Ways to Get Connected

Communication between school and home is both formal (through weekly school messages - email and notices, report
cards, and parent/teacher conferences) and informal (through communication folders, twitter - @richlearningcbe, phone
calls, notes, emails and agendas – Grades 1-2 only). We encourage ongoing communication between home and school
using email but please feel free to call the school about any issues you wish to discuss with either teachers or
administration. The more we communicate, the better we can understand and provide for your children's needs. Your first
point of contact for any issues regarding your child needs to be directed to the classroom teacher. Many concerns can be
addressed through clarifying and direct communication.

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Enjoyed the land while singing together today to honour National Indigenous People’s Day. https://t.co/oeqXocuPp9

Mrs. Rae wowed us with her talent this week when she played the harp while reading a story. It was a wonderful experience! https://t.co/VTJI7IU2Y8

Enjoying our week with Blackfoot Artist, Ryan Willert! Students and staff can’t wait to share our mural with our families! https://t.co/SzwdlpzZIw

Yesterday, Mrs. Alderson's Grade 5/6 Class had a virtual meeting with Rick Wilson, Alberta's Indigenous Relations Minister. They asked wonderful questions and were engaged in his responses. Great job, Grade 5/6! https://t.co/GEeAAptycR

Thank you Alien Inline for a great 2 weeks of skating!! Thank you to School Council for providing this wonderful opportunity! https://t.co/cIWnG2IQDA