Friday Feeling | Snow, science and studies

For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students delved into Chinese Lunar New Year, used critical thinking skills for many science experiments and dove into the snow with joy and glee. Forts were created, hills were climbed and rosy cheeks could be seen everywhere.

A beautiful display was created at St. Benedict School for students to stop, look and learn about Lunar New Year.

The Holy Spirit School students created beautiful lanterns while learning about Chinese New year.

A brilliant idea at St. John the Apostle School when there’s too much snow outside.

Little hands at Thomas D’Arcy McGee School were loving this sensory activity while learning new phrases in French.

There was an abundance of smiles at St. Gregory School as the students buried one another in the snow.

The fresh snow made it so much fun for the students to create snow forts at St. Francis of Assisi School.

Such creativity on display at St. Monica School as students create their own individual structures.

Chapel Hill School students concentrating on their geometry task.

Students at St. Benedict School were fascinated with a science lesson involving a banana and DNA. 

When a math lesson math produces artistic results at St. Dominic School.

St. Peter High School students are up to the challenge of building a better world that has affordable and clear energy.

Profound lessons took place at Notre Dame High School this week.

St. Francis Xavier High School students got to hang around the gym this week as they experienced a Jungle Sports adventure.St. Francis Xavier High School students got to hang around the gym this week as they experienced a Jungle Sports adventure.

Wrapping up a joy-filled week at St. Isabel School.

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