School Announcements

Weekly Update: March 18th- March 22nd

posted Mar 7, 2019, 7:26 AM by Chris Risto

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Weekly Update: March 18th - March 22nd , 2019


In this issue
March Break

Week at a Glance

Looking Ahead

Prayer for Lent




Quick Links   


OCSB


ST.LUKE


TWITTER


   FACEBOOK


ST.ANDREW
613-723-9767


CSPA


OSTA



March Break


March break for all OCSB schools is from March 11th-18th. There is no school for students during this week.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our St. Luke School Community for all your support. We are blessed with a dedicated Catholic School Council who we appreciate dearly. In addition, we truly appreciate and extend a heartfelt thank you to the many volunteers that dedicate their time in and around our school. On behalf of all of us here at St. Luke, we

thank you! We wish our families a safe and restful break. School resumes

on March 18th.

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Week at a Glance

Monday, March 18th

  • Luv2Groove dance workshops Gr.3-Gr.6

Tuesday, March 19th

  • Luv2Groove dance workshops Gr.3-Gr.6

Wednesday, March 20th

  • Luv2Groove dance workshops Gr.3-Gr.6

  • Grade 6 Milestone Photo Day-Please have your child where a white shirt. They will be provided with a gown and sash for their milestone photo.

Thursday, March 21st

  • Luv2Groove dance workshops Gr.3-Gr.6

Friday, March 22nd

  • Popcorn Friday! (2$ per bag)

  • Subway Lunch

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Looking Ahead- Save the Date!

Come see Karl Subban as he highlights teamwork and leadership with a fresh take on what it means to succeed. Please see attachment CSC Sponsored event -April 16th, 2019 to register for this free Pro Grant event that takes place on Tuesday, April 16th from 7:00pm-9:00pm at St.Joseph High School. ____________________________________________________________________


Prayer for Lent

“God our Father, You formed us from the dust of the earth and brought us to new life in Christ Through the waters of Baptism. We ask you to change our hearts as we journey through these forty days of Lent. Help us to see Jesus in everyone we meet, and to serve him in all persons, Especially the poor, the sick and the lonely. By your grace, may our prayers and sacrifices this Lent help us grow closer to each other and to you, as one family in Jesus. We make this prayer to you in His name. Amen”.

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Please visit our school WEBSITE for additional information throughout the year as well as a calendar with all important dates and times for various events. Follow us on TWITTER and be sure to visit our FACEBOOK page.

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St. Luke School, Nepean

60 Mountshannon Drive

Nepean, ON  K2J 4B8

Phone: 613-825-2520
Email: Luke.Carleton@ocsb.ca
Website: luk.ocsb.ca
Twitter: @StLukeNepean

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Weekly Update: March 4th - March 8th

posted Mar 1, 2019, 7:19 AM by Chris Risto

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Weekly Update: March 4th - March 8th , 2019


In this issue
Week at a Glance

Prayer for Lent

Farewell to Mrs. Pezoulas

March Break

Volunteers Needed!


Quick Links   


OCSB


ST.LUKE


TWITTER


   FACEBOOK


ST.ANDREW
613-723-9767


CSPA


OSTA



Week at a Glance

Monday, March 4th

Tuesday, March 5th

  • Shrove Tuesday (Pancakes provided by CSC)

  • Girls’ Tchoukball Tournament

Wednesday, March 6th

  • Ash Wednesday Liturgy at 10:45 am (All are welcome to attend)

  • Pizza Lunch (No pepperoni pizza for this week only as it’s Ash Wednesday today. Thank you to Council for organizing the change).  

Thursday, March 7th

  • Grade 6 retreat to St. Monica’s

Friday, March 8st

  • Popcorn Friday! (2$ per bag)

  • Subway Lunch

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Prayer for Lent

“God our Father, You formed us from the dust of the earth and brought us to new life in Christ Through the waters of Baptism. We ask you to change our hearts as we journey through these forty days of Lent. Help us to see Jesus in everyone we meet, and to serve him in all persons, Especially the poor, the sick and the lonely. By your grace, may our prayers and sacrifices this Lent help us grow closer to each other and to you, as one family in Jesus. We make this prayer to you in His name. Amen”.

