School Announcements

Weekly Update Oct 22- 26th

posted Oct 19, 2018, 8:12 AM by St. Luke ‎(Nepean)‎ School

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Weekly Update: October 22-26, 2018


In this issue
Week at a Glance

Family Harvest Day

Eco Schools Message

Message from CSC

Halloween Costume Day


Quick Links   


OCSB


ST.LUKE


TWITTER


   FACEBOOK


ST.ANDREW
613-723-9767


CSPA


OSTA



Week at a Glance

Monday, October 22

  • Municipal Elections in school gymnasium

  • Canada Learning Code-junior class visits

Wednesday, October 24

  • Pizza lunch

Friday, October 26

  • Photo retakes, class and sibling photos

  • Canada Learning Code-junior class visits

  • Subway lunch

  • Popcorn Friday (2$ per bag)

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ECO Schools Message

Dear  St. Luke families,

Our school is enrolled in a large battery recycling challenge beginning today until earth day 2019 in April. We are competing against 200 other schools in Ontario for a grand cash prize.  The school that collects the most batteries for recycling wins.

Families are encouraged to bring batteries from home to recycle at school.  All sorts of household batteries are accepted in the recycling challenge. Collection pails are located throughout the school to facilitate recycling.  Recycling batteries keeps harmful chemicals out of landfill sites. Please see the following link for more details and information.

https://www.rawmaterials.com/ontario-school-recycling-challenge/

Thanks from the St. Luke Planetpals Eco Club

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Message from Catholic School Council (CSC)

PIZZA LUNCH UPDATE:

Dear Parents/ Guardians, now that class lists have been finalized, here are the dates for the remaining pizza days in Term 1:

October 17, 24 & 31

November 8, 14, 21 & 28

December 5, 12 & 19

January 9, 16, 23 & 30

February 6, 13, 20 & 27

Please note that November 8th is a Thursday and not a Wednesday as all others. This is due to Grades 3 to 6 classes going to the Ottawa 67's Games on the 7th of November.

Should you have any questions, please let us know via email at stlukecouncil@gmail.com

Thank you

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Halloween Costume Day
Students are invited to wear their Halloween costumes to school on Wednesday, October 31st. Students are encouraged to bring a 2$ donation for our United Way Fundraiser. Thank you kindly in advance for your support.

A few requests in regards to Halloween costumes…
Please no masks, props, such as wands, swords, lightsabers, etc., as these can interfere with safe play, and can be distracting while in class. Also, please understand that your child will be involved in a regular school day, so the costume needs to be able to withstand all regular school activities, including going to the washroom by him/herself. We thank you for your cooperation. We certainly don’t want any disappointed children if the costume is ruined before they head out to trick-or-treat!

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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: lukecarleton

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Weekly Update Oct.15th-19th

posted Oct 16, 2018, 11:44 AM by St. Luke ‎(Nepean)‎ School

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Weekly Update: October 15-20, 2018


In this issue
Week at a Glance

Messages from CSC



Quick Links   


OCSB


ST.LUKE


TWITTER


   FACEBOOK


ST.ANDREW
613-723-9767


CSPA


OSTA



Week at a Glance

Tuesday, October 16th

  • IEP’s (Individual Education Plans) sent home today

Wednesday, October 17th

  • Pizza lunch

  • Cross Country Running Meet (participants will have their pizza lunch at 1:30pm)

  • Catholic School Council meeting at 6:30 pm

Friday, October 19th

  • Popcorn Friday

  • Don’t forget...tomorrow is our Fall Family Harvest Fundraiser. More information below.

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A Message from our Catholic School Council

Popcorn Fridays are back! Popcorn will be delivered to classrooms (K-6) at lunchtime.

Students will have the opportunity to purchase a bag of popcorn for $2 every Friday for the school year. Flavours available right now are:

Butter, White Cheddar, Dill, Sweet & Salty.

Stay tuned for more flavours to be added in the weeks to come.

Fall Family Harvest Day

You asked, we listened! This Fall we're changing things up at St. Luke, with a Fall Family Harvest Day. Join us on the school yard October 20th from 1 - 4pm.

Instead of the Spooktacular we're bringing you a family day of fun. Pumpkins ($7), bake sale, family games and a fire truck! There will be a raffle, prizes, family photos (by donation) and so much more! All funds raised are directed at improving our school yard! We hope you can join us for an outdoor day of Fall Fun while we work to enhance the yard for our students to have continued outdoor fun.

Please let us know if you can help out in any aspect of the following:

Day of Event

If you would like to help the day of, please fill out the attached Google form.

