Second Grade Spotlight

Ms. Clark and Ms. Bonilla Natal’s second grade classrooms can be described as sanctuaries of learning and reflection. While the changes from last year to this year are perhaps a bit more noticeable to the second graders than… Read More

First Grade Spotlight

First Grade Spotlight The first grade year at St. Thomas’s is a year in which students show a tremendous amount of academic and social growth. First-graders cherish being with their friends above all else, and teachers are focused… Read More

Kindergarten Spotlight

Kindergarten has always been and remains one of the most magical years of a student’s time at St. Thomas’s! And despite the new safety guidelines and pod style learning, the Kindergarteners have shown unyielding enthusiasm and positivity. Additionally,… Read More

A Recommitment to Our Core Values

Dear Members of the St. Thomas’s Community, Diversity, equity and social justice are long standing core values of St. Thomas’s Day School. In the past several days, the events of racial injustice and tension have left all of… Read More

Keeping the Experiences Alive in a World of Remote Learning

It goes without saying that soon-to-be-graduates all over the country are experiencing great disappointment over the cancellation of year-end capstone events due to the current world pandemic. For our own sixth-graders, the disappointment ran deep as they realized… Read More

Shaping the Future Together

March 23, 2020 Dear St. Thomas’s Day School Families, Today marks the beginning of a new journey in the life of a St. Thomas’s Day School student. No one knows precisely what the news in the coming days… Read More

Letter to Families Regarding School Closing/Coronavirus Response

Dear St. Thomas’s Day School Families,  For the health and well-being of our immediate and extended community, we have decided to close St. Thomas’s Day School after March break and move to a remote learning model effective Monday,… Read More

Andrew Erdos `97

When you ask Andrew Erdos ’97, an accomplished artist and glassblower who has had his work shown all over the world, about success and goals, he answers in a way you might not expect. Success, he suggests, is… Read More

Heads Up: Learning Comes Alive Through Integration

Have you ever taken the time to sit back and watch children play? To truly observe them, paying close attention to what they do and how they interact with each other and the world around them? The truth… Read More

Day of Giving a Great Success

The second annual Day of Giving was another huge success. While the school participates in several community service and service learning projects throughout the year, the Day of Giving has provided a platform for our students and faculty… Read More


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