Children’s Center News

What’s New at St. Luke’s Children’s Center?

St. Luke’s Children’s Center was first established as a ministry of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in`1973. During that first year, our teachers excitedly set out with 2 classes and 35 students. Their first directors, Joyce Dubis and Elizabeth Snyder, wrote, “Our goal is the development of the whole child – mentally, physically, and spiritually, allowing opportunity for individual attention so that each child can progress according to their own ability and develop a good self concept. Our curriculum for our children includes an open classroom situation with opportunities to grow through art, music, language experiences, field trips, health, safety, home-living and dramatic play, interest in books, math readiness, physical education, active outdoor play, sciences, and a special time for snacks and relaxation.”

Although many years have gone by since we began, and our center has grown a lot over the years, St. Luke’s goals and curriculum are not too different today than they were back at the the beginning. We are still committed to the development of the whole child – mentally, physically, and spiritually, and we allow our children continual opportunities for learning and growth as they create, build, investigate, and set out to discover the world around them.

Monthly Newsletters

Click below to catch up on the latest monthly news at St. Luke’s Children’s Center:

SLCC September 2018 Newsletter

SLCC July 2018 Newsletter

SLCC June 2018 Newsletter

SLCC May 2018 Newsletter

SLCC April 2018 Newsletter

SLCC March 2018 Newsletter

SLCC February 2018 Newsletter

SLCC January 2018 Newsletter


Director: Kristen Common
Curriculum Coordinator, Supervisor: Jane Martin
Administrative Assistant: Jadira Lanthier
Phone (843) 871-6666
Fax 1-888-371-1892