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Farewell to Mrs. Soula Pezoulas


As many of you are aware, Mrs. Soula Pezoulas will be leaving St. Luke and joining St. Leonard Catholic School as of Monday, March 4th. Mrs. Pezoulas has spent many years at St. Luke and will be greatly missed by all.


On behalf of the St. Luke community, we wish her well and all the very best! Thank you for all that you’ve done for our school community, Mrs. Pezoulas!


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March Break


March break for all OCSB schools is from March 11th-18th. There is no school for students during this week.


We would like to wish our families a safe and restful break. School resumes on March 18th.

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A Message from CSC


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!!

We are seeking volunteers to help with making 1000 pancakes for Shrove Tuesday on March 5 from 9am to Lunch time.

If you are able to volunteer, please email stlukecouncil@gmail.com and let us know. We need approximately 15+ volunteers to ensure that the pancakes are ready for lunch.

Thank you!

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Please visit our school WEBSITE for additional information throughout the year as well as a calendar with all important dates and times for various events. Follow us on TWITTER and be sure to visit our FACEBOOK page.

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St. Luke School, Nepean

60 Mountshannon Drive

Nepean, ON  K2J 4B8

Phone: 613-825-2520
Email: Luke.Carleton@ocsb.ca
Website: luk.ocsb.ca
Twitter: @StLukeNepean

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Weekly Update: Feb. 25th-Mar.1st

posted Feb 22, 2019, 7:34 AM by Chris Risto

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Weekly Update: February 25th - March 1st , 2019


In this issue
Week at a Glance

CSC Fundraiser




Quick Links   


OCSB


ST.LUKE


TWITTER


   FACEBOOK


ST.ANDREW
613-723-9767


CSPA


OSTA



Week at a Glance

Monday, February 25th

  • FSL program selection due (grade 3 and 6 students only)

Tuesday, February 26th

  • CSC Fundraiser - Staff are serving families at Kelsey’s Roadhouse (Barrhaven) tonight from 5:00-8:00 pm (flyer below with more details)

Wednesday, February 27th

  • Pizza Lunch

Friday, March 1st

  • Popcorn Friday! (2$ per bag)

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Catholic School Council Fundraiser


Do you want someone else to cook dinner AND do the dishes for you, all while supporting St. Luke?


Join us at Kelsey's Barrhaven on Tuesday February 26th from 5-8 pm where your favourite St. Luke staff will be serving up fun, smiles and your dinner!


Families can participate by purchasing a Reservation Ticket for $5 from your child's homeroom teacher and then calling the restaurant to secure your table.


Each ticket purchased will enter you into a draw for a 4 pass of Cineplex Movie Tickets!


Please see the flyer below.


Many thanks to our Catholic School Council for organizing!


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Please visit our school WEBSITE for additional information throughout the year as well as a calendar with all important dates and times for various events. Follow us on TWITTER and be sure to visit our FACEBOOK page.

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St. Luke School, Nepean

60 Mountshannon Drive

Nepean, ON  K2J 4B8

Phone: 613-825-2520
Email: Luke.Carleton@ocsb.ca
Website: luk.ocsb.ca
Twitter: @StLukeNepean

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Weekly Update: Feb. 18th- Feb. 22nd

posted Feb 22, 2019, 7:33 AM by Chris Risto

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Weekly Update: February 18th - February 22nd , 2019


In this issue
Week at a Glance

CSC Message

Shrove Tuesday

Lice


Quick Links   


OCSB


ST.LUKE


TWITTER


   FACEBOOK


ST.ANDREW
613-723-9767


CSPA


OSTA



Week at a Glance

Monday, February 18th

  • Family Day

Tuesday, February 19th

  • Dental Screening (JK/SK & grade 2 students)

  • FSL Pathways Presentation at 6:00 pm (Grade 3 & 6 Parents/Guardians)

  • Catholic School Council Meeting at 6:30 pm

Wednesday, February 20th

  • Pizza Lunch

Friday, February 22nd

  • Payment for term two pizza-due today

  • Subway Lunch

  • Popcorn Friday (2$ per bag)

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A message from your Catholic School Council


Thank you very much to all the amazing volunteers that helped make Pasta day a huge success.

