Today’s #ocsbFridayFeeling showcases posts from our OCSB community during Bullying Prevention and Awareness Week. Throughout the week, our staff and students stood up to bullying with kindness. In addition to #ocsbKindness, we also had our first ever virtual #ocsbBlackStudentForum to give students the opportunity to share their voice.
The students at Holy Trinity Catholic High School made pledges to promote compassion and kindness at their school. Each link of the chain holds a student’s pledge.
Ms. Fabian’s students at Holy Spirit School have a hand on filling people’s buckets with kindness.
What does kindness look like to you? These grade 1 students from St. Gemma School draw what they are thinking.
Thomas D’Arcy McGee Catholic School staff knows that kindness starts with them, so created a “Shout Out” tree filled with positive messages of gratitude and appreciation.
St. Nicholas Adult High School showed kindness and community go hand-in-hand as they worked together doing outdoor fall cleanup.
This week educators and students collaborated to host our first ever virtual #ocsbBlackStudentForum. The impactful discussions and reflections were life-giving as our community explored ways to build community through kindness, equity and trust.
These St. Rose of Lima School students filled each other’s buckets by saying nice things to each other.
After reading the book “Say Something,” Ms. Cavar’s Grade 1 and 2s at Good Shepherd School expressed how to be an upstander not a bystander.
We are reminded of how beautiful and unique we all are by Ms. Docanto’s Grade 2 students at Divine Infant School.
St. Stephen School students created a peace tree to reflect the whole school’s commitment to be a safe, happy, and welcoming community.
Cover Image: Staff at St. Luke School, Nepean sport pink shirts that spread kindness, not germs!