Important Dates

We follow the CBE Traditional Calendar. The calendar sets common start and end days, non-instructional days and holidays. For our school’s additional non-instructional days, late entries, early dismissal days and events, see our school calendar page.


First Day of Classes 

The school office is open to parents for registration only, beginning on Wed. Aug. 28, 2019 (9:00) am. There is an optional drop-in for new students on Thurs. Aug. 29, 9:00-10:30 am (note that teachers will be in meetings). Parents are encouraged to practice riding Calgary Transit to school with their students on this day, there will be refreshments and opportunity to connect with other families during this time.

The first day of classes is Tues. Sept. 3, 2019 (8:20 am). Note that the front of the school (Chilcotin Road) is a drop-off zone only. No vehicles may be left unattended. Upon arrival to the main foyer on Tues. Sept.3 (8:00-8:20) maps will outline grade level classroom locations in each wing of the school. Posters will be visible in each wing with the grade level homeroom number, the homeroom teacher name, and the first name, last initial of each student in the homeroom. Staff will be available to address questions and direct students at all entrances to the school.

Grade 6 students will report to the main gym upon entering the school, where they will be directed to their homeroom teacher, who will be holding a large sign. *Class lists have been prepared through the careful lens of teachers working together in teams to ensure the best possible classroom composite. Parent requests received until March 2019 were considered, if they were rooted in a strong instructional or social/emotional rationale. Changes to the homeroom class composites will not be made on the first day of school, as teachers and administrators will be focused on the reintegration of all our students.

School Start & End Times

Our bell times have not changed from last school year and are as follows:
Monday – Thursday 

  • 8:20 am Warning Bell 
  • 8:25 am Late Bell 
  • 2:55 pm Dismissal 

Friday

  • 8:20 am Warning Bell
  • 8:25 am Late Bell
  • 12:55 pm Dismissal

For more information on school hours visit our Contact Us page.

School Supply Lists  

Suggested, optional school supply lists for Grade 6 students are as follows. Common class materials will also be provided to Grade 6 students by their homeroom teachers, purchased through the annual Instructional Resources Fees allocated annually. More information on school fees will be communicated in the near future.

Suggested Grade 6 Student Supply List (September 2019)

Suggested, optional school supply lists for Gr. 6 students are made, below. Common class materials will also be provided to Gr. 6 students by their homeroom teachers, purchased through the annual Instructional Resources Fees collected annually. More information on school fees will be communicated in the near future

For Spanish:

Spanish-English dictionary

Spanish verb dictionary (recommended)

1 color coded binder- 1" Staples® Better® View Binder with D-Rings

Package of dividers for the binder

1 Hilroy Exercise Book, 1/2 Interlined 1/2 Plain, 9-1/8" x 7-1/8", 72 Pages

1 Hilroy Exercise Book Plain Recycled, 9-1/8" x 7-1/8", 72 Pages

For Humanities:

English Dictionary

1" Binder with D-Rings

dividers for binder

For Math

1" Binder with D-Rings

100 pages Graph paper (loose leaf)

Geometry (need a protractor & ruler with cm measurements). A set such as Staedlter Excellence

Basic calculator (not scientific)

2 Poly (plastic) Duo-tangs (8-1/2” x 11”)

Science

1" Binder with D-Rings

2 Poly (plastic) Duo-tangs (8-1/2” x 11”)

In addition to essentials:

Required for all students: Composition Book, 9-1/2" x 7-1/2" 200 Pages (Hilroy or Staples) or a hard cover notebook of equal size and pages for journaling

Agenda or a notebook to track assignments and important information and dates

Loose leaf paper for all subjects (approximately 200 sheets) 

12 HB Pencils

Sharpener 

Erasers

Pencil case

Pens (red, blue and black)

Highlighters (couple)

White-out

Colour pencils

Markers (non-permanent)

Scissors and glue 

Students in Grades 7-9 are strongly encouraged to purchase or re-use supplies from last year, as follows, and to store their supplies at home, replenishing and bringing them to school on an as-needed basis. Note that these supplies will be required throughout the school year, and it is not required that they be all brought to school on the first day of school.

