Communication Between Home and School

We believe ongoing communication between home and school is vital for optimal student success.

The school and school council cooperate to email a weekly update each Sunday to all of our families via School
Messenger. This update will include information about what is happening at the school as well as upcoming
events.

Classroom teachers will also communicate day to day information such as what has been happening in class,
upcoming activities, homework, and reminders via School Messenger. Teachers welcome emails from parents,
and this is usually the best way to contact teachers. Teachers will inform parents of their email address at the
beginning of the school year and they can also be accessed on our school website. It is also possible to phone
the school for more immediate concerns.

Report cards are sent home in January and June each year and there are conferences planned for all students in
September, November and March. Meetings can also be arranged at other times of the year. Information about
other opportunities to share student learning will be shared once plans are finalized.

It is important to note that teachers cannot accept phone calls while they are teaching and they often do not have a chance to check their email during school hours.  They do check their email at least daily and will respond to any inquiries within 24 hours.  

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Communication Between Home and School

We believe ongoing communication between home and school is vital for optimal student success.

The school and school council cooperate to email a weekly update each Sunday to all of our families via School
Messenger. This update will include information about what is happening at the school as well as upcoming
events.

Classroom teachers will also communicate day to day information such as what has been happening in class,
upcoming activities, homework, and reminders via School Messenger. Teachers welcome emails from parents,
and this is usually the best way to contact teachers. Teachers will inform parents of their email address at the
beginning of the school year and they can also be accessed on our school website. It is also possible to phone
the school for more immediate concerns.

Report cards are sent home in January and June each year and there are conferences planned for all students in
September, November and March. Meetings can also be arranged at other times of the year. Information about
other opportunities to share student learning will be shared once plans are finalized.

It is important to note that teachers cannot accept phone calls while they are teaching and they often do not have a chance to check their email during school hours.  They do check their email at least daily and will respond to any inquiries within 24 hours.  

Subscribe to Receive Our School Messages

Don't miss out on topics such as picture days, student fees, field trip costs, yearbook, fun lunches, and more.

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The Board Chairs of the four metro school boards have issued a statement asking the Minister of Education to reconsider the Alberta Government’s ban on seclusion rooms (Ministerial Order 006/2019) https://t.co/276eSkXIiP #yycbe https://t.co/T3TH2c98k5

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Will your child be using a yellow school bus or Calgary Transit to get to school this school year? Check out some important updates, including route maps, on our website: https://t.co/9QubIOxKVE #yycbe https://t.co/XA8aFglF7k

Welcome back to our modified calendar school students! Hope you and your teachers a great first day of classes. We wish you a wonderful school year full of learning! #WeAreCBE https://t.co/S3u5xdyIIa

Yellow school bus route maps have been posted! We’ve also posted information about yellow school bus transportation and Calgary Transit for next year on our website https://t.co/MiiFWpDFUt #WeAreCBE #yycbe https://t.co/f4UuXLGGE6

Yellow school bus route maps for the 2019-20 school year are now posted on the CBE website: https://t.co/OvY7HRyW0M #WeAreCBE #yycbe https://t.co/88H91IiWTQ

Niitsatapi Learning Centre needs new play equipment. @EdMattersYYC is raising money for replacement equipment. Learn more at: https://t.co/qzuMtkr1Ps #WeAreCBE #yycbe

Most CBE traditional calendar school offices open on Wednesday, Aug 28 and classes begin on Monday, Sept 3. Check your school calendar for details #WeAreCBE #yycbe https://t.co/SrAzrvHPzx

Only a few more days left of summer vacation for our modified calendar schools. Their school offices open on Monday, Aug 12 and the first of classes is Thursday, Aug 15. Check your school calendar for details #WeAreCBE #yycbe https://t.co/8042yBjWba