Keep Those Plastic Caps Coming!

Keep Those Plastic Caps Coming!

Have you ever wondered how long the plastic cap from a water bottle stays in a landfill?  Sixth grade Social Studies classes have been learning about those types of things in their study of the Earth's natural resources.  And they have decided to do something with what they've learned - to make it … [Read more...]

Masterpiece of the Week


Fourth graders have spent a lot of time learning about explorers in Social Studies.  In art class, they drew pictures of the sailing ships explorers might have used crossing the oceans and traveling the world.  They used oil pastels and a watercolor wash, and were proud of making their ships look … [Read more...]

2015 School Spelling Bee


St. Luke School held its annual Spelling Bee on Tuesday, January 13th.  Forty students participated - eight from each grade, fourth through eighth.  Participants earned a spot in the school's bee based on coming in first or second in their classroom bee (fourth and fifth grade), or placing in the … [Read more...]

December Christian Citizens of the Month


Our Christian Citizens for December were recognized at a special luncheon with Mrs. McDuffie and Mrs. Oliver on Friday, January 9th.  Congratulations to:  Luke Blankenship, Julie Irvin, Taylor Myers, YuHan Todd, Esme Adams, Walt Adams, Clara Fuller, Anne Sluder, Mila Ayala, Molly Gobbel, Maxwell … [Read more...]