Many students use Calgary Transit to get to school. Families are responsible for purchasing Calgary Transit monthly passes. Students are reminded to always have proof of fare payment to avoid a refusal of service or issuance of a summons. More information about fares and routes are available on the CBE
website or the Calgary Transit website.
Calgary Transit provides riders with three options to report safety or security concerns. In addition to the phone number (403-262-1000) and the help buttons/phones at bus and train stations, riders can now send a text to 74100 for assistance from transit staff. For more details, please see the Calgary Transit website.
If students require bus passes they must speak to their social worker for assistance. The school does not supply bus passes.
Today’s Board of Trustees public meeting will be held virtually starting at noon. We invite you to stream the meeting online https://t.co/nvCl1fNgoJ #yycbe https://t.co/9jiPY47Y0X
Leaving the CBE? Don’t leave your files and emails behind! More info: https://t.co/dBWXCEsO5p #yycbe #yyc #WeAreCBE https://t.co/CT1M7ZyCB8
SURVEYS CLOSE TODAY - There is still have to provide your feedback on the proposed plan to balance enrolment at CBE high schools https://t.co/dLkCHOpA10 #yycbe #yyc #WeAreCBE https://t.co/srC7L87EE3
RT @glendalecbe: Today was a very special day! Our family members from Rosscarrock walked over for their first visit outside! We are looking forward to being all together in September❤️ #welcometothefamily @rosscarrock https://t.co/Mm20AjrfRr
RT @WesternRedhawks: Proud of our students who won an AI Accessibility Award designing an online tool to improve learning for those with hearing impairments. @yyCBEdu @CBELearningTech #equity #wearecbe #studentvoice https://t.co/x29owAo0I6