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Keeping Christ in Christmas Student Contest!

With Christmas just around the corner, the Halton Catholic District School Board will once again be running its Keeping Christ in Christmas student contest! This year, the contest will be open for entries from November 8 through December 2, 2019. Students are asked to submit work that best describes the theme of the contest, Keeping Christ in Christmas,

HCDSB Recognizes Indigenous Awareness Month

November is the designated Indigenous Awareness Month at the Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB). This month, and throughout the school year, students and staff will acknowledge the contributions and legacy of First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples in Canada. Indigenous Awareness Month is an opportunity to honour and recognize the unique heritage, diverse cultures, and strength of present-day

St. Luke’s Halloween Dance-a-thon is back!

Back by popular demand, the 3rd annual St. Luke School Halloween Dance-a-thon will return on Thursday, October 31st! This event is organized by our Catholic School Council and is our major fundraiser of the year. The Dance-a-thon is open to all students from JK to Grade 8. This event provides students the opportunity to wear

WE Scare Hunger Food Drive!

Imagine not knowing where your next meal will come from. People who access food banks come from all walks of life. Some people need support over longer periods, but most require help only occasionally or for a short period of time. Once again this year, St. Luke will be participating in the WE Scare Hunger

HCDSB Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

October is the designated Hispanic Heritage Month in Ontario. The Hispanic community is one of the fastest growing communities in the province, with Ontario being home to more than 400,000 first-second and third-generation Canadians of Hispanic origin. At the Halton Catholic District School Board, our largest newcomer population is Hispanic! This month, HCDSB recognizes the dynamic

HCDSB Marks Rowan’s Law Day

On Wednesday, September 25, 2019, the Halton Catholic District School Board will be marking Rowan’s Law Day to raise awareness about concussions. What is a Concussion? A concussion is a brain injury that is caused by a blow to the head, face, neck, or body that can cause a sudden jarring of the head. Even what seems to be

Reporting Your Child’s Absence with SafeArrival

Our school offers an automated student attendance management system called SafeArrival, provided through SchoolMessenger®. The SafeArrival system is available 24/7, allowing you to report your child’s absence in one of three ways: using the SchoolMessenger® mobile app by logging into the SchoolMessenger® web site by calling into an interactive toll-free phone line at 1-844-445-4505 Click on the FAQ for more

HCDSB Alumnus & BT Anchor Melanie Ng Returns to St. Luke!

On June 14, 2019, Melanie Ng, host of Breakfast Television and anchor of CityNews Toronto, took a trip down memory lane as she visited St. Luke Catholic Elementary School​ in Oakville​- her former elementary school! “I used to serve the volleyball from right here,” Melanie said, as she reminisced about her childhood playing sports in her old

Let Us Know What You Think!

In September, 2016, the Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) launched a new multi-year plan. Focus on Our Students: Strategic Plan 2016-2021, provides direction that guides the decisions and actions that shape us as a school board – who we are, what we do, and why we do it. As the third year of this multi-year strategic plan

St. Luke Alumna Melanie Ng Pays a Visit!

Melanie Ng Anchor/Reporter St. Luke Catholic Elementary School – Class of 1996 Welcome Back Melanie! As Breakfast Television’s News Anchor, Melanie delivers the information Torontonians need to know every morning. Hailing from Oakville, ON, Melanie graduated from Wilfred Laurier University with a double honours degree in Communications Studies and English, and a minor in History.