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Welcome to St. Luke’s School!
Here you will find news and information and see all the great things happening at St. Luke’s School!   We hope you enjoy your visit, and we encourage you to check back for updates!  Click on the link to view a video showing what we’ve been up to!
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Contact us for information, a tour or a visit!
We have programs from 3-year-old preschool, 4-year-old kindergarten through 8th grade.  You’re welcome to come and see the good things happening at St. Luke’s. Please call the school for more information.  Tuition grants are available.

Jessica Herfl and Tammy Alt give a banking presentation to St. Luke's 7th & 8th grade.

Jessica Herfel & Tammy Alt give a banking presentation.

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Royal Bank comes to St. Luke’s!
Jessica Herfel and Tammy Alt from the Royal Bank came to St. Luke’s to talk to students in grades 5K-8 about money, banking, and saving.  They are shown here with students from the 7th & 8th grade class where they discussed the proper way to write checks, keep a register, and budgeting for a household that included a variety of incomes and situations.

Tammy Alt assists Zach Limmex with his simulated checking account.

Tammy Alt assists Zach Limmex with his simulated checking account.

Jessica Herfl helps Samantha Stingley and Allison Williams balance their budgets.

Jessica Herfel helps Samantha Stingley & Allison Williams balance their budgets.

 

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Alumni return to St. Luke’s
Ross Radel
Ross Radel is a former St. Luke’s student who has his PhD in Nuclear Engineering and is President of Phoenix Nuclear Labs. He returned to his grade school alma mater to speak to 5-8th grade students about nuclear engineering and some of the many uses for nuclear fusion and some of the things that are in development in the field of nuclear science.  Students learned a lot about Ross’ profession as well as the vast potential of nuclear energy.

 

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Wisconsin’s Letters About Literature Competition
Semifinalist- Elizabeth Stingley (grade 8)
Elizabeth will be traveling to Neenah, WI on April 23rd for the Fox Cities Book Festival to receive recognition.  Elizabeth wrote a letter to the author: Maya Angelou explaining to her how one of her poems made a difference in her life.  If selected, national winners will be announced by the Library of Congress in late April.

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Delta Kappa Gamma Literary Competition
(6-8th grades)

The first place winners read their books at the Lambda Chapter meeting for the members, parents, teachers, etc.  WRCO was there and videotaped & recorded the reading of the books.   CLICK HERE to listen!  Check our Facebook page to see videos of Olivia, Joe, and Erika.

Winners: Olivia Wittmann tied for 1st place for 6th grade, Ericka Heath 1st place for 7th grade, Joseph Ryan 1st place for 8th grade, Ava Liegel 2nd place for 7th grade, Macy Bindl 2nd place for 7th grade, Zachary Paulus 2nd place for 8th grade, William Jewell 3rd place for 8th grade, Elizabeth Jewell 3rd place for 6th grade.

Winners: Olivia Wittmann tied for 1st place for 6th grade, Ericka Heath 1st place for 7th grade, Joseph Ryan 1st place for 8th grade, Ava Liegel 2nd place for 7th grade, Macy Bindl 2nd place for 7th grade, Zachary Paulus 2nd place for 8th grade, William Jewell 3rd place for 8th grade, Elizabeth Jewell 3rd place for 6th grade.

Honorable Mention was: (first row) Abi Cummings 6th grade, Ethan Wickman 6th grade, (second row)Tasha Limmex 8th grade, Samantha Stingley 8th grade.

Honorable Mention was: (first row) Abi Cummings 6th grade, Ethan Wickman 6th grade, (second row)Tasha Limmex 8th grade, Samantha Stingley 8th grade.

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Non discrimination statement: St. Luke School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origins to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.