Parking & Drop-Off

Hug & Go Zone

Please drop your children off on the school side of Evanscove Circle anywhere in front of the school which is a “Hug & Go” zone from 7:15– 8:15. Parents, please DO NOT drop off or pick up your child(ren) in the parking lot. Extra cars in the parking lot result in a very dangerous situation for our students. Please always cross at the corner; and never be-tween busses (choose safety over convenience).

For your child’s safety and for your convenience – we have a dedicated ‘Hug & Go!’ area adjacent to the grass field on Evanscove Circle – sidewalk closest to the school only! This allows you to pull up, say a quick good-bye to your child, have them leave the passenger side of your vehicle and drive away (slowly). Please do not wait in this zone after your child exits your vehicle. Parking is never allowed on this side of the street from 7:15 – 8:15 Monday through Friday.

When parking, please, never park in front of a driveway – it’s against the law! (The City of Calgary By-law demands that a 1.5m clearance must be observed on either side of a driveway).

When visiting the school please do not park in parking lot! These spots are all assigned staff parking. Occasionally, you may see a vacant spot; however, it is assigned to a CBE staff member. Please park on the street adjacent to the school, and use the crosswalk. Thank you for your cooperation.


Before and After School Care

The CBE does not operate daycare or before and after school (out of school) programs. However, a before and after school care program is be offered by Children Come First, a third-party operator, in our school. To register or learn more visit www.childrencomefirst.ca, email kcf93@telus.net or call 403-241-3052.

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