Parent Resources

Resources that parents and guardians may find helpful.

PowerSchool

Parent Teacher Conferences

General Information

Volunteering

Early French Immersion Websites of Interest

Multiage Approach Informational Videos

Multiage Approach Readings and Research Articles

Education Sessions – Alberta Health Services

1 in 5 children and youth experience mental health problems (CDC, May 2014). The Community Education Service (CES) provides FREE education sessions on child, youth, and family health and mental health topics for parents, caregivers and those working with these populations. CES education sessions are hosted at the Alberta Children’s Hospital and at various venues in Calgary and nearby communities. Select sessions are available via audioline or videoconference.

Kindergarten Resources

What will my child be learning in Kindergarten? Kindergarten Curriculum at a Glance 


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RT @UsihChristopher: As a system, we are working together every day to build positive and inclusive learning and work environments for everyone. Addressing racism and discrimination is ongoing work. Thanks to CBE CARES Advisory Council (students, staff, parents&Trustees), Elders & community partners!

RT @UsihChristopher: I know families have questions about the new public health measures announced today. We will review and update parents/guardians when we have more information. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. #WeAreCBE

RT @UsihChristopher: We can all help! The best thing we can do to keep kids in school (and avoid disruption to in-person learning) is to minimize to the greatest extent possible transmission of COVID-19 in our schools. Please get vaccinated ASAP, if you’re eligible. Thank you! https://t.co/BdzfetNNcV