Red Deer Catholic Regional School Division

Nine First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students from across Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools received the Honouring Spirit: Indigenous Student Award. (Image from Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools)

Indigenous students in central Alberta receive Honouring Spirit award

Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools students recognized

 

The Saving Grace Animal Society is among three local charities who will benefit from money raised by St. Martin de Porres School students in Red Deer. (Black Press file photo).

Red Deer students raise money for central Alberta charities

Lesson in philanthropy benefits three local charities

 

Lee-Anna Robertson, and her son Tye, say École Secondaire Notre Dame High School failed to survey parents to find out their preferences for graduation. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

Red Deer family wants to attend graduation ceremony

‘They deserve to have something to remember. Students have suffered exponentially’

 

Notre Dame High School Grad Service Project partnered with Cilantro and Chive to help raise money for Smiles Thru Lindsey Foundation. (Photo contributed)

Big Smile burger raises money for charity

Notre Dame High School Grad Service Project and Cilantro and Chive join forces

Notre Dame High School Grad Service Project partnered with Cilantro and Chive to help raise money for Smiles Thru Lindsey Foundation. (Photo contributed)
FILE - More than 700 Grade 5 girls played different sports, such as soccer and softball, and participated in various interactive sessions during the 16th annual Go Girl event at the Collicutt Centre on May 9, 2019. (Photo by Advocate staff)

Grow Kids goes virtual for Red Deer students

Grade 5 students with Red Deer Catholic and Public Schools to participate

FILE - More than 700 Grade 5 girls played different sports, such as soccer and softball, and participated in various interactive sessions during the 16th annual Go Girl event at the Collicutt Centre on May 9, 2019. (Photo by Advocate staff)
Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools has decided its schools will not pilot the new draft curriculum for kindergarten to Grade 6 students in the fall. (Photo contributed)
Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools has decided its schools will not pilot the new draft curriculum for kindergarten to Grade 6 students in the fall. (Photo contributed)
Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools has a new public engagement website. (Contributed graphic)

Red Deer Catholic Schools are launching a new public engagement website

RDCRS Connects will provide feedback opportunities

Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools has a new public engagement website. (Contributed graphic)
Kim Pasula, board chair of Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools. (Contributed photo.)
Kim Pasula, board chair of Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools. (Contributed photo.)
École Secondaire Notre Dame High School fine arts students will perform in a virtual performance of ‘Something Rotten’ March 24 to 27. (Image from Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools)
École Secondaire Notre Dame High School fine arts students will perform in a virtual performance of ‘Something Rotten!’ March 24 to 27. (Image from Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools)
École Secondaire Notre Dame High School fine arts students will perform in a virtual performance of ‘Something Rotten’ March 24 to 27. (Image from Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools)
École Secondaire Notre Dame High School fine arts students will perform in a virtual performance of ‘Something Rotten!’ March 24 to 27. (Image from Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools)
(Image from Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools)

Red Deer students enter Skills competition

Regional competition begins this month

(Image from Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools)
A statement from Education Minister Adriana Lagrange’s office said the government approved online learning for some schools in Alberta out of an abundance of caution. (Advocate file photo).

Alberta Federation of Labour calls school outbreaks alarming

‘This virus can spiral out of control very quickly’

A statement from Education Minister Adriana Lagrange’s office said the government approved online learning for some schools in Alberta out of an abundance of caution. (Advocate file photo).
Many students and staff at St. Joseph High School are in COVID-19 quarantine. (File photo by Advocate staff)
Many students and staff at St. Joseph High School are in COVID-19 quarantine. (File photo by Advocate staff)
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FCSS grant helps pay for counselling at central Alberta Catholic school

‘It will enrich the mental health of students’

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Game Changers in the Modern Workforce scholarships were awarded to eight former students from Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools. (Image contributed)

Former Red Deer Catholic students receive scholarships

$1,000 scholarships awarded to high school apprenticeship students

Game Changers in the Modern Workforce scholarships were awarded to eight former students from Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools. (Image contributed)
Red Deer Catholic schools report 1% drop in enrolment

Red Deer Catholic schools report 1% drop in enrolment

Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools’ enrolment is 10,364 students. The number includes…

  • Oct 5, 2020
Red Deer Catholic schools report 1% drop in enrolment
Artwork by Grade 8 student Deneen Hawryszko will represent Orange Shirt Day at Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools. (Photo contributed)

Student invokes bear to represent Indigenous strength

Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools project

  • Sep 29, 2020
Artwork by Grade 8 student Deneen Hawryszko will represent Orange Shirt Day at Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools. (Photo contributed)
The Julie Burke Memorial Bench was unveiled to the Father Henri Voisin School community on Wednesday. (Photo contributed)
The Julie Burke Memorial Bench was unveiled to the Father Henri Voisin School community on Wednesday. (Photo contributed)
Maryview School students arrive for their first day of classes Monday. “Back to school is always a special time. It’s always a busy time and an exciting time, I think this year more so,” says Bruce Buruma of Red Deer Public Schools, which begins welcoming its students back Tuesday. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

Two-metre distancing rule doesn’t apply to schools

Schools reopen for Red Deer Catholic Regional School students

Maryview School students arrive for their first day of classes Monday. “Back to school is always a special time. It’s always a busy time and an exciting time, I think this year more so,” says Bruce Buruma of Red Deer Public Schools, which begins welcoming its students back Tuesday. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Students will have to try to maintain social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19 when they return to classes in the fall. (File photo submitted by Red Deer Catholic Schools)

No delay in classes for Red Deer students

Classes resume before Labour Day

Students will have to try to maintain social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19 when they return to classes in the fall. (File photo submitted by Red Deer Catholic Schools)
Students will have to try to maintain social distance to prevent the spread of COVID-19 when they return to classes in the fall. (File photo submitted by Red Deer Catholic Schools)

Social distancing will be a challenge in classrooms

Parents insist on consultations with school boards

Students will have to try to maintain social distance to prevent the spread of COVID-19 when they return to classes in the fall. (File photo submitted by Red Deer Catholic Schools)