Student Transportation of Eastern Ontario (STEO) is changing school bus pickup and drop off schedules for fall 2019 for CDSBEO and UCDSB in the Northwestern region of the school districts, affecting mainly Lanark County, Smiths Falls, and some schools in Leeds County. The changes will create a consistent 8:00 a.m. start time for most secondary schools, and start times for elementary schools between 9:15 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. St. Luke CHS will now have an 8:30 a.m. start time. Parents will have received a letter which went home with their child yesterday, as well, a parent survey to collect feedback on childcare requirements in light of these changes was included for families with children in grades JK to grade 6. Please ensure that these surveys are returned to the school before June 7, 2019. To learn more about specific changes to school bus service, visitwww.steo.ca/belltimechanges or call STEO at 1.855.441.1589.
St. Luke Catholic High School in Smiths Falls offers alternative pathways to success
In a world where the job market is changing, real world skills are valued.
This is exactly what St. Luke Catholic High School focuses on to get their students onto the right pathway for their success.
“What we really encourage students to do is to think about apprenticeships and getting a job,” said St. Luke teacher, Carolyn Crosby. “We’re … a co-op high school, focusing on co-operative education; learning by doing.”
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St. Luke is proud to announce our very own Ben won gold at the Eastern Ontario SKLZ Specialist High Skill Major in Hospitality competition at St.Matthew CHS in Cornwall. Congratulations Ben!
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The CDSBEO will be closing all schools and administrative offices on Wednesday, February 13, 2019. There will also be no evening activities including community use of schools. Secondary open house events will be rescheduled with updated dates posted at http://www.cdsbeo.on.ca .
Due to bus cancellations Thursday and Friday will be regular school days. Thursday is a Day 1 (Grade 10 day) and Friday is a Day 2 (Grade 11 Day). Credit recovery will begin on Monday.
We are at a time in our province when we need to come together in conversation, gathering as a community to name and understand the challenges presented by an increasingly complex and secular society and to identify and build consensus around the opportunities that will shape our future.
Members of the community are invited to share their thoughts about contemporary issues in Catholic education. Your unique perspective will assist us in better understanding the challenges and opportunities for our Catholic schools and the students who attend them. Please take time to share your ideas and access the survey at:
All members of our community can access the site and share ideas until May 19. We encourage everyone to visit and share their ideas.