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October 30, 2022

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Leadership Message

Dear St. Luke Families,

As teachers put together Evidence of Learning portfolios for students we can see and celebrate all that students have learned to this point in our school year. We believe that it is important for our students to be connected to school through positive relationships and a strong sense of community where every student can learn and be successful. Our teachers and staff are committed to providing all students with an appropriate and challenging educational experience in a respectful environment that fosters learning and growth.

The most crucial part of students' success in school is attendance. As a parent or guardian it is imperative for students that you assist them in maintaining an attitude that “Every Day Counts.” It is essential that students are attending school ready to learn each and every day. Parents/Guardians play the most important roles in a student's success and I invite you to collaborate with us in your students' education. Your child’s learning success is our priority and when your child attends school they are in a learning environment where they can thrive.

We are looking forward to our Celebration of Learning this week!


Cathy Hinger



Our CELEBRATION OF LEARNING will be held on November 1st and November 2nd from 3:30 - 6:30pm. These conferences between Teachers, Parents and students will be held in person this year.

You can book your in school interview with this link.

If you have any questions please contact our office at 780-922-5920


Its Back!!!!!!

Our Book Fair is coming back to St. Luke, and we are all so very excited!

November 1 to November 3 the book fair will be set up in our library. Students will have an opportunity to view the fair with their classes during the day, and shop on their own at lunchtime. If you are sending money, please send it in clearly marked bags. You can also order online through this link

We are also very happy to have families back in the school and welcome them to visit the book fair during parent teacher interviews. (3:30pm – 6:30pm November 1 & 2)

There will be prizes to be won for the students, and fun to be had by all! Can’t wait to see you there! All proceeds help grow our school library, and your child’s love of reading!

Thank you for your support,

Mrs. Scoggins


Here are some details about the Halloween festivities happening Monday, October 31st.

  • Students can come dressed in their costumes on Monday

  • As in the past, no weapons or masks, please.

  • We will be busy learning, with classes as usual, in the morning.

  • Our afternoon will consist of activity stations run by our Grade 7 & 8 students, starting with a costume parade with all elementary students.

  • We respectfully request that you do not send any Halloween candies or extra snacks for Monday afternoon, as students will have just eaten the nutritious lunch you packed for them, and will be busy in the activity stations.

  • Further, we request that you not send candy in lunches after Halloween as we continue to enforce healthy eating habits during our school day.

  • We will be having a candy exchange on Tuesday and Wednesday. See the poster below for more information. There are some cool prizes!


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Hot Lunch Ordering: Deadline is Monday

The next session of hot lunch that will run November 3rd to January 26th is now open for orders.

All orders must be submitted and paid for by October 31st.

Please visit to place your order. If you have not yet created an account, the access code is stluke

Please note: You will no longer be redirected to Paypal for payment. Payments will now be processed directly through our site using Bambora.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Shelby Mistecki at


St. Luke Catholic School, the St. Luke School Council and Parent Association is thrilled to once again be a participating venue in Strathcona County's annual Christmas in the Country event! This event enables our school council to provide student enrichment and volunteer opportunities within our school community.

If you would like to purchase a table at this annual community event, below is a link to the Google Form application to be filled out. Included in the form is the St. Luke Parent Association Treasurer's email for e-transfer payments.

If you are unable to fill out the form and send payment electronically, please contact Erin Crawley at 780 953-1677 to make arrangements.

When and Where:

December 3, 2022

22139 South Cooking Lake Road, Sherwood Park

10:00am to 4:00pm - doors open to vendors at 8:00am

Table cost: $25.00

We are so excited to host this wonderful community event and look forward to welcoming you all on December 3, 2022.

Warm regards,

St. Luke School Council and Parent Association

HALLOWEEN HOWLER! Thanks to all who came out and joined the fun!

GRADE 1 & 3


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Upcoming Dates

Monday, October 31

  • Halloween Activities & costume parade in the afternoon

Tuesday, November 1

  • Celebration of Learning (PTI's) 3:30 - 6:30 Please sign up

Wednesday, November 2

  • Celebration of Learning (PTI's) 3:30 - 6:30 Please sign up
  • EARLY OUT 1:40pm

Thursday, November 3

Friday, November 4

  • Remembrance Celebration 11:00am - All welcome!

FALL BREAK: November 7 - 11th!

OLPH (Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish)

Masses at OLPH will be livestreamed. Please join using this link.

Visit OLPH Website for more information about the parish and in regards to sacremental preparation.

Read the lastest bullitin from OLPH or visit

St. Francis of Assisi Parish is administered by Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Sherwood Park. Please contact the parish for confession times and more information.

Clergy: Reverend Jim Corrigan, Pastor

Mass Time: Sunday 11:00

Email Address: StFrancisAssisi.Tofield(at)

5523 - 50 Street Tofield, AB T0B 4J0

See map: Google Maps

Phone: 780-467-5470