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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Speaker Series: Chris Hadfield

We are very excited to announce that the 2014 Speaker Series will feature the most famous astronaut on any planet: Chris Hadfield. Hadfield kept the world captivated with his photos, videos and commentary from space as the commander of the International Space Station last year. Because of the interesting bits of information he sent back >

Congratulations, TEAM Poets!

After some debate and difficult judging, we are very happy to announce the winners of the TEAM School Poetry Contest. We had many submissions to the contest this year, and were so amazed with the talent to be found within our school. Thank you to everyone who contributed. The winners are: Primary: Sarah Binns “I >


Grade 6 TEAM students travelled to the Living Arts Centre, Mississauga to create art outside the box. They took on the challenge of drawing portraits with correct proportions and then tossed those rules aside to make freeform portraits that brought them into the world of Picasso or abstract art. A transformation of their 2-D picture >

FANTASY Becomes Reality: 2014 Fashion Show

The 18th annual Fashion Show took place on Saturday, April 26, 2014. The beneficiaries of this year’s event were Sheena’s Place (a centre dedicated to supporting teens with eating disorders) and Trillium Health Partners Foundation (to raise funds for the new child friendly area within the upcoming redevelopment of the emergency department at Trillium Health >


TEAM primary students discovered the best place for a fun-filled field trip. They went to LEGOLAND! Marco reports: Students built a tall structure and tried it out on the earthquake table. The skyscraper was strong enough and didn’t crumble! Ryan and Ahmed realized that when building a structure that would withstand an earthquake you needed >

2014 TEAM School Science Fair

TEAM School held its annual Science Fair on Friday April 4 – which showcased innovative projects in Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Environment Sciences. Parent volunteers were on hand to judge students based on their scientific investigative skills. Students were also judged on their overall presentation, and their working process. Members of the MTPA were in >