Catholic school input sought from public

Red Deer Catholic schools are reaching out to the community for input and discussion, through an Internet conversation.

Red Deer Catholic schools are reaching out to the community for input and discussion, through an Internet conversation.

Your School. Your Voice, was launched by the Red Deer Catholic Regional School District board of trustees to engage with students, parents, staff, the Catholic community in Central Alberta and the community at large.

“Schools are at the heart of students’ success and the board of trustees would like to know what could be done to make our schools even better,” said Adriana LaGrange, board chair. “The online conversation gives everyone a voice in planning for our schools.”

The idea behind the conversation is to invite all these groups to submit ideas on how to improve their school, to comment on ideas submitted and to rank them.

For more information, go to www.rdcrb.ab.ca.

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