For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students were excited to celebrate Catholic Education Week and invited their families to Open Houses and beautiful liturgies. What could be better for mental health than spending time outdoors, witnessing the beautiful colours of spring flowers. It was a unique experience at one high school when a Cyclone helicopter was flown in by a former student.
Students at St. John XXIII School were proud to participate in a beautiful liturgy at the beginning of Catholic Education Week.
Educators, students and parents were thrilled to attend open houses, as shown here at Guardian Angels School.
St. Benedict School students worked hard preparing for their performance which they presented to their families this week.
Flowers were a sweet way for this St. Marguerite d’Youville student to thank his educator during Catholic Education Week.
Springtime is the perfect time to explore nature at a nearby pond at Corpus Christi School.
An artistic ending to Catholic Education Week at St. Leonard School.
St. Rita School students tried their hand at homemade sidewalk chalk this week, for a fun and messy lesson.
Creating something cool in science class at St. Thomas More School.
St. Pius X High School churned out not one, but two award winning students. Bravo!
The Celebrating Excellence Awards were handed out this week to deserving students who demonstrate perseverance and resilience with joy in our school communities. This Immaculata High School was proud to receive his.
Learning hands-on skills is a great opportunity to try out a trade for St. Matthew’s High School students.
Sacred Heart High School students showed their creative side at a Skills Ontario Competition.