Media Club

Nelson Mandela’s Media Club is a safe space for all the oddballs who enjoy different forms of media including: anime, classic comic books, JPop and KPop, new era graphic novels, old horror films and video games. Through through viewings and discussions we are building an inclusive community where we can build media literacy skills and our friendships. We also have the occasional guest speaker from local events relating to media come to discuss their event and potential volunteer opportunities relating to our interests. Come check us out so you can: “Bring Your Lunch and Whatever You’re Into!”

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Cultural Wear Day was a huge success. So many of our students took part and there was even an impromptu dance party at lunch. #wearecbe https://t.co/7dlb3tOAmX

A very busy weekend with robotics, track and Eastside Dance!! https://t.co/2O7Dc50KTD

RT @nancykrar1: Ready for sun, rain, and running at the Dinos track meet with @tanilong Come cheer with us at the @bishopcarrollhs tent! Thx to @MandelaUnited for helping set up the tent this morning 👏 https://t.co/Q8HDLZuAlW

RT @dcpye: #FreightFrenzy event at @MandelaUnited today. Huge shout out to @MWay888 for organizing this event. Thanks for giving me the chance to be your head ref - it was a blast! Congrats to all the teams here today! Thanks to all the volunteers! #WeAreCBE @FTCTeams #robots https://t.co/T8feUL8JNd

RT @UsihChristopher: At Nelson Mandela HS ⁦@MandelaUnited⁩ where students from several schools are participating in the Robotics tournament. Thanks to Mitch Way @MWay888, Cecil Hall, staff and admin from all the schools, volunteers, and sponsors! Another proud #WeAreCBE moment! https://t.co/Bwr8ayxaZE

You can follow along at home at https://t.co/76mJpAKgO3 #wearecbe

And our “Flying with the Squadron” Robotics Tournament has officially begun. So great to have 18 teams from throughout Alberta here competing. #wearecbe https://t.co/0gWEpfQO27

Eid Mubarak to all that celebrate! https://t.co/v5KDy70NhS

RT @LPpritchard22: “Our ancestors never leave us. They are with us always, and they are so proud of you” Elder Kerrie Moore to Indigenous students in grade 9 getting ready for high school. ❤️ @Indigenous_cbe #CBEIndigenousEd #WeAreCBE https://t.co/oP31UIZ5e1