Transportation Registration Deadline Approaching

Register before Aug. 1 to ensure service on the first day of school. Registrations received after Aug. 1 may not be processed until after Sept. 18 and will experience delays of two to three weeks before they can ride the bus.

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Learning Commons

Welcome to Our Learning Commons

A.E. Bowers Elementary School Learning Commons is the central hub of our school.  It serves our English and French Immersion program student population, as well as teacher, staff, and parent needs.  A.E. Bowers Learning Commons has been developed to engage and encourage learners to enrich their learning in creative and unique ways.

Our Learning Commons will provide access for our students to learn in a variety of ways, using a variety of technologies.  We encourage students and staff to use our Learning Commons to its fullest potential.

Want to continue learning while at home? Try these online options?

A Choice Board is an excellent way for children and families to continue to learn while at home.

Click here to download the Grade 1 choice board!

Click here to download a general choice board!

Our team created a virtual learning commons! It is an excellent repository for children who are engaging in at-home and online learning.

CLICK HERE to play, explore, and learn!

Tumblebooks Access

TumbleBooks Username: Bowers41

TumbleBooks Password: reads

Click HERE to see the books added to the library in the past 30 days!

Did You Know?...

The Spine label tells two pieces of information.

F or FIC means Fiction or Chapter book

E means Easy or Picture Book

LR means Leveled Reader

GRA means Graphic Novel

355 or other numbers means Non-Fiction.

The 3 letters underneath, is the start of the author’s last name!

Every subject has it’s own number!

For example, dinosaurs are 567 and hockey is 796.

This is how we keep "like" books together on the shelves!

Land Acknowledgment

Rocky View Schools would like to acknowledge the land and recognize all the Indigenous Peoples whose footprints have marked these lands from time immemorial. Together, we can learn and honour the Ways of Knowing of Indigenous Peoples for all future generations.