For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students participated in Olympic events inside and outside and enjoyed the mild temperatures to try out snowshoes. The learning continued about black excellence during Black History Month. Love was in the air as classrooms were filled with art projects for Valentine’s day and many students carved out some time to read.
The Olympics are happening live in the gym at St. Dominic School. What great athletes we have!
The winter Olympic Sports at St. Kateri Tekakwitha School took place indoors and outdoors.
The St. Isabel School students can’t wait for the opportunity to snowshoe again this winter.
They’re getting the hang of it at St. Martin de Porres School.
It was a great collaborative effort by the Good Shepherd School students to create this display board and the results are simply dazzling.
So much to learn during Black History Month at St. Anne School. Great podcasts created by the students.
The St. Martin de Porres School students wouldn’t want to live in a world if jelly beans were all the same. Who would?
We have some readers in our midst at Dr. F. J. McDonald School. A love of reading is a wonderful thing to learn.
There’s pride in reading that you can just see on the face of this St. Michael School, Ottawa student.
Lots of creative and heart warming artwork is starting to appear at St. Francis Assisi School in anticipation of St. Valentine’s Day.
Here’s a message from the St. Philip School students that everyone should hear.
So proud of the St. Pius X High School students who were great representatives on CTV News.