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Class of 2020: In Their Own Words

St. Thomas celebrates a group of our upcoming graduates.
 
SEBASTIAN 
My favorite St. Thomas memory is when I went to Ellenton, Florida, with my friends.

LUCAS 

My favorite St. Thomas memories are:
  • Halloween parades.
  • Playing football with Mr. Noble and my friends during recess.
  • 5th grade trip to Ellenton, Florida.
 
NICOLAS 
My favorite St. Thomas memories are:
  • Polar Express Day in kindergarten when we wore our pajamas, drank hot chocolate, and Mrs. Orms set up a train in the classroom.
  • My 4th grade sleepover at the school.
  • My 5th grade class made towns and cities using recycled materials. 
 
ADRIAN 
What I will miss the most about St. Thomas are the people: my friends, classmates, teachers, and everyone else who is part of the St. Thomas community.


OLIVIA 
When I came to St. Thomas, I loved the fact that everyone helped me when I arrived. It really helped me to speak the English I speak today.

ISABELLA 

What I love the most about St. Thomas are my teachers and the best friends I have made. I also loved the trip to Ellenton, Fl.
 


ASHTON 

My favorite St. Thomas memory is making peach popsicles in senior preschool. I will miss all of my teachers and movie lunches that I won for AR points.
 

GRAYSON 

My favorite St. Thomas memory is Field Day. I will miss all of my teachers and friends. 

EDUARDO 

What I will miss the most about St. Thomas are all of my friends. My favorite St. Thomas memory is my first day of preschool when I met Noah Levy, and I said to him, “Let’s speak Portuguese,” because Noah’s mom is Brazilian. 
 

MADLYN 

What I will miss the most about St. Thomas are my dance recitals. 

ALEJANDRO 

What I will most about St. Thomas are my caring teachers and the friendships I formed over the years. 
 

JACK 
What I will miss most about St. Thomas are my teachers, friends, and all the fun I had kayaking in Ellenton, Fl. 
 
 
ALEJANDRA 
My best memory of St. Thomas is coming to this school for the very first time. I was quite anxious going to a new school as a kindergartner that day, but the St. Thomas community is so amazing, and everyone made me feel so welcomed that I even made friends and best friends on that very first day! That day is so very important to me because St. Thomas became my second home!


RICARDO 

What I will miss the most from St. Thomas are my friends. I have been with them for six years, and I hope that I can stay in touch with them in the distant future. I also will miss the teachers because they are amazing and very caring.

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