For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students returned from the March Break well-rested and raring to go. Standing Against Racism Week and World Down Syndrome Day were recognized and best friends were happy to be re-acquainted. The learning continues!
Beautiful words appeared on the Digni-Tree at Corpus Christi School during Standing Against Racism Week.
Everyone’s voice matters every day, all the time at St. Elizabeth School.
They were rocking their socks for World Down Syndrome Day at Holy Spirit School this week.
Where there’s a will, there’s a way as demonstrated by these determined St. Rita School students.
St. Stephen School artists put their drawing skills to use in preparation for Holy Week.
This eager student at St. Kateri Tekakwitha School is destined to be an educator when she grows up.
Best friends at St. Luke School, Nepean know how to communicate and collaborate to get the job done.
Creative minds at work at St. Kateri School. There’s so much you can make with recycled items.
The students at St. Emily School anxiously await their new arrivals later this spring.
Rainy days gave St. Anne School students lots of time to build and use their imaginations.
How does your garden grow? Just ask these horticulturists at St. Francis of Assisi School.
These St. Gabriel School students succeeded at making math fun this week.
St. Josephine Virtual High School business students were proud to compete at a competition to build a more sustainable future.
Mixed-up meals at St. Matthew High School is always appreciated and enjoyed at the end of the week.