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Catholic Schools Week 2023 - Making A Difference Through Faith, Excellence and Service

Sunday, January 29 - Celebrating Your Parish

Parishes will acknowledge Catholic school employees and students during all weekend masses.
Students are encouraged to wear their school uniforms to Mass at their parishes.
If they take a picture of themselves in uniform at Mass, they can send a copy to BT Campus Ministry to earn an Out of Uniform Day!

Monday, January 30 - Celebrating Our Community

Service Project 1:  Ignite Club book collection for students at Mimosa Elementary School in Roswell, Georgia
Donation bins will be located in the front lobby and Campus Ministry.

Service Project 2:  Titans of Mercy Valentine Project for St. George Village residents - making cards and candy bags
2:45 - 3:30 p.m. in the Learning Commons, led by Mr. Connors.

Tuesday, January 31 - Celebrating Our Students

Guest Speaker during an AM Assembly

Service Project 1:  Smasherson Foundation radiation calendar assembly, card making, and bracelet making. To donate items, click here.
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in the Learning Commons, led by Mrs. Podijil.

Service Project 2:  Note writing to teachers/staff
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room 424, led by Pax Cristi and the Spanish Club.

Wednesday, February 1 - Celebrating the Nation

Students can come to school out of uniform wearing RED, WHITE and BLUE!

Service Project 1:  Donation of wrapped snacks to benefit our local First Responders & Firefighters.
Interact Club will sponsor the collection and delivery of all items.

Service Project 2:  Note writing to teachers/staff
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room 424, led by Pax Cristi and the Spanish Club.

Thursday, February 2 - Celebrating Vocations

Service Project:  Preparing care packages for seminarians of the Archdiocese of Atlanta.
Kairos leaders will coordinate all letter writing and collection of gift cards to be sent to our seminarians.

Friday, February 3 - Celebrating Faculty, Staff and Volunteers

Service Project:  Preparing sandwiches for the homeless of Atlanta.
Join Campus Ministry before school at 7:00 a.m. in the Cafeteria. To earn service hours, students must bring 1 loaf of bread, 1 package of ham and 1 package of cheese.

Saturday, February 4 - Celebrating Families

Blessed Trinity aspires to instill a heart of service in each student that will help them grow in love throughout their lives.

All students must complete a minimum of 15 hours of service each school year. We encourage students who may find it challenging to schedule service hours during the school year to complete as many hours as they can during the summer. Campus Ministry will be hosting monthly service projects that will be included in the weekly BT Happenings.

X2VOL is our software program that affords students the opportunity to take ownership for entering their service hours online. Students will use X2VOL to report summer hours as well. Therefore, the students must obtain an email address and phone number of the supervisor of the service organization because this is required in the online reporting. Students may view and sign up for service opportunities and print their service log that can be used for college applications.  

All new students will be trained during the first few weeks of school and should keep a record of their summer hours until training. Blessed Trinity campus ministry aspires to instill a heart for service to others in each student that will help them grow in love throughout their lives.

Please direct any questions or comments to Anne Birth, Director of Campus Ministry

Service Hours- 2022-2023

Please reach out to our Campus Ministry Team with any questions on Service Hours

Why we serve:

We ask our students to serve our community for 15 hours each school year, to live out the Blessed Trinity Mission Statement and transform lives in Christ."Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine,
you did for me."  - Matthew 25:40
 Information Regarding Service Hours Requirements:

  • Students are required to complete a minimum of 15 hours during each academic school year.
  • Campus Ministry will sponsor monthly service projects.
  • Students are required to track their service hours through the x2VOL website/application. 
  • Service Projects that are not entered and verified in the x2VOL website/app will not be approved.

Approved Service Projects - provided for those most vulnerable and in great need, both in and out of our community.

Non-approved Service Projects - activities that are expected of an individual or seen as a responsibility such as babysitting, cutting the grass, washing a car, household chores).

Student Service Opportunities