​​​​Don’t Miss Out on School Messages

Due to Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation, parents and guardians need to subscribe online to receive some email and text messages on topics like student fees, picture days, field trip costs, yearbooks, fun lunches and more. Subscribe online at www.cbe.ab.ca/subscribe. 

In addition, to receive any text messages from our school or the Calgary Board of Education, please opt in for texts. Use the cell phone on file with the school to text the word YES to the six-digit number 978338​.

There is no extra cost to receive SMS messages from CBE, but standard message rates and data charges from your carrier apply when you receive messages from us. See all terms and conditions at www.cbe.ab.ca/SMS​.​

For more information, visit www.cbe.ab.ca/subscribe or view Questions and Answers.​​​

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Receiving Emails from Banff Trail School

Banff Trail School (and all CBE schools) utilize School Messenger for sending emails to families.  In order to receive these messages, you must subscribe each email address you wish to receive messages at.  Information on this topic is available on the CBE website here: https://www.cbe.ab.ca/subscribe.

There are different types of messages - "general" and "commercial".  Commercial messages include any message which involves money - fieldtrips, School Council fundraising, special events, fun lunches, Scholastic book orders, etc. 

CBE does not send SPAM, nor do we forward "offers" from other organizations - our commercial messages relate only to school / board activities.  If you are not receiving commercial messages and wish to receive them, please update your subscription(s) accordingly.

School Messenger draws contact information from our student information system.  Email addresses must be on your student's record for subscriptions to work.

We trust you will find this information helpful.  Please don't hesitate to contact the office if you require additional assistance.

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