Ways to Get Connected

Notices

Notices printed on goldenrod paper indicate that a signature or information is required and must be returned to the school as soon as possible. Some examples include permission forms, field trips, surveys, and student information sheets. Please look for these in your child’s agenda or backpack and return them to the school as soon as possible.

Agendas

All students in Grades 1-2 have an agenda that goes home every day to be read and signed by parents. Students record their homework, special events and reminders in their agendas. Please feel free to communicate with the teacher in the agenda as the need arises. We believe that use of these communication tools is an integral part of home/school communication. Our Grade 3/4 and 5/6 students utilize an online communication tool called Desire 2Learn (D2L) to communicate between home and school.

Parent Bulletin Board

Our parent bulletin board is located in the hallway by the office. Please take a moment to read it as it is updated frequently. Information is often posted regarding support for family-based issues, lessons for children, School Council minutes, etc. Please feel free to tack up items of interest after checking with the office.

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Ways to Stay Informed & Involved with the CBE

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

Social Media

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Events

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

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RT @CanadaPaintings: Vigilant Owl Kenojuak Ashevak ~ Inuit 2007 https://t.co/tA1JZouuuc

RT @MrsHaley828: One of our kids built this super awesome structure during connect time, so we decided to turn it into math fun! How many blocks are in the structure if you add one more block when building each column? For… 10 columns? 15 columns? 20 columns? https://t.co/klq3BERRi0

RT @MrsHaley828: For #TakeMeOutsideDay we celebrated our wonderful Alberta Wilds garden with an offering of tobacco to acknowledge and appreciate the space that provides us with comfort and curiosity. We then drew the plants we are researching for our science projects. ♥️♥️♥️ https://t.co/bBrdLuxxa4

RT @glendale_labrec: This morning we harvested the potatoes we planted in June! We can't wait to learn everything we can about these spuds! #harvest #potato #potatoweek #couragegarden @glendalecbe @Miss_Matich @glendalemacdon1 @glendale_kas https://t.co/zIMmxBizCh