Personal Belongings

Personal Mobile Devices

Students at Peter Lougheed School are permitted to bring their own personal mobile devices to school (eg - Cell Phone, Tablet, iPad).  Our expectation is that they are responsible with their device at ALL TIMES.  During our instructional time, students must put their personal mobile device in their locker.  They are allowed to use their personal device before school, during lunch hour and after school.  If they are unable to be responsible with their device, we will secure their device in the office and they can pick it up at the end of the school day.  If a pattern of misuse (eg - repeated requests to put their device away during learning time) surfaces, then they will not be allowed to have their device at school.  Students need to remember that our Student Code of Conduct applies to them at all times (while at school, after school and on weekends).  Our Digital Citizenship Policy clearly outlines our online expectations for students at school, at home, and while out in the community.  


Backpacks, Bags, Purses

Backpacks must be kept in lockers, and are not permitted in class. Students are expected to carry all materials required for their classes. Locker visits are permitted on the way to and from Phys. Ed., at nutrition break and during the lunch hour.

Lost & Found

The lost and found is outside the office. Students are encouraged to look periodically at the lost and found and claim their belongings. Unclaimed lost and found items will be donated to charity at certain times during the school year.  Students and parents will be notified and lost and found items will be put on display before this occurs. Watches, glasses, jewelry, keys, etc. will be kept in the office.

Skateboards, Scooters, Bicycles & In-Line Skates

We encourage students to have a healthy lifestyle which may include biking, skateboarding, scooting, or skating to school. While at school, these items are not allowed to be used on school property.  We encourage parents and students to ensure proper helmet and safety gear is worn and that safety is considered when riding these items in the community.

Bicycles should be parked in the provided bike racks and properly locked.  Please note, we may not have bike racks ready when the school opens.  The school does not accept responsibility for lost or stolen articles but will assist students to the extent possible if losses occur.  In-line skates, skateboards and scooters should be kept in student lockers whenever possible.  The office will work with students to store skateboards and scooters that may be too large for student lockers.

Last modified on

Thank you to all our amazing @PLougheedCBE teachers and teachers everywhere around the globe for going above and beyond each and everyday to care for and guide students! #WorldTeachersDay2021 #teachersrock #thankyou https://t.co/Djh6jLdOcA

Yesterday our @PLougheedCBE community spent the day learning and reflecting in preparation for #NationalDayforTruthandReconciliation. Over 1000 ribbons with our personal actions and commitments are proudly displayed outside the school🧡 @Area4CBE #OrangeShirtDay https://t.co/4DVSGujhkV

RT @DrJCarrington: Connection and kindness is what matters. The angst in our communities is palpable. While our world looks different and is ever changing, what remains constant is the need for relationship and connection. To simply be noticed. https://t.co/eONQmpVkRX

RT @DashmeshC: Happy #LabourDay2021 to everyone! We honor the hard work of Laborers today. One of the core teachings of Sikhi is Kirat Karo - To earn an honest living by utilizing our God-given skills and hard work for the benefit and improvement of ourselves, our families, and the world.

A special day @PLougheedCBE. We are saying goodbye to our amazing principal Gord Choate. After 29 years of teaching thousands of students and staff in CBE how to be the best versions of themselves, he is retiring today. @yyCBEdu @Area4CBE #thunderstrong (1/2) https://t.co/7nPDAe2XFZ

RT @UsihChristopher: “The resilience of our staff and students has been incredible. I am so grateful for the cooperation of not only students and staff but our families," said Christopher Usih, chief superintendent for the CBE. https://t.co/BNS7ir7Du2

Caring and compassion at Peter Lougheed https://t.co/LLzBGhP8l2

RT @DashmeshC: DCC is ready for 1st dose Vaccines tomorrow from 10am to 3pm. Anyone age 12+ who needs their first dose vaccine is welcomed to visit. Please call 403-590-0970 or email info@dashmesh.ca if you require more information. #GetVaccinated #yyc #COVID19AB https://t.co/7icstgLU4j