St Luke School Welcomes You!
Forms for the 2015/16 School Year
If you are looking for the forms for the forthcoming school year, you can find them all here in our Google Drive folder.
Please contact the office if you are unable to find what you are looking for.
New Teacher Web Pages
Over the summer we've been busy updating the web pages that our teachers use to update parents classroom news. The new webpages will not only look fun & friendly, but they'll encourage interaction with staff and the wider SLS community.
As soon as we are ready we'll update this information with a link to the new pages.
Summer Math Challenge
Hopefully your summer is off to a great start. The weather has certainly cooperated. Even if your child has not thought about math since school dismissed, it is not too late for them to take on the summer math challenge. If you missed the notice in the Thursday packet during the crazy final weeks of school or your child’s Summer Math Challenge tracking sheet mysteriously disappeared, the form and list of suggested resources is available on the home page of stlukeshoreline.org under the title “Summer Math Challenge”.
Students experience 2 to 3 months of learning loss on average if they do not practice their math skills over the summer. Imagine how pleased your student’s teachers will be not to have to spend two months reviewing prior year material! The Summer Math Challenge translates into about 20 minutes a day Monday through Friday for the remaining 8 weeks of the summer. This is very doable, especially with your encouragement and support.
To help you motivate your child, we will be holding a celebratory picnic on the upper field at noon on the first day of school. A completed signed tracking sheet is the admission ticket to this event. More details about the party will be emailed in August along with an RSVP request to aid our wonderful party organizer: Amy Davis. (Parents, please let Amy know if you are able to help in any way.)
King County Earth Heroes
Students, teachers and other members of the SLS community recognized in the local Shoreline Area News, click here to read more. And CONGRATULATIONS to all those mentioned in the article!
Refer a Family to the school - it Pays!
Tell a friend about the school and when they register you will receive ONE MONTH's FREE TUITION for ONE CHILD! To find out more information just click the image on the left!
Share our success and we will do the rest! Prospective parents can tour the school, visit with Mr. Boyle, and get answers to their questions!
CYO SPORTS - 2015 Track Registration
Registration for 2015 Track, Boys and Girls, Grades 4th - 8th is now open, just click here.
PowerSchool Mobile Apps
Parents can access PowerSchool from their mobile devices by downloading the relevant app. When installing you will require the school district code, which is: KHDH and of course your username & password that you use to access PowerSchool from your browser.
Tweet Us #StLukeSchoolWA
So we can keep you up to date with important announcements from the school please follow us on Twitter You can view our latest tweets in the twitter feed - below right of this page!
The parents club have a new email address: ParentsClub@StLukeShoreline.org
From the Speech Team
Are you intrigued on how to capture and hold the attention of an audience?
Have you ever wanted to be able to speak confidently about topics that interest you?
Does reading aloud from literature, favorite books, or plays thrill you?
Do you like competition? Do you like writing? Then click here for more information.
Speech Club Handbook
The Speech Club Handbook is now available here for download.
Support the School
Shop at Amazon? Then access their website by clicking on the image below, then you'll be helping the school each time you make a purchase.
H20 For Life
H20 for life is an organization the educates students on the global water crisis. St. Luke School is partnered with two other schools to raise money for a school in Ecuador. This school has 250 students, and they are in desperate need of clean bathroom facilities. The goal is $5K. Click on the image below to make a donation!
If you're looking for articles that previously appeared here, you can find them in the archives.