Important Message from Sister Michelle
Dr. Bouillette spoke with the students this morning and told them that she has made the exciting, yet difficult, decision to retire at the end of the academic calendar. This June 30th will be her last day.
Dr. Bouillette has served in Catholic education for 36 years; 6 ½ of them at Trinity where, she states, she “saved the best for last.” She told the students that she has loved every minute of her career in education, especially the time spent with Trinity students, and that she loves each of them.
Thank you to Dr. Bouillette. She has made a strong and positive impact on Trinity High School and it will carry on as has the work of her predecessors. She will be greatly missed, but we understand as she will be joining her husband in retirement and is looking forward to spending more time with her grandchildren, reading, and playing the piano.
WE are not skipping a beat! The awesome education that your daughter receives will continue. I ask you to keep Trinity High School in your prayers as we continue the effort in our search of a new principal to fill Dr. Bouillette’ s shoes and for Dr. B as she moves on to the next, most exciting chapter in her life!
Thank you and the blessings of the Trinity.
Michelle Germanson, O.P.