For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, it was all about Spring as students created artwork with bubbles, painted rocks for gardens and learned about our friends, the bees. Newborn chicks were welcomed and Arks and calming centres were built inside. So much going on in the merry Month of May!
These St. Kateri Tekakwitha School students were buzzing with excitement after a virtual tour with a bee-keeper.
The tulips are in full bloom at Good Shepherd School this week.
Is it science or is it art? Some of the Corpus Christi School students created bubble art while learning at home this week.
There are all kinds of ways to be welcoming as seen on these posters by the Virtual Elementary Program School students.
Look at the huge ark this student from St. John Paul II School built!
Newborn chicks enjoying recess time at Monsignor Paul Baxter School.
Learning while playing with play-doh was a great activity for the students at St. Philip School.
A whole lot of hope in the Peace Garden at St. Anne School.
What a great idea from this St. John XXIII School student who created an at home calming area.
We had a brave Elementary Virtual Program School teacher who taste tested suggestions from her Grade 6 students.
How long will this St. Jerome School student have to wait before his butterfly appears?
Students showing their skills at American Sign Language.