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2018 Gala Update
Invites have been sent…..please get your RSVPs in ASAP!   A special thanks to everyone who has contributed to the live and silent auction. We have a host of wonderful items this year, including a brand new Irish doodle puppy in our live auction line up! Please keep the donations coming and be sure to turn in completed donor forms to the mailbox outside Moisina’s office. Also, note the deadline for auction items has been extended to January 31st.  Please look for a parent letter to come home soon with additional details. Thanks in advance for your support!


EVERYONE! Parents, children of all ages and community members are all welcome to the STAES Enrichment programs.   Candace Silcott, Director of Enrichment, has scheduled a wide array of interesting classes.  Classes meet for one hour weekly, with two classes being offered each afternoon. Classes are scheduled at 3:30 and 4:30 pm.  Children may stay at Fun Factory until 5:30 pm.  Those children who attend an Enrichment Class for $175 will not have to pay for Fun Factory.

For more information and registration go to the ENRICHMENT PROGRAM page on this website

New Director of School is Excited About Coming School Year

Mary Latulippe, Director of School, is preparing for the coming school year this summer. She is looking forward to working with the students and parents of St. Thomas.  Her many years of working in public education brings a wealth of experience to our campus.

Ms. Latulippe encourages a team approach for educating children. She believes in incorporating  the school’s core values of compassion, character, creativity and competence in all decisions made for all students.  Monthly studies of virtues introduced in Chapel by Father Mike will be incorporated to daily academic, age appropriate lessons.

Born and raised in League City Ms. Latulippe had various roles in her thirty-two years with Clear Creek ISD. During  her brief retirement she has traveled, completed her many furniture projects, updated her home and substituted as an administrator.  She has two children, Joey and Jenna.  She is also the proud mom of her furry children, Addie (boxer) and Lady (cat).

Ms. Latulippe has an open door policy in her office and welcomes students, parents and teachers to stop by any time.