School Culture & Environment at the CBE

Our students, staff and school community share the responsibility of building a safe, positive, inclusive, equitable and welcoming learning environment. Along with its own school culture, each school reflects a unified CBE culture of inclusion. This includes our CBE-wide approach to preventing bullying and to protecting our LGBTQ students. Learn more about our system-wide commitment to having an inclusive environment on the CBE website. 

If you have any questions about how we work together within our school to build positive learning environments for student success, please contact us directly.​

Culture & Environment

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What a fabulous day!! #wearecbe https://t.co/K2dN23LIkv

Inner reflection on this shortest day of the year. Thank you Elder Saa’kokoto for your teaching. “Get us to the point where we will see our footprints in the snow.” ~Elder Saa’kokoto @Indigenous_cbe #WinterSolstice https://t.co/HnGe3Cjo95

Populating some of our freshly painted bulletin boards with Métis Dot art that our grade seven students have been working on. #wearecbe https://t.co/IGKTnQYn3X

Wilfred Buck’s - Tipiskawi Kisik: Night Sky Star Stories, inspired the grade 6’s to create these beautiful works of art. #wearecbe https://t.co/WG10S3GGbp

RT @SOSAlberta: Make no mistake - Kenney is very deliberate with his messaging. @jkenney believes high quality education should be an *option for parents*. We believe high quality public education is the RIGHT OF ALL CHILDREN. Who will defend that right with us? Join Us. #ABEd #ABleg #ABPoli https://t.co/FAomwL1gHn