and year, (Holy Trinity School, 2018-2019), and the student’s name and grade on back. Questions? See Mrs. Gribbin


The Westfield Municipal Alliance and Westfield High School DREAM Team have announced the 6th Annual Palooza contests in celebration of Red Ribbon Week .  The aim of Red Ribbon Week is to highlight drug prevention education & advocacy.

The Theme of this year’s contest is: Westfield, We have Better Things to do; Healthy Choices, Everyday Choices

At the Westfield Public Schools, the Art Palooza contest is for grades 1-5, the Poetry Palooza contest is for grades 6-8, (and the PSA Palooza contest is for grades 9-12.)  The deadline is November 20th.

In past years, Holy Trinity School has participated in the Palooza contest and many Holy Trinity students are past finalists.

 

 


WANTED: Parents to help organize and plan for the Children’s Retreat to be held for K-4 students during Catholic Schools Week.

SKILLS NEEDED: A desire to help bring God’s love closer to the children.  Organizational abilities and experience running activities with children a plus. Sainthood not required 🙂

COMPENSATION: a hundred fold blessings

Our first planning meeting will be Monday, November 12th at 9:15 am.  Applicants please respond to Krystyna Allen at ekallen1@verizon.net or Amy Lovato at alovato2@verizon.net.


Sports Physicals:  Basketball season is upon us at Holy Trinity!

If your child in Grades 6 – 8 is registered to participate in HTS Basketball they must have a valid sports physical on file in the nurse’s office.  This is a NJ State requirement.  Students cannot participate in practices or games if this requirement is not met.

 

Attention Pre-K Parents:  The State of NJ requires an annual flu shot for all Pre-K students up to age 59 months.  Students must receive the flu vaccine by 12/31/18 in order to continue attending HTS in January 2019.  Students who do not meet this requirement will be excluded from school until the flu shot is given.

 

Mary Kaiserman RN BSN

233-1145

mkaiserman@htisnj.com


Four AFTER SCHOOL / ENRICHMENT programs are being offered at the Mountainside Campus starting on Thursday, Nov 1st. Please see the attached for more information and a registration form.

 

 

Want to be a part of the bells choir at Holy Trinity Church? The popular kids group known as the “Holy Ringers” is looking for a few more bell ringers. Open to anyone, grades 5-12. Minimal music experience necessary, if you can count and ring a bell you can be a Holy Ringer. Practices are a half hour long at Holy Trinity Church at 11:30am every Sunday.  The Holy Ringers usually play at a mass once a month and on Holidays. Any music ministry counts towards service hours for those in HS. For more information or any questions please email Patmerlucci@gmail.com.

 

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It Takes 100 People to Run the Kitchen Tour

It really does. We cannot run our biggest fund-raiser of the year without the help of our parents and middle schoolers. Please use the flier in this week’s envelope to let us know when you or your 7th or 8th grader can lend a hand helping in a tour house or stuffing gift bags. Or just email hsa@htisnj.com and tell us you’re willing to help. Remember, there is time to both work a shift  and still enjoy the tour. With your help we will have a wonderful day, welcoming hundreds of people through six amazing homes on Saturday, Oct. 13.

Tickets are available for the House tour online at Westfieldkitchentour.com, in person at Barons Drug Store , The Town Book Store, and Christoffers Flowers , at the school office, or via the attached order form.

 


 

Early Dismissal and Tag Day – Friday, September 28th

Please note that September 28th is an EARLY Half Day so that the faculty can attend the Educators Mass at the Basilica. Westfield will dismiss at Noon, Mountainside will dismiss at 11:30.

And, since charity should begin at home, our Tag Day on Friday, Sept 28th will benefit Mr. Robert Brewer, our plant manager of more than 40 years, who was seriously injured in a car accident in July. Our thoughts and prayers continue to go out to Mr. Brewer and his family. We hope he is back at work at HT in the near future. Any family that would like to make a donation beyond the $ 1 tag day requirement for Mr. Brewer,  should sent it to the office c/o Dr. Ellis.

 

 

 

 


 

LAST CALL: SNACK BREAK WITH HALF DAY HOT PRETZELS at Westfield!!! Take a break from packing a snack for your child! On the half days listed below, we will deliver a soft pretzel from the Philly Pretzel Factory and a small bottle of water to the classrooms at snack time. The cost is $3.00 per day/ $33 per school year.  The proceeds from this sale will help fund 8th Grade graduation activities. Please see the attached order form for Westfield. 


Due to Early Dismissal tomorrow, Drama Auditions for interested 4th, 5th and 6th graders for the Christmas Production are cancelled for FRIDAY and Rescheduled for Monday, October 1 from 3:15 to 4:45 in the library. Please revise the date on the information sheet you received in your Thursday Envelope. Click here for the audition form.


The children at the Mountainside Campus will be attending a Prayer Service for the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi on October 4th at 10:15 AM.  Our presider will be Father Anthony Randazzo, Pastor of Holy Trinity.  The children are invited to bring a favorite stuffed animal for a special blessing!


