​​​​​​​​​​Tools

Links to common tools used by CBE staff.

  • Brightspace by D2L | secure environment for collaboration, blogging/communication, organization and assessment
  • Google Docs | Quickly create new documents and open existing ones. Share with others to edit together.
  • Insite | Find key information and news on our internal website.
  • myBlueprint | Self-directed learning resource to help students plan for high school
  • PeopleSoft | Login to access our human resource management system.
  • PowerSchool Admin (SIS) | All SIS documentation resides here, including registration, scheduling, attendance, marks, fees, government reporting and CBE reports.
  • PowerTeacher (SIS) | Add attendance, marks and comments to SIRS
  • SchoolMessenger | Send group messages to specific recipients
  • Self-Serve Password Tool | For forgotten passwords or trouble logging in
  • SmartFind Express | Manage substitute teacher bookings
  • Student Account Tool | Add attendance, marks and comments to SIRS
  • Webmail | Send, receive and organize your email on the web.

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​Retired Staff

If you are a retired CBE staff member looking for forms and documents about your retirement benefits, visit the retired staff ​page on the CBE website.

Former Staff

If you are a former staff member and need to reach the CBE to update your records, contact the Employee Contact Centre at 403-817-7333.​​​​​​

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