For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, our students are geared up for the last month of school. Giving back to the community, quiet lessons outside, learning about the soil we stand on and the election are intriguing our students this month. Important lessons on loving one another will round out another spectacular school year.
Playing all day with a lot of learning in the mix is a daily event for the happy students at St. Philip School.
The attentive St. George School students happened upon a wonderful lesson by the river on a beautiful spring day this week.
French books that students created were fun to watch and listen to at St. Brother Andre School.
Future entrepreneurs at St. Luke School, Nepean enjoyed creating advertisements, slogans, and the items themselves for their sale.
Check out what Assumption School students created using the most common items to make the neatest invention.
Working hard on their masterpieces at St. Gemma School included a lesson in French, art and music, all wrapped up in one.
The students at St. Elizabeth School are filling the month with colour and joy.
A perfect day for a great morning activity for the students at St. Gregory School.
How do you teach young people about the importance of voting at election time? Hold a mock election in class just like the students did at St. Michael, School in Corkery.
St. Cecilia School earned a well-deserved delicious lunch for supporting three local community initiatives. Bravo to all the students for being so kind.
Everyone at St. Benedict School belongs!
Mathletes from St. Theresa School were happy to compete in the Math Olympics this week.
Indigenous history month continues to be celebrated at All Saints High School with a lesson steeped in tradition.
Immaculata High School held a successful Relay For Life event raising funds for cancer research. What a great opportunity to enjoy some friendly competition and raise community spirit!