"Local Educator Talks Screen Time: 3 Habits for a Healthier Family"
The payoff STEM programs provide to students and larger society as a whole, is well worth the investment.
STS is once again in the news for our innovative use of technology to enhance student learning.
St. Thomas School's class of 2016 celebrated graduation on Thursday, June 16. As is tradition, the graduates themselves – rather than visiting guest speakers – took center stage as each delivered a personal reflection on their STS journey before being commended by Head of School Kirk Wheeler.
St. Thomas School was honored to host Sagala Ratnayaka, Chief of Staff to the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, last week.
Nao himself was present to raise a toast to the auction Co-Chairs. Thanks to their dedication, and that of their committee, the auction was a huge success, raising funds for the operating budget, and to upgrade technology in the Commons, classrooms, and to enhance our robotics program.
Head of School Kirk Wheeler introduced the school's 2015-2020 Strategic Plan at last night's Annual Meeting. Among its bold initiatives are the establishment of the Center for Personalized Learning and the Center for Leadership and Innovation.
Natural Inclinations: Students Collaborate with Artists-in-Residence at STS
The "edge" symbolizes the balance of having one foot well-grounded in current knowledge or understanding, while the other foot is well-positioned to take a risk, challenge an assumption, and try something new.
Service learning is more than volunteerism. Students work closely with their teachers at St. Thomas School to develop service learning activities that integrate meaningful community service with instruction and reflection to enrich the learning experience.
These are the people who will shape and influence your children. What motivates them? Why do they teach? What do their students mean to them? Hear directly from the talented educators that bring energy, passion, creativity, and expertise to their classrooms each day at St. Thomas School.