For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students prepared for Remembrance Day ceremonies and created many beautiful and artistic variations of the poppy. One student became a Canadian Citizen and no matter what grade, students are taking steps to find out interesting careers that are available to them.
St. Elizabeth School students are learning about the poppy’s history and the importance of Remembrance Day with The Poppy Project.
Working on beautiful poppy artwork at St. Luke School Nepean.
St. Patrick Elementary School students were fortunate to have a member of the Canadian Forces join them as they prepared for Remembrance Day.
A big day for a St. Jerome School student as he celebrated becoming a Canadian Citizen.
Showing great service to the community after a hugely successful food drive at St. Cecilia School.
Just wait until this little one grows up to be a successful veterinarian. Oh, the places you’ll go at St Philip School.
Great minds at work in different ways creating a marble run at St. Marguerite d’Youville School.
Busy St. Dominic School students enjoyed many different activities, working together at times to get the job done.
What could be more fun than a hunt for outdoor materials at St Kateri Tekakwitha School on a beautiful autumn day?
St. Mark High School students enjoyed getting hands-on training for career opportunities.
These lessons are piquing the interest of Holy Trinity High School students, who may end up in the Health Care field in the future.