Thursday Thoughts | Humility, Promise and Peace

For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, we changed our thoughts to Lent, Holy Thursday and Easter. Holy Week activities are featured as students had wonderful and uplifting discussions about Palm Sunday, Jesus’ sacrifice, being a good Samaritan to others and following in the footsteps of Jesus. Have a blessed Easter weekend.

St. Monica School students enjoyed hearing about the story of Easter then used the Resurrection Eggs to learn about the events leading up to Jesus’ resurrection.

Learning about Palm Sunday and creating palms at Our Lady of Victory School to show love for Jesus the King.

A wonderful video about Easter led to some beautiful and creative artwork by students at St. Rita School.

Symbols were used at  St. Marguerite d’Youville School to help the students understand the story of Easter.

Divine Infant School students recreated the stations of the cross.

The promise of new life was evident and experienced at St. Emily School, creating a magical moment for students and their educator!

St. Luke School, Nepean students are proud of their collection of food items for a local charity. Many of our schools participated in Lenten Projects, by donating and raising funds for those in need in our community and beyond.

A  Spring Day full of activities for students at Guardian Angels School was perfect for Holy Week and the beginning of this season.

A fun activity at St. Philip School as the students try and trap the Easter Bunny. 

The students and staff at St. Pius X High School took time to pause and pray together during Holy week.

St. Anne School made the most of the nice weather that we had at the beginning of the week.

There’s nothing like a good book, a blue bench and Spring sunshine over at St. Bernard School.

Students at St. Isabel School are happy to see the buckets filled to the top – knowing a sweet treat is coming soon.

A rainy day at Corpus Christi School gave students ample time to master a new STEAM game.

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