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Registration Now Open For New Inglewood Elementary School

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  • By Sheldon Spackman

    Registration is now open for Don Campbell Elementary School in Red Deer’s Inglewood neighbourhood. Officials with Red Deer Public Schools say registrations are being accepted on January 9th from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm & 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Then on January 10th from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm only and January 11th from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm & 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Registrations will take place online and at the Collicutt Centre where staff will also be available to answer any questions.

    Don Campbell Elementary School will be home to 500 students from Pre-Kindergarten to grade five with potential for growth to 600 students. It’s set to open in September of 2017.

    Don Campbell Elementary is located at 99 Irving Crescent at the corner of Inglewood Drive and Irving Crescent and is the newest Red Deer Public School.

    (Photo Courtesy of Red Deer Public Schools)


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    Camille Lerouge Athletic Director honoured for year round dedication

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  • From Red Deer Catholic Schools

    We would like to congratulate Dan Cormier, Athletic Director at École Camille J. Lerouge School on winning a Commendation Award through the Health and Physical Council (HPEC).

    This award is given to teachers’ who have outstanding contributions to health and/or physical education.

    Cormier is very involved in the school community. He coaches a variety of different sports, including badminton, basketball and track/field. Also, Cormier is the lead organizer of the ski club in the winter, cross country running in the spring and the school-wide aquathon in the fall.

    “Dan Cormier is constantly thinking of new ways to keep our students active and have them find success in school and in life. We are so blessed to have him be part of our school community,” said Principal, Dorice de Champlain, at École Camille J. Lerouge School.

    For more information, please visit http://www.hpec.ab.ca/hpec-certificates-of-commendation-awards17


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    St. Joseph Grad Service Project week for Family Services of Central Alberta

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  • From Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools

     It’s Grad Service project week for Grade 12 students at St. Joseph High School. This year, students have chosen to support Family Services of Central Alberta through their Grad Service project, because of what the organization stands for, specifically with youth anxiety and seniors with dementia.

    “We are so excited to be raising awareness and support for Family Services of Central Alberta as their organization coincided with not only the issues-of-interest our students identified and also aligned with our school’s faith journey. Helping those most vulnerable in our community (the young and elderly) is something our students are very passionate about,” said Grad Service Project Coordinator, Ashley Visscher at St. Joseph High School.
    During this week, students are participating in activities that raise awareness and support for Family Services of Central Alberta, which includes:
    • Monday, April 29 – Grad Fundraising Kick-Off Barbeque, where students can purchase a hot dog and pop for lunch.
    • Tuesday, April 30 – Restaurant Takeover at State and Main with local celebrity servers and a silent auction.
    • Wednesday, May 1 – Dessert Day, where students can purchase ice cream sundaes.
    • Thursday, May 2 – Movie Day, where all students can pay to watch Spiderman in the gymnasium.
    • Friday, May 3 – Paint Day, where Father Henri Voisin School students partner with high school students to learn about regulating emotions through artwork.
    St. Joseph High School serves over 690 Grade 10 to 12 students in Red Deer. As a learning institution, the St. Joseph High School is committed to serving students with a complete offering of learning opportunities delivered within the context of Catholic teachings.

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