 

We are looking forward to our next one on April 16 but before that, we will be providing over 1000 pancakes to the students and staff at St. Luke for Shrove Tuesday!

 

With that being said, we are looking for a few volunteers to help cook pancakes, make batter and serve them for lunch.

 

Shrove Tuesday this year is Tuesday March 5th, 2019.

 

If your child has a gluten allergy, the school will let us know ahead of time.

 

If you are able to volunteer from 9am to 1pm, Please email your Catholic School Council at stlukecouncil@gmail.com

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Shrove Tuesday


If your child has a gluten allergy, please inform the school as soon as possible by emailing Luke.Carleton@ocsb.ca with the subject line “Gluten Allergy”.  Please include your child’s full name, grade and homeroom teacher. Gluten free pancakes will be provided to those who provide this information.


Thank you in advance to our CSC for organizing pancakes again this year on Shrove Tuesday.


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Lice Update

It’s that time of year again and unfortunately we’ve already had some reported cases of lice at the school. Please read the information below from Ottawa Public Health.


Head lice are small insects that live on the scalp, cause itching and spread by head to head contact. They do not spread disease and anyone can get them. They are more common in children as their heads often touch when they play together. They may also be spread through objects like scarves, brushes, headphones, hats and helmets. A full course of treatment and avoiding close head-to-head activities are recommended. There is no medical reason for excluding a child with nits or live lice from school or child care.  


What to look for:  

• Tiny wingless insects • Crawl and do not jump or fly • Size of a sesame seed and can be difficult to see • Greyish-brown in colour  Nits (eggs of the louse): • Nits attach to the hair shaft very close to the scalp • Size of a grain of sand • Brown in colour when alive, white when dead or hatched • Do not come off easily. Hatch in about seven days. • Nits more than 1 cm from the scalp are dead or hatched, or may be dandruff.   

Where to look:  

Lice or nits are found close to the scalp, particularly around the ears, at the back of the neck and forehead. Use a bright light and magnifying glass if available. Part and comb wet hair into small sections to help you see lice and nits better. If you only find nits, look closer for live lice. If lice and nits are present, act quickly and treat both.   

How to get rid of head lice:

Start lice treatment if live lice are found or if nits are less than 1 cm from the scalp. Your pharmacist can help you choose a head lice product. You do not need a prescription. Read the list of ingredients and use only as directed. Most products require two treatments. The first will kill the head lice but not all nits. The second treatment, given 7 to 10 days after the first, will kill the nits that have hatched. Do not use conditioner or a 2 in-1 shampoo after treatment. Daily nit removal between treatments and hair combing are essential to get rid of head lice successfully. If you see live lice 48 hrs after the second treatment, contact your physician.

Nit treatment  Daily nit removal and hair combing are keys to getting rid of head lice. After head lice are treated, removing the nits can help to prevent a new infestation. Even with careful nit picking some live nits can be missed. Children may return to school or child care facility even if nits still remain in their hair. To remove nits, use a bright light and part hair into small sections. With a fine-toothed nit comb or your fingernails pull the nits from the hair strands starting at the roots down to the tips. This is easier when hair is wet. Wipe the nits onto a tissue and place in a bag for disposal. After treatments, wash your hands with soap and water and soak the comb in hot water.

For additional information please visit Ottawa Public Health’s WEBSITE.

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Please visit our school WEBSITE for additional information throughout the year as well as a calendar with all important dates and times for various events. Follow us on TWITTER and be sure to visit our FACEBOOK page.

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St. Luke School, Nepean

60 Mountshannon Drive

Nepean, ON  K2J 4B8

Phone: 613-825-2520
Email: Luke.Carleton@ocsb.ca
Website: luk.ocsb.ca
Twitter: @StLukeNepean

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Hungry for Fun?

posted Feb 19, 2019, 11:31 AM by Chris Risto

Want someone else to cook dinner and do the dishes all while supporting St. Luke (N)? Join us at Kelsey's on Tuesday February 26th from 5-8 pm where your favourite St. Luke staff will be serving up fun, smiles and your dinner! Please see the attached poster for all details. Hope to see you there! 

