McCarthy Uniforms is your official Back-to-School headquarters! Shopping with McCarthy Uniforms will get you great deals on a number of back-to-school materials. See Link below.
Use the following link to book a time to come into St Luke CHS to retrieve items.
Each year, the CDSBEO celebrates the contributions, achievements, and successes of our most outstanding students. The Bravo Breakfast Awards provide a public forum to honour these students for their ongoing contribution to our school system, and their Catholic communities. The awards commend the unsung heroes in our schools who make a significant and positive contribution to the life of their school. These students contribute to creating a positive environment for their peers.
High School Recipient – James Drapeau – Grade 11
You can always count on a smile from James with every interaction, as he demonstrates his unselfish, big heart and exemplifies the concept of Loving Others as Yourself. James provides support and care with a genuine approach, and he demonstrates great perseverance with all academic tasks. As well, he takes on a leadership role with the many social justice initiatives at the school, as exemplified by his initiative and idea last year to raise money and awareness for homeless youth in our area. Last year’s St Luke Night on the Street raised about $1500 (students slept on the street and raised money through luminaries in memory of loved ones). James spoke to the St Francis Parish in an effort to raise money for this cause. This year he has continued his work by participating in Cornerstone Landings One Cold Night in November. Also, he is planning on participating in the Coldest Night, which happens in February, and it is a walk to raise awareness and support for this cause. We thank you James for his many contributions to our school and making Christ’s words come to life with actions. Congratulations James!
Elementary Recipient – Logan Ross – Grade 8
Logan has been at St. Luke for almost 2 years. He has grown academically, physically, emotionally and spiritually. He is often a great role model at school, whether it be in the classroom, in the gym, or in the schoolyard. Even with his learning challenges, he always tries his best and is able to complete all assignments. He is eager to do well and often asks for assistance and/or clarification. Logan is a good person, friend and classmate. He is often seen helping those around him with school work, solving problems on the school yard or just demonstrating positive behaviour. Logan has matured over the past months, has displayed thoughtfulness and caring and deserves to be recognized for his efforts. Congratulations Logan!
Each day, students will connect with a teacher for 2 hours of synchronous learning. This will be scheduled in learning blocks throughout the day to ensure a variety of learning experiences and increased engagement for our students.
The Parents’ Lifeline is now offering their parent support groups virtually – see link below to access.
PLEO was created by parents, for parents.
We know first hand that parents play a significant role in their child’s outcomes and research supports this. We recognize that parents can’t and need not do it alone. We understand the challenges and the stressors on families. And we believe that families facing mental health challenges can flourish.
Our Vision is that families facing mental health challenges can flourish, stigma-free, with the support and services they need.
Our Mission is to foster positive outcomes for families with children to age 25 facing mental health challenges by providing family peer support and by amplifying the family voice for system change.
Watch our informational video about St Luke CHS.
Use the link below to access information about a MyBlueprint webinar for parents on Thursday, April 23rd.
Posters for Free Parenting Discussion Groups in Smiths Falls and Carleton Place – click on link below for more information.
January 27th is Family Literacy Day