The CBE's App​​roach to Community Engagement

Dialogue is the Calgary Board of Education’s approach to community engagement. It is a mutually respectful exchange of ideas that acknowledges and celebrates the diversity within the CBE community. It represents our ongoing commitment to involve people in decisions that affect them.

We know we make better decisions when we listen and work together to solve problems and find solutions. When we do, our students are better equipped to become successful citizens who contribute their ideas, passion and energy to society.

There can be no dialogue without you. Find out more about Dialogue as well as current and past system engagement initiatives on the CBE’s website​.​​​​​​

Community Engagement

Sharing Back | School Planning March 2022

Thank you to everyone who participated in our school planning engagement. We know we make better decisions to support student learning when we build understanding and work together.

 

The feedback we received is compiled at the links below and will be thoughtfully considered in making decisions about school planning.

 

Online survey results

Online survey comments report

Meeting evaluation summary

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Happy #WorldTeachersDay2022 thank you to @Tuscanycouncil for the treats! https://t.co/vPzenqLR1D

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We are so grateful for the visit from Sikapinakii Low Horn, @calgarystampede First Nation Princess. Hand to heart . Ayyy thank you for sharing your story and dance with us. @Indigenous_cbe @yyCBEdu @CbeArea1 https://t.co/0nik7M7WKS

RT @cranston_school: What a privilege to view these artifacts of Indigenous learning at the Ed Centre, as our own students honour Orange Shirt Day @cranston_school https://t.co/viehPzWsEK

Our learning community will reflect today by walking together around the perimeter of our school to see the feathers and other artwork that we have all worked on this week in advance of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30. #TruthAndReconciliation https://t.co/IxOxbQWb66