Personal Belongings

Bicycles, Scooters, Skateboards and Rollerblades

The items listed above should not be used on school property to ensure all everyone’s safety. Please dismount on school
property and make arrangements for proper storage as classrooms haven't the room. Bikes must be placed in the racks provided.

Cell Phones and Electronic Devices

Student safety and security is our chief concern. Many electronic devices such as iPads, tablets and cell phones can be excellent educational tools and can be used with teacher’s permission in the classroom. Non-educational uses such as
taking phone calls and texting can make their presence in the classroom a problem. We ask that these electronic devices only be brought to school to be used as learning tools. 

These devices are costly and the school is not resourced to investigate issues when they are lost, stolen or broken.
If it is necessary to equip your child with a cell phone, please do not call during school hours, but rather call our school office. Urgent messages called in to the office are passed along to students immediately.

Toys Best Left at Home

Student-owned recess toys, electronic or otherwise, should be left at home due to the risk of loss or damage. Many forms of equipment and other play items are available for student use at school and during recess. The exception to this expectation is when staff and students organize special events, such as “stuffie” days.

Use Labels & Check our Lost and Found

Please mark all clothing with your child’s name so that it can be found/returned when it is lost. Our Lost and Found is overflowing. Please take the time to look over the items that have accumulated over the past several months. Any items not claimed will be donated to the MOCA Southeast Calgary Community Resource Centre.

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