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Monthly Archives: April 2015

Flyin’ High In Hamilton!

On Tuesday, the Grade 6 TEAM School students enjoyed a great field trip to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton. Over half of the aircrafts they saw are maintained in flying condition and are flown on a regular basis. It’s hard to believe that those planes were built over eighty years ago! The Grade 6s >

TEAM Grade 5s At The OEC

The Grade 5 TEAM students used microscopes to get an up-close look at the wonders of the outdoors. The students were pleased to hear that they could collect OEC Bucks by displaying their knowledge of nature. Students were exposed to the OEC favourite activity, Survival, and spent some time climbing up the rock wall. Yulu >

Vissi D’Arte: Great Student Leadership, Tireless Volunteer Efforts, & Your Generosity

The 19th Annual Fashion Show was a tremendous success! Vissi D’Arte not only celebrated all facets of art, it was a collaboration of all the Mentor College/TEAM School students, parents and staff. Congratulations to the senior head representatives; Julia Cappellacci, Iva Keran and Matthew Smith for their unparalleled leadership skills and to the entire student >

Lessons From Swimmy

Pink Day at TEAM School last week got the children in the primary class thinking, “How can we, as the youngest students stand up against bullying?” Then they read Leo Leoni’s book “Swimmy”, and had a great idea! If they play together, looking out for each other and be friends like the little fish forming >

HS Spring Play: Arrivals And Departures

Congratulations to the cast, backstage crew and tech crew of the HS spring play DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS. Every student involved worked very hard on this play and it really showed! The play captures the thoughts, interactions, and inner monologues of various characters as they pass through a busy but at times lonely airport. With some >