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Dear Citadel Park FamiliesI am looking forward to welcoming our school community to the 2020-21 school year. I want to assure you we are doing everything possible to ensure the health and safety of all our community members.As you are aware on July 21, Education Minister Adriana LaGrange announced that all schools across the province will return to classes under Scenario 1 – in-school classes resume (near normal with health measures). In response, plans are well underway in our school to welcome our community of students as we adhere to current health guidelines.CBE's Scenario 1 Information can be found on our website and outlines the measures we are taking to provide for the health and safety of our students. Please refer to this document for detailed information on health measures, physical set-up of schools, cleaning of schools, daily operation of schools and transportation. The actions described in the document follow the guidelines provided by Alberta Education's K-12 School Re-entry COVID-19 information: Guidance for schools re-entry Scenario 1. We continue to refine information in our re-entry planning based on provincial and CBE guidance.Please visit our school website for information on the actions and processes that are being applied to the specific context of our school. In Partnership,Duncan White, Principal
RT @tuscany_cbe: More messages of kindness lining the hallways at Tuscany School. What a great way to help us feel like we all belong! #BeKind #SoyezGentil https://t.co/QTsawEVBFz
‘We have to start with the conversation’ — Chief Superintendent Christopher Usih shares some thoughts on CBE CARES with Ernest Manning Television EMTV: https://t.co/6EqgoOSUc0 #WeAreCBE
RT @RadissonParkCBE: In a world where you can be anything... be kind. #RadissonParkCBE #WeAreCBE #PinkShirtDay2021 #BeKind https://t.co/HotCfAQz2w
RT @CrescentCowboys: No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.
Staff and students wearing pink today for #PinkShirtDay #WeAreCBE #CowboyNation #CrescentStrong https://t.co/Ej3vASv1hM
RT @CBESomerset: #PinkShirtDay2021 assembly led by Gr.2 ambassadors & supported by a Mr.Gibb #Kindness story. #SomersetStrong #WeAreCBE https://t.co/jw8J8bcTSV
RT @MarionCarsonCBE: “Kindness doesn’t have to be big, I say thank you.” ~Gr5 student #choosekindness everyday. #PinkShirtDay2021 #learningtogetherfriendsforever #WeAreCBE @yyCBEdu https://t.co/ajCKHsKzVo
RT @RoyaloakCBE: We are honoring #pinkshirtday at Royal Oak School by making promises to be kind. Check out our ideas and ask your child what their promise was! #bekind https://t.co/w1PVTombo9
RT @brs_school: Grade 1 artwork inspired by pink shirt day. #learningatbrs #WeAreCBE #PinkShirtDay https://t.co/rww2dT7FlA
RT @BattalionParkSc: #PinkShirtDay2021 #BPSHAWKSROCK https://t.co/q2JU4PqYA0
RT @NickleCBE: Big thanks to @WHLHitmen for hosting the #TELUSBeBrave event, and for featuring Nickle's #BeBrave wall.
Here is Minah, (Gr.6) who was responsible for creating our wall of kindness and community - way to go Minah!