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RT @yyCBEdu: CBE parents/guardians, watch your inbox for information from the Chief and Senior Medical Officers of Health in Alberta about influenza circulating in the province & measures individuals can take to reduce the spread/lessen the impact in schools https://t.co/hETIuEDknh #yycbe https://t.co/S5AxW9QgXP

RT @Chelsea_OLeary: Alliance planning with our high school mentors. It was so fun being able to play together in one of our matches. #WeAreCBE@FTCAlberta⁩ ⁦@ABE_Aberharthttps://t.co/Rif9mZDgDu

RT @Chelsea_OLeary: Testing out our robot for Qualification 8. It moves and can almost place a cone on the black marker. Lots of teamwork and persistence. #WeAreCBE@FTCAlberta⁩ ⁦@ValleyCreekCBEhttps://t.co/JCUiX7l8Km

RT @Chelsea_OLeary: Huge thank you to both @MandelaUnited and @ABE_Aberhart students for helping our robotics team troubleshoot several issues we had tonight with our robot. They exemplified gracious professionalism. 👏🤩 #WeAreCBE @ValleyCreekCBE https://t.co/vgK91KIhK1

Tanshi! This week is Métis Week. In our announcements this week, students learned about the Red River Jig and the Métis Sash. Did you know there are more than 114,000 Métis people living in Alberta? (Photo credit to @Indigenous_cbe) #wearecbe https://t.co/Us4vCDUtEX