Friday Feeling | Oh the Places They’ll Go

For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students were thrilled to take part in the #Launch2021 virtual career fair with engaging keynote speakers who offered amazing insight and advice. Best takeaway? Probably “every path is valid.” As the week provided us with some fantastic weather, we couldn’t help highlighting more great outdoor learning that happened at our schools. This week affirmed that whether in Kindergarten or Grade 12, OCSB students are poised for a bright future. 

Future restauranteurs and chefs at Lester B. Pearson High School enjoyed a lesson in healthy eating. 

What an awesome presentation for these Immaculata High School students learning to combine something you are passionate about with a career.

Participating in some hands-on learning at Holy Trinity High School students.  Such a great way to learn.

The St. George School students were inspired by Dr. Jane Goodall during the #Launch2021 Career Fair.

Such concentration on the faces of these budding engineers at St. Clare School

This student is investigating and documenting the size of this lumpy bumpy pumpkin at Holy Spirit School.  What career could this lead to?

It’s only natural that St. Dominic School students would head outside to learn patterns in math.

Showing off the many outdoor learning opportunities at St. Mary School.

Teamwork is always a good idea when studying for a test at St. Cecilia School.

St. Jerome School is proud of its accomplishment this week.

A fun matching game in French took place at Corpus Christi School.

Writing in French and a bewitching craft was in order for the St. Martin de Porres School grade 6 students.

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