Students in the Calgary Board of Education travel to school in a variety ways, including walking, taking yellow buses or Calgary Transit or being driven by parents/guardians. Their safety is important, no matter how they get to school and home again.​​​

Playground Supervision & Safety

Please note that students are expected to go directly home or to caregivers unless they are involved in supervised extra-curricular activities. 

Patrols

Our Grade 6 Safety Patrol Team is working diligently to help your child cross the street safely in front of our school. Parents can help in a number of ways including:

  • Walking your child to school
  • Dropping students off along the playground fence (to the north, east and west of the school)
  • Not stopping on the crosswalk or within 5m of the crosswalk
  • Do not stop to drop off children in the marked bus zones – this is a “NO STOPPING” zone so drop offs are not permitted
  • Adjusting driving speed to road conditions

Patrols Cold Weather Policy

Getting to School

Playground Supervision & Safety

Please note that students are expected to go directly home or to caregivers unless they are involved in supervised extra-curricular activities. 

Patrols

Our Grade 6 Safety Patrol Team is working diligently to help your child cross the street safely in front of our school. Parents can help in a number of ways including:

  • Walking your child to school
  • Dropping students off along the playground fence (to the north, east and west of the school)
  • Not stopping on the crosswalk or within 5m of the crosswalk
  • Do not stop to drop off children in the marked bus zones – this is a “NO STOPPING” zone so drop offs are not permitted
  • Adjusting driving speed to road conditions

Patrols Cold Weather Policy

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Today we sent a year end message to families about our planning for school re-entry this fall. Re-entry survey results and a transportation reminder. Check your email to read it online: https://t.co/qFKMVzfIHS #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/2V4iqs1Xqo

Due to increased traffic, we’re experiencing issues with the online report card feature of PowerSchool. Check out these instructions on how to view your report card marks/indicators. Sorry for the inconvenience! https://t.co/8FwiAq3JGW #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/luTVdQ5J6M

This week, members of the Chief Superintendent's Student Advisory Council have thanked CBE staff for their work this year! We conclude this week with a message from Kevin thanking all staff for their dedication day in and day out! https://t.co/Z4H9gogIHS #WeAreCBE

If you think your child may be riding the yellow school bus next year, please register by June 30. You can change your mind with no financial penalty if you decide to make different travel arrangements after routes and travel details are released https://t.co/WGt7Z5he0W #WeAreCBE https://t.co/2gPO63Br7h

This week, members of the Chief Superintendent's Student Advisory Council are thanking CBE staff for their work this year! Eliza (and her dog) have a song to about how “you were there for us” #WeAreCBE https://t.co/iI6E0L6BRh #WeAreCBE

We're pleased to announce the creation of the Collaboration for Anti-Racism & Equity Support Advisory Council (CBE CARES) to hear directly from students, staff and the community. Learn more: https://t.co/qOTFAWsaHi #WeAreCBE #yycbe https://t.co/bEE8YBfJer

This week, members of the Chief Superintendent's Student Advisory Council are thanking CBE staff for their work this year! Today Azmain thanks teachers for helping students become who they are https://t.co/aSmxYbDNMs #WeAreCBE