Trinity students prepare for Homecoming dance with week of activities


Photos Courtesy of Hannah Eisiminger

Senior girls on Homecoming Court prepare for the crowning of Homecoming queen the evening before the homecoming dance at the Friday night football game.

With all of the new changes in school, it is no surprise Trinity decided to have a traditional homecoming dance rather than just a standard fall formal. The last week of September is going to be filled with fun and exciting activities to kick off a celebration for the school. 

This year the homecoming dance will be held on Saturday, October 1, and will be at the high school in both the auxiliary and main gyms. The auxiliary gym is where the dance will be and in the main gym is where tables will be set up. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the dance will take place from 7-10p.m. Tickets were sold for $30 in Mrs. Frazee’s and Mrs. Thornburg’s rooms from September 21 through September 28. 

Since the dance is going to be held in the gym, heels are permitted this year. 

A pep rally was held in the high school gym during school on Thursday September, 29. During the pep rally, a performance from the Band and the Cheer team took place, captains of the fall sports spoke, a game of some sort took place, and there was the crowning of Mr. Trinity. Senior boys who were in the running for the title of Mr.Trinity were, Christian Bober, Silvio Corso, Andrew Harshman, Mason Kraeer and Stephen Moschetta. Pep rallies are a fun way to build excitement for the sports teams and show school spirit!

The week of September 26 through the 30 was spirit week. Monday was college day, Tuesday was Country vs. Country Club, Wednesday was class color wars, (Seniors were purple, Juniors were pink, Sophomores were green and Freshman were baby blue, Thursday was Blue and White day and Friday was Team Jersey day.) 

The senior boys running for Mr. Trinity found out their winner during the Homecoming Pep Rally on Thursday, September 29. Congratulations Mason Kraeer on being crowned the 2022 Mr. Trinity!

Friday, September 30, is the homecoming football game against Latrobe. The crowning of the Homecoming queen will take place during halftime of the game. The seniors on Homecoming court are, Abby Drezewski, Emma Bowman, Riley Dunn, Ava Hotrum, Emma Lorenzo, Alyssa Wells and Carys Miller. In order to show school spirit, it is always important to bring your Trinity pride to add to the high energy of the game.

“The coaches and fans will be going crazy, the stadium will be packed, and the cheering will be non-stop no matter the score,” says Senior and football captain Ty Banco. “I think everyone’s going to be going crazy. If we are winning or losing, I think the energy will definitely be there.”

Homecoming is an exciting time to celebrate the school and its past, present and future students. It shows the exciting and social environment of Trinity School District. The end of September is going to be a busy week of celebration and will highlight the students and everyone who has gone through Trinity High School. Students who need more information or have any questions can speak to Mrs.  Frazee in room 225 or Mrs. Thornburg in room 213.