Friday feeling | Twitter highlights week 5

Today’s #ocsbFridayFeeling showcases posts from our OCSB community recognizing Veteran’s week. Our staff and students showed creativity and innovation this year with #ocsbRemembers activities to include members of our community in person and online. Lest we forget. 

St. Mother Teresa High School created a beautiful display in their atrium showcase to remember the fallen.

A talented educator led M.F. McHugh Education Centre students through a memorable arts activity painting and writing cards for our veterans.

St. Michael School, Ottawa’s Remembrance Day display was full of thoughtful and faith-filled elements to foster meaningful reflection and appreciation.

Assumption School Kindergarten students remember by making beautiful handmade poppies.

Ms. Vriend’s Grade 2 class at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School wrote cards to Ottawa’s oldest resident, who at 109 is also thought to be Canada’s oldest war veteran.

Kindergarten students from Thomas D’Arcy McGee Catholic School had the opportunity to interview a Sergeant via Google Meet to deepen their understanding of Remembrance Day.

M. Gilmour’s Grade 7 and 8’s at Holy Trinity High School express messages of thanks en français. Special shout out to the student who wrote their message in beautiful cursive penmanship!

St. Michael Fitzroy held a beautiful outdoor Remembrance Day ceremony

The talented students in Lester B. Pearson Catholic High School‘s Education for Community Living (ECL) class made stunning poppies using a simple dough set over a bowl and a little paint.

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