For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, the sound of music filled the air, and there were freshly tapped trees and the promise of syrup at some schools. Fun activities took place in gyms and schoolyards. Students prepared their hearts and minds for Holy Week.
These crafted palms helped the St. Gregory School students understand the meaning of Palm Sunday and prepared them for Holy Week.
Helping to prepare the palms for Palm Sunday is a beautiful way for Students from Thomas D’Arcy McGee School to connect with their faith and participate in a special tradition.
Enjoying a popular book at St. Monica School turned into a great activity that the students happily participated in.
Great sounds coming from some budding musicians at St. Thomas More School.
Hands-on activities were popular at Guardian Angels School as students crafted, built and enjoyed the mild Spring-like weather.
St. Augustine School and St. Pius X High School students benefited from a reading get-together. A great collaboration between students of all ages!
Some math maniacs at St. Gabriel School work together to calculate the answer.
It’s wonderful to see Our Lady of Mount Carmel School offer a variety of activities to keep students engaged and excited about learning.
How sweet it is! A field trip combined with maple syrup made for a wonderful outing for St. Kateri Tekakwitha School students.
At St. Isabel School, the students are so lucky to have their own trees to tap for maple syrup in their Enchanted Forest.
Holy Redeemer School students were winning with smiles and sportsmanship at a lacrosse tournament that everyone enjoyed.
It was a positively wonderful morning of music and laughter at Notre Dame High School.