Mrs. Holtz's fourth grade class hosted local senior citizens for breakfast on Friday, November 22nd. This St. Thomas tradition is a special way to honor our community. Students & parents prepare the food, decorations & entertainment, themselves!
Principal Deborah Flamm and teachers Mrs. Meyer and Miss Schnell were in Washington D.C. to receive the Blue Ribbon Award from the Department of Education. Saint Thomas School is the only private elementary school in the greater Cincinnati area to receive the award this year. Way to go Tomcats! Pictured L to R: Karly Meyer, Deborah Flamm, Kristen Schnell
Activities are in full swing here at STS. The 5th grade built snap circuits to create movement, light, and , sound in 4H club. Second Grade finished up their science lessons on plants by visiting the Fort Thomas Florist. Eighth graders pictured above, along with the seventh grade, participated in an overnight field trip at Camp Joy.
Red Ribbon Week was a great success at Saint Thomas School! It was a week full of activities. On Wednesday, October 23rd, students began Red Ribbon Week, dressed in red shirts with a prayer service in the gym. They also received a pair of red ribbon week sunglasses. On Thursday, the students "Doubled Up Against Drugs" by dressing up like another student for Twin Day! And on Friday, the students wore crazy hats.
Saint Thomas School has been named a 2019 National Blue Ribbon School and among the nation's top schools by the U.S. Department of Education. Only 50 non-public schools receive this prestigious award each year. Saint Thomas School is the only private elementary school in the greater Cincinnati area to receive the award this year. National Blue Ribbon Schools are named based on overall academic excellence or based on progress in closing the achievement gap among student subgroups."What makes this award prestigious is there are only 50 Catholic schools in the entire U.S. each year who receive the award. We are…
On Friday, September 6th, grandparents and special friends were invited to participate in Mass and a classroom tour with students. This annual event is a highlight for students as they show off their school with pride! Grandparents come from local areas as well as other cities just to participate in this special day.
Parents & Grandparents, who are VIRTUS trained, can volunteer to work in the school cafeteria and see their children at lunch. Volunteers are asked to sign up for one recurring day a month. For those that cannot commit to once a month, you can sign up to work a single day in the months that have 5 weeks. Please consider donating your time and serving our students. Volunteers are coordinated through SignUpGenius. Please sign up below.Visit SignUpGeniusYou will receive an email from [email protected] when confirmed.
Mothers' Club is excited to work with Fort Thomas Florists & Greenhouses for the Fall MumCat Fundraiser again this year! This a great way to support not only our school, but a fantastic small business in our community – and get some BEAUTIFUL mums in the process. Order Today Deadline is September 14th! Reach out to Mindy Willen [email protected] with any questions. Thanks in advance for your support! Please see the attached flyer for all the details and feel free to share with friends and family!
The school year started strong on Tuesday, August 20th, as students and parents gathered in the plaza to reunite and celebrate the start of another school year! The Mothers & Boosters Clubs served donuts, juice & coffee, while Ms. Flamm and the faculty opened the school year with prayer in the gym. Gallery