Friday Feeling | Twitter highlights week 28

For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, it’s May, the month we honour Mary and students created some beautiful artwork, prayers and poems. With the lovely weather here, students continued to reflect on what they are thankful for.  Between building birdhouses, trees and other creative structures, it was a highly constructive week!

The grade 1 students at St. Martin de Porres School show their artistic talents in honour of Mary.

Prayers to Mother Mary at St. Kateri Tekakwitha School.

Look at the beautiful Word Art that the Grade 1 students at Dr. F.J. McDonald School designed while learning about prayer.

The St. Gabriel School students are thankful to our nurses for everything they do each and every day.

The Thomas D’Arcy McGee School students took advantage of the lovely spring weather this week to plant flowers at the church nearby.

Look at the creations the Elementary Virtual Program students were able to make for Earth Day.

Enjoying reading time in the great outdoors at St. John XXIII School

For Arts Month, staff enjoyed an online Arts event.  Mme Dielle will share with her students soon at St. Isidore School.  

Lots of learning in this engineering and recycling activity at St. Dominic School.

Using Oreos in the Elementary Virtual Program to learn about the moon phases – what a delicious idea!

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