St. Thomas School
April 10, 2019
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Fostering Faith - Inspiring Excellence - Cultivating Leaders
Top   Saint Thomas School Mission Statement

Saint Thomas School partners with the family and community to live the Gospel message of Jesus Christ by educating each child using Christian values, superior academics, and loving discipline in a Catholic community.

St Thomas School is a 2006 National Blue Ribbon School
Blue Ribbon Seal
Dear St. Thomas Families,
St. Thomas students on the 6th week of Lent , will lead the "generous" practice on our way to the cross. Share your time and self to praise and help others. Make someone smile this week as you lead others closer to the cross and Jesus!
School Stations of the Cross
During the season of Lent, the school will be praying the Stations of the Cross.  All are welcome to pray with us. 

 April 17 - Grade 8
 Living Stations 
 (early dismissal at 1:50)
Campbell County Conservation District Annual Education Awards Dinner on Thursday, April 11, will present awards to Maura Eckerle (8th grade for written essay), Maliya Daniels (2nd grade for art), Kaylie Scales (5th grade for art) and teachers Ms. Burkhart, Mr. Schmidt and Mrs. Myers. Congratulations Tomcats and Faculty!
Extra Pledge Sheets for the Walkathon have been sent home in the Wednesday folder. The pledge sheets provide the opportunity for your child(ren) to get more involved in collecting donations by walking around their neighborhood or going directly to their family and friends.  Please email the Walkathon team at  if you have any questions.
St. Thomas School is completing the final step of their five year accreditation process. Tomorrow, April 11, there will be three site administrators (Diocese of Covington Principals) who will visit and review our supporting documentation standards set by The Kentucky Non-Public Schools Commission. The faculty/staff and BOCE have spent countless hours in preparing for this visit.
St. Thomas Student Council sponsored a competitive "shoot out" for the students on Friday, April 5th won a sports snack basket.  The winners are:
Jr High winners  - 3 point shot contest - Caleb Eaglin with 14 shots and Reilly McMahon with 7shots
Intermediate winners  - free throw contest - Audrina Trauth 7 shots and Owen Kennedy 12 shots
Primary winners - shooting contest - Ty Fennell 24 shots and Ellie Griffith 16 shots

Congratulations Tomcats!

Front row (L to R):  Ty Fennel and Ellie Griffith  Back row (L to R):  Owen Kennedy, Reilly McMahon, Caleb Eaglin and Audrina Trauth
Upcoming Dates to Remember:
April 11, 2019
Accreditation Site Visit
April 17, 2019
1:50pm Early Dismissal
April 18 - 19, 2019
No School - Holy Week
April 22-26, 2019
No School - Easter Break
April 29, 2019
Classes resume
Get your tickets now for the Spring Fling!   All are invited to the Spring Fling on Saturday, May 18 from 7-12 PM in the school cafeteria.  Last year this event was an absolute blast and raised thousands of dollars for our school, and this year's event is shaping up to be even bigger and better than last!  Tickets are available online at .  Be sure to purchase yours before April 17th  to get early bird prices.  Take a chance and roll the dice on an unforgettable night!
Laffalot Summer Camp - From April 5-15, Laffalot will be offering a $10 discount to registrants who use code APRIL10FOR10 when they register online at .
Have a blessed week.
Deborah Flamm
2019-2020 Registration

Don't forget that now is the time to register your child(ren) to reserve their spot for the 2019-2020 school year. 

The registration form can be located on the school website:   or  by calling the school office at 
St. John's Passion Play will begin on April 6th. "The Passion makes every effort to add authenticity so as to create a greater spiritual impact, according to the Scripture of John 3:16."  For reservations or more information, call 859-392-0129 or visit their website for the performance dates and times at    A great production.
St. Thomas school receives additional funds through the collection of Box Tops, and Kroger Awards Program. Please remember the Kroger Award Program must be renewed on an annual basis. Thank you for supporting the  school.
Student Council Important Dates to Remember !
Friday, April 12 th  Pizza Kit Pickup in the Cafeteria after school
Friday, May 3rd  Student Council Dance Grades 5-8
Lost and Found
Make sure to check out the Lost and Found. We have a box and rack that is over flowing with clothing.  Many articles of clothing have been left in the gym during practices and/or tournaments.


St. Thomas School is partnering with Bright SchoolKitz® to provide supply kits customized to your teacher's supply list. Order now at and eliminate the back-to-school shopping hassle. Free up your summer and enjoy it! Kits are filled with brand names (Crayola, Elmer's, etc.) and quality products that are competitively priced with local and large retailers. The supplies are delivered directly to St. Thomas School prior to the start of the school year.

This optional service helps our school earns $5 per kit to fund school projects via the Mother's Club. Bright SchoolKitz® offers a discount of $5 for each kit purchased by May 29th. Hurry because kits are only available until July 18th.
Look for additional information in the Wednesday folder, or view and order online at

Questions? Contact or 1-844-937-5489; or Katie Dalton at or 513-519-6705.
Easter Egg Tag, Easter Egg Hunt,
and Balancing Easter Egg Run
How much FUN can you have in Gym!

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