Classes & Departments

Evergreen teachers will be using Google Classroom as their online platform. It enables teachers to communicate with their students as well as assign and distribute assignments and work in a safe, manageable, and an appropriate way.  Online classrooms are designed to celebrate student learning and promote effective communication between school and home.  Please check your child's Google Classroom to find information about upcoming learning.  If a student is away they can login into Google Classroom to complete assignments from home.

Students have been added in the ‘classroom’ using their CBE G Suite ID (username@educbe.ca). Students should have brought home their password to share with parents. Please login and take a look at your child’s Google Classroom. If you are unable to login please contact your child’s teacher for assistance. 



This is where our educators share what’s currently happening in their classrooms. You can see teaching descriptions and examples of student work such as math problems, writing  and drawings. We also share reading and general learning resources.

Note that class assignment instructions and resources for students will be shared through applications like Brightspace (by D2L) and other learning tools.

Privacy

We respect our student’s privacy. We only show faces when we have consent. Please contact us if you see anything that infringes on this privacy.




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RT @DHarkness_CBE: Using The Witness Blanket @CMHR_News as a point of entry and reflection, students created their own Witness Blanket display 🧡@yyCBEdu @Indigenous_cbe @Area4CBE https://t.co/vb193Vp02P

Many students, staff and their families are @fortcalgary today commemorating the #NationalDayForTruthAndReconciliation. We are proud of @Indigenous_cbe team members worked in friendship with others from @cityofcalgary, @CCSD_edu & more, who planned this event. #WeAreCBE https://t.co/U0cfNFymgY

This week CBE schools took part in Truth & Reconciliation Week, honouring victims & survivors of residential schools. Elder Casey Eaglespeaker asked staff, “What is something you can do?” This question reminds us that each of us plays a role in Truth and Reconciliation. #WeAreCBE https://t.co/Go62sgSXnL

RT @JohnstoneSchool: Orange shirt day assembly with a focus on belonging 🧡 #OrangeShirtDay #belonging #CBE https://t.co/X3D0d0aCjz

RT @MarionCarsonCBE: With National Truth and Reconciliation Day tomorrow, we are honouring our commitment through reflection, representation and learning. #EveryChildMatters #learningtogetherfriendsforever #WeAreCBE https://t.co/FeCnvCql1W

RT @KiddleCBE: Because today and everyday, #EveryChildMatters. #WeAreCBE https://t.co/5QH7mFVOaR

RT @SASCBE: Orange Shirt Day: CBE & Scenic Acres School students and staff honour residential school survivors by listening to their stories and learning the truth about residential schools. #TruthAndReconciliation @Indigenous_cbe @yyCBEdu @UsihChristopher @DClovis https://t.co/qEUhYyagmO