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Trinity High School in Whitesville – New Principal and More

 

Trinity High School in Whitesville has made several additions and changes to the faculty and staff as they prepare for the new school year.

L-R Jeremy Goebel, Brock Rydecki, Kimberly Rydecki, John Kirkpatrick, Elizabeth Brey and Ron Williams.

According to Trinity spokesperson Kimberly Rydecki, “This will be a new and exciting year as Trinity High School makes changes for a positive and productive future. The opportunities are endless at Trinity High School. Consider your possibilities and enroll today”!  Nothing like shameless promotion!

Ron Williams

The new principal for Trinity High School, as well as the Boys’ Basketball Coach. He served as the Resource Teacher for St. Mary of the Woods Grade School this past school year. He received his Masters in Physical Education from Georgetown College and his Rank I in Learning Behavior Disorders from the University of the Cumberlands. According to Ron, “being a part of the Trinity family this past year was a blessing. Everyone has been so supportive and encouraging. The thought of serving as Principal this coming year is very humbling.”

Brock Rydecki

Athletic Director, Disciplinarian, and Baseball Coach. He has a Masters in Human Development and Leadership with an emphasis in Sports Administration from Murray State University. Brock was a Murray State University Football Four Year Letterman. He served as the Administrative Intern for Murray State Department of Athletics. Brock “looks forward to the opportunity to be a part of the Trinity family and to assist in taking the athletic program and school to the next level.”

Kimberly Rydecki

She is School Counselor and Director of Marketing and Enrollment for Trinity High School and St. Mary of the Woods Grade School. She has her Specialist Degree in Education (Rank I) and her Masters in School Guidance Counseling from Murray State University. Kimberly feels “blessed to receive this opportunity and looks forward to growing with the students, family and community that encompass Trinity and St. Mary of the Woods.”

Jeremy Goebel

Theology teacher and Wresting Coach. Jeremy received his Master of Arts in Theology from Saint Meinrad School of Theology. He was previously employed at St. Wendel School in Southern Indiana. Jeremy is “humbled and excited to have the great opportunity to lead others to Christ both in and out of the classroom.”

Benjamin Morris

New Science Teacher for Trinity High School. He attained his Master of Arts in Teaching Life Science from Oakland City University. Ben previously taught at Owensboro Catholic High School. He is a graduate of Trinity High School and looks forward to “helping young people develop the knowledge and skills they need to have successful careers and to become leaders in their community.”

John Kirkpatrick

Varsity Girls Basketball Coach. He has a BS in Communication Arts from Kentucky Wesleyan College and is working toward his Master of Arts in Teaching in Special Education from the University of the Cumberlands. He previously served as the Assistant Girls Basketball Coach at Muhlenberg County High School. John looks forward to “being able to implement the Catholic faith into every aspect of his positions.”

Elizabeth Brey

She will serve as the Fastpitch Softball Coach for Trinity High School. She has her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Brescia University. Elizabeth has served as the Assistant Varsity Softball Coach at Owensboro Catholic High School. She has been a pitching instructor since 2005. She feels that she “has a calling to take this position and is excited about taking the Trinity Softball players to the next level.”

Trinity High School is an interparochial school for children of the Whitesville and Knottsville areas in East Daviess County.  Over the past five years, Trinity boasts a 99.8 percent graduation rate.  If you would like to enroll or seek more information about Trinity schools, contact Kimberly Rydecki at kimberly.rydecki@trinityhs.com or (270) 233-5184.

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