For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students enjoyed being outdoors as snowflakes fell from the sky, covering school yards with a blanket of white. Snowmen and forts were built and hot chocolate was enjoyed while a snowy science experiment ensued at one school. Students used creativity to build things inside and outside and kindness and joy were ever-present.
A student who experienced his first snowfall enjoyed spending time in the yard at Guardian Angels School.
There’s something about the first snow that makes you want to play like Chapel Hill School students did this week.
Pure joy happening as the Holy Spirit School students play in the first snowfall.
Not only is snow fun to play in outside, a St. Philip School class decided to bring some inside for a fun science experiment.
With the arrival of the snowy weather, St. Benedict School students took the opportunity to warm up with hot chocolate.
This Monsignor Paul Baxter School student came up with a joyful idea this week.
There are young but eager ‘Leaders in Training’ at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School.
This St. Luke School, Nepean student is having quite a conversation on the phone he created.
How fortunate for the St. George School students to have a lesson from an elder about the water that surrounds our beautiful city.
The St. Peter High School students got down and dirty to create a worm harvest this week.
There is joy as Immaculata High School students volunteered their services for a local food bank.
Congratulations to the St. Matthew High School football team for winning the NCSSAA Football Champions for 2022.