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Ensure your child is aware of all after school arrangements, pick-ups and appointments prior to the begin-ning of the school day. We will not interrupt classes to give students messages. If you arrange an ap-pointment for your child during school hours, please come into the office to sign him/her out, ensuring you arrive in ample time for us to locate your child prior to the appointment.

Contingency Planning

Do you have a back-up plan in place with your child with regards to arrangements for pick-up after school? Talk with your child about where to look for you if you are not at the school on time. Will you be coming into the school? Should your child look for you outside? Does your child know all important phone numbers or have them in their backpack for reference? Does your child know the importance of always leaving a mes-sage on your telephone when calling you for any reason from the school? Having these contingency plans in place helps to relieve stress and disruption for your child.


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RT @UCalgaryPeds: Last week, twenty-two @UCalgaryMed pediatric residents visited @yyCBEdu high schools across the city with a mission to destigmatize #mentalhealth issues and connect students with resources and support that they may need. @RebeccaEHay Read more: https://t.co/LiWx9cxppJ

Congratulations to the new Board of Trustees! Wards 1 & 2 - Dana Downey Wards 3 & 4 - Laura Hack Wards 5 & 10 - Marilyn Dennis Wards 6 & 7 - Patricia Bolger Wards 8 & 9 - Susan Vukadinovic Wards 11 & 13 - Nancy Close Wards 12 & 14 - Charlene May https://t.co/SUu2azHv6W #yycbe https://t.co/BgbeDl2pyQ

RT @NickleCBE: Environmental Stewardship students are as busy as ever learning to grow plants from cuttings and runners, as well as setting up our tower gardens... looking forward to the first harvest soon! #WeAreCBE @NickleParents https://t.co/gnUFBCBPXw

RT @WesternRedhawks: Vienna E in grade 10 has been doing a research assignment in her class studying the significance of Indigenous community leaders. In this work she pays tribute to indigenous artist Daphne Ojig. @Indigenous_cbe #worldview #goodforall #wearecbe https://t.co/5CXYE0U3Z3