We invite you to join a virtual meeting with STS faculty and staff on Thursday, March 24, from 6 to 6:45 p.m. to learn more about how we use children's literature to support conversations about race.
St. Thomas School is a private, independent day school in Medina, WA serving Seattle and Bellevue students in Preschool through 8th grade.
This speaker series offers our community the opportunity to connect, learn, and engage in topics around equality, inclusion, and anti-bias education. RSVP for the fourth session with bestselling author Jason Reynolds.
As previously announced, a negative test will be required to return from midwinter break. School will remain closed on Monday, February 28 so that all students, faculty, and staff can be tested before returning.
Award-winning author and historian Erika Lee joins us to dive deep into the history of Asian Americans in the United States, with a specific focus on anti-Asian xenophobia and racism.
It's the modern parent's dilemma: helping children learn 21st-century technology skills without sacrificing meaningful face-to-face interactions.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently updated its guidelines for older kids, removing suggested digital time limits to allow parents to make their own judgement calls. As more and more schools leverage technology as a tool for learning, setting limits on its use becomes complicated.
Author and speaker Gyasi Ross will talk about "Indigenous People, Race, and Education on October 14.
Dr. DeLap selected for a national program to help future leaders harness the wealth of primary sources.
Similar to focus groups, these listening sessions allow the board and other school leaders to learn by hearing diverse experiences, views, and responses to questions about DEI at St. Thomas School. Register today.
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.