School Property

Students are expected to accept personal responsibility for their possessions and for any resource they borrow. It is important that Learning Commons’ books or other resource material available on loan to students be returned at the required time so that all students in the school have access to these materials.

Students who lose or damage books or materials they have borrowed are responsible to pay for such loss or damage. Any
person guilty of theft or vandalism of school or private property is liable for restitution and may be suspended by the administration of the school and charged by the Calgary Police Service. 

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Here is an great opportunity for CBE artists aged 15 and older. Check it out! #WeAreCBE https://t.co/9jWfUCtAg4

RT @UsihChristopher: As we conclude Week 1 of online learning for Grades 7-12 students while continuing with in-person learning for K-6 students, I am grateful for the professionalism and dedication of our staff. Every time, staff have stepped up to support students and families. Thank you very much.

Friday, Dec. 4 is a system-wide non-instructional day. There are no classes for CBE students – this includes in-person, at-home and Hub online learning. Enjoy the beautiful weather and please continue to follow all public health measures #WeAreCBE https://t.co/72tgopR1dr

RT @mckenzie_lake: Our Gr 1Ss have been promoting the Mayor’s food drive and we are off to a rocking start. Gr1s are promoting using videos and announcements. Gr 2s are graphing our progress. ⁦@nenshi⁩ ⁦@dmmccomish#yycbe #wearecbe https://t.co/7lEd0BHkRq

Earlier today we shared an update with CBE families with some important system information https://t.co/I4ROzvbQ3E #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/QYcLZRzma2