Nelson Mandela has a limited number of day use lockers which students may use. Day use lockers are available each day on a first come, first served basis. Items placed in Day Lockers must be removed at the end of the school day when students leave. Failure to do so may result in your items being removed and placed in lost and found.

All lockers have an electronic lock and require an individual to enter a four digit code to secure and open the locker. It is important to enter and keep the code confidential and not share it with anyone. Students find it helpful to record the locker number or take a photo of their locker with their cell phone as a reminder of which locker they are using. 

These lockers are property of the Calgary Board of Education. Use of a locker is a privilege and students must respect this privilege or it will be revoked.

Students who take PE are assigned a locker for the semester.

Lockers

Nelson Mandela has a limited number of day use lockers which students may use. Day use lockers are available each day on a first come, first served basis. Items placed in Day Lockers must be removed at the end of the school day when students leave. Failure to do so may result in your items being removed and placed in lost and found.

All lockers have an electronic lock and require an individual to enter a four digit code to secure and open the locker. It is important to enter and keep the code confidential and not share it with anyone. Students find it helpful to record the locker number or take a photo of their locker with their cell phone as a reminder of which locker they are using. 

These lockers are property of the Calgary Board of Education. Use of a locker is a privilege and students must respect this privilege or it will be revoked.

Students who take PE are assigned a locker for the semester.

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