Our Faith In Action
The concepts of the Church, moral development, and social justice are taught across the curriculum and through service projects. Students at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School are reminded daily of their call to live their faith through service to others by participating in grade-level and school-wide christian service projects.
Students enjoyed a faith filled week celebrating National Catholic Schools Week. The St. Vincent de Paul buckets overflowed with donations, letters were written to grandparents and loved ones, faculty and staff were appreciated, and students were celebrated.
All Faculty and Staff,
Thank you for all you do, particularly when the task of educating children has become so much more complicated than anyone could have imagined. We are grateful for you all, every minute of every day.
-The Nelson Family
Darby B. awarded 3rd place in the 7th grade category.
Luca S. awarded 2nd place in the 5th grade category.
Gia E. awarded 2nd place in the 4th grade category.
Nate awarded 4th place in the 2nd grade category.
Our family sends our heartfelt thanks to all the STA faculty and staff for all the time and effort they have put in to make our children feel loved and safe at school during this crazy school year. As parents, we are so grateful to each and every one of you and for an amazing STA community.
- The Daigle Family
All Faculty and Staff, Thank you for all you do, particularly when the task of educating children has become so much more complicated than anyone could have imagined. We are grateful for you all, every minute of every day.
-The Nelson Family
Thank you for loving our kids during these difficult times!!! Our family is so thankful for you!!!
Faculty and Staff,
Thank you for all of your effort and energy to make this school year special for each and every student. We appreciate you all so much and thank you from the bottom of our heart!
Our students are taught in both word and example to recognize the needs of others in daily interactions between all member of the school community.
Jen Watts, Principal