Social Justice

Giving Back to the Community 


By: Gwen (8th Grade Student)
At Holy Trinity, we are very focused on giving back to the community. As Catholics we are all called to give our time, talent, and treasure to people and charities that are in need. Each month student council collects the money from $2.00 free dress day (a day where kids can wear non-uniform clothes to school if they pay $2.00) and donates it to local charities. To add to this, every grade has a social justice project to do during the year, which has to involve serving other people in our community. This is very crucial to maintaining and setting a good example for every student at Holy Trinity.


First Grade: The Annual First Grade Pet Show
By: Jillian 8-1
On April 20th the first grade held their 32nd annual pet show. This was a wonderful opportunity for the students to share their pets with parents and peers. The animals that participated included dogs, hamsters, birds, fish, and even stuffed animals! The entire grade walked around in a parade to show off their pets to all the parents. Every student was able to present their pet to the audience, showing us tricks along with telling us about the hobbies and names of the animals. The pet show presents an opportunity as a social justice project to support Harbor Interfaith and the Harbor Animal Shelter. The annual pet show was an all around success for both the students and parents, many memories were created in the process.


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