Weekly Update: Feb. 11th-Feb. 15th

posted Feb 8, 2019, 10:30 AM by Chris Risto

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Weekly Update: February 11th - February 15th , 2019


In this issue
Week at a Glance

FSL Pathways

Bell Let’s Talk Update

Family Day Reminder

Black History Month

Lice


Quick Links   


OCSB


ST.LUKE


TWITTER


FACEBOOK


ST.ANDREW
613-723-9767


CSPA


OSTA



Week at a Glance

Tuesday, February 12th

  • Pasta Lunch

  • Term 1 Report Cards (grades 1-6) sent home today along with Kindergarten Observation Reports

  • FSL Pathways Presentation at 6:00 pm in the Learning Commons

  • Catholic School Council Meeting at 6:30 pm

Wednesday, February 13th

  • Pizza Lunch

Thursday, February 14th

  • Valentine’s Day! Wear pink or red today!

  • BE WELL quilt raffle

Friday, February 15th

  • P.D. Day - no school for students

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Bell Let’s Talk Day Update

The students and staff are very excited about the upcoming St Luke School "Be Well" quilt raffle. The  winning ticket will be drawn at our Recognition assembly on February 13th. To date we have raised over $350 that will be donated to the "Bell Let's Talk Day. A very special thank you to all who have purchased tickets and Good Luck to all!

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FSL Pathways Presentation

Parents & Guardians of Grade 3 students: French as a Second Language Information Night will be held on Tuesday, February 12th from 6:00 - 6:30 pm in the Learning Commons (Library). We will give an overview of both the Extended and Immersion French pathways for grade 4 and the criteria for consideration when selecting the best fit for your child. You do not need to register to attend the meeting. We look forward to seeing our grade 3 parents/guardians on that evening.

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Family Day

Please note that Family Day is on Monday February 18th. There is no school for students on that day. Enjoy time with your family and friends!

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Black History Month

February is Black History Month. During Black History Month, Canadians celebrate the many achievements and contributions of Black Canadians who, throughout history, have done so much to make Canada the culturally diverse, compassionate and prosperous nation it is today.

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Lice Update

It’s that time of year again and unfortunately we’ve already had some reported cases of lice at the school. Please read the information below from Ottawa Public Health.


Head lice are small insects that live on the scalp, cause itching and spread by head to head contact. They do not spread disease and anyone can get them. They are more common in children as their heads often touch when they play together. They may also be spread through objects like scarves, brushes, headphones, hats and helmets. A full course of treatment and avoiding close head-to-head activities are recommended. There is no medical reason for excluding a child with nits or live lice from school or child care.  


What to look for:  

• Tiny wingless insects • Crawl and do not jump or fly • Size of a sesame seed and can be difficult to see • Greyish-brown in colour  Nits (eggs of the louse): • Nits attach to the hair shaft very close to the scalp • Size of a grain of sand • Brown in colour when alive, white when dead or hatched • Do not come off easily. Hatch in about seven days. • Nits more than 1 cm from the scalp are dead or hatched, or may be dandruff.   

Where to look:  

Lice or nits are found close to the scalp, particularly around the ears, at the back of the neck and forehead. Use a bright light and magnifying glass if available. Part and comb wet hair into small sections to help you see lice and nits better. If you only find nits, look closer for live lice. If lice and nits are present, act quickly and treat both.   

How to get rid of head lice:

Start lice treatment if live lice are found or if nits are less than 1 cm from the scalp. Your pharmacist can help you choose a head lice product. You do not need a prescription. Read the list of ingredients and use only as directed. Most products require two treatments. The first will kill the head lice but not all nits. The second treatment, given 7 to 10 days after the first, will kill the nits that have hatched. Do not use conditioner or a 2 in-1 shampoo after treatment. Daily nit removal between treatments and hair combing are essential to get rid of head lice successfully. If you see live lice 48 hrs after the second treatment, contact your physician.

Nit treatment  Daily nit removal and hair combing are keys to getting rid of head lice. After head lice are treated, removing the nits can help to prevent a new infestation. Even with careful nit picking some live nits can be missed. Children may return to school or child care facility even if nits still remain in their hair. To remove nits, use a bright light and part hair into small sections. With a fine-toothed nit comb or your fingernails pull the nits from the hair strands starting at the roots down to the tips. This is easier when hair is wet. Wipe the nits onto a tissue and place in a bag for disposal. After treatments, wash your hands with soap and water and soak the comb in hot water.

