Personal Belongings

We are not responsible for any lost or stolen items students bring to school. 

Cellphones

Cell phones are allowed at NMHS with some exceptions, including during exams, quizzes, assemblies, guest speakers, etc. 

Students must exercise courtesy, respect, and good judgment when using cell phones so as to not interfere with the learning educational environment. 

As a courtesy to office staff, students are asked to turn off their cell phones when in the main office. If they are in the office for disciplinary reasons, they will be asked to turn off and turn in their phone.

Skateboards, Rollerblades and Scooters

These items are not allowed on school property. 

Spinner and Fidget Toys

Spinner and fidget toys are not allowed in classrooms or the Learning Commons as their use interferes with your learning and the learning of others. These types of toys must be put away during class time and cannot be out in the open or shared with others individuals.

Last modified on

RT @UsihChristopher: Today, I had the pleasure to announce the CBE students receiving a Youth Achievement Award from the Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth (CBFY) Congratulations to all the Award Recipients & schools! @ForestLawnHigh @HenryWiseWood @yycJamesFowler @JGDChief @MandelaUnited @yycbridge

Wishing the Mandela community a joyful and safe Diwali! https://t.co/F1aXaEjidp

Today, on Indigenous Veterans Day, we recognize the past and present contributions of Indigenous service members in the military. https://t.co/By1Arc2UwQ

We are so lucky to have such a great custodial team led by Mr. Ghuman! https://t.co/3wMp8QQ6KX

Some phenomenal sugar sculptures by our students in Culinary! #wearecbe https://t.co/toga73xFVi

Check out some of the programming provided by @TrellisYYC https://t.co/KVpci0x1Vt

Today, we remember and honour all the children who attended residential schools, both those who never returned home and those who were forever impacted. #wearecbe https://t.co/fIi2gVb3Yr

Hey Mandela families, please check your emails for an important update.

RT @chandnim14: Yesterday, in my math class @MandelaUnited our teacher started off with showing us Gr. 12 students the same exact thing to prove that there is more than one way to solve. Of course, the gr 5s had more ways than we did! This shows that as we get older we don’t explore as much!!