Friday Feeling | Constructing a future for our students

For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, inside or outside, the learning was never-ending and interesting as students donned construction hats, stethoscopes and tried their hand at engineering. Plus the beautiful winter days lent themselves to fantastic outdoor activities. #ocsbCompassion #ocsbReads

Creating volcanoes in the great outdoors was a fun lesson for the St. Philip School students.

Perfect winter days for identifying trees by the St. Michael School, Fitzroy students.

Family Literacy Day was a perfect time for the St. Kateri Tekakwitha School students to visit the library.

What brings you joy? The St. Francis of Assisi School students puzzled over this at school this week.

Thank goodness for this team of budding doctors at Chapel Hill School.  Their stuffies are in good hands.

Looks like it’s been a hands-on kind of week of learning at St. Rose of Lima School.

#ocsbCompassion was shining through in the signs made by the students at St. James School.

What yummy creations that the St. Patrick High School students created and no doubt tasted.

There is loads to learn about bridges at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School.

Lots of creativity and critical thinking during the great egg drop challenge at St. Martin de Porres School.

Computer Engineering at its best as demonstrated by this student at Immaculata High School.

It doesn’t get much better than having the Rideau Canal right in front of Immaculata High School.  Now that’s a great physical education class.

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