For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students had the opportunity to skate, snowshoe and slide their way through this wintry week of January. Schools were filled with black shirts, and important conversations took place about choosing kindness and standing against racism. It’s always cool to be kind!
Kindness always matters and filled the halls at Divine Infant School this week.
An interesting visual lesson took place at St. Kateri Tekakwitha School on United in Black day.
So much fun for the St. Martin de Porres School students to put their skating skills to the test this week.
The St. Leonard School students were slip, sliding away on a snowy and sunny afternoon.
The students had fun using their creativity to make beautiful snowflakes as individual as they are at St. Anne School.
Interesting experiments are happening at St. Marguerite d’Youville School.
Buddying up with a good book at Chapel Hill School.
Hands-on work for St. Clare School students as they create self-care kits.
Lots of collaboration with one another at St. John Paul II School for these budding entrepreneurs.
A challenging lesson in Minecraft was enjoyed at St. Michael School, Corkery. Bring on the next session!
Enjoying the beautiful fresh snow on snowshoes at St. Jerome School.
Restaurant Wars proved to be a delicious lesson for some of the Notre Dame High School students.
Holy Trinity School students are excelling at lessons on climate change and deforestation.
The peer mentors at St. Mother Teresa High School were in action this week.