Raider's Weekly

Holy Redeemer Catholic School, April 8

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Mark Your Calendars:

Monday, April 11:

  • Grade 3 - Linking Generations Visit (In School)
  • Grade 3 - Pysanky (In School)
  • Mental Heath Capacity Builder - Laura Cormier - In
  • Fine Arts Rehearsal 3:00 - 5:00


  • Grade 9 ABJ Buddies - with Grade 1 Students
  • Family Wellness Worker - In
  • Fine Arts - Choreographer coming in


  • Hot Lunch - (Order Instructions below)
  • Family Wellness Worker - In


  • Mental Heath Capacity Builder - Laura Cormier - In
  • Kinder Cooking
  • Fine-Arts - After School choreography & Rehearsal


  • Good Friday - No School
  • Have a great weekend!

School Sports and Events Calendar: Click Here

Faith Corner

On Palm Sunday, Catholics celebrate the triumphal entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem, an event that took place the week before the Lord's death and resurrection. Palm Sunday always falls one week before Easter Sunday and marks the beginning of Holy Week. In the Readings, Jesus rides a donkey into Jerusalem and is greeted by a large crowd with palm branches and people shouting “Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord.” Laying their coats and palm branches on the ground was a symbolic way for the people to treat Jesus as their king.

2021/22 Alberta Education Assurance (AEA) Survey

2021/22 Alberta Education Assurance (AEA) Survey

Thank you once again for completing the EICS Assurance survey.

If you have a child in grade 4, 7, or 10, you may have received a survey from Alberta Education to complete as a parent. This survey closes April 1st (extended). Students in Grades 7 and 10 will also complete these surveys as well.

School FEES - Now Due

Please take a moment to log-in to your parent portal and check out your school fees as some fees have been added for Semester 2 Programming and are now due.

Mental Health Corner

This month we are focusing on how we can get more active! We know that getting active is good for our physical health, but it is great for our mental health as well. Here are some ideas you can use to get active as a family this week:

- Go for a bike ride

- Play frisbee, basketball, volleyball, or baseball

- Walk at night and go stargazing

- Go bowling, skating, or to a museum

~Mrs. Cormier

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Highlights from this past week

Please enjoy the following pics from the week....

Nutrition Program

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Holy Redeemer Parent Advisory Council (PAC)

Holy Redeemer Parent Advisory Council (PAC)

Please join us for our PAC meeting Tuesday, April 19 @ 6:30 pm – all parents/caregivers are welcome to join. Some important topics on the agenda include:

1) Spring Fundraising

2) PAC Supported outdoor improvements

Join Google Meeting:

Please see our webpage for more information on meetings:

You can also join our Facebook group:

PAC Plant SALE Fundraiser

This afternoon, your children have come home with the following plant sale fundraiser information sheet. For your convenience, ordering may be placed through the HEALTHY HUNGER @

NEW! 2022-2023 School Year Calendar - Approved by EICS

Common Topics and Quick Links

OLPH Parish

  1. A Reminder about spring registration for First Reconciliation & First Holy Communion INCLUDING a special invitation for family whose children age 7-10 are not yet Baptized. We have special preparation available for those families so the little ones can be welcomed in Baptism during the Easter season then go on to celebrate the other sacraments with their classmates. Please share widely in your classrooms! A direct invitation from the grade 2-4 teachers would be extremely helpful.
  2. Invitations for two different adult Faith Formation opportunities being offered in April by the parish GiFT Committee (Growing in Faith Together.) Please share with all EICS staff and parents. You do not need to be an OLPH parishioner to participate.
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