This week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling features highlights from the week before Christmas when all through the schools, many teachers were stirring – creating a buzz as their students prepared for the greatest gift of all.
The Christmas pageant presented by Mademoiselle Radulescu’s class at St. John XXIII School.
Santa Claus himself brought smiles to Ms. Seath’s class on the Kindergarten yard at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School.
Ugly sweater day is making spirits high at Christmas time in Ms. Nisbet’s class at St. Jerome School.
COVER: You can see from her smizing eyes how happy this Our Lady of Fatima School student is to be donating to Toy Mountain.
Merry Christmas from St. Anne School to all of the Ottawa Student Transportation Authority bus drivers for getting our students to and from school each and every day of the year.
This Grade 4 class at St. Theresa School is proud of the cards they created for the staff at CHEO.
Reaching high at Chapel Hill School to decorate the Jesse Tree with symbols they learned in stories they read.
How thoughtful of the Notre Dame High School student council for remembering the custodial staff and thanking them for all the extra work this year. Merry Christmas!
Look at St. Patrick Elementary School spreading hope and raising $700 for the Barrhaven Food cupboard as an Advent initiative.
Quote of the week goes to this student at St. John Paul II School. You just can’t beat this logic!
The true spirit of Christmas is alive and well at St. Stephen School as Mr. MacDonnell’s students create Christmas cards for the Neskantaga First Nations Community who are living in a hotel due to a water crisis.