Friday Feeling | Treaty Week & Career Paths

For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, it was Treaty Recognition Week and students learned the importance of treaties and our commitment to continue on the path of reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. We continued to explore the different career paths students can take.

The St. Kateri Tekakwitha School students learned about treaty rights and relationships and ended the lesson by making their own Wampum belt.

Just ask St. Gemma School students what they learned about treaties this week.

Many schools were fortunate to have an Art lesson from an Indigenous Artist. Take a look at the wonderful pieces by the students at St. Bernard School.

Is it music class or math class at Assumption School?

The stunning outcome of combined forces of an elder, students and staff at Sacred Heart High School.

The Blessed Carlo Virtual School students enjoyed a presentation from Science North.

No ruler?  No problem!  So many methods to measure items in the classroom at St. Clare School.

A delightfully sweet math lesson for the St. Leonard School students.

The T. D. McGee School students are learning about different careers and why each one is important.

An interesting outdoor find and use of big new words from some little learners at Holy Redeemer School.

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