Daily Bulletin

February 20, 2020

Cafeteria Supervision       

Library Supervision          

NEW ITEMS

  • National Biology Competition – Thursday April 30th 10:30 – 12:00 (period 1)
    This is a 50 multiple choice question exam put out by the University of Toronto.  There is a fee of $8 per student to register ($7 for the exam entrance fee and $1 toward the cost of shipping).  Last year our team score got us in third place in Canada! Students who wish to register must give their name to their Science teacher or to Ms. Rivers by Wednesday, February 26th and bring exactly $8 to Ms. Rivers over the next two weeks (morning tutorial room 176 or the main office).
  • Hey Western! Now that the new semester is getting started, we wanted to tell you about an opportunity for academic support outside of school! Two alumni from Western started an initiative providing students from low-income families with free tutoring. CanShine is now accepting students for their free tutoring program. If you are interested in becoming involved, please pick a business card from Mr. Kufeldt’s office, or visit canshinetutoring.com
  • St. Mary’s University – Program Experience Night – Wednesday, March 11, 2020 from 5:45 p.m. to 8 p.m. If you are considering St. Mary’s as your university, you are invited to attend the Program Experience Night to get a taste of what your degree will be like. A light dinner will be provided for all guests and students are welcome to bring one parent/guardian to attend a Family Support Orientation session. RSVP by Friday, March 6, 2020 at stmu.ca/experience. 

Recent Items

  • University of Regina – Admission on the Spot  – Thursdays, March 5 anytime from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Delta Calgary South (135 Southland Drive SE). Students please bring a copy of your detailed academic report from myPass. This is a great chance for students to get their applications in, have their questions answered, and receive scholarship help.
  • Girls Field Hockey season is around the corner! If you are interested in trying out we have an information meeting on February 24th at lunch in room 177. Tryouts will start on March 9th in the morning. Initial tryouts will be off-site so all participating students will need to have the necessary off-site forms signed and returned by March 4th. Forms will be available at the pre-season meeting and, after that, outside the science office, room 180. Please email Ms. Trainor, cetrainor@cbe.ab.ca if you have any questions.
  • Attention Parents/Guardian of Grads

If you DID NOT receive the grad email message sent on Tuesday February 4th - then it is possible you have not opted-in to receive these emails. After verifying that the message was not directed to your spam/junk folder, please visit http://calgary.schoolmessenger.com/cbe_subscribe  to opt in to receive grad emails or verify status with the main office. All grad messages will be sent using this system.

If students are not seeing the message, then they should speak to Mr. Smith.

  • Grade 12 Students who are graduating this year, make sure everything is in place to ensure your graduation; on your myPass account, check that you have met all graduation requirements. If you have any questions, please see your counsellor. Also, there is a handy checklist available in the Student Services office to help you check.

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Student Bulletin

              

Daily Bulletin

February 20, 2020

Cafeteria Supervision       

Library Supervision          

NEW ITEMS

  • National Biology Competition – Thursday April 30th 10:30 – 12:00 (period 1)
    This is a 50 multiple choice question exam put out by the University of Toronto.  There is a fee of $8 per student to register ($7 for the exam entrance fee and $1 toward the cost of shipping).  Last year our team score got us in third place in Canada! Students who wish to register must give their name to their Science teacher or to Ms. Rivers by Wednesday, February 26th and bring exactly $8 to Ms. Rivers over the next two weeks (morning tutorial room 176 or the main office).
  • Hey Western! Now that the new semester is getting started, we wanted to tell you about an opportunity for academic support outside of school! Two alumni from Western started an initiative providing students from low-income families with free tutoring. CanShine is now accepting students for their free tutoring program. If you are interested in becoming involved, please pick a business card from Mr. Kufeldt’s office, or visit canshinetutoring.com
  • St. Mary’s University – Program Experience Night – Wednesday, March 11, 2020 from 5:45 p.m. to 8 p.m. If you are considering St. Mary’s as your university, you are invited to attend the Program Experience Night to get a taste of what your degree will be like. A light dinner will be provided for all guests and students are welcome to bring one parent/guardian to attend a Family Support Orientation session. RSVP by Friday, March 6, 2020 at stmu.ca/experience. 

Recent Items

  • University of Regina – Admission on the Spot  – Thursdays, March 5 anytime from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Delta Calgary South (135 Southland Drive SE). Students please bring a copy of your detailed academic report from myPass. This is a great chance for students to get their applications in, have their questions answered, and receive scholarship help.
  • Girls Field Hockey season is around the corner! If you are interested in trying out we have an information meeting on February 24th at lunch in room 177. Tryouts will start on March 9th in the morning. Initial tryouts will be off-site so all participating students will need to have the necessary off-site forms signed and returned by March 4th. Forms will be available at the pre-season meeting and, after that, outside the science office, room 180. Please email Ms. Trainor, cetrainor@cbe.ab.ca if you have any questions.
  • Attention Parents/Guardian of Grads

If you DID NOT receive the grad email message sent on Tuesday February 4th - then it is possible you have not opted-in to receive these emails. After verifying that the message was not directed to your spam/junk folder, please visit http://calgary.schoolmessenger.com/cbe_subscribe  to opt in to receive grad emails or verify status with the main office. All grad messages will be sent using this system.

If students are not seeing the message, then they should speak to Mr. Smith.

  • Grade 12 Students who are graduating this year, make sure everything is in place to ensure your graduation; on your myPass account, check that you have met all graduation requirements. If you have any questions, please see your counsellor. Also, there is a handy checklist available in the Student Services office to help you check.

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You could sit front and centre at the March 8 Calgary Flames game vs. the Las Vegas Golden Knights! All proceeds from the online auction will support the CBE’s Fuel for School breakfast program https://t.co/EIBOcoPyAl #WeAreCBE @EdMattersYYC https://t.co/UKpsx6oUUk

RT @UsihChristopher: Hundreds of staff in attendance at the CBE Staff Association Convention at Centennial High School. Thank you Chair Dennis & SAA Directors for your support! #WeAreCBE https://t.co/YoGdDNlKvb

We wish all of our teachers and support staff a wonderful two days of enrichment at your annual conventions! #WeAreCBE #CCTCA2020

Our schools are closed Thursday and Friday for Teachers’ Convention and Monday for Family Day. Have a fun and safe, extra-long weekend! Classes resume on Tuesday Feb 18 #WeAreCBE https://t.co/WDfzc1Co8E

RT @JackJamesHS: Student success is our priority. So proud of our students who presented to the @yyCBEdu Board of Trustees & shared their stories. Skill development in CTS & transitions to the workforce is an important focus of our school-teachers & students work as a team for student success https://t.co/ctdsij089x