Friday Feeling | After the storm

For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, the OCSB Community came together to help where help was needed. Coffee and pizza were provided in neighbourhoods without power, and Ottawa Hydro will be receiving many notes of thanks for their hard work this week. Schools that were lucky enough to be open had some amazing lessons inside and outside.

Thanks to these Holy Spirit School students for providing drinks for those who needed a treat.

Now that’s community! The principal and custodian at St. Michael School, Ottawa were handing out lunches and treats for friends affected by power outages in their neighbourhood.

A tent erected at St. John the Apostle School was put to good use to make the little ones feel safe and talk about the recent stormy weather.

Lots of love for Hydro workers from the St. Anne School community who were lucky enough to have their school powered up.

Once the crisis is over, Hydro workers will need a lot of time to read the many notes students from our schools, like St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School, have written to thank them.  

There have been additions to the schoolyard at Guardian Angels School and the students are loving hopping, running and trying out the new games.

An exciting time for the Assumption School students as they let their butterflies fly fly away.

The Our Lady of Victory School students see the beauty in dandelions and even used them to sharpen their math skills.

It was a roll of the dice for the St. Jerome School students as they experimented with probability this week.

A new math game was a popping and resounding success for St. Mary School students.

Immaculata High School students took part in a water walk ceremony to bring awareness to endangered bodies of water.

Notre Dame High School students enjoyed a trip to the Canadian Museum of History to learn about Indigenous Culture.

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