For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students exemplified the meaning of Pink Shirt Day and ended Black History Month with amazing lessons and arts and crafts. The outdoors continues to be an extension of learning as students problem solved and enjoyed the sights and sounds of winter. #ocsbBlackHistoryMonth
A sea of pink could be seen at St. John the Apostle School on Pink Shirt Day. Great representation les enfants.
Pretty in pink and the kindest t-shirts ever at Guardian Angels School.
Creativity at its best at St. Rita School as the students crafted masks at the end of Black History Month.
St. Dominic School students enjoyed their research projects and loved ending Black History Month by creating sculptures.
There was a good lesson in citizenship after the St. Martin de Porres School students read a book about a famous inventor.
The math lesson on polyhedrons is going to this Corpus Christi School student’s head.
Cuddling up with a good book was a nice way to end the week at St. Isabel School.
A sunny winter day and dry pavement earlier this week meant it was time to bring out the sidewalk chalk at St. Anne School.
Taking in the amazing sights and sounds of winter at Holy Spirit School.
These critical thinkers at St. Michael School, Corkery came up with a great solution to a frozen-toy dilemma.
An ideal opportunity for the students at St. Joseph High School to try dogsledding.
Hands-on learning is critical for co-operative education students as this St. Paul High School student is experiencing.
The Immaculata High School students feel at home at their school and just don’t want class to end.
Masters at the game of chess at a tournament at Lester B. Pearson High School.