Grade 7 – Student Supply List

  • Binder – 1-2 (1.5 - 2 inch)
  • Binder dividers
  • Reinforcements
  • 8 1/2 X 11 Lined paper with 3-holes (enough for humanities, SLA, and options)
  • 1 Lined paper notebook with 3-holes (to keep inside the binder) or one journal book
  • Graph paper with 3-holes (to keep inside the binder, 100 pages pack)
  • Pens (blue or black ink)
  • 1-2 highlighters
  • Pencils and pencil sharpener
  • Eraser
  • Correction tape
  • 1 fine-tip sharpie and 1 chisel tip sharpie
  • 4 dry erase fine tip markers
  • Coloured markers
  • Pencil crayons
  • Glue sticks
  • Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Geometry set
  • Calculator (Simple NOT scientific)
  • Spanish/English dictionary (recommended, reusable from previous school year)
    • University of Chicago Spanish-English / English-Spanish Dictionary 2013
    • Oxford Compact Spanish Dictionary 2013
    • Vox Spanish and English Student Dictionary Second Edition 2012
  • Spanish verb dictionary (recommended)
    • Barron's 201 Book of Spanish Verbs
    • The Big Red Book of Spanish Verbs
    • Berlitz 601 Verbs

Grade 8 Student Supply List

General

  • Paper agenda for tracking homework (any size, but must be calendar-style 2019-2020 and have a part to record daily notes)
  • Pencil Kit / Case
  • Pencil crayons
  • Markers
  • Highlighters (various colors)
  • Post-it notes (various sizes)
  • Glue sticks
  • Scissors
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Reinforcements
  • Plastic dividers (for each binder) with tabs for labels
  • White out tape
  • 12 inch Ruler (capable of being kept in the binder)

Humanities / SLA

  • Journal – 8.5 x 11, spiral-bound, more than 100 lined pages
  • 1 binder for HUM/SLA
  • 1000 sheets of lined paper
  • Pack of black fine-tipped sharpies

Spanish

Spanish dictionary (Choose one of the recommended versions below)

  • University of Chicago Spanish- English/ English-Spanish Dictionary 2013
  • Oxford Compact Spanish Dictionary 2013
  • Vox Spanish and English Student Dictionary Second Edition 2012

Spanish verb book (Choose one of the recommended versions below)

  • Barron’s 501 Book of Spanish Verbs
  • The Big Red Book of Spanish Verbs
  • Berlitz 601 Verbs

Math

  • Scientific Calculator
  • 1 spiral coil notebook, graph paper 100 pages minimum (.5 cm2)
  • Pack of whiteboard markers (fine)
  • Geometry kit (with compass, protractor, and mixed triangle set)
  • 1 spiral coil notebook, lined paper, 100 pages minimum

Science

  • One binder (of a different color than the Humanities / SLA binder)
  • 1 spiral coil notebook, lined paper
  • 200 sheets of lined (3 hole) paper

Grade 9 Student Supply List

  • Journal notebook – composition
  • Pencils (mechanicals or HB)
  • Eraser
  • Pack of colour pens (4-6 colours)
  • Pack of black or blue pens
  • Whiteout
  • Highlighters (coloured pack)
  • Dividers (2 packs per binder)
  • Coiled graph notebook – minimum 100 pages
  • Scientific calculator
  • White board markers (4 pack)
  • 3 lined notebooks
  • 2 Binders (one white and one yellow)

School Calendar

We are a school that follows the traditional calendar. View our school's Calendar page for upcoming events and dates.  

Noon Supervision  

Students in Grade 6 are supervised by lunch supervisors in a designated area during daily lunch hours (Monday through Thursday, from 11:48-12:32). The lunch hour includes a 25 minute supervised lunch, followed by a 20 minute supervised outdoor play time on the adolescent playground and upper field of the school. CBE Noon Noon supervision fees for Grade 6 students are assigned to parents centrally, and will be communicated shortly.  Parents are requested to go onto PowerSchool and register your student for this service, however, if your student is using this service and is not registered the fee will be applied centrally.

Students in Grades 7-9 follow an open campus model, and must sign an Off Campus Commitment together with their parents at the start of the school year, outlining the responsibilities for safety and good citizenship during lunch hours.

For more information visit our Noon Supervision page.

Registration Information

Please visit our How to Register page for registration details and forms.

The school office is open to parents, beginning on Wed. Aug. 28, 2019 (9:00) am.

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First Day of Classes 

The school office is open to parents for registration only, beginning on Wed. Aug. 28, 2019 (9:00) am. There is an optional drop-in for new students on Thurs. Aug. 29, 9:00-10:30 am (note that teachers will be in meetings). Parents are encouraged to practice riding Calgary Transit to school with their students on this day, there will be refreshments and opportunity to connect with other families during this time.

