For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, eggs hatched, tadpoles were released, and a zoo even came for a visit. Students enjoyed hanging around in the gym (literally!), and great lessons in reading and math were in abundance. So much to learn in these remaining weeks of school.
Sometimes it can be a zoo in here! The St. Anne School students were happy when the zoo came to them this week.
The smiles on the faces of St. Luke School, Nepean students show how much they enjoyed climbing through obstacle courses and persevering to the finish line.
A beautiful bouquet was loving presented to an educator this week at Our Lady of Victory School.
The creative juices flow at St. James School as the sandbox gets put to good use.
The Grade 1 students at St. Stephen School use a new method to learn to read by focusing on sounds.
A real-life lesson on the cost of living was an eye-opener for St. Martin de Porres School students.
The environment just outside of St. Gabriel School was put to good use this week. There’s nothing like walking outside to see all there is to discover.
The rain held off so students at St. Monica School could participate in this special ceremony.
A snakeskin made for an interesting lesson in measurement at St. Cecilia School.
St. Leonard School students are racing towards the end of the school year.
St. Francis Xavier High School students measured up in more ways than one in this exciting math lesson.
They are excited for the big reveal at Immaculata High School as students put the finishing touches on their artwork.