St. Thomas More Catholic School provides you with school policies, practices, schedules, phone book and the school calendar for the year. Catholic education is a ministry of the Church, and specifically of the parish community. The forms which education takes in St. Thomas More Parish can be found in the school and the religious education programs for children, youth, and adults. Our parish community provides these opportunities for Christian formation and Catholic education. This ministry of education cannot take place effectively in a vacuum. Parental encouragement and participation is necessary for the wholesome development of a child. This encouragement and participation carries a parish dimension. The community that contributes in a variety of ways for the provision of Catholic education encourages parents to be active participants in the community of faith that provides generously for the needs of their children. Christ as the servant model guides us to know, love, and serve God. Through traditional education and the use of current technology, we emphasize the importance of acquiring foundational knowledge and critical thinking skills. We integrate citizenship and faith throughout the curriculum to develop responsible stewards who live Gospel values.
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