For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, Kindness Week and the 100th day of school were celebrated. The snow made for some great outdoor activities and Olympic-like competitions. Students shared the love with CHEO and had a fantastic week of learning.
It was a great lesson and celebration of the 100th day of school at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School.
Fun and friendship in the yard at St. Bernard School for these buddies.
There’s no time like snow time to do experiments outside like this colourful one at St. Emily School.
Deep Learning doesn’t just happen inside our classrooms! You can see the determination of the St. Patrick Elementary School students as they figured out a creative way to manage a snowy dilemma.
So many winter fun activities are taking place at Guardian Angels School.
St. Marguerite d’Youville School had the best time during outdoor Winter Olympics day.
The St. George School students are blessed with a beautiful outdoor space to try cross-country skiing on these perfect winter days.
Bundled up against the cold, the St. Joseph High School students collaborated to make quinzhees.
Critical thinking as the Holy Cross School students watch a facilities truck deal with the “lake” in their yard.
What a wonderful delivery for the patients at CHEO to receive from the creative artists at St. Bernard School.
A lesson on wonderful winter words took place at St James School.
It was fun to learn about measurements at St. Gabriel School when combined with a game of tag.
Grade 6 St. Augustine School students had an opportunity to share their cultural and ethnic backgrounds with their peers this week!
This St. Elizabeth School student made a thoughtful wardrobe choice for #ocsbKindness Week.