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School Board Elections
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Elections for school board trustees will take place on November 22, 2016. While information on the election is available on the election website (http://www.schoolboardelectionsnl.ca/en/index.php) the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development has also developed promotional posters and an information two-pager which have been posted in the school and linked to this post. Please consider running in the upcoming elections or encouraging someone you know who has demonstrated strong... Read More

Foster a Future
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Foster a Future campaign has the goal of increasing fostering resources for children and youth who require out of home care. Please see attached brochure for more information. Foster a Future Brochure Read More

Daily Announcements – “Follow Me on Twitter”
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Students, Staff, Parents/Guardians and Community can get daily updates and announcements by clicking on the “Follow Me on Twitter” link to the right hand bottom corner of this webpage. You do not have to own a Twitter account in order to receive the ‘tweets’. Read More

Upcoming Dates at Roncalli
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Picture Day – Friday, September 16 Breakfast Program Start-up – Monday, September 19 Walk to Breakfast – Friday, October 7 Read More

“UPDATED”Plan for School Opening
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  Roncalli Central High would like to welcome back students and staff to the 2016 – 2017 school year. Parents are informed that Roncalli Central High will be open to staff only, Tuesday, September 6.   School will reopen for the “FULL DAY” for all students on Wednesday, September 7.   Read More

School Opening Information for September 2016 – We are starting our 50th Year
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As the fall and new school year approaches, parents and guardians are asked to note the following: Supply List – To help ensure that your child’s year gets off to the correct start, parents should view the link Junior High Supply List 2016_2017. This list can also apply to senior high students. If you are in a position to supply these items, it will certainly help your child get... Read More

Vote For Jeremy Lewis
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Grade 7 student, Jeremy Lewis, won a couple of awards at the regional Heritage Fair for his project on “Root Cellaring.”  He received the Architectural Heritage Award and his project was further judged and received one of 5 Young Citizens Awards for leadership, knowledge and creativity. As a part of moving further, Jeremy created and submitted a 3-4 minute video for judging. Right now, two people from the eleven... Read More