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Ms. Towey’s Taste Test

Grade 6 students in Ms. Towey’s class recently put their taste buds to the test to compare sugar with artificial sweetener. Each student received two small dixie cups filled with Coke and Diet Coke, respectively. They sampled both cups, taking time to savour each. We then completed Venn diagrams to compare the tastes, textures, and >

Are There Really Stones In It?

Ms. Gerlai’s and Ms. Van Beers’s Grades 1 and 2 students put on their chef hats today. It was a perfect day for a nice bowl of hot Stone Soup which is based on the old folk story. While the students enjoyed preparing the ingredients and cooking the meal, they also learned how to share and take care >

Glee Club Spreads Holiday Cheer!

On Tuesday, the TEAM School Glee Club traveled to King Gardens Retirement Living to spread some holiday cheer and sing songs of the season to the senior residents living there. Each student had such a beautiful singing voice and represented TEAM School so well. Once the singing had finished, an impromptu comedy show ensued with >

Thank You, TEAM and Mentor Students and Parents!

On behalf of TEAM School and Mentor College, students Sydney Gutelius and Matthew Gagliardi presented year-end play donations for the Trillium Health Partners Foundation to Kathleen Cymek, Senior Development Officer, Philanthropy, Trillium Health Partners Foundation. After hearing of Sydney and Matthew’s years of involvement in school plays, Kathleen told them they should be proud of >

Congratulations, Class of 2018!

On Monday June 25, TEAM Secondary School bid farewell to its Class of 2018. For the first time, the commencement ceremony was held in June instead of in October. We congratulate valedictorian David Kumar and the entire class on their tremendous achievements this year and over the course of their entire Mentor career. The faculty and students >

TEAM wins U14 Softball Championship!

TEAM U14 boys put forth a terrific effort at the PSAA softball tournament at chilly Birchwood Park this week. After a slow start in game one against Dearcroft, the players rebounded nicely, winning game two. It was a hard fought, defensive minded 3-2 victory over Fern Hill on the strength of a two run double >