For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, the school year is wrapping up with field trips, galas and excellent presentations. We see community and collaboration daily as students help one another and staff, sharing kindness and good deeds.
Come to think of it; this flower does have similarities to an egg—brilliant observation by this St. Isabel School student.
Joy personified at St. Michael School, Corkery.
The budding artists at St. Marguerite d’Youville School were inspired by a lesson recently and created beautiful Indigenous-themed artwork.
New French words were put to practice in a game about pets at Holy Redeemer School.
Holy Cross School students were at their best while presenting an African folktale outdoors.
A perfect example of building community at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School this week. It’s incredible what we can do when we help one another.
The St. Anne School students got a close-up lesson on recycling with this fantastic presentation.
Just hanging around the gym at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School, waiting for a turn at the Jungle Sport apparatus.
Monsignor Paul Baxter School students are ending the year with an informative field trip to the Canadian Museum of Nature.
It was a ‘get down on your knees and explore a pond’ day for some lucky St. Anthony School students.