LBHS School Event Calendar
Highlights and Happenings
Weekly Improv Shows
Fridays at lunch in THE CLUB (behind the theatre) starting October.
LBHS Graduation Ceremony and Banquet – May 22
Unified 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament
U of C May 23 – Go Lords!
Skills Alberta Competition
Edmonton – May 30/June 1 – Good luck to all LBHS competitors. Be Fiercely Proud!
Fine Arts Celebration Week – June 4-8
June 4 - Jazz solos, after school
June 5 - Jazz solos, Art Show @ 6:30 PM East Courtyard, Learning Commons
June 6 - Music Awards: BBQ - 4:30 PM / Awards event - 6:00 PM
June 7 - Dance Shows @ 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM
June 8 - Year End Improv. Show @ 7:00 PM
Night of the Lords – LBHS Athletic Awards
June 11 6:30 PM Main gym
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"Success in Learning Days” -
June 11, 12, 15 and 21st, 2018
During “Success in Learning Days”, students can access a variety of different learning opportunities and activities. These will include credit rescue, access to tutorial support, specific curriculum concept reviews, and practical sessions designed to enrich or extend learning.
The link that follows will allow students the opportunity to design their learning over the four days, and to access what they need to be more successful in preparation for exams or to finish the semester on a positive note.
Success in Learning Days - Daily Scedule (pdf)
Congratulations to the LBHS Class of 2018
WPC/ABWPA/CBE Partnership at LBHS
Water Polo Canada and Alberta Water Polo have established a partnership with the Calgary Board of Education and Lord Beaverbrook High School beginning in September 2018. More information (pdf)
Transportation for LBHS Students in 2018-19
- Lord Beaverbrook will maintain school express service with Calgary Transit in the 2018-19 school year for the Grade 12 students who are in the Joane Cardinal-Schubert attendance area. The service (number of buses per route) will be 1/3 compared to the 2017-18 school year. This means the routes will still exist to current communities, just with less buses that use the same route.
- Students in grade 10 or 11 who live in the Joane Cardinal-Schubert attendance area, and who choose to attend Lord Beaverbrook High School would be “out of attendance area” students. As such these students can utilize the existing service, but CBE is unable to guarantee an level of service. As out of attendance area students, transportation becomes the families' responsibility.
Student Success – Learning Lounge
Sessions and tutoring for students:
Proposed Walk Zone Survey | Joane Cardinal-Schubert High School
Before the walk zones are finalized, parents and community members have another opportunity for input. You are invited to view the proposed walk zones posted your school website and then complete an online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/walkzones to provide your feedback. This survey will be open until June 14, 2018.
More information here.
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Lord Beaverbrook Modernization
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