Lockers

Each student is assigned a hall locker and a Phys. Ed. Locker. It is important that students remember:

  • CBE locks are the only authorized locks for student use.
  • Students are to keep their locker combinations confidential and only use their assigned lock and locker.
  • Valuables should not be brought to school. The school will not be responsible for the disappearance or destruction of locker belongings.
  • Locks are collected at the end of the year. There will be an assessment of $6.00 for any lost lock.
  • Lockers are the property of the Calgary Board of Education and may be subject to searches if deemed necessary by school officials.
  • If a student feels their combination has been compromised, they should come to the office for a replacement lock.
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