Educational Benefits of Playing

We have all been preached to about the importance of play in preschool.  However, in this day and age, it does lead us to questioning what feeding a baby doll lunch, giving a… Continue reading

5th Grade Washington, D.C. Trip

Our intrepid 5th grade travelers (and their brave chaperones) have finally returned from their whirlwind trip to the capital of our country, Washington, D.C. While there they visited the Smithsonian, the Holocaust Museum,… Continue reading

Meet our Newest International Student

At the end of January this year I had an unexpected visitor at school, a smart and serious looking young man who wore a good looking wool cap. As I listened to his… Continue reading

A Day in the Life…

Ever wonder what it is like for a TST student? It has been some time since I have been a student, so I decided to walk a day in their shoes. I shadowed… Continue reading

Extended Day Students Spread Christmas Joy

TST Extended Day Students, Kindergarten – 5th Grade, decorated and made Christmas cards to take to Summer Meadows Nursing Home residents. This year there are 108 residents. The children enjoyed making the cards… Continue reading

The Trip to Zephyr

What a week we had as we prepared for the trip to Zephyr, Texas, to fight for a state championship! A week bursting with Titan spirit – glittered locker signs, posters with spirit… Continue reading

Costa Rica 2014

“Remember that time in Costa Rica?” This is a question that repeatedly finds its way into conversations I have with my friends. “Which one?” many of us will respond with wonder filled excitement… Continue reading

TST is Thankful for our Pre-K Babies!

With October coming to an end, we truly can’t believe that the holidays are almost here.   Don’t get us wrong, we love cooking, time spent with family, and the beauty & reverence of… Continue reading

ouTSTanding Handwriting in Extended Day

Letter Friends is a fun handwriting program that promotes fine motor skills led by Shirley Kuhn.  With the handwriting curriculum, students will learn about vertical, horizontal, diagonal and curved lines with songs that… Continue reading

Kindergarten ROCKS

44 days, 348 hours, 20,880 minutes, 1,252,800 seconds. That is how long we have been privileged to teach our newest lower school students. The kindergarten transition from the Early Childhood program comes with… Continue reading