For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, it was all about the snow and structures and science and snowshoes and the list goes on. Students delved into Black History Month and celebrated Chinese New Year. So much to celebrate. #ocsbBlackHistoryMonth #ocsbGrateful
Snowshoe races in the yard for the St. Benedict School students in preparation of the Olympics!
What do the St. Philip School students do with all that bright white snow? How about adding some colour and painting it!
A fun-filled recess of slip-sliding away for the students at St. Francis of Assisi School.
The writing is on the wall by the students at St. Stephen School and how sweet it is.
A whole lot of gratitude to the custodian at Divine Infant School and all of our school custodians for the fantastic snow clearing job they do.
So much creativity happens at Chapel Hill School when the students are given loose parts to build with.
The Holy Spirit School students are observing their science experiments up close.
Putting engineer hats on and building structures at Georges Vanier School.
An interesting lesson about Africa was puzzling but fun for the St. Dominic School students.
This Chapel Hill School class learned about Chinese New Year from a great source this week.
Congratulations to these hard-working Notre Dame High School students for completing their first semester courses.
The English class at St. Peter High School are showing their writing skills and expressing their points of view.