This week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling is all about the snow! Ottawa Catholic School yards have been buzzing with joy and creativity all week as we welcomed the first significant snowfall of the season!
Ms. Keyota’s class at Corpus Christi School wins for the biggest and messiest snowball this year!
Ms. Dinardo’s kinders at St. Anne School put the final touches on their “Olaf” snowman.
These innovative kinders at St. Michael School, Fitzroy figured out what this week’s snow was good for.
Ms Wilson, St. Michael Fitzroy: Playing in the snow became a science experiment. These kinders at St. Michael School, Fitzroy will find out what’s in it once it’s melted.
Here’s to all of our hard working custodians keeping staff and students safe when it snows.
The outdoor rinks can’t open soon enough for Ms. Johnston’s Grade 9 phys ed class at St. Joseph High School
Having fun with fresh snow at St. Philip School
Mrs. Hardwick’s class at St. Augustine School knows how to have snow much fun with the white stuff.
What are these St. Augustine School students creating with all that snow?
Take a look at these angels from St. John XXIII School
Over at Chapel Hill Catholic School, Ms. Fitzsimmons’ students unleash their inner-penguin on a super silly snow slide.
The Grade 2 classes at St. Isabel School being one with nature on a beautiful winter day.
Ms. Vanneste’s outdoor classroom at St. Rita School was picture perfect for storytime this week.