Welcome from our PA President:

Karen Stamoulis, Parents' Association President

“St. Luke’s is more than just a school. It is a vibrant community dedicated to encouraging every student to achieve all they can academically, artistically and on the playing field. It is also a close-knit family of teachers who are passionate about supporting students as they take risks, explore new interests, make new friends and grow into unique and valued individuals. We feel so fortunate to have sent both of our children to school here, Kate ’18 and Will ’22. St. Luke’s is also an incredibly welcoming place for both students and their families. At St Luke’s, we are so lucky to have such an engaged and friendly parent population. As parents, you are already members of the PA, and we encourage you to take advantage of the many opportunities to become involved in the life of our school. I look forward to seeing you on the Hilltop!”

PA Events

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  • Oct
    23

    Gaining Techspertise presented by Matthew Bavone and Mark Chuhta

    St. Luke’s TE(A)CH Office is excited to offer, for the third year in a row, the parent class - Gaining Techspertise.
    This roughly five-week blended course aims to help parents grapple with the question of how to best assist their children in navigating the temptation-filled technological landscape of today. The class is designed to give a cursory overview of current restriction tools, provide an open discussion about best practices and help parents connect and learn from one another. 

  • Oct
    24

    RESCHEDULED: An Evening with Gareth Fancher

    "Building The Critical Skills Of Emotional Agility - Lessons From 40 Years On The Hilltop"
    Forese Family Fireplace Commons
    In recent years, research has shown a consistent link between well-being, emotional intelligence and optimal student achievement. Helping students improve their self-awareness and confidence, regulate their emotions and impulses, and increase their empathy pays off not just in improved behavior, but in measurable academic achievement. High emotional agility is directly related to improvements in attention, memory and learning, good decision-making, relationship quality, physical and mental health, creativity and performance. Learn about how we are approaching the teaching of these skills at St. Luke's through an informative and interactive presentation. 

    Please register here.
  • Nov
    6

    Gaining Techspertise presented by Matthew Bavone and Mark Chuhta

    St. Luke’s TE(A)CH Office is excited to offer, for the third year in a row, the parent class - Gaining Techspertise.
    This roughly five-week blended course aims to help parents grapple with the question of how to best assist their children in navigating the temptation-filled technological landscape of today. The class is designed to give a cursory overview of current restriction tools, provide an open discussion about best practices and help parents connect and learn from one another. 

  • Nov
    7

    PA Master Class featuring Michael Mitchell, designLab Director

    Intro to Design Thinking 


    designLab
    Spend an evening with designLab Director Michael Mitchell to learn about and then practice the creative problem solving approach known as design thinking. You will work through activities and exercises in empathizing with others, developing 'creative confidence', and prototyping using various tools and technologies within the designLab.
     
    Drinks and light snacks will be provided.
     
    Please register here.
  • Nov
    20

    Gaining Techspertise presented by Matthew Bavone and Mark Chuhta

    St. Luke’s TE(A)CH Office is excited to offer, for the third year in a row, the parent class - Gaining Techspertise.
    This roughly five-week blended course aims to help parents grapple with the question of how to best assist their children in navigating the temptation-filled technological landscape of today. The class is designed to give a cursory overview of current restriction tools, provide an open discussion about best practices and help parents connect and learn from one another. 

  • Nov
    26
  • Dec
    10

    Holiday Boutique

    Classrooms - Fireplace Commons - Fireplace
    This holiday season, please consider giving gifts that also help others. On Tuesday, December 5, the Forese Family Fireplace Commons will be transformed into a small shopping village with nonprofits selling holiday gift items that benefit their organization. Parents are encouraged to come get some shopping done! In addition, the School Store will have a pop-up shop featuring lots of cozy SLS/Storm spirit gear and stocking stuffers to meet your holiday shopping needs! Boutique hours are 3:00pm-5:00pm. Most booths will accept cash and checks only. The School Store will accept credit cards.
  • Dec
    20

    PA Cookie Stroll

    Classrooms - Fireplace Commons - Fireplace








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  • Parents' Association Mission

    The St. Luke’s Parents’ Association consists of all parents and guardians of students enrolled at St. Luke’s School. Its goal is to build and strengthen the entire school community through educational, informational, social, and fundraising projects. The Parents’ Association supports the mission of the school, in partnership with faculty, administration, and the Board of Trustees, to prepare students for a lifelong commitment to learning and social responsibility. The Association encourages all members to volunteer and become involved in the activities of the school.

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  • Parents Association Members

    Every parent is a member!

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  • Parent Volunteer Committees

    Many opportunities throughout the year to engage and participate in your child's St. Luke's experience

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  • Hours Volunteered in School Store

    Parents Association volunteers run the St. Luke's School Store. 
St. Luke’s School is a secular private school in New Canaan, CT for grades 5 through 12 serving 25 towns in Connecticut and New York. Our exceptional academics and diverse co-educational community foster students’ intellectual and ethical development and prepare them for top colleges. St. Luke’s Center for Leadership builds the commitment to serve and the confidence to lead.