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St. Luke the Evangelist Catholic School

(515) 985-7074
Office hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30am - 4:00pm
Summer Hours (June & July) 9:00am - 2:00pm

Green Gala Wrap-Up

The Green Gala would like to give A BIG Thank You to our generous Sponsors, Silent and Live Auction Donors and Attendees! Because of all of you, we had a successful night. We are still working on the final number, but we raised OVER $42,500 and had 46 new attendees! We hope you all enjoyed the night as much as we did. Make sure to save the date for the 4th Annual Green Gala to be held on February 8, 2020.

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2019-20 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

Registration for the 2019-2020 School Year is now open. Spots are available in grades Kindergarten through 7th grade. St. Luke's School provides a unique Christian learning experience that will lay the foundation for our students to be successful and productive citizens. School staff and current parents are willing to answer questions if you are interested. Please call 515-985-7074 to schedule a tour. Visit our FAQ page for details about St. Luke's School and what attending Catholic School means for your child. Please visit our Register a New Student page for important registration documents.

2019 VALENTINE'S DAY FUN

Our 6th graders spent their Valentine's morning playing bingo, socializing, and eating cookies with residents at Journey Senior Living of Ankeny. 

2019 VALENTINE'S DAY PARTIES

February 13 our students enjoyed a St. Luke's Spirit Day and Valentine's Day parties! All grades participated with games, crafts and treats. A special thank you goes out to our dedicated homeroom moms, who work hard to help the teachers give the students a fun holiday treat!

2ND GRADERs VISIT THE IOWA WOLVES GAME

Our second graders went to the Iowa Wolves game on February 5. They learned some new fitness moves, did some Iowa Wolves math problems, witnessed great teamwork, and had fun watching the Wolves win!

2019 CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK

The 2019 Catholic Schools Week took place January 27 - February 2. The week kicked off with a student-led Mass and social, and then each day there were different activities, such as pajama day, read and feed (bring a snack during reading time), wear your favorite team shirt day, the 100th day of school, and a school talent show. Students also learned about Catholic vocations from several guest speakers, including Father Adam and Deacon Fred.