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 […]
Club Invention takes the same principles as our nationally recognized Camp Invention summer program and turns it into an awesome after-school program. Your child will be immersed in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) throughout the school year, with new challenges to test his or her imagination.
Please consider helping out Bay Area Pet Adoptions with much needed supplies for this no-kill animal shelter. There is a barrel in Brumley Hall to take donations. You might also consider adopting a new best "furry" friend and giving a homeless creature a loving home. The list of needed supplies is below: [...]
Join our Head of School for the first session of his 2018 Listening Tour. This first session will focus on our After School programming. The After School programs are our traditional After Care, the Community Enrichment Classes, and our upcoming Clubs which will begin in quarter two.
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.