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The Best Nest and Best Students at TEAM School

After their engaging Direct Instruction reading lessons, TEAM primary students sometimes enjoy a story together. After reading Dr. Seuss’s Best Nest story and after sequencing the events and settings on impressive charts, the students decided to build their very best nests too. Everyone should try this challenging task: keeping dry leaves, twigs and grass together. >

Mentor/TEAM Speaker Series: Rick Hansen

Mentor College & TEAM School are proud to announce the next speaker in the Speaker Series: Rick Hansen! Thursday November 21, 10:00 – 11:30 am Main Campus North/South Gym Mentor/TEAM Grade 8 to 12 students, faculty members, parents, alumni, and community members will hear from Mr. Hansen about overcoming adversity and the “power of one”. >

The Apples Of Mr. Mulock’s Eye!

This week, TEAM School’s youngest students learned how to make apple cider just like the early settlers did. High school teacher, Mr. Mulock brought in an apple press from his family collection along with a bushel of apples and invited the students to make the cider. Everyone was amazed by how hard it was to >

HS Charity Car Wash Team Raises $680!

Last Friday, over 15 members of the High School Athletic Association and friends hosted the annual charity car wash. After over 50 car washes, 2.5 hours of chilly weather, enthusiastic sales pitches and a pizza dinner, over $680 was raised! This year, the Athletic Association has decided to donate the funds raised to Sick Kids >

TEAM School Reaches Out

The week before Thanksgiving, TEAM School’s Community Outreach club had a Food Drive for the Mississauga Food Bank. A total of 405 pounds was delivered! The people at the Food Bank were very appreciative of the students’ efforts. The club would like to thank all the TEAM students and their families for their generous donations. >

Congratulations, 2013 Mentor/TSS Grads!

Last Thursday evening, Mentor/TSS 2013 graduates, along with family and friends, were back on campus for the first time since finishing their final examinations in June to receive their high school diplomas! Valedictorian Evan Benak delivered an entertaining address – in which he highlighted the three most important things to cover in a valedictory speech. >

Habitat Students back from Iqaluit

The Habitat Iqaluit team was the fifth and final team this year to take part in the Habitat Iqaluit project. For one week (September 15-22), Rachel Parker, Brooklyn Rushton, Lauren Fletcher, Chris McGivern, Aly Ambler, Heather Alley, Asia Van Heyningen, Julia Cappellacci, Michael Moss, and Jill Mackenzie worked tirelessly on the build site in the >