For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, the season of Advent is upon us! Schools throughout our OCSB community wait in joyful expectation as we celebrate this season of great hope. As a Catholic learning community, we look forward to this time of great anticipation, reflection, and celebration to commemorate the birth of Jesus.
The wonder and excitement of the Christmas story for St. James School kindergarten students to explore.
Lighting the first candle for hope at an Advent Liturgy at St. Augustine School.
Arts and crafts at St. Marguerite d’Youville School centred around the Advent wreath.
There are angels at St. Mary School that have kindness in their hearts at Christmas time and always.
The students’ imaginations were spot on at St. Luke School in Nepean as they decorated their individual Christmas trees.
The artistic students at Holy Family School enjoyed creating Advent wreaths this week.
Kindness fills the classroom at St. Elizabeth Seton School as student wait for the birth of Baby Jesus.
Such a beautiful Advent wreath proudly presented by this St. Anne School student.
Guardian Angels School students know that kindness can be found everywhere – even in a library book!
Thank you Mother nature from the students at St. Monica School for all the things we can do and learn and play with outside.
The lovely area around St. Bernard School was explored and tidied up by the caring students.
They are creating something fun to share at St. Rita School because sharing is caring!
Scientific minds at work in the lab at St. Mother Teresa High School.
Holy Trinity High School has some serious champions on the rink. Congratulations to the girl’s hockey team!