How to help your teenager succeed in their high school years
Join a free 4-part program that lets immigrant parents meet and share their struggles, learn about Canadian laws and expectations, learn about teenage brains, and how to work with the school and teenager.
Meet your neighbours & practice English! The New Friends and Neighbourhood Group program is a safe and fun environment
for immigrant women to improve their English and meet new women in the community.
Registration is FREE and there are no minimal English requirements. Groups meet
once a week for 2 hours to practice English, make new friends and have fun! Free
childcare is also provided (6 months – 6 years).
Forest Lawn Group - Thursdays 1-3PM Forest Lawn Library – 4807 8 Avenue SE
For more information or other locations
throughout the city, please contact:
Debra Colley, Program Coordinator
Calgary Immigrant Women's Association
Families at our school may be eligible to participate in the CBE’s Calgary Transit Pass Rebate Program for the 2017-18 school year.
An email was sent on Thursday, Nov. 16 to parents/guardians of eligible students with a link to the online rebate portal. If families do not have an email address on file at their school they will receive a paper registration by mail.
Visit www.cbe.ab.ca/transitrebate for more information on things such as eligibility, rebate amounts, how to register and how to submit a monthly pass.
Parents/guardians: Due to Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), if you want to keep receiving electronic messages from our school on commercial topics such as student fees and field trip costs, you need to subscribe online.
In addition, if you want to receive any text messages from our school, you need to opt-in by texting the word YES to the six-digit number 724665.
The Many Faces of Forest Lawn High School
myPass is an Alberta Education secure self-service website for high school students to :