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Dec
19
Mass/Giving Tree Drive
 
Dec
21
Christmas Program 6:30 pm
 
Dec
22
Noon dismissal
 
Dec
23 -03
Christmas Holidays
 
Jan
04
School Resumes
 
Jan
15
M.L. King. Jr. Holiday
 
Jan
25
CSD Religious Decathlon
 
Jan
28
HTS Open House
 
Jan
28 -03
Catholic Schools Week
 
Feb
02
Renaissance Faire
 
Feb
02
Staff In-Service Noon dismissal
 
Feb
03
Father/Daughter Dance
 
Feb
09
Staff Prof. Dev. Day No School
 
Feb
19
Presidents Day Holiday No School
 
Mar
02
End of Trimester 2
 
Mar
02
Staff In-Service Noon Dismissal
 
Mar
05 -09
Staff Apprec.
 
Mar
09
Choral Festival
 
Mar
10 -11
Stewardship Commitment Sunday
 
Mar
12 -16
Book Fair
 
Mar
13
Mass and SLE Award Assembly
 
Mar
16 -18
Religious Ed. Congress in L.A.
 
Mar
21 -22
HTS Registration
 
Mar
30
Good Friday
 
Apr
02 -06
Easter Vacation
 
Apr
10
Skate Night
 
Apr
13
Staff Prof. Dev. Day No School
 
Apr
16 -21
Missoula Theatre
 
Apr
20
Staff In-Service Noon Dismissal
 
Apr
26
Mental Math Bowl
 
May
04
Talent Show
 
May
04
Staff In-Service Noon Dismissal
 
May
08
Mothers' Day Tea
 
May
16
Music Recital
 
May
22
Student Council Installation
 
May
22
Sending Forth Mass
 
May
24
8th grade Baccalaureate and Grad.
 
May
24
2:00pm School Dismissal
 
May
28
Memorial Day No School
 
May
31
Field Day
 
Jun
01
Last Day of School 10am Dismissal
 
Jun
01
Mass and SLE Award Ceremony No EDP
 
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Library/Media Center

The Holy Trinity Library (Media Center) provides students with a wide range of books and materials. Students learn library and research skills as well as the joy of reading.

Students will be able to:

  • Experience read alouds, class discussions, and small group discussions.
    • Focus on comprehension, vocabulary, and fluency
  • Learn various library skills.
    • Use the Dewey Decimal System
    • Use computer research programs
    • Understand the organization of the library in order to find materials
      • Learn how to distinguish and understand different genres
      • Learn how to use classification systems
      • Learn how to use books for research as well as recreation
  • Learn how to access and utilize all of the library’s resources.
  • Learn how to organize, evaluate, and communicate information.
  • Participate in lessons that correlate with the classroom teachers’ academic focus
    • For example: If the 2nd grade students are learning about wildlife, the library teacher might read a short story that relates to that and have the students do a corresponding activity.
  • Participate in lessons that correlate with religious holidays
    • For example: During the Christmas season, the library teacher might read a short story about the birth of Jesus and have students do a corresponding activity.

***All of the above will vary by grade level. For example:

  • Kindergarten and 1st grade students will learn how to put books on a shelf correctly and work with alphabetical order.
  • 2nd and 3rd grade students will work with alphabetical order and the Dewey Decimal System.
  • 4th and 5th graders will work with the Dewey Decimal System as well as learn research skills and strategies.