This week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling was a fabulous week of learning, praying, and soaking up the sun. Students were challenged with lessons and had plenty of time for messy play and appreciating the gifts that nature has given us during the delightful season of Spring.
You can just see their minds at work as the students at St. Luke School, Nepean, collaborated on a fun math challenge.
Amazing lessons in the great outdoors involving worms, mud and puddles for the intrigued Chapel Hill School students.
Birds of a feather stick together in this creative activity to feed our fine feathered friends at St. Gabriel School.
Critical thinking was abundant at St. John Paul II School as students amazed themselves with their engineering prowess.
Blessed Carlo Virtual School is churning out some home gardeners now that spring has arrived.
A special lesson in the Seven Grandfather Teachings as Guardian Angels School sets their mind on the beautiful mural they are about to create.
A lot of natural curiosity is in use while soaking up the sun at St. Anne School.
Teamwork really does make the dream work when it comes to prayer readers at Our Lady of Fatima School this week.
The weather couldn’t have been better for the T. D. McGee School students to walk to church to honour Mary in the month of May.
Beautiful space to gather at St. Philip School for morning prayer on a lovely spring day.
An open house was filled with fun, family and great memories for the lucky students and their parents at St. Michael School Ottawa.
Congratulations to students at Convent Glen School and many of our schools for receiving an OCSB Certificate of Excellence this week. When you shine, we all shine!