Form: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScVuEaySxG1KCX0X…/viewform…

Bake Sale

We are looking for donations of individually packaged baked goods. If you wish to donate please email us at stlukecouncil@gmail.com. You will be contacted with further instructions.

Entertainment and Vendors

Are you a photographer, face painter or family entertainer? We would love if you can volunteer your time and skills during the event. Contact us at stlukecouncil@gmail.com. Do you have a product you're excited to share? Join our outdoor market by renting a table! Tables are a standard 6ft table for $20 flat rate rental fee. We are looking for a variety of vendors and will offer space on a first serve, first come basis with a no duplicate products guarantee.

Want to Help, but Can't Attend?

We need Raffle items! If you would like to donate, please contact us. Know a business? We'll happily advertise their raffle donation. We also need large coffee percolators and beverage carafes to keep drinks hot.

Thank you for any help you would be able and willing to provide. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

Your St. Luke Parent 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: lukecarleton

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Weekly Update: October 8th-12th

posted Oct 4, 2018, 11:16 AM by St. Luke ‎(Nepean)‎ School

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Weekly Update: October 8-12, 2018


In this issue
Week at a Glance

Thanksgiving Prayer

Anxiety in School-Aged Children

Thank You!


Quick Links   


OCSB


ST.LUKE


TWITTER


   FACEBOOK


ST.ANDREW
613-723-9767


CSPA


OSTA



Week at a Glance

Monday, October 8

  • Thanksgiving Monday (no school)

Wednesday, October 10th

  • Pizza lunch

  • Anxiety in School-Aged Children presentation by Dr. Jean Clinton

  • Kindergarten field trip to Mountain Orchards

Friday, October 12th

  • Subway lunch

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Thanksgiving Blessing

O God, We thank you for this earth, our home; for the wide sky and the blessed sun, for the ocean and streams, for the towering hills and the whispering wind, for the trees and green grass. We thank you for our senses by which we hear the songs of birds, and see the splendor of fields of golden wheat, and taste autumn's fruit, rejoice in the feel of snow, and smell the breath of spring flowers. Grant us a heart opened wide to all this beauty; and save us from being so blind that we pass unseeing when even the common thornbush is aflame with your glory. For each new dawn is filled with infinite possibilities for new beginnings and new discoveries. Life is constantly changing and renewing itself. In this new day of new beginnings with God, all things are possible. We are restored and renewed in a joyous awakening to the wonder that our lives are and, yet, can be. Amen.”

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Anxiety in School-Aged Children

Wed. Oct. 10, 2018
Speaker: Dr. Jean Clinton
St. Paul High School:   2675 Draper Avenue
7:00 - 9:00 PM

Both parents and teachers are expressing increased concern about the number of children exhibiting anxiety. This talk will explore what some of the causes may be and some strategies for helping.

Register Now: bit.ly/CSPAanxiety2018

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Thank You!

On behalf of the St. Luke staff, we would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude for your support for a number of initiatives and events that have happened over the past two weeks.

First off, we would like to thank our school community for once again supporting our Fall Food Drive for the Barrhaven Food Cupboard. With the recent weather and power outages that affected many residence in Ottawa and the surrounding area, our food banks are in such great need of our support. Your generosity has been greatly appreciated not only by our staff but also by the Barrhaven Food Cupboard and those who benefit from your donations. Thank you.


In addition, thank you for supporting our Terry Fox Walk/Run/Roll event. This year our school community raised $831.75. All funds raised will be donated to the Terry Fox Foundation. A great time was had by all while continuing on a yearly tradition at St. Luke. Thank you for your support!

      

Last week, we also raised awareness and educated our students and community on the history and legacy of the Residential School system. Students and staff wore orange shirts on Monday and participated in a rally letting others know that “Every Child Matters”.

       

Not only should we thank our wonderful school community, but also the staff that put together and organize these memorable, worthy and educational events. Their hard work, dedication and time is greatly appreciated and definitely doesn’t go unnoticed. Thank you! ____________________________________________________________________

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: lukecarleton

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Weekly Memo Oct. 1st-Oct.5th

posted Sep 29, 2018, 6:16 AM by St. Luke ‎(Nepean)‎ School

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Weekly Update: October 1-5, 2018


In this issue
Week at a Glance

Thanksgiving Prayer

Orange Shirt Day

Parent Information

Letter from Mr. Risto

Anxiety in School-Aged Children


Quick Links   


OCSB


ST.LUKE


TWITTER


FACEBOOK



ST.ANDREW 613-723-9767

CSPA


OSTA



Week at a Glance

Monday, October 1

  • Orange Shirt Day

Wednesday, October 3

  • Thanksgiving Mass at 9:25 am       All are welcome to attend!

