Showing some of the items for this year’s time capsule are Grade 9 students Caylen Deibert

Memories

2014 marks the third year that students at École H. J. Cody School have taken part in a project called “The Time Capsule”.

2014 marks the third year that students at École H. J. Cody School have taken part in a project called “The Time Capsule”. Essentially, students write letters to each other, and collect letters from friends and loved ones. The time capsule will be sealed until graduation day, in June 2017, when it will be opened for the first time.

The first group to open their time capsule will be the grad class of 2015, next year.

If you know a student at H. J. who is currently in Grade 9, please feel free to write them a letter. You can give the letter directly to them to hand in, drop it off in the school office, or email your letter to Kelsey Wilson at kwilson@chinooksedge.ab.ca.

 

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