The Hiller

Scheduling time begins again

Scheduling time begins again

Rachel Chase, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under News

Scheduling season at THS has begun again, with plenty of new choices and options. Every student received a scheduling sheet at the scheduling meeting held for their grade. Scheduling sheets will be due March 21, and students will then transfer their selections to the Skyward scheduling system. Teachers sho...

Luiselli speaks to Trinity students about the immigration crisis

Luiselli speaks to Trinity students about the immigration crisis

Maria Cimino, Co-Editor-in-Chief

March 14, 2019


Filed under News

Under the Obama administration, 2,000 migrant children from countries such as Mexico, El Salvador and Honduras were incarcerated for crossing the United States border. Since the start of the Trump administration, that number has increased to 14,000. Though there is commonly a wide variety of opinions on t...

Fab lab gets upgrades

Fab lab gets upgrades

Rachel Chase, Staff Writer

March 1, 2019


Filed under News

The THS Fab Lab soon will be receiving new machinery due to a recent grant from Local Share. Local Share uses money from casino-generated revenue and provides it to schools in educational grants. Updates will renovate the Fab Lab to make it more functional and user-friendly for both students and teachers....

Speech and debate season soars

Speech and debate season soars

Breea Gray

February 27, 2019


Filed under News

Trinity’s Speech and Debate team is a rite of passage for many students entering the high school: a place where they find the innovative and supportive environment essential to adapting to the high school community.  Here is the inside scoop on the season this year. Freshman Meghan Artuso refl...

The Candy Conundrum

The Candy Conundrum

Riley Moore, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019


Filed under News

It’s February 15, the day after Valentine’s Day, and shoppers are flooding to stores in flocks. Why? Two words, discounted candy. The holiday rush is over and now stores have to get rid of their Valentine’s Day candy. So, what’s a store to do? Sell the products at a discounted rate in order t...

Sweethearts are breaking hearts on Valentine’s Day

Sweethearts are breaking hearts on Valentine’s Day

Krista Lebar, Entertainment Editor

February 13, 2019


Filed under News

The infamous candy hearts have been around since 1866, with popular sayings such as “Tweet me,” “Text me,” “You rock,” “Love bug,” “Soulmate,” and “Me + You.” The candy hearts, also known as Sweethearts, were created by a company named Necco (New England Confectionery Company),...

College begins to creep up on high school juniors

College begins to creep up on high school juniors

Maria Cimino, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 3, 2019


Filed under News

School work, after-school activities, a social life, or maybe even an after-school job; these are all significant portions of the life of a high school junior. But there may be something that is missing from this list: applying to college. College is one of those things that many students have constantl...

HOSA takes Trinity by storm

HOSA takes Trinity by storm

Riley Moore, Staff Writer

January 16, 2019


Filed under News

Any student who attended the winter sports assembly on Friday, December 21, 2018, witnessed two of the school’s most loved teachers get pied in the face. Both Mr. Polansky and Coach Miller gladly participated in the “pie a teacher in the face” fundraiser sponsored by H.O.S.A, or the Health Occup...

Washington’s Got Talent

Washington’s Got Talent

Krista Lebar, Entertainment Editor

January 15, 2019


Filed under News

Washington’s Got Talent is hosting another talent show at the end of January. Teenagers around the county have the opportunity to show off their unique talents in front of an audience and judges in hopes to come out on top. Apart from participants competing for a grand prize, they are also helping to...

Hiller becomes a member of TASD staff

Hiller becomes a member of TASD staff

Maria Cimino, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 15, 2019


Filed under News

Trinity High School finally welcomed a new addition to our school district on December 10, in the form of a two-year-old Belgian Malinois named Hiller. Hiller has joined the Trinity community as a K-9 unit to help protect the students in all district buildings. Hiller made his first appearance at the high...

Environmental club collects makeup

Environmental club collects makeup

Maria Cimino, Co-Editor-in-Chief

December 17, 2018


Filed under News

Do you have any makeup that you no longer want or use? Does it just fill space in your makeup collection? Then donate it to help out Trinity’s Environmental Club in the first annual Makeup Drive! Donations can be in the form of any makeup products; brushes, eyeshadow palettes, and other product...

Midterms mark time of change

Midterms mark time of change

Rachel Chase, Staff Writer

December 4, 2018


Filed under News

Another year of midterm elections has passed, but this year’s midterm election left noticeable results. This year’s election saw record numbers of voters, many of which were from the younger generations. Most notably,  the House of Representatives has shifted back to being Democratic, but the Se...

The Student News Site of Trinity High School
News