For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, the third week of Advent was celebrated and spirits were high as beautiful stories were shared and crafts to give as gifts were created. Lessons continued including an impromptu snowball math graph while others created a chair for the jolly man himself.
The students at St. Gemma School enjoyed gathering to celebrate Advent as a school community.
Our Guardian Angel School friends are learning so much during the Advent season.
The puppets made at St. Isabel School will help to tell the Christmas story next week.
Wonderful efforts at St. Isabel School as they raised funds and spirits for CHEO during Advent.
With Christmas comes challenging lessons like building the tallest tree structure at St. Francis of Assisi School.
How many books would it take to build Santa’s chair? Just ask the engineering experts at St. Kateri Tekakwitha School!
Sunny snowy days at St. Luke School, Nepean are sure to bring smiles at this joyous time of year.
The yard at St. Rita School was a bustling place of activity this week as students embraced the winter weather.
A fun snow-filled math lesson at St. Anne School this week had these students all smiles!
Concentrating on creating beautiful Christmas crafts was a fun activity for the students at St. Clare School.
Sharing is caring when it comes to reading in French at St. Philip School.
Amidst the excitement of the Christmas season, students at Prince of Peace School are working hard and enjoying their unit on angles.
Our Lady of Victory School students were treated to a science show that had them anxiously awaiting the result of an experiment.
The annual Christmas shopping day took place at St. Michael School, Ottawa much to the delight of the students and staff alike.
Students from St. Luke School, Nepean and St. Mother Teresa High School collaborated for an enjoyable and engaging coding class.
Feeding our fine feathered friends with decorations created by students at St. Matthew High School.