​Learning Commons at the CBE

Today’s learners cannot imagine life without the internet and supporting technology. The concept of the traditional library is changing to include technology, online tools and spaces for collaboration and exploration.​​​

Learning Commons / Library

At Peter Lougheed, our Learning Commons is open to students before and after school.  We believe that students need to have access to rich resources and beautiful spaces whether they are working on their homework, following their curiosities and/or uncovering new ideas and thinking so they can better understand themselves and the world around them.   Students are welcome to use our Learning Commons before and after school each day, and as well, during our lunch hour.  Students are expected to use this space to work on their studies (homework) or quietly enjoy one of our many excellent books

Homework Hotel (Cancelled during COVID Pandemic)

Every Monday through Thursday, our Learning Commons is open until 4:15 PM for students to complete school work. Any student is welcome to use the Learning Commons at this time. Some students may receive a “special invitation” from teachers if they have not completed their assignments/school work in a timely manner and/or require extra support.

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RT @yyCBEdu: Earlier today we shared an update with CBE families with some important system information https://t.co/I4ROzvbQ3E #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/QYcLZRzma2

RT @UsihChristopher: Important: Anyone who has been directed to isolate by AHS must not return to school or their workplace during their isolation period. It is also important that if you’ve had a COVID-19 test, you must not return to school until you get your results, even if you are feeling better.

Wishing all our @PLougheedCBE families a Diwali that brings happiness, prosperity, and joy! https://t.co/6VE8YG3EyU

RT @yyCBEdu: A new daily COVID-19 symptoms checklist for children under 18 goes into effect on Monday, November 2. Please make sure to review the new checklist to determine if your child is able to go to school and if you need a COVID-19 test https://t.co/8bPGQxIDHl #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/GMtFtxKXPj

RT @UsihChristopher: There are a number of CBE & Alberta Health resources available to help families understand what they’re required to do if their child is sick – when you must isolate, when to be tested, how long you must stay home and when you can go back to school. For info, visit CBE website.

RT @UsihChristopher: Proud of the way the entire CBE community has come together to support the ongoing learning &wellbeing of our students. As the weather starts to become colder, it’ll be more important than ever for everyone to be mindful of the health regulations & to stay home if feeling unwell.

RT @yyCBEdu: It is important for your school to have your most up-to-date email address on file. We also recommend you subscribe to receive all SchoolMessenger email notices from your school and the system. Visit https://t.co/2TEnRV9cy9 for more information. #yycbe https://t.co/Zqg6VxLNNr

RT @yyCBEdu: Earlier today we shared an update with CBE families with some important system reminders and updated COVID-19 information https://t.co/ZGNBN2vWpZ #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/DCwakBgDGi

RT @yyCBEdu: As we prepare for school opening next week, we have created a series of videos to help our families better understand and see some of the different health measures that will be in place when schools open for in-person learning on Sept. 1 https://t.co/NpDIjlB8wi #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/hjNPjykmZa