The first day of classes is Tues. Sept. 3, 2019 (8:20 am). Note that the front of the school (Chilcotin Road) is a drop-off zone only. No vehicles may be left unattended. Upon arrival to the main foyer on Tues. Sept.3 (8:00-8:20) maps will outline grade level classroom locations in each wing of the school. Posters will be visible in each wing with the grade level homeroom number, the homeroom teacher name, and the first name, last initial of each student in the homeroom. Staff will be available to address questions and direct students at all entrances to the school.

Grade 6 students will report to the main gym upon entering the school, where they will be directed to their homeroom teacher, who will be holding a large sign. *Class lists have been prepared through the careful lens of teachers working together in teams to ensure the best possible classroom composite. Parent requests received until March 2019 were considered, if they were rooted in a strong instructional or social/emotional rationale. Changes to the homeroom class composites will not be made on the first day of school, as teachers and administrators will be focused on the reintegration of all our students.

School Start & End Times

Our bell times have not changed from last school year and are as follows:
Monday – Thursday 

  • 8:20 am Warning Bell 
  • 8:25 am Late Bell 
  • 2:55 pm Dismissal 

Friday

  • 8:20 am Warning Bell
  • 8:25 am Late Bell
  • 12:55 pm Dismissal

For more information on school hours visit our Contact Us page.

School Supply Lists  

Suggested, optional school supply lists for Grade 6 students are as follows. Common class materials will also be provided to Grade 6 students by their homeroom teachers, purchased through the annual Instructional Resources Fees allocated annually. More information on school fees will be communicated in the near future.

Suggested Grade 6 Student Supply List (September 2019)

Suggested, optional school supply lists for Gr. 6 students are made, below. Common class materials will also be provided to Gr. 6 students by their homeroom teachers, purchased through the annual Instructional Resources Fees collected annually. More information on school fees will be communicated in the near future

For Spanish:

Spanish-English dictionary

Spanish verb dictionary (recommended)

1 color coded binder- 1" Staples® Better® View Binder with D-Rings

Package of dividers for the binder

1 Hilroy Exercise Book, 1/2 Interlined 1/2 Plain, 9-1/8" x 7-1/8", 72 Pages

1 Hilroy Exercise Book Plain Recycled, 9-1/8" x 7-1/8", 72 Pages

For Humanities:

English Dictionary

1" Binder with D-Rings

dividers for binder

For Math

1" Binder with D-Rings

100 pages Graph paper (loose leaf)

Geometry (need a protractor & ruler with cm measurements). A set such as Staedlter Excellence

Basic calculator (not scientific)

2 Poly (plastic) Duo-tangs (8-1/2” x 11”)

Science

1" Binder with D-Rings

2 Poly (plastic) Duo-tangs (8-1/2” x 11”)

In addition to essentials:

Required for all students: Composition Book, 9-1/2" x 7-1/2" 200 Pages (Hilroy or Staples) or a hard cover notebook of equal size and pages for journaling

Agenda or a notebook to track assignments and important information and dates

Loose leaf paper for all subjects (approximately 200 sheets) 

12 HB Pencils

Sharpener 

Erasers

Pencil case

Pens (red, blue and black)

Highlighters (couple)

White-out

Colour pencils

Markers (non-permanent)

Scissors and glue 

Students in Grades 7-9 are strongly encouraged to purchase or re-use supplies from last year, as follows, and to store their supplies at home, replenishing and bringing them to school on an as-needed basis. Note that these supplies will be required throughout the school year, and it is not required that they be all brought to school on the first day of school.

Grade 7 – Student Supply List

  • Binder – 1-2 (1.5 - 2 inch)
  • Binder dividers
  • Reinforcements
  • 8 1/2 X 11 Lined paper with 3-holes (enough for humanities, SLA, and options)
  • 1 Lined paper notebook with 3-holes (to keep inside the binder) or one journal book
  • Graph paper with 3-holes (to keep inside the binder, 100 pages pack)
  • Pens (blue or black ink)
  • 1-2 highlighters
  • Pencils and pencil sharpener
  • Eraser
  • Correction tape
  • 1 fine-tip sharpie and 1 chisel tip sharpie
  • 4 dry erase fine tip markers
  • Coloured markers
  • Pencil crayons
  • Glue sticks
  • Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Geometry set
  • Calculator (Simple NOT scientific)
  • Spanish/English dictionary (recommended, reusable from previous school year)
    • University of Chicago Spanish-English / English-Spanish Dictionary 2013
    • Oxford Compact Spanish Dictionary 2013
    • Vox Spanish and English Student Dictionary Second Edition 2012
  • Spanish verb dictionary (recommended)
    • Barron's 201 Book of Spanish Verbs
    • The Big Red Book of Spanish Verbs
    • Berlitz 601 Verbs

