St. Thomas School
Newsletter
January 31, 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,  
 
Open House was a great success! Many new families entered our school and positive comments were made about our school community, especially our student tour guides. Would like to thank the Board of Education. Boosters, Mother's Club and all the school families who contributed to make this event a success. We are so blessed. If you have an "open house" yard sign, please return to the school office.
 
Catholic Schools Week has been filled with a Day of Faith; Parent, Student, Volunteer, Faculty and Staff Appreciation Days.  Each day celebrates all the blessings that have been bestowed upon our school. 
 
Catholic Schools Week this year is to Learn.Serve.Lead.Succeed.  It is a reminder to us that through our efforts to be faithful to the Gospel values that guide our school community, we are helping to share the Good News of God's love. 
  We began Catholic Schools Week on Monday morning with a prayer service in the gym and at the end of the day, with the Living Rosary.  
  Tuesday was Parent Appreciation Day.   The faculty and 8th grade students greeted our parents with a smile and a bag of cookies when dropping off their children to the school.  
 
Wednesday was Student Appreciation Day and canceled because of the weather. Parents received a notification of the rescheduled date (2-6) through an email blast.
 
Thursday, 1/31 is Community Outreach Day and the classes will make thank you cards for community members and businesses.
 
Friday, 2/1 is Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day.
  • There is an all school mass at 8:15am.
  • 12:15pm is the volleyball game between the 8th grade and the teachers.
  • Early dismissal is at 1:50pm.
School families are invited to join us for mass and to attend the volleyball game cheering on the 8th grade or teachers.

Deborah Flamm
Principal
Go Tomcats!
 
We are proud of what our students accomplished at District and eager to see what they can accomplish at Regional.  Regional will take place at Sts. Peter & Paul, 2162 California Crossroads, California, KY 41007 on Saturday, February 2nd.
If students place 1st or 2nd at Regional, they will move onto state on March 16-18th in Louisville. 
Upcoming Events:
  
Spelling Bee  (Grades 4-8),
February 6th
1:45 pm in the Activity Center
 
Early Dismissal
1:50 pm, Friday, February 1st,
Faculty/Staff Appreciation Day
 
1:50 pm, Wednesday, February 20th, 
Faculty Meeting
 
No School
- Presidents' Day, Monday, February 18th 

Mrs. Rosing's Kindergarten class is celebrating the 100th day of school on Monday, January 28th.
Lost and Found
Make sure to check out the Lost and Found. We have a box and rack that is over flowing with things. Many articles of clothing have been left in the gym during practices and tournaments.   
 

WEATHER ALERTS!
For closures and delays, information will  be sent through Sycamore Education in a 
form of a text,  or voice message.
In addition,announcements can be heard  on Channels 5, 9, 12 and 19.
 
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