Today’s learners cannot imagine life without the internet and supporting technology. The concept of the traditional library is changing to include technology, online tools and spaces for collaboration and exploration.
Books are loaned to students for a two-week period. There will be a replacement fee charged for lost or damaged books and students will be given a notice to bring home to their parents.
RT @EdgemontRm17CBE: We analyzed art by Métis artist Leah Dorion. Students are creating wetland landscape clay art inspired by her artistic style. https://t.co/sAP7Cz83Ff
RT @Loriholford: A big thank you and shout out to Mike from @Panago_Pizza store at Beacon Hill Calgary. Thank you for your generosity and taking care of our staff @EdgemontCBE the end of a busy week! #Gratitude
RT @cityofcalgary: “How might we reimagine our public spaces to enrich the lives of Calgarians & strengthen our community?”
That question will be answered by students who will have the chance to use @Minecraft to redesign our #downtownyyc as part of the @yyCBEdu collaboration Level Up, Calgary! ⬇️
RT @Loriholford: First aid training with a view @EdgemontCBE https://t.co/YJzqXFM1LI
RT @MissMillarRocks: 🧡🧡🧡 #EveryChildMatters #WeWearOrange #TruthAndReconciliation https://t.co/RLB4hoRR9i