For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, we’d like to say “merci” to our fantastic staff who have been pivoting non-stop during this pandemic! You’ll see tweets from and about teachers, custodians, Board staff, Office Administrators, you name it. So let’s continue to say “merci” over the next few weeks to acknowledge these difference-makers in your child’s life.
Thankful for the Liturgy team at St. Bernard School. How blessed are we?
Thankful for this beautiful day from the kindergarten classes at Our Lady of Wisdom School.
Mme Mulholland’s class at St. Monica School were thankful as they watched Mr. Luc in action. Un gros merci, Monsieur Luc!
The St. Peter High School “Team 100” students thank Jay the Chaplain who jams with them on Wednesdays in the atrium.
From one teacher to another at St. Luke School, Nepean – an enormous merci.
You can see by their “smizing” eyes how much the Office Administrators at St. Anne School like their t-shirts. Thank you to this team for all they do, all the time, all year long.
Mrs. Zappavigna at St. Gregory School says merci to her partnersfor the laughs during this challenging year. We lift each other up!
Congratulations and thank you to Mr. Leury at Holy Trinity High School for bringing your dedication and love of the arts to our students.
The OCSB Elementary Virtual Program is thankful for the opportunity to play and learn with their hundreds charts.
Have you thanked a colleague today? This Board employee was happy to receive a thank you from a Vice Principal at St. Pius X High School.
St. Paul High School is blessed and very thankful for Mrs. Dufour who starts the day off right with a greeting, a smile and a blessing every day.
Mlle Alyssa has many people to thank for making the beginning of her career as a teacher with the Ottawa Catholic School board such a positive experience. We are thankful she has joined our family at St. George School.
The parents at St. Benedict School are participating in #ocsbMerci by providing lunch to the wonderful and hard working staff. How kind is that?
Notre Dame High School is proud and gives thanks to these students for taking a stand with their Black Lives Matter shirts.
Ms. Kent wishes a happy International Women’s day to her students at St. Francis of Assisi School.