This week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling features stories and photographs about our exciting STEAM week where students celebrate and explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math through various learning activities and virtual activities. Schools also recognized Pink Shirt Day, to celebrate diversity and working together to stop bullying. Some classes managed to combine STEAM with Pink Shirt Day and Lenten activities all rolled into one. Amazing!
Building bridges during STEAM week in Ms. Benckhuysen’s class at St. Matthew High School.
So much to explore in Ms. Baudoux’s class this week at St. Mary School.
The big bad wolf won’t be able to knock down the structures built in Ms. Delaney’s class at St. Martin de Porres. Now that’s team work!
There appears to be some budding engineers in Mme Ferguson’s class at Dr. F.J. McDonald School.
George Vanier School’s kindergarten class produced all sorts of STEAM projects.
Combining STEAM activities with Lenten promises made for some beautiful artwork crosses at St. James School.
This St. Rose of Lima School student may just be in reach of his goal to invent things to use in outer space.
Designing their own pink shirts in Ms. Hardwick’s class at St. Augustine School.
Students taking their tower project seriously in Miss Pexioto’s class at St. Cecilia School.
How do you build a tower with eggs? Just ask Ms. Santo’s students at St. Philip School.
Heading outside for math lessons for Ms. Longre’s students at Our Lady of Peace School.
Art and Science at its best in Mrs. Marcie’s class at St. Michael Ottawa School.
There’s a chain reaction happening in Ms. Currie’s class at St. Rose of Lima School and the students are pretty proud of it.
So many great inventions this week like this winged and wheeled robot from Ms. Brooks student at St. Andrew School.
Be sure to listen to Monsieur Breton’s students at All Saint High School who have developed a student driven podcast.
Origami robots were on the agenda in Mme Nguessie’s class at St. Michael Corkery this week.
Awesome wood burning art collaboration from two students at Notre Dame High School.
The Virtual Program students in Ms. Conway’s class are in on the STEAM challenges using items found in their home to create a tower. Endless possibilities at home.