We are a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. At St. Thomas School we inspire academic excellence, personal growth, self-confidence, leadership, spirituality, strength of character, lifetime friendships and the courage to achieve.

Deborah Flamm
Principal
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Upcoming Dates

November 14 -
SCHOLA 3pm
November 15-
Early Dismissal 1:50pm
November 16 -
Art Club 3pm
Mothers' Club 7:30pm
November 17 -
Sr. Breakfast 
Begins with Mass at 8:15am
Robotics 3 pm
November 18 -
TURKEY FEST
Dinner begins at 4 pm
Festival begins at 5pm
November 20  -
Dulcimer Club 3pm
November 22-24
Thanksgiving Break
Return to school on Nov. 27
  
Note: Every THIRD WEDNESDAY is Early Dismissal 1:50 pm

8th grade STEMscopes:

As part of our "hands-on" learning approach to science, students were challenged to research the chemical formula and atomic structure for diamonds, graphite, and carbon dioxide. After writing the chemical formula, they created a drawing for each substance. Using their ingenuity, they fashioned models using various materials, and then presented those models explaining which components represented the atoms and bonds, the primary differences in composition and structure, as well as the physical properties.

St. Thomas School will notify you with a voice message or text message when it is necessary to implement a school closing or delay. Check local TV and radio announcements as well.
Service-learning provides students with opportunities to develop civic engagement skills. By working with community members, students can enhance their group, organizational and interpersonal skills. They also can gain important experience working with diverse members of their communities.
Seventh Grade Service Learning Project
 
Students from Mrs. Burkhardt's class shared an afternoon at Carmel Manor
in Ft. Thomas. Students wrote books about
themselves in which they read and shared
with the residents. The residents also then
told the students stories about their lives,
and the students added it to the books.
Residents then received the books as a
gift from the students as their
Service Learning Project.
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