Friday Feeling | Fall, Faith and Fun

For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students observed Franco Ontarian Day, Orange Shirt Day and a Mass was held outside at one of our schools. You can tell it’s Fall as math lessons include counting pumpkins, and words are used to describe the apples in abundance at this time of year.

Orange shirts were everywhere at Frank Ryan Intermediate School and all of our schools as we observed Truth and Reconciliation Day.

A lovely display by the students at St. James School. Every child matters every day.

Students taste-tested and enjoyed some crispy, yummy apples at St. Rose of Lima School.

Great problem solving took place at Holy Spirit School as students sorted, created and collaborated.  What teamwork!

This robot held the St. Bernard School students’ attention long enough to teach them a thing or two about counting.

There’s laughter to go along with learning at St. John the Apostle School.  A wonderful sound to hear!

Our friends at Dr. F. J. McDonald School enjoy learning new vocabulary words in French.

Everyone at St. Monica School enjoyed the fresh air and participated in the Terry Fox Run on a beautiful Fall day.

Guardian Angels School went outside to recognize Franco-Ontarian Day with a walk in the park and discovered many words in French.

A great and inspiring lesson took place at St. Peter High School.

Smiling St. Paul High School students enjoyed coming together for Leadership Camp.

Students and staff at St. Mark High School were overjoyed to return to the tradition of holding Mass outdoors.

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