Online Learning

We hope that everyone was able to enjoy Spring Break, despite the circumstances we all find ourselves in at the moment. Information and guidelines from the CBE continue to arrive daily, so we will have to continue to be flexible and adaptable. 

Below you will find some important information in regards to how students will access online learning (D2L), what their schedule could/will be, and how parents and students should contact teachers when they need them.

 

Schedule:

As per CBE guidelines, students in grades 6 should be aiming for 5 hours per week of time spent on Math and Humanities classes.  We understand that some students may not be able to “join” at the times below for a variety of reasons.  We encourage them to find their 5 hours per week at whatever time works best for your family situation.  If they are able to “join” in at the times below, that’s great.  If not, don’t worry as we will make recordings of our meetings available and we are still accessible by email during regular school hours.

During the times below, students will have real-time access through Google Meet to their regular core teacher to support them in their learning. The link will be emailed to the student’s gmail account approximately 5 minutes prior to the meeting time.  A weekly schedule has also been placed in D2L, where students can see their weekly meeting times. 


Monday

 

9:30 am - 10:00 am: Homeroom Meeting

 

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

 

11:00 am - 12:00 pm: Math

 

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Humanities

 

Friday:

 

11:00 am - 12:00 pm: Homeroom Meeting


NOTE: Teachers are also accessible via email during regular school hours:  Monday-Friday 8:30-3:10

 

Brightspace by D2L:

 

Brightspace by D2L is an online learning platform that the CBE has used for years.  All students who are registered for online learning with the CBE access the materials and learning tools in D2L, and now you will too.  

To login, just google “CBE D2L” or click this link:  https://d2l.cbe.ab.ca/ 

1.     Enter the same user ID and password that you would to login to a computer at school.

2.     Once you have logged in, you will see your Courses.  These are D2L shells that your teachers have set up for you.

3.     Click on the Course you want to go into.

4.     On the homepage of the Course, you will see “Announcements”.  This is a very important area as your teachers will post something daily here.  Please check announcements for each of your courses every day.

5.     On your D2L homepage, there will be “How-To” links on the left hand side that give you more detailed instruction of how to navigate D2L.

 

Contacting Teachers

Because of the incredible volume of emails teachers are now receiving, we are asking that all emails from parents go to our cbe.ab.ca emails and all emails from students go to our educbe.ca emails.  Please see the chart below to find the appropriate email.

 

Email for PARENTS

Email for STUDENTS

 

Mr. Miller – Math 6-1 and 6-2

jbmiller@cbe.ab.ca

jbmiller@educbe.ca

Mr. Kinch – Humanities 6-1 and 6-2

   

tdkinch@cbe.ab.ca

tdkinch@educbe.ca

Mr. Clovis – Math 6-3 and 6-4

drclovis@cbe.ab.ca

drclovis@educbe.ca

Mr. Servos – Humanities 6-3 and 6-4

prservos@cbe.ab.ca

prservos@educbe.ca

Mr. Richardson – Math 6-5 and 6-6

jelrichardson@cbe.ab.ca

jelrichardson@educbe.ca

Ms. Nixon – Humanities 6-5 and 6-6

ajnixon@cbe.ab.ca

ajnixon@educbe.ca


2019 - 2020 Field Trips

Field TripDate(s)Cost
Youth Link - Calgary Police Interpretive CentreOctober 1st (Miller, Kinch)
October 2nd (Servos, Clovis)
October 3rd (Richardson, Nixon)
Approx. $8 per student. Exact cost TBA
Camp Chief HectorMay 11th - 14th, 2020$302.40 per student. 

Information

2019 - 2020 Team:

6-1: Mr. J. Miller - jbmiller@cbe.ab.ca

6-2: Mr. T. Kinch - tdkinch@cbe.ab.ca

6-3: Mr. P. Servos - prservos@cbe.ab.ca

6-4: Mr. D. Clovis - drclovis@cbe.ab.ca

6-5: Mr. J. Richardson - jelrichardson@cbe.ab.ca

6-6: Ms. A. Nixon - ajnixon@cbe.ab.ca


Grade 6

Online Learning

We hope that everyone was able to enjoy Spring Break, despite the circumstances we all find ourselves in at the moment. Information and guidelines from the CBE continue to arrive daily, so we will have to continue to be flexible and adaptable. 