For additional information please visit Ottawa Public Health’s WEBSITE.

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Please visit our school WEBSITE for additional information throughout the year as well as a calendar with all important dates and times for various events. Follow us on TWITTER and be sure to visit our FACEBOOK page.

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St. Luke School, Nepean

60 Mountshannon Drive

Nepean, ON  K2J 4B8

Phone: 613-825-2520
Email: Luke.Carleton@ocsb.ca
Website: luk.ocsb.ca
Twitter: @StLukeNepean

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Weekly Update: February 4th-February 8th

posted Feb 2, 2019, 10:00 AM by Chris Risto

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Weekly Update: February 4th - February 8th , 2019


In this issue
Week at a Glance

Reminder

Grade ⅚ Ski Trip Update  


Quick Links   


 OCSB

 ST.LUKE

TWITTER

  FACEBOOK

ST.ANDREW

613-723-9767


 CSPA

 OSTA


Week at a Glance

Monday, February 4th

  • Snowshoes are at St. Luke again this week!

  • Term 2 milk begins today

Wednesday, February 6th

  • Pizza Lunch

Friday, February 8th

  • Popcorn Friday! (2$ per bag)

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Reminder

A friendly reminder that next Friday, February 15th is a PD Day. There is no school for students on this day.
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Grade ⅚ Ski Trip Update

We are confirmed with SKI VORLAGE on Monday, March 4th. If you have signed up to volunteer for the ski trip but are unable to make the newly scheduled date please let us know. Information closer to our trip will be sent out to all Grade 5 and Grade 6 parents. Let’s hope for perfect ski weather as this would possibly be our last opportunity to ski this year. In the event that the ski trip is cancelled, all monies would be reimbursed.

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Please visit our school WEBSITE for additional information throughout the year as well as a calendar with all important dates and times for various events. Follow us on TWITTER and be sure to visit our FACEBOOK page.

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St. Luke School, Nepean

60 Mountshannon Drive

Nepean, ON  K2J 4B8

Phone: 613-825-2520
Email: Luke.Carleton@ocsb.ca
Website: luk.ocsb.ca
Twitter: @StLukeNepean

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Weekly Update: January 28th- February 1st.

posted Jan 25, 2019, 8:19 AM by Chris Risto

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Weekly Update: January 28th - February 1st , 2019


In this issue
Week at a Glance

Snowshoes

‘Snow Days’

Pasta Lunch

March Break Camps  


Quick Links   


OCSB


ST.LUKE


TWITTER


   FACEBOOK


ST.ANDREW
613-723-9767


CSPA


OSTA



Week at a Glance

Monday, January 28th

  • Mr. Bruno’s class - Swim to Survive

  • Snowshoes arrive at St. Luke!

Tuesday, January 29th

  • Payment for term two milk due today

  • Grade 4 Bible Ceremony

Wednesday, January 30th

  • Pizza lunch

  • Bell Let’s Talk Day-Students are encouraged to wear GREEN in support of Mental Health Awareness. Don’t forget to purchase your tickets to win a beautiful handmade quilt in support of  Bell Let’s Talk Day. Cost is .25 cents per ticket or 5 tickets for $1.00

Thursday, January 31st

  • Pizza lunch (rescheduled from ‘snow day’ last week)

Friday, February 1st

  • Subway lunch

  • Popcorn Friday (2$ per bag)


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School Safety

To ensure that all of our students and staff remaining safe during arrival and departure times this message is to remind all parents that they must use the main entrance when signing their children in or out of school. All child care parents are permitted to use the Child Care kepypad doors using their assigned pin number to enter the building and to drop off their children. Child Care parents may then exit the portapak doors after signing their children in. At no time may parents enter  the school through the portapak doors or kindergarten doors. Thank you in advance for your support.

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Snowshoes

For the next two weeks (from Jan. 28th-Feb. 8th), students in grades one through six will have the opportunity to snowshoe! The school board loans out snowshoes to schools who wish to participate throughout the winter months. Thank you to Mr. Bruno for organizing and thank you to our parent volunteers who have offered to assist some of our classes! ____________________________________________________________________

Snow Day Information and Reminders

To find out if student transportation is cancelled due to inclement weather, you can get first-hand information at the Ottawa Student Transportation Authority’s (OSTA) WEBSITE or on OSTA's twitter feed @OttSchoolBus. We also retweet this information as soon as it becomes available on our St. Luke twitter page.

