D2L (Desire to Learn) is the main form of communicating classroom assignments and homework expectations for our Grade 5 to 9 students. Parents are asked to contact the teacher directly about any concerns or questions they may have regarding their child‟s learning. The teacher is the primary contact for addressing any concerns with classroom or homework assignments.

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D2L (Desire to Learn) is the main form of communicating classroom assignments and homework expectations for our Grade 5 to 9 students. Parents are asked to contact the teacher directly about any concerns or questions they may have regarding their child‟s learning. The teacher is the primary contact for addressing any concerns with classroom or homework assignments.

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There's one week left until the CBE Night with the Hitmen! Use the code FUEL and $5 from every ticket sold helps CBE students receive nutritious breakfasts through Fuel for School https://t.co/cdfCwXAKbn #WeAreCBE https://t.co/QKyv6qlKpw

RT @CBELanguages: thank you to the teachers and students of Midnapore and Harold Pannapaker for a fantastic year of the rat celebration @yyCBEdu https://t.co/IBevBUhQ70

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RT @mustardseedyyc: Today @CrescentCowboys student Alex and his friends came by The Mustard Seed with bags full of @McDonaldsCanada sandwiches to hand out to those experiencing homelessness! Why did he do this? Because it's his birthday and he wanted to give back. Thank you Alex! @Crackmacs https://t.co/rWYZq2qKyW

RT @skillsalberta: We had a contest for students to design our 2020 Cardboard Boat Race medal - and here is the winning design from an Ernest Manning High School student! @yyCBEdu #yycbe #ABisSkilled https://t.co/O6IpOv4VQm