For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, STEAM week (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) was a resounding success in our schools. Students enjoyed collaborating on projects and loved the hands-on learning. There was still time for skating and winter carnival days in the glorious last days of winter.
The St. Mary School students enjoyed a STEAM week project that brought their great minds together.
A colourful science experiment kept the Holy Spirit School students wondering about the outcome.
Students at St. Michael School, Corkery had fun creating this interesting substance.
Problem-solving at its best at St. Marguerite d’Youville School during STEAM week.
It’s off to the International Space Station for some amazing work by students at St. Philip School.
Being taxed with a tricky math problem was no issue for St. Martin de Porres School students.
The students at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School have their hearts in the right place. Collaboration and community proudly on display.
A beautiful prayer with a great message for all by a St. Elizabeth School student.
Perfect winter weather for the St. Gemma School carnival.
Students lend each other a helping hand on skate day at St. Benedict School.
Caring students share their Lenten projects at St. Francis Xavier High School.
Hands-on learning is always popular at Lester B. Pearson High School.