Week at a Glance

Week-at-a-Glance September 20

Dear Parents and/or Guardians: Happy Friday! We had a great week here at St. Luke! Students have established excellent daily routines and have done a very good job of following the health and safety measures. Please reinforce at home the importance of physical distancing, sanitizing and washing hands as much as possible to help keep

Week-at-a-Glance April 12 – 16

Monday, April 12 – Friday, April 16 SPRING BREAK! We did it! Congratulations students, staff, parents and guardians for all of your hard work leading up to this year’s Spring Break. You have all earned this time off and we hope you and your families are able to enjoy a safe and rejuvenating break. Below

Week-at-a-Glance Week of April 4 – 9

This week we joyously welcome the liturgical season of Easter with the celebration of Christ’s resurrection on Easter Sunday, marking the end of Holy Week and the end of Lent. Easter symbolizes hope, renewal, and new life; all of which are especially poignant and uplifting reminders during these challenging times. DAILY COVID-19 SCREENING: Elementary students and staff

HOLY WEEK Week-at-a-Glance March 29 – April 2

As Catholics, the commemoration of Holy Week is a most sacred time of the year, as we recall the events leading up to Jesus’ death by crucifixion. We invite you to join us virtually on Holy Thursday when the Grade 8s will share their portrayal of the Living Stations of the Cross. It is a

Week-at-a-Glance March 22 – 26

DAILY COVID-19 SCREENING : Elementary students and staff are required to complete and pass COVID-19 screenings EVERY morning prior to attending school using Ontario’s updated School Screening Tool.  Please Note: Children must stay home, even if symptoms are mild AND asymptomatic siblings of children who are showing even mild symptoms must also be kept home. ATTENTION! Attending School after Travel: With

Week-at-a-Glance March 15 – 19

IMPORTANT REMINDERS: Daily Covid-19 Screening: Elementary students are required to complete and pass COVID-19 screenings EVERY morning prior to attending school using Ontario’s updated School Screening Tool.  Please Note: Children (AND SIBLINGS) must stay home, even if symptoms are mild. ATTENTION! Attending School after Travel: Any students who have travelled or live with someone who has travelled outside of Canada in

Week-at-a-Glance March 8 – 12

IMPORTANT REMINDERS: Daily Covid-19 Screening: Elementary students are required to complete and pass COVID-19 screenings EVERY morning prior to attending school using Ontario’s updated School Screening Tool.  Please Note: Children (AND SIBLINGS) must stay home, even if symptoms are mild. Be Prepared: Please have your child check to ensure that they have everything they need to complete their school day (i.e. lunch/snacks,

Week-at-a-Glance March 1 – 5

IMPORTANT REMINDERS: Daily Covid-19 Screening: Elementary students are required to complete and pass COVID-19 screenings EVERY morning prior to attending school using Ontario’s School Screening Tool.  Please Note: Children (AND SIBLINGS) must stay home, even if symptoms are mild. Be Prepared: Please have your child check to ensure that they have everything they need to complete their school day

Week-at-a-Glance December 14

Thank you! A heart felt thank you to our incredible St. Luke School community for once again showing the depth of your kindness and generosity in support of our Christmas Gift Card Drive. St. Luke students donated an amazing $2, 285 worth of gift cards to the St. Vincent De Paul Society and Acts of

Week-at-a-Glance December 7

Please note that our Christmas Gift Card Drive has been extended until Monday, December 7th!  If you wished to donate, but missed Friday’s deadline, you have a second chance! Gift Cards in support of the St. Vincent De Paul Society and Acts of Kindness Network will be accepted on Monday! Thank you for your support!