First Day of School Sept. 1, 2022
Hello Glenbrook Families,
Online report cards will be enabled for viewing from June 28, 2022 (8 a.m.) to July 28, 2022 (8 a.m.) on the MyCBE portal. The Online Report Card is not available through the Mobile App. We recommend using a computer to view the report card. During this window, legal guardians / independent students are welcome to view and print report cards from the online portal. You can also view the report card information through a list view. While it will look different from a report card, the list of indicators (K - Grade 9) / marks (Grade 10-12) and report card comments are all the same as what you will see on the online report card.
Lunch Registration and Bussing
Registration for lunch supervision will open on Monday August 15 in MyCBE. All students in Grades 1-6 who stay during the daily lunch break must be registered and pay for the annual fee.
If you are interested in using transportation next year, we encourage families to register as soon as possible. Although the deadline for addresses to be considered for bus stop placement has passed, bus registration is on-going. By registering early, your child/children will be eligible for bussing the first day of school. Bussing registration can take up to 6 weeks in September for processing and parents will be responsible in getting their student(s) to school. Bus registration can be done throughMyCBE.
Important Upcoming Dates
| August 30, 31 |
- Office is open from 8:15 AM to 3:15 PM
- Students who need visit the school due to identified complexities can visit the school from 11 am to 12 pm Tuesday Aug. 30
- Email Ms. Boucher email@example.com to arrange this.
- 9 AM -First day of classes- Teachers will meet students outside the building and bring them inside.
- Kindergarten families please bring your students on Sept. 1 at 9 am please watch for a welcome email .
Have a safe and enjoyable summer!
Please be advised that AHS has updated the the Daily Checklist for students attending school. See below:
Dear Glenbrook Families,
After 6 wonderful years at Glenbrook, and 35 years as an educator, I have made the decision to retire next month. My last day at Glenbrook will be October 16th. This is not a Covid related decision, It is an I'm turning 55 next month decision. I apologize for the awkward timing of being less than 2 months into school. The decision was not an easy one because of my deep commitment to Glenbrook, its students, its staff, and to the greater CBE community that supports our mission. My passion for teaching has not subsided, and my love for students has not subsided.
When I was appointed as Principal of Glenbrook in 2014, I was so excited. I had so many ideas and dreams for this school, and I am happy to say I have seen them to fruition. Having been here for 6 years, I have known many of the students since they were in Kindergarten and enjoyed watching them grow and learn over the years, building some very special relationships. I consider myself extremely fortunate to have served as an educator in CBE; in such a vibrant and supportive community; a community where education is valued as a top priority by students, teachers and parents alike. I am blessed to have been a colleague to such extraordinary faculty and staff, and I am humbled by the fact that parents have entrusted a portion of their child's education with me.
Please know that my dedication and commitment will continue throughout the next month, as I work with Education Director Darlene Unruh to provide a smooth transition for the incoming principal.
I want to thank you for all your encouragement, support and trust you have shown me over my years at Glenbrook. I am confident that Glenbrook will continue flourishing academic excellence for students in the years to come.
Today, Premier Jason Kenney and Education Minister Adriana LaGrange announced that all schools across the province will return to classes under Scenario One – which means that in-school classes will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 1 with health measures in place. We are very excited to welcome our students back to school, while keeping everyone as safe as possible.
Strong staff/student relationships are crucial for student learning and in the fall, staff will be focused on rebuilding strong connections with their students, particularly following a prolonged absence from school. Learning will begin starting from each student’s current level of achievement.
Students, staff and parents can expect a near-normal school experience under Scenario 1, but we must still be prepared to move between all three potential scenarios as the COVID-19 situation evolves. No matter which scenario is in place, the CBE will strictly follow Alberta Health guidelines to minimize risk of disease transmission. To do this, we will need everyone’s cooperation to stay home when they are feeling unwell, and to follow all health protocols as they evolve over time.
In-person learning is preferred for all students, but we acknowledge that there are some students who may not be able to return to in-person learning right away. For these individuals, the CBE will offer access to an online learning approach in the 2020-21 school year until such time as they are able to return to in-person learning.
Next week, we will share our re-entry plan with our families, which will include the changes we will implement in our schools. Throughout the month of August, we will provide regular updates with details and information families will need before sending their children back to school.
Thank you for your understanding as we work together to ensure the safety of our students and staff.
Our staff and
a task force at the CBE are making plans for schooling around all 3 possible
scenarios that were announced. on June 10 by Education Minister Adriana
LaGrange and Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Deena Hinshaw. It was
announced the preferred and likely scenario is that students will return to
daily in-school classes in September. We understand that the government will
share its decision by Aug. 1 on which scenario will be in place at the
beginning of the school year. The government has also provided public health guidance for
schools and the
measures that would be required or suggested to reduce risks. Please read
through the link to learn about the protocols that will be implemented to
protect students and staff when we return.
More details on school
re-opening will be shared as it becomes available.
For the most up to date information about the CBE’s
approach to COVID-19 and the actions we are taking, please visit the CBE website. Answers to frequently asked questions will continue to be posted as
information becomes available.
STUDENT AND FAMILY WELLNESS
recognize that this is a time that may cause challenges to student and
family wellness. Please know that we have supports in our schools and
district to assist your children. There are also several supports in our
community that could assist as well. There are some in this link (attachment)
as well as some highlighted below:
- 2-1-1 (call or text): Community and Social
Services Help Line (for basic needs, financial support, food,
housing information, etc.)
- 8-1-1 (call): Health Link
Mental Health: 403-943-1500
403-691-5991 Only telephone and online counselling are available
Centre: 403-266-4357 The call
centre is closed, with staff working remotely. Support is still available
Eastside Family Centre: 403-299-9696 Only telephone
and e-therapy services are available
Kid’s Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868
Mental Health Help Line: 1-877-303-2642
Catholic Family Services - Rapid
Access Counselling: 403-233-2360 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
SUPPORTS FOR FAMILIES DURING COVID-19
Alberta 211 - call 211 for urgent food support
Calgary Food Bank - request food hampers by calling 403-253-2055.
Bagging for Calgary Kids - $20 grocery gift card for children who recently
received a free lunch at school through BB4CK. Visit https://bb4ck.org/help. This will require
families to complete information online.
Calgary Co-Op - free care packages for anyone required to be quarantined as
directed by a public health agency, until April 15 or while supplies last.
Email a request to email@example.com
or call 403-219-6064.
Additional food supports: Meals for Individuals in Need and Food Banks and
Hampers. See FAQ for links.
Link: COVID-19 Parent FAQ
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