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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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.
Welcome to Mrs. Bee & Ms. Mueller
Mrs. Rachel (Frank) Bee will be our new third grade teacher. Rachel is currently living in South Carolina, is a St. Luke Alumna and the daughter of Brian and Jodi Frank. She and her husband will be moving back to the area soon. Ms. Heather Mueller is our new fourth grade teacher. Heather, a UW Platteville graduate, has done a fair amount of subbing for us this past year, is from Ithaca, and is the daughter of Diane (our 7th & 8th grade teacher) and Dale Mueller.
Mark your calendars for August 23rd for St. Luke’s Golf Outing. We will begin to take registrations on Monday, July 21 at 8:30 a.m. More information about the Golf Outing is available by calling the school or the parish office, 546-2482. We are looking for golfers – you need not be good as this is a four person scramble…duffers accepted! If you would like to sponsor a hole for yourself, your business, in memory or in honor of someone, please call the parish office or the school office. We are also looking for people to help that day or to join this great committee. Be in touch!
Good Student Award Winner
Brandon Wastlick, son of Darrin & Catrina Wastlick, is the 2014 recipient of the Good Student Award from St. Luke’s Catholic School in Plain. Staff and students vote for the eighth grade recipient of the award. This student should not only demonstrate all the marks of a good student academically, but must also be well-rounded and exhibit the characteristics of good citizenship. Brandon is involved in sports and has participated in plays, music and shares his talents with others in church. He is a good friend, a very willing and dependable volunteer, and a young man who lives his values and is very comfortable doing so. This is a traveling award; each year a new name is added and the recipient keeps the award in their home for the coming year.
Mrs. Accola Announces Retirement after 25 years!
After 25 years at St. Luke’s School, Mrs. Judy Accola will be erasing her chalk board for the last time as she retires at the end of this school year. Over the years Mrs. Accola has taught a variety of grades, and many, many students. Many of her past students consider her one of their favorite teachers and they can still sing the state song, and all the books of the Bible. She has been loved by many and will be missed by all. Happy retirement!
Congratulations to our 8th grade graduates!
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.