  • Pizza Lunch

Friday, October 5

  • PD Day (no school for students)

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Thanksgiving Prayer
“Thank You, God, for all the wonderful blessings, for our daily meals, for clean drinking water and for sunlight, and for the cool breeze. I'm thankful for my family, my friends and my health. I'm thankful for my friends, to love and be loved. Thank You for this great country and for the freedom it offers. I'm thankful to be alive and praise You for all these wonders. I'm thankful that You have been so gracious to give Your only Son to us who gave his life and bore the unbearable for us sinners. On this Thanksgiving Day, I take the opportunity to give thanks for countless other things You provide us with on a daily basis. Amen”.
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Orange Shirt Day: Every Child Matters
Orange Shirt Day is upon us, Monday October 1, 2018. This is an influential movement sweeping across Canada that is helping to educate our student and communities on the history and legacy of the Residential school system. For more information, please visit their official WEBSITE. Please demonstrate your support by providing your child with an orange shirt or other piece of orange coloured clothing for this day.

Thank you, Indigenous Team



Parent Information

Police and Peace Officers' National Memorial Day – Sunday, September 30

Flags on all Ontario government buildings and establishments across the province will be flown at half-mast from sunrise to sunset on Sunday, September 30, 2018, in observance of Police and Peace Officers' National Memorial Day.Where buildings are closed for the weekend, flags may be lowered at close of business on Friday, September 28, and remain at half-mast until business resumes on Monday, October 1.

 

Health & Safety

 

Dear Parent/Guardian,


Since 2007, the Ontario government has been requiring child care centres and schools to flush the plumbing in their facilities and test drinking water for lead. New amendments to Ontario regulation 243/07 took effect July 1, 2017 that require lead testing within these facilities for all designated fixtures used to provide drinking water and/or prepare food or drink for children under 18.


All designated water fixtures were sampled and tested in 2017. The intent with regards to ongoing sampling is once all of the drinking water fountains and taps have been sampled then the school would return to sampling one fixture every year and would rotate through all of the drinking water fixtures again. Over this summer 2018, as per Ontario regulation 243/07 we sampled the required designated fixtures. All of the designated fixtures at our school passed.


The Ontario drinking water quality standard for lead is 10 micrograms per litre. This standard is based on a national guideline set by Health Canada. School Boards and Child Care Centres have three years in which to phase in the new sampling and testing procedures.


At OCSB we elected to complete sampling and testing of designated fixtures across the entire district in the summer of 2017. In consultation with the School Principal, the Planning and Facilities Department is responsible for sampling, testing and implementing remedial action if and where required. Any water fixture that is available to persons under the age 18 that is not designated for drinking, or the making of food or drink will be posted with a sign illustrating that it is not to be used for those purposes. Principals, teachers, support staff and Child Care Supervisors and staff are aware of these protocols and are expected to communicate them to students.


If a child care centre or school gets a drinking water test result that is above the Provincial Standards for lead, the local Medical Officer of Health will issue a water advisory notice and consult with Planning and Facilities on corrective actions to be taken. When the Planning and Facilities receives an advisory the fixture in question is no longer accessible to students. After corrective action (flushing, removal/replacement of the fixture) and additional sampling and testing shows that the fixture is within Provincial Standards the local Medical Officer of Health lifts the advisory and the fixture is made available. These local processes have been in place since 2007 and are working well.


Again, we are pleased to inform you that all designated fixtures for drinking water, making of food and drink tested satisfactory at our school. The results will soon be available to the public at our school.


Please contact me if you have any questions regarding this letter.


Sincerely,

Chris Risto

Principal

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Anxiety in School-Aged Children

Wed. Oct. 10, 2018
Speaker: Dr. Jean Clinton
St. Paul High School:   2675 Draper Avenue
7:00 - 9:00 PM

Both parents and teachers are expressing increased concern about the number of children exhibiting anxiety. This talk will explore what some of the causes may be and some strategies for helping.

Register Now: bit.ly/CSPAanxiety2018


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: lukecarleton

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School Closed September 24th-2018

posted Sep 23, 2018, 2:17 PM by St. Luke ‎(Nepean)‎ School

Update on school closures resulting from tornado weather event

Sunday, September 23, 2018

The Ottawa Catholic School Board (OCSB) will close all schools and the Board office on Monday, September 24, 2018.

