Friendship is flourishing at St. Bernadette Catholic School
During the month of February all the Sudbury Catholic Schools are celebrating the virtue of Compassion and at St. Bernadette they extended this theme on Valentine’s Day with their Fete de L’amitie (Friendship Feast). Every year the grade 5 and 6 students take on a leadership role and organize a series of fun-filled activities from obstacle courses to bowling and floor hockey for the JK and SK students to enjoy. Each student in the school is given a red heart-shaped lollypop to symbolize the love and friendship we have and show to all of our classmates and friends at school. One lucky boy and girl in each class gets to act as le roi et la reine (the king and queen) and they wear their special crowns for the entire day.
JK students at St. Bernadette French Immersion school, Kiley Laforest and Caleb Woods are le roi and la reine for the Fete de L’amitie (Friendship Feast) held every year on St. Valentine’s Day.