St. Luke’s Day School is a place where parents can find a place to belong, thanks to the many volunteer opportunities available through PAC. We offer a broad range of activities and services that enhance and enrich our school from family friendly events like book fair and the spring picnic, to helping the school operate in the library and office, and much, much, more. These programs greatly benefit our students and teachers, and all require parent volunteers to make them happen. If you have even an hour to give or a special talent to share, there is a place for you!

BOOK FAIR– “Big on BOOKS, Where DINOS Soar with Santa!

Mark your calendars for the annual St. Luke’s Day School Book Fair from November 26-29th, our newly renovated Fellowship Hall will be filled with tons of great books, music, and activities for a ROARing good start to the Christmas season! SLDS Book Fair is like no other! Along with a MASSIVE selection of hand-chosen books to peruse, children and families are invited to participate in a number of fun activities, including the Pajama Pizza Party, Alumni Afternoon, Grandparents and Special Friends Night, Dad’s Breakfast, Book Talks, Pictures with Santa, and Silhouettes!


Spring Picnic is the school’s annual celebration and fundraiser for the whole family on April 26th. On Blanton Field, families participate together in fun activities, enjoy good food and music, and experience fellowship with other St. Luke’s families. Volunteers are needed to support the success of this fun-filled event!


St. Luke’s Day School has an amazing children’s library filled with books for all ages and interest. Library volunteers reshelve books, incorporate new books into the system and help with miscellaneous jobs in the library.


Help out the people who always help you! The administrative office needs help in general office work such as phone duty, reception and copying. Come and learn about the workings of the Day School office while giving the office staff a helping hand!


This committee plans parent education programs (PEP Talks) featuring speakers who will address parenting, child development and other interesting subjects. Volunteers are needed to help with publicity and event set-up.


Say “Cheese!” Volunteers are needed to escort children to and from on-site photography sessions, check for clean faces and help make the children smile and feel comfortable.  Assistance is also needed with order processing.


Volunteers with this committee escort the Day School children (Pre-K and Kindergarten) in small groups to and from on-site screening for speech/language and vision/hearing screening and oversee the children while they wait to be tested.


On behalf of all the parents, volunteers with the Teacher Appreciation Committee let the teachers know how special they are. Each month, volunteers provide the food or funds for food and assist with the preparation and serving of lunches.


Book Bags are themed bags containing two or three books and several related objects, games or activities. Pre-K and Kinder students have the opportunity to check out these bags and bring them home to enjoy! The Book Bag Committee is responsible for helping Pre-K and Kinder children check book bags out and in, maintaining and updating current book bags as needed.


Transportation Day is March 26! The Committee is responsible for coordinating vehicle presenters for the much loved event featured transportation of all types. Here Trips are special presentations in lieu of Field Trips that students enjoy several times a year. Volunteers are needed to help with communication, logistics and scheduling.