St. Luke School
625 Elphinstone St.
“Fill the hole in the soul”
St. Luke School is dedicated to the individual needs of a unique population within a safe, orderly and nurturing environment.
We are committed to empowering our students in the pursuit of life-long learning and the development of responsible citizenship. Through a shared belief that unites us, we are challenged to touch the hearts and minds of our school community and reflect Christ’s presence among us.
The Regina Catholic Theme for this school year is “Love Your Neighbour as Yourself”. At St Luke our focus is to support each child in our community and to celebrate the gifts they bring to our school. It is our mission to empower our students by developing the skills necessary to experience success by working together in one spirit to educate our minds, strengthen our bodies, awaken our spirits and celebrate our unique gifts.
The staff at St. Luke will make a concerted effort to keep all parents informed regarding the progress of your child. We encourage all parents and guardians to contact the school to share any information that will impact your child’s progress at school, or to ask any questions.
We look forward to working with you and your children as we together, go and make a difference.
High School Day Schedule
Block 1 8:55-10:15
Block 2 10:20-11:40
Lunch Break 11:40-12:00
Block 3 12:00-1:20
Block 4 1:25-2:45
Elementary Day Schedule
12:15-12:45 Lunch Break
We remind you that we provide transportation for students attending our SLE program. Safety is critical; this includes the use of seat belts, proper language, and appropriate behaviour. Inappropriate behaviour will result in a warning, following this, if further inappropriate behaviour occurs, suspension from the cab will occur. Parents will be responsible for transportation during the time period transportation is suspended. If your child is ill, parents must notify both St. Luke School (791-7248) AND Elena Chase, Transportation Officer (791-7214). Students must be ready and waiting for pick-up by either the cab or school van as determined at initial intake meeting.
We are part of the Chili for Children program which provides lunch to the students Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Students must bring their own lunch to school Tuesdays and Thursdays and any other day they do not want to eat what is provided. Students receive a snack each day at 10:00 am. Please send nutritious lunches with your child. A balanced diet has a large effect on student learning and will significantly assist your child in managing behaviour and gaining understanding in the classroom. A non-perishable food donation in appreciation of this meal is recommended. The donations that we receive will be donated to Chili For Children.
Elementary Students Expectations:
Hats are not allowed. Students must have an indoor and an outdoor pair of shoes. This will be enforced for student safety.
Members of our school community are expected to dress appropriately, in keeping with Catholic values, and to maintain appropriate personal hygiene. Please assist us in monitoring student dress.
- SUCCESS Books are key extremely important in communication between home and school. Ensure you read, discuss and sign your child’s success book daily
- I-Pods (and other personal technology devices) are allowed in the school when BYOT school and classroom guidelines and procedures are adhered to.
- Cell phones must be turned off and not used during school hours for purposes other than educational. See attached BYOT guidelines and Digital Citizenship information.
- Students should not bring valuables, including items such as Game Boys, to school.
- If a student is ill, we ask that parents/guardians call the St. Luke School and Transportation Officer, Elena Chase.
- We invite families to attend all open houses and special events during the year. We really enjoy meeting everyone!
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call the school at 791-7248.
Please support your child’s learning by attending our open houses and parent nights, talking with your child about school, reading together, and by simply showing interest in their learning. These simple actions have a remarkable impact on a young person’s self-esteem and ability to learn. Thank you in advance for supporting our students.