Student Advisory Team - Mr. Wilcox and Mrs. Wolframe meet with student representatives of each home room on the second Tuesday of each month. Teachers consult with each other in their grade teams to put forward a group of students that is inclusive and representative of the diversity of students in the grade.  This group changes each month to offer opportunities for as many student voices as possible. 

Debate Club - Students learn the art of respectful argumentation while preparing for inter-school competition at ADSA (Alberta Debate and Speech Association) competitions.

Drama Club - Grade 7-9 students are invited to develop their creativity, public speaking, and stage presence through improv games, theatre exercises, and script work.

Choir – Do you like to sing?  Have we got the club for you!  Come and join us on Wednesdays at lunch in the Band room to have a great time singing with your friends.  Choir is open to all students in grades 5-9. 

Jazz Band - Jazz band is open to band students in grades 8&9.  Develop your musical skills and learn about jazz music at the same time! 

GSA Club:  Grade 6-9 students. We meet once a week at lunch as a safe space for anyone who needs support. This club runs as a peer support club for all students and especially our LBGTQ students and allies. There are three teacher facilitators there to help students. We also run whole school activities throughout the year supporting human rights.

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Forest Lawn High School hosted the first-ever high school Esports Tournament - 8 schools competed in the popular game League of Legends, showcasing the excitement of competitive gaming and also highlighting the educational value and benefits it brings to students. #WeAreCBE

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In partnership with Mount Royal University, @DrFredaMiller School hosted a week of Tipi Teachings with Tsuu'tina Knowledge Keepers Bruce Starlight Jr. and Joe Starlight in the spirit of truth and reconciliation. Learn more: #WeAreCBE

Today’s Board of Trustees public meeting starts at 2:30 p.m. at the Education Centre (note the time change). Trustees will be presented with the Education Plan 2021-2024–Year 3 & the 2023-2024 Budget Report. Join us or stream the meeting online #yycbe

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