Calgary Board of Education Andrew Sibbald School
1711 - Lake Bonavista S.E., Calgary AB T2J 2K9 | Grades K-4
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Welcome to Andrew Sibbald School

Upcoming Events


February 10th – School Council Meeting 7:00 pm
February 11th Spirit Day
February 11th – Fun Lunch (Grades 1-4)
February 12th & 13th- Teachers Convention Schools are Closed
February 16th – Family Day – Schools are closed
February 25th Anti Bullying Day- Shirt Day
March 10th – School Council Meeting 7:00 pm
March 12th – Fun Lunch (Grades 1-4)
March 16-21 Usbourne Book Fair
March 19th – Student Led Conferences 4-7 pm
March 20th– Student Led Conferences 8-12 am. No School for Students
March 23-March 27– Spring Break


See our newsletter or Calendar for more information.



New! Bus Maps now online


Please visit our bus maps page located under the transporation dropdown to download a pdf of the bus maps.



Introduction to Kindergarten


All parents of children who will attend Kindergarten in 2015-2016 are invited to attend an information session on January 12th, 2015 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. During this session, we will provide an introduction to our Kindergarten program and to Andrew Sibbald School. This is an adult only event.


Please bring your child’s original proof of name, date of birth, and citizenship (Example Birth Certificate) and proof of address where you live (example drivers license or utility bill).
Hours for Registrations at the office are as follows;
Mon-Thurs 8:30 to 3:00 pm
Friday – 8:30 to 12:00     pm



What's New

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182 days of learning through in CBE schools
Andrew Sibbald – Day 40


Music "Showtime"

In music students have been working on developing critical listening skills and on developing their performance skills. Showtime will provide an
authentic opportunity to engage in these activities through student performances.

Showtime will be an event where students are invited to showcase a well-prepared performance for their classmates. Performances can take many
forms including singing, playing an instrument, dancing or giving a short presentation on an approved music topic. Although performances are
voluntary, all students will improve their critical listening skills as they appreciate and positively critique performances.

Showtime will also help build a sense of community as students develop an appreciation for the many ways their classmates demonstrate performance
skills in music.

Our first showtime will take place the week following the Christmas Concerts between December 15th– 18th during your child’s assigned music class.

Thank you for your continued support of the music program, Kate Fatica


Calgary Reads - Reading Up!


We are participating in the Calgary Reads Reading Up! Program. Calgary Reads offers an in-school tutoring program to grade 1 and 2 students who may be struggling in reading. Reading tutors work with students for two sessions a week for 33 sessions. We are looking for volunteers who are interested in being reading tutors and working with student on improving their reading through Calgary Reads.


Volunteers will be required to take a training session through the Calgary Reads office downtown. If you are interested in volunteering please sign up for a volunteer training session at If you have any questions please contact Charlotte Kosior at 403-777-6830.


School Hours


Grades 1 – 4 Monday-Thursday 8:20 -11:20
11:20- 12:15 (Lunch)
12:15- 2:50
Friday 8:20- 12:05
Morning Kindergarten Monday-Thursday 8:20- 11:07
Fridays-(Alternating) 8:20- 12:05
Afternoon Kindergarten Monday-Thursday 12:03 - 2:50
Fridays (Alternating) 8:20 – 12:05


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