For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students had a great time enjoying the snow before it disappears and loved the learning taking place in the classrooms. Students supported each other with reading and new words in French during la mois de la francophonie. Time for a well-deserved break for our teaching staff and hard-working students.
Happy hearts and beautiful voices can be heard at Prince of Peace School on their Lenten Journey.
Such lovely artwork on the journey to Easter by the students at St. Leonard School.
It was a great week to bring a beach towel to get into spring break mode at Guardian Angels School.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School students proudly present their peace pins.
Supporting one another is common and a joy to hear at St. Luke School, Nepean.
Learning new words in French is always fun at St. Anne School.
More growth than ever is taking place at St. Philip School.
These St. Matthew High School students are proud of their baked goods to celebrate an early St. Patrick’s Day.
Chapel Hill Catholic School has one of the best forests for the students to enjoy on these last days of winter.
The Our Lady of Peace School students will be sorry to see the snow hills disappear.