Grade 8 Student Supply List

General

  • Paper agenda for tracking homework (any size, but must be calendar-style 2019-2020 and have a part to record daily notes)
  • Pencil Kit / Case
  • Pencil crayons
  • Markers
  • Highlighters (various colors)
  • Post-it notes (various sizes)
  • Glue sticks
  • Scissors
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Reinforcements
  • Plastic dividers (for each binder) with tabs for labels
  • White out tape
  • 12 inch Ruler (capable of being kept in the binder)

Humanities / SLA

  • Journal – 8.5 x 11, spiral-bound, more than 100 lined pages
  • 1 binder for HUM/SLA
  • 1000 sheets of lined paper
  • Pack of black fine-tipped sharpies

Spanish

Spanish dictionary (Choose one of the recommended versions below)

  • University of Chicago Spanish- English/ English-Spanish Dictionary 2013
  • Oxford Compact Spanish Dictionary 2013
  • Vox Spanish and English Student Dictionary Second Edition 2012

Spanish verb book (Choose one of the recommended versions below)

  • Barron’s 501 Book of Spanish Verbs
  • The Big Red Book of Spanish Verbs
  • Berlitz 601 Verbs

Math

  • Scientific Calculator
  • 1 spiral coil notebook, graph paper 100 pages minimum (.5 cm2)
  • Pack of whiteboard markers (fine)
  • Geometry kit (with compass, protractor, and mixed triangle set)
  • 1 spiral coil notebook, lined paper, 100 pages minimum

Science

  • One binder (of a different color than the Humanities / SLA binder)
  • 1 spiral coil notebook, lined paper
  • 200 sheets of lined (3 hole) paper

Grade 9 Student Supply List

  • Journal notebook – composition
  • Pencils (mechanicals or HB)
  • Eraser
  • Pack of colour pens (4-6 colours)
  • Pack of black or blue pens
  • Whiteout
  • Highlighters (coloured pack)
  • Dividers (2 packs per binder)
  • Coiled graph notebook – minimum 100 pages
  • Scientific calculator
  • White board markers (4 pack)
  • 3 lined notebooks
  • 2 Binders (one white and one yellow)

School Calendar

We are a school that follows the traditional calendar. View our school's Calendar page for upcoming events and dates.  

Noon Supervision  

Students in Grade 6 are supervised by lunch supervisors in a designated area during daily lunch hours (Monday through Thursday, from 11:48-12:32). The lunch hour includes a 25 minute supervised lunch, followed by a 20 minute supervised outdoor play time on the adolescent playground and upper field of the school. CBE Noon Noon supervision fees for Grade 6 students are assigned to parents centrally, and will be communicated shortly.  Parents are requested to go onto PowerSchool and register your student for this service, however, if your student is using this service and is not registered the fee will be applied centrally.

Students in Grades 7-9 follow an open campus model, and must sign an Off Campus Commitment together with their parents at the start of the school year, outlining the responsibilities for safety and good citizenship during lunch hours.

For more information visit our Noon Supervision page.

Registration Information

Please visit our How to Register page for registration details and forms.

The school office is open to parents, beginning on Wed. Aug. 28, 2019 (9:00) am.

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Do You Have a MyCBE / PowerSchool Parent Account?

Parents who have not already done so, must create an account in MyCBE / PowerSchool to:

  • Pay fees or apply for a waiver

  • Register for transportation and noon supervision

  • View student progress

To create a new account, go to www.cbe.ab.ca/mycbe and click on Create Parent Account. You will need to have your child(ren)’s CBE Student ID Number and use your email on file at the school.​

Fees and Waivers

School fees will be charged to families after the start of the school year in September and October. Online fee payment is the simplest and most convenient way to pay school fees. Parents can use their online account to pay fees or apply for a waiver at: www.cbe.ab.ca/mycbe.

You can find more information on the CBE school fees and waivers​ page.​​​​​​

Further Inform​ation

We look forward to a great year ahead. If you have any questions that we haven’t addressed here, please contact the school. 

For further information visit our CBE back-to-school information​ page.​​​​​

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