For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students celebrated Easter by participating in liturgies with one school walking to Church for Mass. Earth Day was recognized in countless ways with lessons on how we can help, cleaning up outside and enjoying the gifts of sunshine and fresh air that the earth provides.
St. Gregory School students created crowns for their Easter celebration – He has risen!
Easter season and Earth Week meant a great opportunity for the students at St. Michael School, Ottawa to walk to Church for Easter Mass.
A sunflower theme for Earth Week and prayers for peace at Guardian Angels School.
The students at Dr. F. J. MacDonald School weren’t worried about getting dirty when it came to their gardening project.
Growing minds and hopefully beans at St. Stephen School in Stittsville.
Not only did the students at Holy Spirit School create crafts during Earth Spirit Week, they even dressed in colours to represent water and land.
Beaming faces from the Earth Club at Georges Vanier School.
Fresh air and sunshine were all that were needed for St. Luke School, Nepean students to enjoy all the earth has to offer.
Lots of lessons at St. Isabel School where a tree fell in the nearby forest.
Together the helping hands at St. Francis of Assisi School pitched in to clean up outside.
Students at Guardian Angels School were captivated while learning about the sacredness of water.
St. Joseph High School students took it outside for a class on the sport of orienteering.
St. Mother Teresa High School students were out and about cleaning the community around their school. Go Titans!
Creative hands and minds made these lovely decorations at St. Luke School Ottawa.