Below you will find some important information in regards to how students will access online learning (D2L), what their schedule could/will be, and how parents and students should contact teachers when they need them.

 

Schedule:

As per CBE guidelines, students in grades 6 should be aiming for 5 hours per week of time spent on Math and Humanities classes.  We understand that some students may not be able to “join” at the times below for a variety of reasons.  We encourage them to find their 5 hours per week at whatever time works best for your family situation.  If they are able to “join” in at the times below, that’s great.  If not, don’t worry as we will make recordings of our meetings available and we are still accessible by email during regular school hours.

During the times below, students will have real-time access through Google Meet to their regular core teacher to support them in their learning. The link will be emailed to the student’s gmail account approximately 5 minutes prior to the meeting time.  A weekly schedule has also been placed in D2L, where students can see their weekly meeting times. 


Monday

 

9:30 am - 10:00 am: Homeroom Meeting

 

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

 

11:00 am - 12:00 pm: Math

 

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Humanities

 

Friday:

 

11:00 am - 12:00 pm: Homeroom Meeting


NOTE: Teachers are also accessible via email during regular school hours:  Monday-Friday 8:30-3:10

 

Brightspace by D2L:

 

Brightspace by D2L is an online learning platform that the CBE has used for years.  All students who are registered for online learning with the CBE access the materials and learning tools in D2L, and now you will too.  

To login, just google “CBE D2L” or click this link:  https://d2l.cbe.ab.ca/ 

1.     Enter the same user ID and password that you would to login to a computer at school.

2.     Once you have logged in, you will see your Courses.  These are D2L shells that your teachers have set up for you.

3.     Click on the Course you want to go into.

4.     On the homepage of the Course, you will see “Announcements”.  This is a very important area as your teachers will post something daily here.  Please check announcements for each of your courses every day.

5.     On your D2L homepage, there will be “How-To” links on the left hand side that give you more detailed instruction of how to navigate D2L.

 

Contacting Teachers

Because of the incredible volume of emails teachers are now receiving, we are asking that all emails from parents go to our cbe.ab.ca emails and all emails from students go to our educbe.ca emails.  Please see the chart below to find the appropriate email.

 

Email for PARENTS

Email for STUDENTS

 

Mr. Miller – Math 6-1 and 6-2

jbmiller@cbe.ab.ca

jbmiller@educbe.ca

Mr. Kinch – Humanities 6-1 and 6-2

   

tdkinch@cbe.ab.ca

tdkinch@educbe.ca

Mr. Clovis – Math 6-3 and 6-4

drclovis@cbe.ab.ca

drclovis@educbe.ca

Mr. Servos – Humanities 6-3 and 6-4

prservos@cbe.ab.ca

prservos@educbe.ca

Mr. Richardson – Math 6-5 and 6-6

jelrichardson@cbe.ab.ca

jelrichardson@educbe.ca

Ms. Nixon – Humanities 6-5 and 6-6

ajnixon@cbe.ab.ca

ajnixon@educbe.ca


2019 - 2020 Field Trips

Field TripDate(s)Cost
Youth Link - Calgary Police Interpretive CentreOctober 1st (Miller, Kinch)
October 2nd (Servos, Clovis)
October 3rd (Richardson, Nixon)
Approx. $8 per student. Exact cost TBA
Camp Chief HectorMay 11th - 14th, 2020$302.40 per student. 

Information

2019 - 2020 Team:

6-1: Mr. J. Miller - jbmiller@cbe.ab.ca

6-2: Mr. T. Kinch - tdkinch@cbe.ab.ca

6-3: Mr. P. Servos - prservos@cbe.ab.ca

6-4: Mr. D. Clovis - drclovis@cbe.ab.ca

6-5: Mr. J. Richardson - jelrichardson@cbe.ab.ca

6-6: Ms. A. Nixon - ajnixon@cbe.ab.ca


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