School Staff

St. Luke has a dedicated team of talented educators excited to work with your child as they progress along their learning journey.  We are on the path to AWESOME ! 

Principal
Peggy Perrin

Office Administrator
Irene Stec

JK/SK - Teachers
Ms.Simoneau 
Madame Clinton

JK/SK - Early Childhood Educators
Ms.Johnston
Ms.Fayad

Grade 1
Ms. DoCanto

Grade  2
Ms. Alexis

Grade 3
Ms. Carter

Grade 3                                                                                Mr. Skrobek                                          

Grade 4
Ms. Brawley

Grade 5
Ms. Grisel

Grade 6                                                                     Mr. Meagher                                                   

FSL - Grade 4,5,6 
Ms. Crete 

FSL - Grades 1,2,3 
Madame Cadet

FSL - Grade 5
Ms. Perkins

Resource
Ms. Aubut                                                                 Ms. Wilson

ELL Teacher                                                       Ms.Monfils

Library Technician
Mrs. Aghazarian

Educational Assistants                                                      Ms.Tourangeau                                                               Ms. Charette                                                                 Ms.Blandon                                                       Ms. Reynolds                                                                       Ms. Epino                                                                             Ms. Dumont                                    


Parenting and Family Literacy Centre                        Ms. Manasseri

Head Custodian
Mr. Lewis


 

About Our School

The St. Luke School Community is committed to sharing its values in an atmosphere of respect and caring in order to nurture the spiritual, academic and physical development of our students, while preparing them for the future and challenging everyone to be the best they can be. 

Contact numbers
Please ensure we have the latest, most up to date phone and contact information.  This ensures that if your we need to reach you with important information or your child becomes ill or injured during the day we can contact you. Thank you.

Signing In / Out - Late arrivals and appointments
For the safety and security of your child please sign in at the office when your child is arriving late or from an appointment or leaving early.  This information prevents unnecessary phone calls to your home and is imperative in the unlikely event of an emergency.  

Parenting and Family Literacy Centre 
Open daily 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Come in with your pre-school child and join in the fun in a bright and stimulating environment.  The PFLC is the perfect place to drop in with your child to socialize in a play based environment where children and parents/caregivers can focus on literacy, numeracy and school readiness activities. For the adults, it is a great place to learn about community resources and to share parenting joys and challenges.
  
Breakfast Club  

Successful students need to start their day with the proper nutrition, and our Breakfast Club ensures that all of our students have this critical opportunity. Please contact the main office for more information about this daily program.

Lunches and Snacks

Some children at our school have life-threatening allergies to some foods. Food containing nuts or legumes (such as peanut butter) will trigger these allergies - even if it is just present in the room.

In respect of the medical needs of these students, we request that parents do not send any peanut butter sandwiches or any products containing nuts or traces of nuts to school.  We thank you for helping to keep all our students safe.  

Recess Breaks

All children are expected to participate in the recess breaks in the playground; parents are responsible for ensuring that children come to school dressed appropriately. In case of inclement or cold weather (temperatures and/or windchill lower than -25 C), recess breaks will be held indoors.
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Shoes at School

For reasons of safety, all students must provide a pair of shoes with non-marking rubber soles to be worn while at school. These shoes will be stored at the school, and must be suitable for physical education activities.

School Bus Transportation

For the safety of all concerned, all children are required to sit properly, talk quietly, and obey the bus driver. A responsible adult must supervise and meet JK and SK students at the bus stops. OSTA, the school bus consortium, maintains a website with up to date information:  www.ottawaschoolbus.ca

Lost and Found

It is essential that all articles of clothing and other belongings be clearly labeled. This will help us return it to its rightful owner. If an article becomes lost, please inquire through the main office.

Emergency School Closure 

For weather emergencies, such as snow storms, the Board will announce school closures on the local radio and TV stations. If the emergency closure occurs during the school day, families will be notified by telephone; please ensure that you notify us about any changes in your current telephone numbers, about any special requirements. If school buses are not available, parents will be responsible for providing transportation home from the school.

Volunteer Opportunities

You can make a difference in your child's education by volunteering at St. Luke.  Our School Council is always happy to welcome new members.  If you would like to volunteer, please inquire through the main office. Volunteers are required to submit to a Police record check under Board and Provincial guidelines.



Activities, Clubs & Teams

We are the change.....
Our Social Justice Club examines social justice issues and works to make a difference in our community and on the global stage.  Last year, inspired by one of the club members, the whole school worked together to raise funds to help build a school for war orphans in South Sudan.  

Is your child a St. Luke EVERYDAY H.E.R.O. ?  We are always looking for opportunities to celebrate our students' everyday efforts and dedication to bringing the Gospel values to life. As a school community we have have developed criteria to honor our students as they join the EVERYDAY HERO team. Ask your child how they chose to be AWESOME today and what they did to make a positive difference in their classroom and school.   

Our GREEN TEAM  assists with collecting recycling for both black bin (paper) and blue bin (plastics and metal).  We are also composting with our green bin program. We are all trying to reduce the impact we have on our land and care for God's Creation!

Intramurals are a great way to have fun enjoying a wide variety of sports at lunch.