Personal Belongings

Cell Phones 

While we understand the reasoning behind children having cell phones on their way to and from school, we cannot permit their use during school hours. Cell phones must be turned off during school hours and must either be kept in the student’s backpack or be given to the teacher for safekeeping. Any cell phone features and applications are not to be used at school. If students need to contact parents during school hours permission must be obtained from the child’s teacher to use the school phone. Cell phones must also be kept in backpacks or coat pockets on the way into and out of the school. Students not adhering to these rules for the use of cell phones will have them taken away. Students are not to use cell phones for any purpose during school hours.

Electronic Games and iPods

We expect that students will NOT bring electronic games and iPods to school. These often get broken or get misplaced. The school cannot take responsibility for these items. If lost, it is up to the student to look for the item during non-class time with the support of a family member.

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Friday, Sept 24 is a system-wide non-instructional day so there are no classes for CBE students. Have a safe long weekend and please continue to follow all public health measures #WeAreCBE https://t.co/2BCAzks4jb

RT @UsihChristopher: We all recognize the benefits of in-person learning. We are doing everything we can to minimize transmission of COVID-19 in our schools. We NEED your help! To all employees and students (who are eligible): Please get vaccinated as quickly as possible. Thanks for sharing message!

Thank you @JackJamesHS for sharing information about the history of Treaty 7 on the anniversary of its signing #WeAreCBE #WeAreAllTreatyPeople https://t.co/QeXj9cNonO

RT @Indigenous_cbe: Today is fall equinox - a time when daylight & nighttime share the sky equally. Today is also Treaty 7 Day - the 144th anniversary of the signing of Treaty 7. The 🌞 & 🌙s equality today teaches us how to honour the treaty...by walking together in equal partnership. #welcomeoko https://t.co/7nUdmGVAVL

A number of CBE schools have participated in #StudentVoteCanada last week and today to learn about democracy in action #WeAreCBE https://t.co/XugrIa8ZpC