For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students joyfully participated in scavenger hunts in and around the schools as ‘Take Me Outside’ Day was celebrated. There were many ‘aha’ moments as students comprehended their math, writing and French lessons. Enjoy this beautiful weekend of Fall colours.
You are never too young to journal as seen at St. Mary School this week.
Important life lessons about community and caring made for an enjoyable discussion at Holy Spirit School.
This student rightfully earned his wings of kindness in class at Guardian Angels School. A proud and joyful moment!
The joy jumps out in this playful scene from a classroom at St. Luke School, Nepean.
Students at St. Isidore School always say ‘oui’ to being outside in this beautiful weather.
Scavenger hunts were popular during Take Me Outside Day. What interesting nature items the Our Lady of Wisdom School students found.
The St. Elizabeth School students enjoyed a scavenger hunt while learning about angles in a fun Math lesson.
Lots to see, smell, hear and do outdoors for these lucky St. Benedict School students.
Excitement was in the air along with the scent of freshly planted herbs at St. Rita School.
Ta da! Learning words in French is fun and something to be proud of for this Dr. F. J. McDonald School student.
Students from Immaculata High School came together with Corpus Christi School students on a chilly Fall day.
A great geography lesson happened at St. Michael School, Corkery showing students where in the world our goods come from.
The Black Student Association at St. Pius X High School enjoyed reconnecting for their first meeting of the year.
Field trips are back at St. Patrick’s High School and these budding law students enjoyed an opportunity to visit the courthouse.