• Excellence

    We foster a culture of educational excellence through critical thinking skills, innovation and rigorous curriculum standards, a global perspective, and an emphasis on moral education, community, and service

  • Belief

    We provide a safe, nurturing and secure environment in which students encounter the living God, who in Jesus Christ, reveals His transforming love and truth

  • Character

    Promote life-long learning that advances the development of the whole person – mind, body, and soul


June 9, 2015


REMINDER: STS and SDS drama play tomorrow night in the gym at 7:00 p.m. A reception in the café will follow.   Thank you Kelly for a job well done!




Doctor Kevin is planning to leave for Uganda June 16th. If you have STS uniforms that you do not need, please consider donating them to those in need. Please bring your donations to school this week, Doctor Kevin will bring them on his trip June 16th. What a wonderful way to send the spirit of compassion and care ...all in the name of STS.  Doctor Kevin is also requesting the donations of unwanted small suitcases to be used as extra care-on bags.




***Donnelly’s Uniform - Please make note….Uniform fittings are done at St. Thomas school only on the 17th from 10 -1***. You must go to STS to try on clothing items.




Hot Lunch - Ross Ayer, a former student at STS, will be hosting a free hot dog luncheon tomorrow in memory of his best friend Joe Angelillo. Ross loved and admired Joe and wanted to do this luncheon as one of the last events in STS. Thank you so much Ross for your kindness and generosity.




Pre K News – Pre k 3 & 4 will step up today. The ceremony will be held in the gym at 9:30 a.m.  




Grades 1 & 2 will be having their annual picnic this Friday at Rec. Park.




Sports Banquet – Our annual sports banquet will be held this Thursday night, June 11th. at 5:30 p.m.  




Southington Catholic


Registration and Tuition Contracts- Important forms for Southington Catholic have been mailed to all our families. Please complete the registration; tuition contract; the transportation and after school program forms. Having all these forms returned as soon as possible is important to the smooth transition to Southington Catholic. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated. Please make sure you return these forms in a sealed envelope with your $225.00 deposit.


If you are not returning to Southington Catholic please notify the school office so we may send your child’s records to the appropriate school.




Southington Catholic – The first day of the 2015 -2016 school year will be on Thursday, 27th. A “soft” opening will be held on Wednesday, August 26th. Parents are invited to drop in during the day to see the school and have their children drop off and unpack their things in preparation for the next day. Refreshments will be served during the day. Parents must accompany the student. There will be no classes as such. Just a nice meet and greet opportunity for all.




End of the Year reminders:


June 9th. – PK 3 & 4 step up


June 10th – Combined Drama club play – 7:00 p.m. STS


June 11th. – Sports Banquet and Kindergarten graduation


June 15th & 16th – Early dismissal


June 17th – Last day of school; awards @ 10:00. Bus @ 11:00; Parents may take their child home after the awards ceremony.


This is the last newsletter of the year. Thank you for all you did this year to make St. Thomas School a success.   The faculty and I wish you a very enjoyable and healthy summer and look forward to seeing you in our new school, Southington Catholic.


We say good bye to Mr. Dennis Beaupre, Mrs. Marilyn Descoteaux and Mary Shanahan and wish them success and happiness upon their retirement. Congratulations to Mrs. Jennifer Furlong on her appointment as Principal of St. Bridget School in Cheshire. We also say good bye and will miss Miss Stratton and Ms. Gosselin as they will not be returning to Southington Catholic. A special luncheon is being held for these teachers at the Manor Inn in Plantsville on June 15th. God bless them as they begin a new journey in life.


Take Me Out to the Ball Game!

May 11, 2015


St. Thomas defeated St. Bridget’s Thursday in Varsity baseball action by a 9-3 score.  The offense was led with extra base hits from Sonny McCool and Zach Plochoki and a big bases clearing triple from Kody Hanner.  Matt Cahill pitched a complete game and the defense settled down after a three run first inning to hold St. Bridget's scoreless for the remainder of the game.  The Tigers are now 1 and 1 with three games this week, starting with Mount Carmel on Monday (today) at Recreation Park.

Good Luck to the 2015 Mathcounts Team

Here's the letter that went out to this year's Mathcounts Team:


Dear Parents,

Congratulations are in order as Kody, Andrew, Dennis, and Emma have been selected to represent St. Thomas School in the 2015 MATHCOUNTS competition at the University of Hartford in West Hartford, CT.

MATHCOUNTS is a nationwide math contest for middle school students. Its mission is to increase the enthusiasm for and enhance achievement in middle school mathematics throughout the United States. Currently celebrating its 32nd anniversary MATHCOUNTS has helped more than 7 million students develop their mathematical abilities by tackling MATHCOUNTS problems.

This year’s regional competition will take place on Saturday, February 7, 2015 at the University of Hartford in West Hartford CT. ( Dana Hall building 4 on the map) Parking is available in Lot H. Students should be at the University of Hartford for 8:30 ready to start the competition at 8:50 a.m.

The competition should be done by 11:30.

St. Thomas School will be represented by one team of 4 students. These 4 students were selected on the basis of their work on the pre competition challenges that the students have been working on in class that were provided by the MATHCOUNTS competition.

Students should bring their calculators. They may dress comfortably. It will be a challenging day as this is a top middle school competition for students from the state of Connecticut.
Students will need to provide their own transportation to the University of Hartford and home. I will meet them there and stay with them for the day. Permission slips need to be signed and returned. Carpooling would be a good idea.

The members of the MATHCOUNTS team from St. Thomas School will be:

Andrew Cawley
Dennis Cawley
Kody Hanner
Emma Kief

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