For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, while it may have been an unexpected return to remote learning, teachers and students alike proved they were up to the challenge. Our teachers are ready and our students are raring to go. Together we’ve got this!
The beautiful lesson on the Feast of Epiphany ended with fantastic artwork from the students at Our Lady of Wisdom School.
What gift would you give baby Jesus was discussed at St. Mary School to celebrate Epiphany.
The St. Martin de Porres School students were right back at it with a good book that led to a conversation on ways to show kindness.
Amazing start to the year for this class at St. Rose of Lima School. You made your teacher proud!
The staff at St. Josephine Virtual School is there to help their colleagues get back into online learning. #ocsbkindness
Can’t travel? No problem for the M.F. McHugh Education Centre students who took a virtual trip around the beautiful country we call home.
Look who popped into a grade 5/6 class at St. John the Apostle School. Thanks to Gerry Dee, host of Family Feud Canada for brightening the day for many of our students.
There is always hope especially with this beautiful addition to the lobby at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School.
The families lucky enough to live near St. Philip School in Richmond are in for a nice surprise when they see these beautiful decorations with messages to lighten their day.
The at-home artwork by the students at St. Dominic School is outstanding.
The acts of kindness during these trying times are never-ending as demonstrated at Sacred Heart High School.