In the event that transportation is cancelled, pizza and/or Subway lunch days are postponed. In addition, any class or school trips are also cancelled.

Parents/guardians are responsible for dropping off AND picking up at the end of the day. Students must be picked up by 3:40 pm. If your child takes the bus to school, we do not require that you phone the school to report your child’s absence. Alternatively, if your child is a ‘walker’, please ensure that you call the school to notify us if he/she is staying home that day.

We thank you in advance for assisting us on ‘snow days’. They are very busy days for us in the office and we appreciate your assistance.

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Pasta Lunch (A message from Council)

Pasta Days are here again...

Your Catholic School Council will be having Pasta days once again this year. The 2 dates that have been chosen are February 12 and April 16. Order forms will be going home with students and available for download. If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, please let us know at stlukecouncil@gmail.com. Thank you.

An order form can be found at the end of this week’s Weekly Memo.

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OCSB March Break Camps
HERE is a link to a variety of March Break camps being offered by the Ottawa Catholic School Board.

March Break Engineering Camps
HERE is a link to the Ottawa U Engineering camps that are available during March Break.  
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Please visit our school WEBSITE for additional information throughout the year as well as a calendar with all important dates and times for various events. Follow us on TWITTER and be sure to visit our FACEBOOK page.

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St. Luke School, Nepean

60 Mountshannon Drive

Nepean, ON  K2J 4B8

Phone: 613-825-2520
Email: Luke.Carleton@ocsb.ca
Website: luk.ocsb.ca
Twitter: @StLukeNepean

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Weekly Update: January 21st- January 25th

posted Jan 18, 2019, 11:34 AM by St. Luke ‎(Nepean)‎ School   [ updated Jan 18, 2019, 11:42 AM ]

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Weekly Update: January 21st - January 25th , 2019


In this issue
Week at a Glance

A Few Reminders

Pasta Lunch Day Message


Quick Links   


OCSB


ST.LUKE


TWITTER


 
FACEBOOK

ST.ANDREW
613-723-9767


CSPA


OSTA



Week at a Glance

Monday, January 21st

  • Mr. Bruno’s class - Swim to Survive

Tuesday, January 22nd

  • Reconciliation Celebration for grade 2 students

The dates for the Reconciliation celebrations for our students will be held at 7:00 pm  at St. Emily School (500 Chapman Mills Drive)

Wednesday, January 23rd

  • Pizza lunch

Thursday, January 24th

  • Dental Screening for JK/SK students & Grade 2

  • Grade 5 & 6 ski trip to Vorlage

Friday, January 25th

  • PD Day. There is no school for students

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A Few Reminders…

  1. Pizza Lunch & Milk Update

Term 2 pizza is available for purchase! The deadline to order is Feb. 22, 2019. Term 2 pizza will be every Wednesday, starting March 6, 2019 to June 26, 2019, inclusive.

Term 2 milk is also available for purchase. The milk program will run from February 4th to June 21st, 2019 consisting of 88 days. Holidays and PD Days have been taken into account. Payment is due by January 29, 2019.

Please make sure you have not ordered milk for the year, prior to ordering for Term 2.

 

     2. Be Well Quilt

 

As one of our Strategic Commitments to our school, our students reflected on what helps them “Be Well”. One entry from each grade was chosen to be included in this beautiful quilt made by Mrs. Peddle. It will be raffled off and proceeds will support Mental Health Awareness. Tickets are available for purchase! Tickets are 25 cents each of 5 tickets for 1$. Thank you for your support!

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     3. Soles for Souls

 

Don’t forget that we’re collecting and recycling your old shoes for Soles4Souls!

Donations can be dropped off into the box at the front office. Shoes are cleaned and refurbished and distributed to those less fortunate in our community and beyond.  Don't turf your old soles, recycle them for a good cause. Thank you, once again, for your support!