The HSA Meeting for October 3rd is cancelled because Back to School Night at Westfield is Thursday, October 4th.


 

The Westfield Campus Back to School Night is on Thursday, October 4,  starting in the CAFETERIA. The Activity Fair will begin at 7pm, and the HSA & Principal’s presentation will begin promptly at 7:30 followed by classroom visitation. For Back to School Night, please enter the school via Watterson Street.

Mountainside’s Back to School Night is October 11 at 7pm.


 

The Book Fair is here: Come up to the Library to shop the Scholastic Book Fair October 1 – 5 including Back to School Night! Or shop online for an even larger selection of books for everyone from September 26th – October 9th.

New this Year! Student eWallets! This digital payment option eliminates the need to send your child in with cash or checks.   Set-up your eWallets as early as September 17th or any time during the Fair by going to: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/holytrinitylibrary . All purchases benefit the Library.  Thank you for your support!

 


Volunteer in the Library: The library is looking for volunteers to help in the library.  As a volunteer you will check materials in and out for students and return items to the shelves.

The library welcomes parents’ help anytime during the week but a volunteer is specifically needed for Thursday afternoons from 1:38 to 2:21pm.

If interested volunteering Thursdays or any day, please email me at jfiedler@htisnj.com .

Thank you for your help and support of the Library!


In conjunction with the Westfield and Mountainside Fire Departments, Holy Trinity will celebrate fire prevention week on October 9th and October 12th at the Mountainside Campus and October 9th at the Westfield Campus.  Our fire departments visit Holy Trinity to teach the students about fire safety.


From the Office:

 

Picture Day – if you missed picture day at WC, retakes are scheduled for November 21st.  If you need to reach PhotoLife directly, they can be reached at 973-227-5252.

 

School Photos and Shutterfly: Picture Day was hosted by Lifetouch this week. Lifetouch, the school portrait company, was bought this year by the well-known photo company, Shutterfly. If you placed your order for photos online with Lifetouch you received a confirmation email AND a unique code in a separate email from Lifetouch for a FREE Shutterfly 8×8 photo book.

The book code, beginning with the letters LTAD, is valid until Jan 31 2019. You may only use ONE code with that starting sequence per Shutterfly account. If you have an extra code or if you don’t intend using your code please consider donating it back to the school.

The codes can be traded within Shutterfly forums for photos, posters, stickers, cards, and more. The free items will be used to support teachers, decorate noticeboards, and to promote school events.

To donate your code all you have to do is forward your email or take a screen shot and forward to Briege Lennon at blcellequi@aol.com or to office-wc@htisnj.com  

Please write Shutterfly donation on the subject line. Briege Lennon/ Gorham has offered to manage the Shutterfly deals for the school. Shutterfly is a great supporter of schools and we would like to avail of as many of their deals as possible in the current school year.


Winter dress code begins on Monday, October 15.  Please note that the winter gym uniform is the full sweat suit and gym t shirt. As the days get colder, please be aware that the only acceptable sweaters to be worn during school hours are the official school vest, sweater, or gym jacket.


 

The USED UNIFORM SALE will take place on Monday, October 15 from 2-6pm at the Westfield Campus in the Lower Level Hallway. Select from our inventory of clean “pre-owned” Holy Trinity uniforms to fill in your winter uniforms supply. This will be the only uniform sale until the spring. All proceeds support the Home & School Association. Get first dibs on the inventory by volunteering! If you can help Gina Heuck with the sale, please email her at gina.heuck@yahoo.com 


 IMPORTANT: PRESS RELEASE/ MARKETING POLICY: We at Holy Trinity School are proud of our students’ successes and embrace the idea of sharing them within our school, church and local communities. This sharing is a way of spreading the good news of HTS within our community.

As media is so fluid these days, it has become almost impossible to administer a press release policy. Therefore, we will assume we have your permission to include your child(ren)’s names (first name only),  grades and photos for the school web site, press releases, Facebook announcements, marketing materials and video productions (Drama, Christmas & spring events), as appropriate.  As always, the protection of our children is tantamount so personal information such as your home address or contact information (phone, e-email, etc.) will never be shared.

LAST CALL: If you have any concerns about this policy, please contact Dr. Ellis, or, if would like to opt-out of any or all of the above media, please contact the office before October 1st. If we do not hear from you by October 1st, we will assume we have your permission to include your family’s information.


 

  Protecting God’s Children: all school volunteers and class trip chaperones are required to complete the Protecting God’s Children program which includes attending a sexual abuse awareness workshop, completing a volunteer application and criminal background check, and signing a code of conduct/policy document. To begin the process, please go to rcan.org and register for a workshop being held throughout the Archdiocese. You will then be prompted to begin your criminal background check and read/sign the policy document. After you attend the workshop, please return the certificate of attendance to the school office. Your initial training is good for 5 years. After the 5th year, you can attend another workshop or train online, annually. (If you need retraining, please contact the school office and advise if you want to attend another workshop or train online.)  Background checks are repeated every 5 years if you are still volunteering at Holy Trinity.

