Ways to Get Connected

How to Communicate with Teachers

Teachers will email students at their family email at the beginning of the school year, thereby sharing school emails for important communication.

Any messages left at the office or emailed directly to teachers will receive a response within 24 – 48 hours. Teachers are often in meetings or at professional development workshops after school, or are sometimes away ill and that will influence how long before messages receive a teacher response. 


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Blogs

Teachers use their blogs as their primary source of communication with students and families. 

Teacher Blogs

School Council Blog

Principal's Messages


Social Media

Stay connected by following one or all of our social media accounts. 

Facebook

School Council

Twitter

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RSS

Our RSS feeds allow you to access school and CBE system content in a variety of ways at your convenience that works best for you.

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​Ways to Stay Informed & Involved with the CBE

Website

Visit our sites for news and opportunities to get involved in the decisions that affect you.

Social Media

Twitter

Facebook

Instagram

Events

The public is welcome to attend, or view meetings online.

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