Tuesday November 6th is a student holiday as we are holding parent teacher conferences. Child care will be available all day with our After Care staff. 08:00am - 12:00pm $20 12:00pm - 03:30pm $20 Early/After Care $15 Of course, we will watch your children during your fifteen minute conference free of charge. [...]
At St. Thomas, we strive to meet the needs of each individual student. As a means of providing convenient services to our families, we are pleased to announce that we will have a Speech Language Pathologist available on campus Mondays and Thursdays beginning at 12:30 p.m. Leigh Matthews has over 25 years [...]
Flu season is upon us! Did you know it takes about 2 weeks for the flu vaccination to take effect? Get your shots now so that the whole family is ready. By getting a flu shot, you will significantly reduce the likelihood that you or your child will miss work/school due to [...]
St. Thomas is hosting a Days for Girls event on October 26 and 27th. While volunteers to create the kits are certainly welcome, they have a need for materials! Your donations will help make kits that will enable girls around the world to attend school each day of the month. Click here […]
St. Thomas’ annual Fall Family Festival is scheduled for Saturday, October 6. from 9am to 2pm. Join us as we celebrate fall with good food, children’s games, crafts, live music, tabletop treasures, and lots more! Register for our family fun run at On the Run on Bay Area Oct. 5th from 12pm-6pm.
If you joined us on Back to School Night then you’ve heard me discuss the analogy between parenting and gardening. The analogy comes from Dr. Alison Gopnik a psychologist whose 2017 book The Gardener and the Carpenter examines parenting through the lens of carpentry and gardening and how these two hobbies represent different philosophies on raising kids.