Parent Resources

On this page is list of resources that parents and guardians may find helpful; the links and resources are located to the right of this text. Registration resources are located below the links.

Parent Access to D2L

There are two ways to log in and learn about your child's learning in Brightspace:

  • MyCBE login (parent access) - Personal parent access to Brightspace via MyCBE will allow you to see a summarized view of your child's overdue items, upcoming work, recent grades, student created Portfolio items shared by the teacher, and news and homework reminders from the activity feed. You can also sign up to receive a weekly email notification of your child’s activity in Brightspace. From the Brightspace login page, click the “Sign In” button under Parents.
  • Student login (student access) - You are encouraged to sit alongside your child as they log into Brightspace to have meaningful conversations around their learning and work. Course content, news items and homework will be accessible in this way. From the Brightspace login page, have your child click the “Sign In” button under CBE Students and Staff.

Please contact your child’s school with any questions around your MyCBE account.  Check out our Parent FAQs. Please contact your child's teacher for more information on whether they use Brightspace, how they use it in their classroom, or any questions you have around viewing your child’s work. 

Additional Student and Parent Support for Brightspace by D2L can be found here: 

Brightspace by D2L Support

Nutrition Supports for Kids Learning from Home

Please see the parent letter (Brown Bagging for Kids BB4K) under Resources for an update on nutrition supports that are available to students as we transition into online learning.

Southwest Communities Resource Centre

Since 2003, the Southwest Communities Resource Center (SWCRC) has provided resources, information, referrals, counselling, education and prevention programs to support vulnerable residents living in South Calgary.

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