For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, that little bit of snow provided lots of outdoor fun in our schoolyards. Indoors, students sorted, learned about pulleys and gears and we thanked our Educational Assistants for the phenomenal work they do and the difference they make in our schools.
Just a bit of snow provided a lot of fun for the students at St. John XXIII School.
The St. Brother Andre School students were able to make the season’s first snowman this week.
Searching for God’s colourful gifts in the great outdoors at St. James School.
Sorry not sorry at St. Emily School. Fun but messy times in the rain.
A colourful lesson in sorting for the St. Jerome School students.
What an interesting way for the Dr. F.J. McDonald School students to learn about pulleys and gears.
All decked out for Plaid Day during Spirit Week at St. Theresa School.
Our Educational Assistant’s show love and patience towards their students every single day.
The OCSB Second Annual Black Student Forum empowered and supported these Notre Dame High School students and their voices.
Students from the Lester B. Pearson Black Student Association came together to share their experiences, discuss ideas and foster community within our high schools.