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CSC Pasta Lunch Days

Your Catholic School Council would like to have 2 pasta lunch days this year, one in February and one in April but this cannot happen without amazing volunteers. Before we are able to set the dates, we need to know who can volunteer.

We require a few volunteers to cook, prepare and serve. If you are available to help during one of these times, please email stlukecouncil@gmail.com with your name and contact info and what time slot you are able to help.

9am to 11am

10am to 12noon

11am to 1pm

Thank you,
Catholic School Council

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Please visit our school WEBSITE for additional information throughout the year as well as a calendar with all important dates and times for various events. Follow us on TWITTER and be sure to visit our FACEBOOK page.


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St. Luke School, Nepean

60 Mountshannon Drive

Nepean, ON  K2J 4B8

Phone: 613-825-2520
Email: Luke.Carleton@ocsb.ca
Website: luk.ocsb.ca
Twitter: @StLukeNepean

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Weekly Update: January 14th-January 18th

posted Jan 11, 2019, 1:13 PM by St. Luke ‎(Nepean)‎ School

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Weekly Update: January 14th - January 18th , 2018


In this issue
Week at a Glance

Pizza Lunch/Milk Update

Kindergarten Registration

Be Well Quilt

Eco Club Message

Engineering Camps


Quick Links   


OCSB


ST.LUKE


TWITTER


   FACEBOOK


ST.ANDREW
613-723-9767


CSPA


OSTA



Week at a Glance

Monday, January 14th

  • Kindergarten Registration Week

  • Mr. Bruno’s Grade 3 class- Swim-to-Survive

Tuesday, January 15th

  • Girl’s Badminton Tournament

  • Catholic School Council Meeting at 6:30 pm. All are welcome to attend!

  • Kindergarten Registration

Wednesday, January 16th

  • Pizza lunch

  • Kindergarten Registration

Thursday, January 17th

  • Boy’s Badminton Tournament

  • Kindergarten Registration

Friday, January 18th

  • Subway Lunch

  • Popcorn Friday (2$/bag)

  • Kindergarten Registration

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Pizza Lunch & Milk Update

Term 2 pizza will be available to purchase starting Jan. 14, 2019.  The deadline to order is Feb. 22, 2019. Term 2 pizza will be every Wednesday, starting March 6, 2019 to June 26, 2019, inclusive.

Term 2 milk will run from February 4th to June 21st, 2019 which consists of 88 days. Holidays and PD Days have been taken into account.

Payment is due by January 29, 2019.

Please make sure you have not ordered milk for the year, prior to ordering for Term 2.


Please visit school cash online to make your purchase.

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Kindergarten Registration Week


This week is Kindergarten Registration week in all OCSB schools.

If your child will be four years old by December 31, 2019, then they are ready to start Kindergarten in September 2019. The special week lets us register as many families as early as possible. Families who miss it can still register at any time by visiting their local OCSB school.


Help us inform others by letting your family, friends and neighbours know!

Additional information and registration packages can be found HERE.

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Be Well Quilt


As one of our Strategic Commitments to our school, our students reflected on what helps them “Be Well”. One entry from each grade was chosen to be included in this beautiful quilt made by Mrs. Peddle. It will be raffled off and proceeds will support Mental Health Awareness.


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Eco Club Message:  Our Newest Recycling Venture at St. Luke!

                             

Soles for Souls


Did you know shoes can be recycled?  Here at St.

Luke we have received a box called Soles4Souls which helps combat poverty.   Shoe donations can be dropped off into the box at the front office. Shoes are cleaned and refurbished and distributed to those less fortunate in our community and beyond.  Don't turf your old soles, recycle them for a good cause!

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Ottawa University Student Engineering Camps

If you are looking for camps for your child please check out the link below. Ottawa University is having English, French and bilingual PD camp days for students. https://engineering.uottawa.ca/outreach-programs/march-break-camps-and-PD-days

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Please visit our school WEBSITE for additional information throughout the year as well as a calendar with all important dates and times for various events. Follow us on TWITTER and be sure to visit our FACEBOOK page.


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St. Luke School, Nepean

60 Mountshannon Drive

Nepean, ON  K2J 4B8

Phone: 613-825-2520
Email: Luke.Carleton@ocsb.ca
Website: luk.ocsb.ca
Twitter: @StLukeNepean

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