About

Holy Family School is a Kindergarten to Grade 5 facility serving the communities of Deer Park south of 39th Ave, Lancaster Meadows and Vanier in Southeast, Red Deer, Alberta. The school has a population of about 500 students and is a Catholic centred site for learning.

Our school is easily recognized from the outside. We have several rainbow-painted skylights that shine into our atrium. We are located in Deer Park in the eastern section of Red Deer.

  • Mrs Rori-Lynn Daniel, Principal
  • Mrs Stacey Martz, Vice-Principal
  • Mrs Marian Foster, Admin Assistant
  • Mrs Kelley Labrecque, Admin Assistant 
  • Mrs Rhonda Schmidt, Admin Assistant

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  • Ms Rae-anne Gies, Kindergarten
  • Mrs Kristine Houghton, Kindergarten

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  • Mrs Annette Grieman-Kocins / Denise Larre, Grade 1
  • Mrs Aarone Schlag, Grade 1
  • Mrs Jill Williamson, Grade 1

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  • Ms Elida Bastos, Grade 2
  • Mrs Carola Hanasyk, Grade 2
  • Mrs Lynnsey Tetreau / Cathy Ratzlaff, Grade 2

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  • Mrs Linda Downey, Grade 3
  • Mrs Betna Huddleston, Grade 3
  • Mrs Desiree Pearson, Grade 3

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  • Mr James Perich, Grade 4
  • Mrs Michelle Weatherill, Grade 4
  • Mrs Katrina Willms, Grade 4

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  • Miss Debra Edens, Grade 5
  • Miss Rebecca Kostura, Grade 5
  • Ms  Donna McCann, Grade 5

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  • Mrs Cori Bussard, Phys Ed
  • Mrs Jackie Weddell, Phys Ed

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In order to continue to maintain a high level of safety and security for all in our schools, we would like to take this opportunity to inform you of Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools' procedures regarding responding to high-risk behaviours. High-risk behaviours include, but are not limited to, possession of weapons, bomb threats and threats to kill or injure others.  

We as a school system have been involved in safety and response training with our staff and community partners. We have developed a plan for responding to situations in which students may pose a threat to themselves or others. Should any student engage in behaviour which threatens or appears to threaten the safety of themselves or others, our protocol for dealing with high-risk behaviours will be activated. Should you wish to review, please check out our Administrative Procedure No. 315: Threat Assessment Protocol.

This letter is to serve our parents and students with fair notice that we, as a school community, will respond to serious threats in a professional manner. We appreciate your support in ensuring our schools are safe environments for your children. If you have any questions, please call your school principal.