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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Who’s ready for the first day of school tomorrow??!! We sure are!! Can’t wait to see of all of the smiling faces! Richmond has HEART ❤️

Our Kinders have been busy this week beading Indigenous patterns and representing Harmony! Great work! https://t.co/kOcj4Rnm0r

It may have been virtual, but the Grade 4/5 students enjoyed their Open Minds week with the Calgary Public Library last week. They managed to get out for daily walks each day! https://t.co/vIq8OA3QLb

Mrs. Alderson’s Grade 4/5s showed HEART today by taking time to talk about, and recognize that, Every Child Matters. Please check out their art work in front of the school. ❤️ https://t.co/bILRjut6Bo

Our hoodie design challenge has been a screaming success!! Mr. G’s class was the Division 2 class with the most participation!!! They were just a little bit excited!! Grade level winners and the favourite overall design will be announced next week!!! #richmondhasheart https://t.co/S4uFtwoTRu