Friday Feeling | Twitter highlights week 27

For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, we are celebrating Catholic Education Week!  Students reflected on what gives them hope. They showed who they are grateful for, decorated hope rocks and planted seeds in gardens.  One school celebrated an #ocsbExcellence award-winning student whose family just became Canadian citizens.  It was a beautiful hope-filled week.

This Sacred Heart School student says a lot just with his smile.

You can see the hope on these bright faces at Prince of Peace School.

The grade 2/3 students at Thomas D’Arcy McGee School are recognizing a lot of people who bring hope every day!

The kindergarten class drew their prayers while Praying in Colour today at St. Michael School, Ottawa.

Congratulations to this St. Monica School family who recently became Canadian citizens in hopes of a bright and beautiful future.

Lovely words from a grade 9 St. Mother Teresa School student when asked ‘What do you love about your Catholic school and who nurtures Hope in your school community? 

What a wonderful way for Divine Infant School to begin Cathoic Education Week.

Check out these budding gardeners planting seeds at St. Brigid School.  

The staff and students at St. Jerome School will enjoy these outdoor tables when they return to school.  

The work on the outdoor classroom has begun at All Saints High School.

Thankful for these St. Patrick School students for coming by with their hope rocks.

Great photography from a St. Stephen School student. These baby birds hope their mama comes back to feed them.  

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