For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, there was a whole lot of spooktacular learning taking place in our schools. Halloween fun, fresh air and caring for our community summed up this wonderful last week of October. Happy Halloween!
The St. Philip School students were getting into the spirit early in the week.
Learning new and fun Halloween words at St. Augustine School. Just look at those smizing eyes.
Dissecting and exploring the insides of a pumpkin at St. Stephen School made for an interesting lesson for the kindergarten class.
This looked like so much fun! Racing around the gym at St. Marguerite d’Youville School as the students rushed to be a witch, a wizard or a blob.
Such determination by the students at St. Isabel School as they concentrated to stack their stones. Well done!
When a play center conjures up a math lesson as this St. Emily School student discovered, you just know she’s going places.
The Holy Family School students took advantage of a nearby park and a lovely late Fall day.
Bringing the pumpkin patch to the schoolyard was a great idea for the students at St. Michael School, Ottawa.
Great discussion at St. Luke School Ottawa as the students debate which foods and drinks are nutritional and beneficial to their growing minds and bodies.
Hard at work in French class at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School learning about mapping.
Put the sound up to hear how this St. Dominic School student eloquently explains his outdoor art creation and how it represents peace.
This St. Martin de Porres School student has been getting his school community to contribute to the local food bank at a very young age. How kind is that? #ocsb grateful.
‘On the path towards reconciliation’ took on new meaning for the Notre Dame High School students this week.