Jan 18
In-school learning January 18-22 - completion week

​In an attempt to reduce the possibility of Covid-19 exposures in our school community, we will be shifting to supporting students in course completion, credit recovery and wrapping up any final assessments in student's classes. Teachers will be communicating with their students once they have completed their courses. This means that when students are finished their work, they would not be required to be in the school until semester 2 starts on February 1.

We will run our regular bell schedule Monday, Jan 18—Friday Jan 22, but only students that need to attend to complete/meet outcomes for their courses should be attending. Friday, January 22 will be the last day for students to hand in work to be assessed for semester 1 courses. This is not a shift to online learning for this week.

 ts can access an update on current marks on MyCBE and classes will resume during the week for students who need to complete work during class time to meet outcomes prior to the end of the semester on January 22. Report Cards for semester 1 will be available on MyCBE on February 3. MyCBE / PowerSchool link

Semester 2 student timetables can be accessed on MyCBE and students are encouraged to log on to check what courses they are enrolled in.

Any grade 11 and 12 student who have not recently spoken with their guidance counselor to verify semester 2 courses are asked to please send them an email.

 

Jan Davis-Walker                                 Heather Hood

Last Names A – L                                 Last Names M – Z

jedaviswalke@cbe.ab.ca                     hehood@cbe.ab.ca

403-248-4054 ext 2408                        403-248-4054 ext 2409

There are no scheduled classes the week of January 25-29. Students that are requesting to work with a teacher or staff member are asked to make an appointment prior to coming to the school.

Semester 2 will begin on Monday, February 1 with a brief homeroom block at 8:30am.

 

Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.

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