This decision was made in consultation with city emergency services due to extensive power outages and damage to several areas of the city. The safety of our students, families, and staff, is our top priority. School closures mean there is no before and after school care, child care centres are closed, and there is no community use of schools/extracurricular use of schools on Monday, September 24, 2018.

We continue to keep in our prayers the families and staff affected by Friday’s tornados, as well as all first responders. Please refer back to this ocsb.ca website or your school’s website on Monday, September 24, 2018 for an update regarding the next school day.


Thank you

Weekly Update Sept. 24th-Sept. 28th

posted Sep 21, 2018, 9:49 AM by St. Luke ‎(Nepean)‎ School   [ updated Sep 21, 2018, 9:50 AM ]

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Weekly Update: September 24-28, 2018


In this issue
Week at a Glance

Fall Food Drive

Terry Fox Walk

CSC Members

Volunteers

Parent Information  


Quick Links   


 OCSB

 ST.LUKE

  TWITTER

  FACEBOOK


ST.ANDREW

613-723-9767


CSPA


OSTA


Dear Parents/Guardians, a message from St. Andrews Parish

Please note that our First Communion and Confirmation registration dates (parent meetings) are listed in the bulletin and on our website Please check out our newly renovated website!


Week at a Glance

Monday, September 24

  • Collecting non-perishable food items for the fall Food Drive

Tuesday, September 25

  • Pizza lunch orders and payment due today

  • Collecting non-perishable food items for the fall Food Drive

  • Today is Franco-Ontarian flag day. French teachers will be doing all sorts of special activities in their classes to celebrate French. Staff and students are asked to wear green or white to help celebrate.

Wednesday, September 26

  • Collecting non-perishable food items for the fall Food Drive

Thursday, September 27

  • Collecting non-perishable food items for the fall Food Drive

Friday, September 28

  • Terry Fox Walk/Run/Roll-All are welcome to join us!

  • Subway Lunch orders and payment due today

  • Collecting non-perishable food items for the fall Food Drive


Fall Food Drive in support of the Barrhaven Food Cupboard

Last week, we launched our fall food drive in support of the Barrhaven Food Cupboard. Many thanks to those who have already contributed. We will continue collecting non-perishable food items this week. Thank you for your continued support and generosity.
____________________________________________________________________Terry Fox Walk/Run/Roll

St. Luke School will be participating in the Terry Fox National School Run on Friday, September 28th. After a kick-off cheer at 1:00 pm, classes will walk, run and roll for 30 minutes around a course set up on the playground in an effort to “Be Like Terry”. Students are encouraged to donate a “Toonie for Terry”. Money that will be donated to the Terry Fox Foundation. Visit THE TERRY FOX FOUNDATION to learn more about this very worth fundraiser. ____________________________________________________________________Catholic School Council

Thank you to everyone that came out to the Catholic School Council Meeting / Elections.  During this meeting, a revised constitution was presented and approved by the school community.  This will be posted on the school website shortly. The elections were also held and the following are your Catholic School Council Representatives for the 2018 - 2019 School Year:


Chair - Steven Boucher

Vice Chair - Kara Potter

Secretary Treasurer - Christine Downs

Recording Secretary - Lisa Brennan

CSPA Representative - Andrea Lie

CSPA Representative - Krista McMurchy

Parent Representative - Chi Siu

Parent Representative -  Kelly Waespe

Parent Representative - Karen Jacyno


We welcome the returning members and are very happy to see 3 new members on the St. Luke Catholic School Council.  We look forward to an amazing year ahead as we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of St. Luke, Nepean. Our next Catholic School Council meeting will be held on Wednesday October 17, 2018 at 6:30pm in the learning commons.  At that time, the remaining dates will be set. Please remember that you do not have to be a voting member of council to join the meetings. All parents/caregivers at St. Luke are welcomed to attend. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the next meeting!


____________________________________________________________________Volunteers

The Board of Trustees has adopted a revised policy regarding volunteers in OCSB schools. Volunteers are required to have a Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) in order to work with students, or a Criminal Records (CR) Check if not working directly with students. Apply online with the Ottawa Police Service.



Parent Information

Anxiety in School-Aged Children

Wed. Oct. 10, 2018
Speaker: Dr. Jean Clinton
St. Paul High School:   2675 Draper Avenue
7:00 - 9:00 PM

Both parents and teachers are expressing increased concern about the number of children exhibiting anxiety. This talk will explore what some of the causes may be and some strategies for helping.

