Volume 1, Issue 22 - Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools


Volume 1, Issue 22 - Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools
News from the Superintendent
February 25, 2010
Coming Soon @ Red
Deer Catholic Regional
• Faith Day
March 1, 2010
Mass with Archbishop Smith
at St. Mary’s Church
Speaker Immaculée
Ilibagiza at École
Secondaire Notre Dame
High School
• Education Foundation First
Annual Fundraiser
March 1, 2010 at 7:30 pm
Westerner Park, Marquis
Left to Tell by Immaculée
Tickets $25 - available from
Black Knight Inn Ticket
Centre NOW!
Paulette’s View online at www.rdcrd.ab.ca
Volume 1, Issue 22
Students Play Lots of Music!
Over 200 students from École Camille J. Lerouge School, École Mother Teresa
School, St. Thomas Aquinas School, École St. Marguerite Bourgeoys School and
St. Francis of Assisi School participated in the Red Deer College “Clinics on
Campus Band Workshop” last week. What an experience it was for all - a funfilled day of learning and developing a life-long love and appreciation of music.
• School Board Meeting
Tuesday, March 2 at 7:30
Montfort Centre
• Little Women Musical by
Notre Dame Students
March 4, 5 & 6, 2010
Memorial Centre
Tickets $20 (Students $15)
See newsletter for more info.
• An Evening with Walter
Gretzky - Notre Dame
March 13, 2010
Holiday Inn on 67 Street
Many thanks to teachers Glen Traquair, Tim Brehaut, Daphne Armitage, Kellie
Holmes, Kim Klassen and Angela McLean who organized this exceptional
learning opportunity for our students!
The Year of the Priest
In gratitude for their amazing
pastoral care in our schools and
community, students and staff
from St. Francis of Assisi School
and St. Elizabeth Seton School
made a presentation to Father
Les Drewicki and Father Julien
Your comments are
Bilyj. Thank you for honouring
always welcome!
[email protected] our priests who faithfully minister
to our students and staff!
• ACSTA Catholic Conference
March 12 –13, 2010
Mayfield Inn, Edmonton
Inspired by Christ. Aspiring to Excellence.
Leadership Students Support
Big hearts at Notre Dame
On Shrove Tuesday, staff and students at École
Secondaire Notre Dame High School held a pancake
breakfast in an effort to raise money for Naah, the
school’s foster child in Ghana. Everyone enjoyed the
social gathering and the hot breakfast. The $2
donations from everyone who attended raised over
$350 for Naah!
This week the Leadership students of École
Secondaire Notre Dame High School helped support
Alberta Olympians by creating a banner with over
500 signatures and words of support. The banner then
traveled to Vancouver with teachers Madelene and
Lee Caine. It is on display at the Alberta House for all
visitors to see!
Notre Dame High School has been home to many
Olympians, such as Long Track Speed Skater Jeremy
Wotherspoon and Luger Reagan Lauscher!
Thank you to all the students and staff who worked on
sending best wishes to Canadian athletes. You have
made it possible for our entire Division to be in
Vancouver in spirit!
Thank you to students and staff, including Mrs. Jennifer
Koffin, for organizing this successful fundraiser and preLent event!
ND Boys Curling Team Moves On...
“ Let’s Get Growing ” at
Our Lady of the Rosary School
ND students
competed in the
Curling Areas last
weekend. The
boys team won
both games
qualifying #1!
The boys played
very well and represented the school superbly. They
will compete in the zone tournament this weekend in
Ponoka. Congratulations to the team and coach
Radean Adams. GOOD LUCK this weekend!
Students at Our Lady of the Rosary School learned
about healthy eating this week and are embarking on
a project called “Let’s Get Growing” that will see them
grow vegetables to make a salad! Happy gardening!
Safe and caring schools are places that give respect and dignity to students
and where their safety and well-being are paramount at all times.
Paulette’s View
Volume 1, Issue 22

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