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  • STUDENT  news & ACCOMPLISHMENTS



    Kindergarten has been very busy lately.  During a unit in Health on Healthy Eating, they brought in healthy food items.  They put them into the four food groups and then took the items to the food pantry to share with others.  The students also brought in treats for Halloween “goodie bags.”  The children stuffed the goodie bags and they will be distributed through the St. Vincent de Paul food pantry as well as their healthy items.  The classes toured the food pantry to see the types of food needed by the families.  Kinder will make bags for Christmas, Valentine’s Day and Easter also.






    Our 8th grade students visited St. Pius X High School last week. The morning included presentations by St. Pius X students, faculty, and administrators. The students also toured the school campus.






    Global Collaboration Day took place on Thursday, September 15th. The primary goal was to demonstrate the power of global connectivity in the classroom. The 4th and 5th graders participated in a variety of activities: they built structures using pencils and rubber bands, traveled through a virtual map and learned unique facts about a variety of countries, and made kites decorated with the thoughts, dreams, and hopes of each student. Over 2000 students participated in this event.

     



    Student Council
    Congratulations to the following students who were inducted into our 2016-2017 Student Council.


     



    VOCATION CHALICE

    On Friday, September 9, 2016 the school started the second year of the “Vocation Chalice” Pledge. At the conclusion of the weekly All-School Mass, one grade-level is chosen to take the "Vocations Chalice" back to class with them. The chalice is displayed in the classroom during the upcoming week and the class says special prayers for vocations. Let's all pray for Vocations.

  • Accepting  applications  for 
    2016 school year

    Regular Office Hours: 7:30am - 4:00pm
    Summer Office Hours: 8:00am - 2:00pm

    Telephone: 713-729-3434
    Fax: 713-721-5644

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  • GIVING TUESDAY !!!!

    Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to St. Thomas More Parish School today!!!!
     
    Listed below are some of the donors to St. Thomas More Parish School through the Giving Tuesday Campaign. 

    Dominic Baula
    Bobby and Kym Bellard
    Nina Coltharp
    Corinne Crenshaw
    Dave and Mary Decker
    Suzanne Dominey
    Terry and Janice Felton
    Pat Flippen
    Orven and Anna Carmela Gironella
    James and Renee Harris
    Duane and Carolyn Hartmann
    Mary Heard
    Mark and Christina Hendrickson
    Sam and Nicole Hix
    Annemarie Howard
    Tim and Judy Koch
    Socorro Moreno-Garza
    Mary Gleason
    Pam Gould
    Barrington and Lamika Iruke
    Bill and Mary Kay Izard
    Jacob and Raquel Janoe
    John and Jennifer Jumalon
    Paul and Klair Latino
    Kitty Marasigan
    Chris and Mary Marten
    Thomas and Carol Mezyk
    Joseph and Joy Nassif
    Bethanie O'Neal
    Robert and Theresa Orsburn
    Anthony and Michelle Potoczniak
    Kathy Prado
    Alberto Suarez-Rivero
    Carmel Tajonera
    Rofino and Norma Tamayo
    Kristen Thome
    Ben and Kathy Warner
    Dan and Diane Webber
    Jeff and Wendy Willett
    Paul and Elizabeth Winslow

     
  • A 2014 National Blue Ribbon School

                

    THE NATIONAL BLUE RIBBON SCHOOLS PROGRAM
    RECOGNIZING GREAT AMERICAN SCHOOLS SINCE 1982

    The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program recognizes public and private elementary, middle, and high schools based on their overall academic excellence or their progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups. Every year the U. S. Department of Education seeks out and celebrates great American schools, schools demonstrating that all students can achieve to high levels. More than 7,500 of schools across the country have been presented with this coveted award. The National Blue Ribbon School award affirms the hard work of students, educators, families, and communities in creating safe and welcoming schools where students master challenging content. The National Blue Ribbon School flag gracing an entry or flying overhead is a widely recognized symbol of exemplary teaching and learning.
    
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