For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, there is so much to celebrate in our schools: Valentine’s Day, our love for the great outdoors, the 100th day of school, Lunar New Year, our continuing journey through Black History Month and our dedicated staff who were nominated for a Director of Education Commendation Award. Can you feel the love?
It’s Valentine’s Week, and all these St. Mary School students need is love…and snow to display it outdoors.
It was a busy day in Miss Fitzsimmons class at Chapel Hill School as students created Valentine’s cards for their friends and family.
Check out this creative use of celery hearts to paint roses in Miss McNeil’s kindergarten class at Corpus Christi School.
During their ‘love’ themed week, St. George School students show their love for the great outdoors.
What’s not to love about winter when you have a hat like this!? St. Elizabeth School students are getting ready to head outdoors.
Is this a 100-year-old student, or is she just dressing up to celebrate the 100th day of school at St. Stephen School?
We are celebrating 100 days of fun and learning at St. John the Apostle School.
Check out this artistic Black History Month display at Holy Cross School.
Ms. Duchesne’s students created this inspirational dream wall at Our Lady of Victory School.
Proud to “have a dream” and wear it too at St. Augustine School.
We are getting ready for the Lunar New Year in Ms. Kirvar’s class at Divine Infant School.
Ms. Rideout’s Virtual Academy Class counted coins and read stories about the Lunar New Year.
Traditional paper lanterns to celebrate Lunar New Year were created by Ms. Morin’s student at Thomas D’Arcy McGee School.
Here is one of the many dedicated OCSB employees recently nominated for a Director of Education Commendation award. It is such an honour to be nominated for this prestigious award.