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You will not want to miss this event!

"The Year of the Wildcat"
Celebration: April 30th from 6-8pm.
Be on the lookout for more information as we get closer to this event!

Middle School Parent Information 

The following students will be representing St. Luke's in the  Coastal Kids Quiz  competition on April 26, 2018

Shelby Stevens, Kallie Ott, Dean Chastain, Hannah Baker, and Anfisa Frasenyak. 

This group has been rigorously preparing for the competition with after school practices and a hands on trip to the Dauphin Island Sea Lab. Mrs. Dixon took a break from Robotics to make sure our students had an exceptional experience at the Sea Lab. Thank you to this group for representing us in this 
elite Science Competition. 

Go Wildcats!!
Wow! Once again, you all have exceeded our expectations and helped us surpass our Boosterthon goal of $18,000.00. As of today, we have pledges totaling over $20,000 and over 96% of those pledges have been collected. Your efforts and generosity will allow us to select a specific project to improve our school.

Our top 10 earners rode in style, via limousine, to Chick-fil-A with Dr. Keesee on  March 15th. 

Boosterthon Top Ten:
Landon Villegas
Mary-Katherine Brasel
Bennett Wallace
Shelby Stevens
Isabelle Stricklin
Jonah Dominescy
Noah Grafton
Ella Bentley
Olivia Frye
Emma Kate Frazier

Thank you for helping us exceed our goal and for your continued support!
What it means to be a Wildcat

We at the University Campus have begun honoring one student a week as the school flag bearer.  This student is nominated by a teacher and is one who exemplifies the values of St. Luke's school.  

The flag is presented to the student  on Friday , and he or she then meets Mr.Anderson to raise the flag until the next flag bearer is named.  Our first flag bearer was Rush Watson. Last week's flag bearer was Noah Chaltain and this week's new  flag bearer is 
Claire Hamilton.

Way to go Wildcats!
Chess-nuts Spotlight                

Mohammed Shahrouj: 8th grade
How long at SLS: 2 years
Favorite subject: History 
Favorite snack: Hamburgers
Has played Chess for 2 yr.
What do you like best about Chess? 
(A) I like how the King is the most important piece but it is also the weakest. 

Daniel Grafton: 6th grade
How long at  SLS: 8 years
Favorite subject: Science
Favorite snack: Ravioli
Has played Chess for 1 year.
What do you like best about Chess? 
(A) It helps me focus and discipline my mind. 

Attention Parents:

Spring Evaluations

Football: Rising 7-12 graders
April 23-26, 4-5:30pm
April 30-May 2, 4-5:30pm

Boys Basketball: Rising 7th and 8th graders
May 14-15, 3:45-5:15pm 

Boys Basketball: Rising 9-12 graders
May 14-18, 3:45-5:15pm

Girls Basketball: Rising 7-12 graders
May 7-11, 3:45-5:15pm

Volleyball: Rising 7th and 8th graders
April 16-20 6-7:30pm

Volleyball: Rising 9-12 graders
April 9-12, 6-7:30pm

*Volleyball and Basketball will meet in the University gym. **Football will meet on the University Football Field 

We look forward to seeing everyone. 
Go Wildcats!
Brunch with Badges

The faculty and staff planned a special  Brunch for  Badges on March 21, 2018. We invited those who serve in our precinct to drop in between  8:30-10:30

The students made cards and snacks for the 1st responders, telling them how much we appreciate all they do. 

Egg Drop Project

Mrs. Haynes students  participated  in a project for Physics. The students were asked to build a device to hold three raw eggs that would be dropped from various heights to explore the concepts of momentum and collisions. The device should be built so that the force of impact on the eggs would be lessoned as they hit the ground. 

Bright young minds at work!

We are excited to tell you about a new AmazonSmile promotion that will launch soon. Amazon is tripling the donation amount to 1.5% when customers make their first eligible purchase from March 12th - 31st. This is a great opportunity to increase St. Luke's AmazonSmile donations! 

Please shop at,
from March 12th -31st, for 3x the impact! 

Go to and help Amazon donate to St. Luke's Episcopal School.

Go Wildcats!!

Cash Bash is almost upon us and someone is going to win A LOT of money! 

Join us for the fun on April 21st at the newly renovated gym on the Japonica Campus.  Once again this year it is super easy to purchase tickets, either fill out the order form and return it with your payment to either Mrs. Sandy on the Lower Campus or to Student Services on the Upper Campus.

You can also purchase online via Smart Tuition,
just click on this link:

*Feel free to share the link, you don't have to be a Smart Tuition
user to buy, it is open to anyone!*
Remember tickets are very limited this year, and this without a doubt is going to be the best Cash Bash yet...

As we did last year the classroom, on the lower campus, that sells the most tickets receives a PIZZA PARTY and the teacher of that class will win a SPA Day! For every ticket you purchase or that is purchased through you (for yourself, family, friends, coworkers, etc). ALL of your Japonica Campus students will get credit (please make sure that the students name is one the order form). For example, if you have 2 students and you buy a ticket, grandparents purchase one ticket and a co-worker buys a ticket, both of your children will get credit for 3 tickets sold.
Likewise for the upper campus students, those who are involved in the sale of a ticket will receive an out of uniform day!  
Remember, your ticket not only enters you into the Draw Down, but it provides admission for 2 to the Cash adult evening of food, fun, and friendship.  Information will be coming home on a regular basis....but be sure to put the date on your calendar and help us spread the word.


All proceeds benefit St. Luke's! 

Spring Festival t-shirt order forms are now available. This form  MUST  be printed and
turned in.

*All orders are due March 28, 2018* 

Visit our website to make an online purchase today!

YDL Announcements:

Our YDL Track teams competed in the championship meet  Thursday  afternoon in Satsuma. They fought hard and ran fast and were able to both come home with second place trophies. We had several individual medal winners:

Boys 1600 
Garrett Dolbear 1st 

Girls 1600
Emily Miles 1st
Rowan Yeager 3rd

Boys 800
Garrett Dolbear 1st

Girls 800 
Emily Miles 1st

Boys 400
Garrett Dolbear 2nd

Girls 400 
Emily Miles 2nd

Boys 200 
Tyree Durgin 3rd

Boys 100
Tyree Durgin 2nd

Girls 4x100
Cammie Waite
Claire Seelhorst 
Hannah Baker
Emily Miles 3rd

Boys 4x400
Tyree Durgin 
Matthew Pearce 
Elliott Merrick 
Garrett Dolbear 2nd

Girls 4x400
Cammie Waite 
Rowan Yeager 
Chloe Yates
Emily Miles 3rd

Girls Long Jump
Hannah Baker 3rd

Boys Shot Put
Brody Hale 2nd

Girls Shot Put
Cammie Waite 1st
Chloe Yates 3rd

It was a great season!!!

If you have any questions you may contact Steven Waite at or 251-533-2510 .  

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