School Property

We take great pride in keeping a tidy school; both inside and out. We ask all our students to be good citizens by putting garbage and recycling where it belongs, and helping to keep our classrooms and playground clean.

Also, a reminder that smoking is not permitted on CBE property. Parents and family members may not smoke anywhere outside of the school. This includes sidewalks. Your cooperation is both appreciated and expected.

Playground Rules & Expectations

As a school, we consistently review our playground rules and expectations with our students as needed throughout the school year. Please take a moment to review these with your child(ren):

  • If it looks unsafe, we will ask you to stop
  • Rocks and snow stay on the ground
  • Stay inside school boundaries at all times
  • All students can play at all playgrounds

Use of School Equipment, Open Spaces & Play Areas

Students are expected to use school and recreational equipment appropriately. Students are expected to play safe games that will not potentially endanger themselves or others. Students are expected to respect the rights of participants in organized games and not to disrupt the activity. 

Parking/Driving

The parking lot south of the school is reserved for staff 24 hours a day. Students should not be in the parking lot and it should not be used as a drop off or pick-up area or as a place to tie your dogs. Please do not cut across to the main sidewalk in front of the garbage bins to access the school grounds. The parking lot can be a dangerous place and we would like to ensure the safe access of our students to our playground. Parking in front of the School (bussing zone) during School days is prohibited and monitored by Calgary Parking Authority.

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