Holy Trinity Catholic School receives COVID-19 Response Grant

(NNDC) – Holy Trinity Catholic School receives COVID-19 Response Grant Holy Trinity Catholic School has been awarded a grant from the COVID-19 Advisory Grants Committee of the Dubois County Community Foundation for $6,200. This grant will be used to provide support for touchless equipment, specifically, contactless thermometers and water bottle station fillers. Each teacher at Holy Trinity will receive a contactless thermometer to monitor student temperatures throughout the day. Checking student temperatures is the easiest way to detect if a fever is present.  These contactless thermometers do not require physical contact, which will help in the effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Both Central and East Campus will have a water bottle station filler installed in their cafeteria. These water bottle station fillers will provide access to potable drinking water throughout the school day, while reducing water waste, filtering out contaminants, and reducing the spread of COVID-19.

On behalf of Holy Trinity Catholic School students and staff, we would like to thank the COVID-19 Advisory Grants Committee of the Dubois County Community Foundation for their support of the safety of Holy Trinity Catholic School students and staff.

About Holy Trinity Catholic School-

The Central Campus, located on the grounds of Precious Blood Parish in Jasper, provides instruction for students in three-year-old preschool through grade two.

The East Campus, housed at Holy Family Parish in Jasper, provides for the educational needs of our intermediate students in grades three through five and our middle school students in grades six through eight.

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