Friday Feeling | Twitter highlights week 15

This week’s 2021 #ocsbFridayFeeling features stories and photographs from our schools as we recognize Black History Month.  Schools have decked out their lobbies and display cases to honour and acknowledge the amazing contributions of Black Canadians.  Follow along in February using #BlackHistoryOCSB.

Mrs. Lawrence’s elementary Virtual Academy student speaks about someone who inspires him.

After reading the book “All Are Welcome” which celebrates equity and diversity, the St. James School Kindergarten class created their own signs to display in their classroom. 

The St. Peter High School Black Student Association has a different focus for every week of Black History Month.

Check out the Periodic table to celebrate Black History Month 2021 created in cooperation with teachers Mr. Ozamiz and Ms. Lemon of Immaculata High School.

Our Continuing and Community Education department showcased weekly profiles of amazing icons to celebrate the stories of Black Canadians, starting with the incomparable Jean Augustine, this year’s @macleans Lifetime Achievement Award winner!

St. Isabel School is decked out and ready to participate in Black History Month festivities and events.

Ms. Reilley’s Virtual Academy student proudly presents his knowledge about Canada’s first female black publisher.

Célébrons tous le Mois de l’histoire des noirs avec Mme Goold, Holy Redeemer School.

Mrs. Nisbet’s class at St. Jerome School enjoyed a high energy presentation from motivational speaker Saidat.

The hard working students in Mrs. Ross’ class at St. Thomas More School work on their BHM projects.

St. James School students in Ms. Lewis’ class reflect on a young Nova Scotian poet’s inspiring words.

Students in Ms. Davis’ class at St. Anne School got to learn all about Ghana from Samuel today!

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