If a Student is Sick or has COVID-19 Symptoms
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Good Afternoon CJP FamiliesOur adventures with the community Coyote continue right where they left off on Friday. Our first sighting was at about 11AM this morning. We have been advised by both Fish and Wildlife and Calgary Police to keep our children inside. This is due to their curiosity and their small stature. Both organizations feel the older students (Simon Fraser and Churchill) , simply because of size, are OK to be outside. We have reached out to the City of Calgary, Bylaw Officers, and Calgary Police Service to seek assistance. Our systems have been a great support in attempting to keep both our children and the coyote safe. The Parks Department contracts out Coyote relocation in the City of Calgary. Interestingly, with the increased pedestrian and dog traffic at Nose Hill park because of Covid, many of the safe habitats these animals use no longer exist, they are being pushed out into the community. What can we do? If you see a coyote in the community, please call 311. It is important that you take note of the time and the location of the coyote for your phone call. It is not necessary to call the school to report the coyote. The more calls 311 receives, the more responsive the Coyote Team will be. If we see a coyote, we will certainly bring students in the building/ keep them in teh building. We will also call 311. This is the safest protocol. Today, only one group of classes received an outside lunch recess. Limited outdoor time is likely in the days to come. Please do send your children dressed appropriately for the weather. We will make every attempt to be outside as often as possible through the day for both breaks and for learning opportunities. Aside from the coyote, being outside continues to be the safest place for all of us. We will continue to take advantage of the outdoors, even when it is cold. Thank you for your assistance in this tricky situation.Dr. Bettesworth
Do you know what to do when your child isn’t feeling well? We have pulled together resources from government and AHS to help #WeAreCBE families understand what they are required to do and when their child may return to school https://t.co/hmX7kjjwrH #yycbe https://t.co/BJ5Nl3GPqA
The Alberta School Councils' Association is conducting a survey to measure the “pandemic pulse” in the province. Families with children in K-12 are invited to participate. The survey will take about 15 minutes and closes on Friday, Nov. 6 https://t.co/GQggL7IRT0 https://t.co/ezYmUarRMj
Important school community connections are being made between students learning at home and learning in-person at Marion Carson School #WeAreCBE https://t.co/5D2uUZuWbY
RT @southlandbus: This week is #SchoolBusSafetyWeek! In recognition, we will be sharing daily safety tips from Oct 19th to 23rd.
Tip #3: Winter Weather
• Dress for the weather! Frostbite can happen in minutes.
• Never leave a child at a bus stop. Weather and traffic can cause route delays. https://t.co/IaJDMOxRWM
RT @ArbourLake_CBE: Grade 7s learn about Pop Art and Romero Britto. #popart https://t.co/qtijAFCa5a