All new families received information and paperwork about this program last week.  If you want to volunteer at school, please complete and return the paperwork to school along with your workshop certificate.

If you a returning family and want to volunteer, and have never completed the program, please contact the school office for the paperwork and use the link above to register for a workshop and begin the background check process.


Notes from the Nurse:

 

  • Emergency Cards: If you have not already done so, please return your child(ren’s) emergency card to the nurse’s office.  It is important that I be able to contact parents quickly in the event of an injury or illness.
  • 6th Grade Parents:  Notification for the required 6th grade immunizations went out in January, 2018.  If you have not done so, please return the documentation that your child has received the Tdap & Meningococcal vaccines to avoid school exclusion.
  • Sports Physicals: All students in grades 6, 7 & 8 who plan on participating in school sponsored athletics are required to submit  a sports physical annually.  The fall sports have started and basketball season is coming up.  In order to participate in practices or games, the complete sports physical must be on file in the nurse’s office. Coaches are notified when the completed physical is submitted.

Mary Kaiserman RN BSN, 233-1145, mkaiserman@htisnj.com

 


Home and School (HSA):

Thank you to Melissa Orzoria and the rest of the committee for a successful Movie Night!  It was a lot of fun for all who attended!

The HSA needs to make some changes to the events calendar.  Trunk or Treat and FallFest is moving from the Mountainside Campus to the Westfield Campus due to scheduling conflicts with the fields.  (The Mountainside Little League needs the field in Mountainside on October 27th to host a celebratory parade. ) Trunk or Treat will take place in the faculty parking lot and the FallFest will take place on playground near Watterson Street.  Also the HSA has decided to cancel the Sip & Shop event for Friday, November 16th.  Due to the exciting news and the renovation of the gym, the gym will be under construction and unavailable.  The committee is already planning for 2019!

The HSA is looking for chairs for the following committees.  If you are interested in chairing or co-chairing these events, please reach out to Gretchen Byrne (wbyrne@erols.com).

  • Trunk or Treat/FallFest on Saturday, October 27th at the Westfield Campus
  • Gingerbread Decorating Night on Friday, December 7th at the Westfield Campus in the Cafeteria
  • Catholic Schools Week Chair (Overall Coordinator) for the Westfield Campus

Thank you for your continued support!

Becky Klock, HSA President


 

 LAST CALL: HTS is selling the super valuable KidStuff Coupon Book, which includes a 12-month membership to the New KidStuff App! The app has local and national coupons for savings on the go…even across the country! If you use just a few coupons, the book will pay for itself! It’s a win-win! You save money and time AND you are helping us raise money for our school! Books are $25 and we earn 50% profit! You will enjoy fabulous savings from many popular vendors. Families at the WC already received their books; Mountainside families will receive theirs next week. No obligation to buy.  Please return book or money (if buying) to Amy Lovato c/o David 5M by October 1.  There will be a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prize for classes based on most books sold and individual Kids Stuff prizes based on how many you personally sell.  


 

SHOP AND SUPPORT HOLY TRINITY!  

The following are simple ways for you to shop and support  your favorite school, Holy Trinity!

Every time you shop amazonsmile, Stop&Shop, and ShopRite (especially with the holidays fast approaching,) a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Holy Trinity -no additional cost to you.

And, when you clip and submit Box Tops, our school earns cash that supports the school.


AFTER SCHOOL Activities:

  • Chess WILL happen, just not in September. Chess will take place on Thursday evenings in the cafeteria from 6:30 – 7:30pm. More information to follow.

 

  • Girl Scouts- The new Girl Scout year is starting soon. Don’t forget to re-register at gshnj.org by September 30!  If you’d like to join a troop, please contact the Holy Trinity School Consultant, Gretchen Byrne, wbyrne@erols.com, to help find the troop for your daughter’s grade. We have troops in all grades from kindergarten to 8th grade.

 

  • Robotics started in August: Tuesday evenings from 6:30-8:00pm, Saturday mornings from 8:30am-noon, and additional Friday evening practices on an as-needed basis as we get closer to competition. Please contact Erika Demetrick with questions: demetrickerika@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

  • Come Run With US! HT’s Cross Country team is looking for new members! All students in K-8 are encouraged to join the team, no experience necessary. Please see the attached for more information.

 

  • Cub Scouts Rain Gutter Regatta

    Join the Fun! Join Cub Scouts! Cub Scout Pack 73 wants you! Now is the time to join the fun and excitement of America’s foremost youth program. Designed for kids in Kindergarten through 5th grade, Cub Scouts combines outdoor activities, sports, academics, and more, in a fun and exciting program that helps families teach ideals such as honesty, good citizenship, and respect. Cub Scout Pack 73 holds pack meetings once a month at Holy Trinity School.

         Questions?  Contact Patty Del Rossi at lpdelrossi@gmail.com

 

  • Kiddies Kaleidoscope , an after school science exploration class, is being offered on Mondays from October 15- November 5th. Please see the attached for more information.

 

Community Events:

The Feast of St. Michael is being celebrated in Cranford from September 27-30th with fun for the whole family. Please see the attached for more information about this parish fair.