Each school in our system has developed its own culture that represents the unique needs and expectations of students, staff, parents and school community members. Along with their own school culture, each school reflects a unified CBE culture of inclusion.
Students, staff and school communities share the responsibility of cultivating environments that welcome everyone and provide opportunities to thrive in life and learning.
Our schools are safe, positive, inclusive, equitable and welcoming learning and working environments that support and respond to the needs of students and staff.
Recognizing the full range of uniqueness in our students and staff is central to our work.
Creating Inclusive Environments
We are committed to providing inclusive environments.
We provide respectful, safe, secure and welcoming environments for all students, families and staff inclusive of:
- physical ability
- mental ability
- gender identity and gender expression
- sexual orientation
- cultural and linguistic diversity
- religious beliefs
- socioeconomic status
- family composition
Creating Safe and Caring Environments for LGBTQ Youth
At the CBE, we are committed to creating safe and caring communities for everyone, including our LGBTQ youth.