Alberta Health Services provides sessions for parents and educators on a variety of topics through the Community Education Service.  CES sessions are free and open to all adults (unless otherwise indicated).

Follow the link to Community Education Service to sign up for a free account and browse upcoming sessions  community.hmhc.ca/

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Alberta Health Services provides sessions for parents and educators on a variety of topics through the Community Education Service.  CES sessions are free and open to all adults (unless otherwise indicated).

Follow the link to Community Education Service to sign up for a free account and browse upcoming sessions  community.hmhc.ca/

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RT @ArleneDickinson: Maritime dad having to resort to swearing at the family. Listen up people. #StayTheBlazesHome https://t.co/XUt6wym2L0

Teachers at Mount Royal School were so excited to be able to connect with their students this week in Google Meet! Looking forward to continue next week. Just a few little reminders when engaging in online meetings: https://t.co/f06Ijt12hi

RT @principalfero: iPhone or iPads actually have a scanner! If you are planning to scan any work to your teachers use Notes App. Open a new note, press the camera button, the option to scan document will pop up. Once scanned, you can email it with less band width than a photo. @CBELearningTech https://t.co/0IHryJuVWx

Our awesome teachers hosted their first Google Meets with our awesome students today. Teachers were so excited to reconnect! Remember to use your gmail-“educbe”account to login and to email teachers if you are having challenges. We are so Proud of all of you! #lionpride. https://t.co/OJVc4R1PqX

RT @UsihChristopher: I encourage you to follow @CBELearningTech for information & supports related to teaching and learning with technology. Please share this with CBE colleagues. Retweet, please! Thank you #WeAreCBE