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RT @MsBurgessGrade4: After listening to @NicolaCampbel20 read her stories “She-Shi-etko” and “Shin-Chi’s Canoe” we then continued to compared @CPCobras with residential schools and then planned what special items we would bring with us in our memory bags. #WeAreCBE #TruthAndReconciliation https://t.co/bFyvZ9HSG3

Look at these amazing 3D self portraits! Grade 3’s’ are looking at “Identity” as their big idea! They are reflecting on themselves and their identities before leaning about the identity of others. Way to go Ms. Nevelos’ class! #WeAreCBE https://t.co/YhGEMDAyOV

Sunday is the start of Rosh Hashanah, also known as the Jewish New Year, which marks the beginning of the Jewish High Holy Days. Shana Tova to all that celebrate! #WeAreCBE https://t.co/NZeF6wGrYY

RT @MsBurgessGrade4: Today we welcomed O’ko and the learned about the fall equinox. We listened to Elder Red Plume tell us how the Blackfoot traditionally prepared for winter and made connections to how we prepare for the winter season. We also discussed signs that winter is on its way. #WeAreCBe https://t.co/GVsxjpcpIc

RT @Indigenous_cbe: As long as the☀️shines, the🌱grows and the🏞️flows 🧡 Today marks the 145th anniversary of #Treaty7 on Fall🍂Equinox #September22 #WeAreCBE #whatissomethingyoucando https://t.co/xlhASjoqW0