Register Now: bit.ly/CSPAanxiety2018


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: lukecarleton

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Anxiety in School-Aged Children

posted Sep 17, 2018, 6:16 AM by St. Luke ‎(Nepean)‎ School

Weekly Update Sept. 17-21st

posted Sep 15, 2018, 12:15 PM by St. Luke ‎(Nepean)‎ School

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Weekly Update: September 17-21, 2018


In this issue
Week at a Glance  
Volunteers

Thank you

Lunch Days

Parent Information


Quick Links   


OCSB


ST.LUKE


TWITTER


   FACEBOOK


ST.ANDREW
613-723-9767


CSPA


OSTA



Week at a Glance

Monday, September 17

  • If you haven’t already done so, please review, sign and return all forms sent home during the first week of school. Thank you!

  • Please return CSC nomination forms today in preparation for Wednesday’s meeting.

  • Milk program begins for participating students. Our next sign up for milk program will be in January

Wednesday, September 19

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

Friday, September 21

  • Smile! It’s Picture Day today!


Volunteers
The Board of Trustees has adopted a revised policy regarding volunteers in OCSB schools. Volunteers are required to have a Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) in order to work with students, or a Criminal Records (CR) Check if not working directly with students. Apply online with the Ottawa Police Service.

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Thank you
On behalf of the staff here at St. Luke, we would like to extend our appreciation to our families who attended our Curriculum Evening/Open House last week. We appreciate the effort that you put into ensuring your children work hard in school, while striving to achieve their best successes each and every day. Our goal is to keep the communication and connections with all the students and parents open and ongoing throughout the school year. We hope to see a continued great support network for each and every event at the school! If you were unable to attend the evening, you are encouraged to reach out to your son/daughter’s classroom teachers.
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Pizza and Subway Lunch
Thank you to our Catholic School Council for once again organizing both pizza and Subway lunch days this year. Should you require an additional form, you can find one HERE. Please visit School Cash Online to make payment. The first pizza day will be on October 3rd and the first Subway lunch day will be on October 12th. All remaining lunch days can be found on our website calendar.

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Parent Information

Anxiety in School-Aged Children

Wed. Oct. 10, 2018
Speaker: Dr. Jean Clinton
St. Paul High School:   2675 Draper Avenue
7:00 - 9:00 PM

Both parents and teachers are expressing increased concern about the number of children exhibiting anxiety. This talk will explore what some of the causes may be and some strategies for helping.

Register Now: bit.ly/CSPAanxiety2018 ____________________________________________________________________

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: lukecarleton

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posted Sep 15, 2018, 12:05 PM by St. Luke ‎(Nepean)‎ School   [ updated Sep 15, 2018, 12:16 PM ]

September 10th-14th

posted Sep 7, 2018, 8:18 AM by St. Luke ‎(Nepean)‎ School

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Weekly Update: September 10-14, 2018


In this issue
Week at a Glance  

Curriculum/Program Evening

CSC Update

School Board Calendar

Volunteers


Quick Links   


OCSB



ST.LUKE



TWITTER



   FACEBOOK



ST.ANDREW
613-723-9767


CSPA



OSTA



Week at a Glance

Monday, September 10

  • Please review, sign and return all forms sent home last week

Tuesday, September 11

  • Meet the Teacher Evening 5:30-7:00 pm (additional info below)

Wednesday, September 12

  • St. Mother Teresa Open House

Thursday, September 13

  • Grade 7 Confirmation evening for former St. Luke students

Friday, September 14


Curriculum Program Evening/Open House

Our Curriculum Program Evening will take place on Tuesday, September 11th from 5:30 – 7:00 pm. From 5:30pm-6:30pm, parents can accompany their child(ren) to their classrooms to meet their teachers, learn about the curriculum expectations at each grade level and find out about school, classroom and yard routines. At 6:30 pm families will assemble in the gym for introductions and a brief presentation by your Catholic School Council. We look forward to seeing everyone!


Volunteers
The Board of Trustees has adopted a revised policy regarding volunteers in OCSB schools. Volunteers are required to have a Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) in order to work with students, or a Criminal Records (CR) Check if not working directly with students. Apply online with the Ottawa Police Service.


2018-19 School Board Calendar
Did you know you can add the school board’s digital calendar to your own personal calendars and devices to keep track of important dates? Click HERE to find out more!


Catholic School Council (CSC) Update

Dear parents, your child will be bringing home a CSC nomination form on Monday, September 10th. Please complete and return as soon as you made your council selections for the upcoming Catholic School Council meeting held on Wednesday, September 19th at 6:30pm.  


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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: lukecarleton

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