For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling – Thursday edition, our schools are preparing for Easter creating stained glass and paper palm crosses. Earth month has kicked off with students crafting using recycled goods and looking for signs of spring. And is Smell-a-vision a thing? April Fools!!
Ms. Pagliarello’s students at St.Thomas More School sing Hosanna after making paper palm crosses.
More beautiful artwork from Mrs. Cleasby’s class at Holy Family School.
What is this little one in Miss Young’s class adding to the Lenten Prayer Pot at St. John XXIII School?
Students at St. Benedict School witnessed the Stations of the Cross this week.
Mrs. Coxall’s grade 3 class are to be commended for the thoughtful way they lead in Stations of the Cross at St. Luke School, Nepean.
An Easter themed art lesson combined with an Earth Month activity brought to you by Ms. Rankin’s students at Our Lady of Victory School.
The kindergarten classes at Guardian Angels School looked for signs of Spring while getting some fresh air on a rainy day this week.
Lots of fun and engaging Easter activities in Mlle Radulescu’s class at St. John XXIII School.
Easter bunnies and brown-E’s were on order in Mrs. Marcie’s class at St. Michael School, Ottawa.
Ms. Ostrom’s kindergarten class at St. Isidore School was on the lookout for worms during the wet Spring weather.
The Elementary Virtual Program is proud to present the long waited for Smell-O-Vision.