Friday Feeling | Welcome Spring!

For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, educators and students welcomed the warm temperatures and gladly took their learning outside. Easter, Spring and Earth Month were celebrated, as well as deserving staff and students who excelled at sports and at a Black Joy event.

Alleluia! Easter Mass was a wonderful celebration for the students at Thomas D’Arcy McGee School

Our Lady of Victory School students had an egg-cellent time on their egg hunt this week.

Friends and mud balls go hand in hand for a fun outdoor activity at St. Brother Andre School.

So many new things to discover this Spring in the yard at St. Philip School.

The great outdoors is a great place to make new friends at St. Anne School.

Helpful Holy Trinity High School students were hard at work this week. The earth thanks you!

St. Luke School, Nepean students are using their creative talents to show how everyone can help the earth.

Important lessons on the land we have been gifted were well received by St. Benedict School students.

That feeling you get when you find out you won an art contest was evident on these St. Jerome School students’ faces.

A beautiful mural for students to spread their wings and fly at St. Gabriel School.

Using their hands for artwork was a hit for the students at St. Gregory School

Collaboration and community were the name of the game as St. Kateri Tekakwitha School students buddied up to read and learn to graph.

A fantastic celebration recognizing students and staff across the Board at the Celebrating Black Joy and Black Excellence event. St. Patrick’s High School proudly accepted an award.

Great sportsmanship meant a gold medal for the Notre Dame High School Boys’ Volleyball team. 

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