Parking & Drop-Off

Drop-Off and Pick-Up of Students

Please adhere to City traffic laws and traffic signs around the school when dropping off and picking up your child.  Drop off and pick up is often a congested time making it dangerous for children.  

The Staff Parking Lot is not intended for a drop off or pick up location.  Please do not use the parking lot. Suggested Drop off would be on the Boulevard by the soccer fields. Please do not stop or park on Auburn Bay Avenue (in front of the school) as this is designated for our buses.

School Parking Lot 

Please note that the parking lot is not available for visitor/volunteer parking. We ask that you refrain from parking in the parking lot. The parking lot is only accessible to CBE employees as staff members pay for the privilege of accessing assigned parking, and they arrive at various times throughout the day. 

For safety reasons, do not use the parking lot to drop-off or pick-up children.

Walking School Bus

We want to see Auburn Bay School students start travelling by Walking School Bus!

https://youtu.be/J7GpC9km8sY

Auburn Bay School Council is working on a new, safe initiative for getting back and forth to school. 

For more information please check the School Council Facebook page.

After School Arrangements

Students are expected to leave the school and playground area immediately after dismissal to go home or to day-care.  Visiting a friend’s house or going somewhere else after school needs to be arranged once the child gets home after school.

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​School Bus Safety at the CBE

School bus loading zones provide a safe area for students to embark and disembark the buses. Please do not drive into the school bus loading zone when you pick up or drop off your child.

Help teach your child to safely cross the street around school buses. Children should:

  • Stand back a safe distance from the bus

  • Wait until the bus leaves the stop

  • Walk to the closest intersection

  • Cross the street only when they have a clear view of traffic in both directions and it is safe to do so

The CBE and school bus carriers want to ensure your child's safety and make their experience on the bus a positive one.​​​

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RT @AdrianaLaGrange: We have been clear that we will continue to follow medical advice and adapt our school re-entry guidelines as necessary. As a reusult, we have announced that masks will be mandatory for Gr. 4-12 students and all teachers and staff when physical distancing isn't possible. #abed https://t.co/jQTLUOt62w

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RT @AlbertaEd: Masks will be mandatory for grade 4-12 students, and all school staff in school settings where physical distancing cannot be maintained, including buses. All #abed students and staff will receive 2 reusable masks from Alberta’s government: https://t.co/jOmA0OMfpb https://t.co/OYYhqiBhaD

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RT @UsihChristopher: Statement in response to the government’s announcement re: September school re-entry. Next week, the CBE will share our entry plan with our families, which will include the changes we will implement in our schools. Excited to welcome our students back! https://t.co/ixz9E3SOrq

RT @yyCBEdu: The provincial government has announced that schools will return to classes under Scenario 1. We’re very excited to welcome our students back to school, while keeping everyone as safe as possible on Tuesday Sept 1 https://t.co/klzx75UAdX #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/o8Sti8O8wD

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