Calgary Board of Education

 
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Government of Alberta - Education

2013-2014 School Year

Please see the School Handbook for information on attendance, busing, emergency phone fan out, security, community resources, safety, fire drills, nurse, allergies, after school arrangements, parent volunteer program, school supplies, parking.

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Lunch Program 2013-2014

Acadia School operates a supervised lunch program.  Students bring their own lunch and are supervised by lunchroom supervisors during the lunch hour. Lunch is from 12:00 am-12:50 pm.

Every student must have an Elementary Noon Supervision Services form registration form completed and submitted to the school office (including Walking, Bus Eligible Riding, Bus Eligible Non-Rider, Bus Ineligible Riders).   Bus Eligible students riding the bus have their lunch fees included with their bus fees, but still require a registration form.  Please read the form carefully and select the option that is right for your child. Click here for the link to the Registration Form – elementary Noon Supervision for more information.

Coupons for chocolate and white milk are available in strips of 10 coupons for $7.50.

For more information and to register for this program, please phone the office at 403-777-8440 and press 3 for lunch program.

Noon Supervision 2012-2013

Parent Viewpoint

In order to provide a program which meets the individual needs, strengths, and interests of your child, it is important for us to have any background information and insights that you are able to provide. Please feel assured that all information will be treated as confidential, will be kept in your child’s file and will be used by staff in the best interests of your child. > Read More (PDF)

Digital Citizenship

The Calgary Board of Education is committed to helping its students thrive in the 21st century. Digital citizenship, with an emphasis on both safety and ethical behaviour, is a key component of helping CBE students use the digital technologies available to their best advantage to reach their full potential as a student within the CBE and beyond. > More Info

Additional Information

School Website: http://schools.cba.ab.ca/b300/
School Profile: http://www.cbe.ab.ca/schools/view.asp?id=128

Principal: Mrs. Barbara James, B. Ed., M.A. – bmjames@cbe.ab.ca
Assistant Principal: Joyce Shurvell jmshurvell@cbe.ab.ca
Admin Secretary: Mrs. Corinne Sandhurst – cpsandhurst@cbe.ab.ca

Calgary Board of Education information for parents including:
            Traditional Calendars
            General Media Coverage Notice
            School District Use of Personal Information
can be accessed at www.cbe.ab.ca