Fostering digital citizenship at home

Digital citizenship at home, Calgary Alberta, CFISAs we continue to develop knowledge of and skills in digital citizenship with CFIS students, it is important to create a common language between home and school to work together to ensure we are creating responsible safe future ready individuals.
Here are some tips and tricks to help foster digital citizenship with your children at home:

Digital citizenship in the classroom

Digital Citizenship in the Classroom at the Calgary French & International SchoolCFIS students are digital natives, born in the digital age into a world full of connectivity, technology and media. However, we cannot assume that just because our children are exposed to the many advances of technology of the 21st century, that they understand their roles and responsibilities.

Retirement interview | Mme. Sheila Tousignant

Retirement inteview sheila tousignant at CFISAs a young girl, Mme. Sheila Tousignant would spend hours playing school, delivering lessons and giving tests. It’s no surprise then that She succeeded as a teacher at CFIS for 24 years. Following her studies at the University of Calgary and University of St. Michael’s College in Toronto, Mme. Tousignant taught kindergarten, grades 1 and 2 and English in grades 3, 4 and 6 at CFIS from 1989 to June 2015

Cafeteria: More than 30,000 meals were served to students and staff last year by our 30 dedicated cooks and volunteers

Cafeteria at the Calgary French and International SchoolWelcome back! We stay committed to providing students and staff with our convenient online ordering system. We will continue to provide a variety of healthy food choices everyone will enjoy.


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