My 1st Ride Program

The CBE offers a free school bus orientation program in the spring for first-time riders and their parents/guardians, called My 1st Ride. Orientation sessions take approximately one hour, and run every half hour. Students will receive a 20-minute presentation, followed by a short ride on a school bus. After the ride, student are invited back to the gym to pick up treats from Calgary Co-op. Each new rider will also be given a certificate of completion.

2020 Dates and Locations

My First Ride Program dates for Spring 2020 have been cancelled due to Covid-19. Further details about alternate dates will be shared when this information is available.  ​

You can find more information on the CBE website.

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My 1st Ride



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Grade 3 & 4 students practiced creating and decoding new words. “This is helping me to sound out.” “I have to think….is this a real word or not? Does it make sense?” https://t.co/zMdP0AAHUP