This week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, and the weather was hot, hot, hot! Educators were on fire with their lessons indoor and outdoor, and the students loved the learning. Track and Field Days are back and students put their minds to work with board games and a chess tournament.
Students loved getting messy and were able to cool off with water table fun at Guardian Angels School.]
The peace garden at St. Anne School was put to good use this week for drawing, building and just enjoying the fresh air.
This student at St. Philip School is decked out to present his teacher with a delicious sand cake. Mmmmm!
An excellent lesson using the five senses to discover everything about soil at St. Dominic School.
Is there a doctor in the house? Potentially! You’re in good hands in the classrooms at Guardian Angels School.
As St. Martin de Porres School prepares to welcome new friends in September, their lucky siblings were so happy with the messages left for them.
When it was too hot outdoors, the St. Luke School, Nepean students practiced their aim in the nice cool gym.
The Divine Infant School students were more than happy to welcome back Track & Field Day this year. The weather couldn’t have been better for them to practice for the meet in June.
Even the St. Francis Xavier High School students took to the great outdoors for a math lesson this week.
Such concentration as these Immaculata High School students use their skills in chess at a tournament this week.
Artwork of a beautiful butterfly was a combination of lessons for this St. Gabriel School student. So impressive!
The smiles show how proud these future engineers at Our Lady of Victory School are with the seesaw they created.