For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, the classrooms were buzzing with Christmas activities, and joy and glitter filled the air. Christmas spirit was in abundance as students reached out to their communities with gifts to fill hearts with the season’s true meaning. Have a blessed Christmas, and come back for winter-time fun in the new year.
The students at St. Michael School in Fitzroy were involved in all things Christmas during the last week of school.
All smiles from the amazing bucket-filler students at St. Elizabeth School.
A birthday party for baby Jesus was a joyful event at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School.
The St. Brother Andre School students were treated to a special home-cooked Christmas lunch from an amazing Educator.
Hearts and minds are filled with joy at Christmas time and all year at St. Gemma School.
Collaborating between classes at St. Jerome School produced some amazing Christmas crafts.
Teamwork made the dream work at St. Martin de Porres School as students brought joy to many by organizing their Christmas Market.
The young students at Assumption School were grateful for the help from the Grade 6 students at this special time of year.
Community members around Dr. F. J. McDonald School will be thrilled to receive cards made by eager students.
Our Lady of Victory School held beautiful celebrations for Jesus’ birth to learn what Christmas is all about.
The Polar Express and its conductor made for a fun experience for these lucky St. Patrick Elementary School students.
St. Patrick’s High School students were happy to lend a hand in providing gifts for the residents at the Shepherds of Good Hope.
There is nothing but joy when two schools collaborate at Christmas, as demonstrated by Notre Dame High School and Our Lady of Fatima School.