Class of 2016 alumni Marissa Parker, Tracy Wu, Kaitlyn Liang, and Emily Crowe have started Sending Sunshine - a non-profit organization that collects and distributes cards to seniors in long-term care facilities in Mississauga.
The group was inspired to start ...
We are so happy to see everyone back for the the start of the 2020-2021 school year! Thank you to students, staff, and parents for such a safe, smooth and successful start!
For the 40th anniversary of the Terry Fox Run, students in the Primary, TEAM, and Intermediate divisions will be holding events starting next week. The Terry Fox Run is a longstanding tradition at Mentor College & TEAM School. Back in the late 1990s, TEAM School was ...
On Wednesday September 30, Mentor College & TEAM School will join schools and organizations across Canada for Orange Shirt Day to "commemorate the residential school experience, to witness and honour the healing journey of the survivors and their families, and to ...
The 2016 High School Athletic Association did not know it at the time but the "Serenity Garden" has become the most sought-after spot on the grounds this fall. With the addition of tree stumps as chairs, it is the #1-booked outdoor classroom and a popular place for ...
Today, in honour of the #EveryChildMatters initiative, students in all divisions join schools and organizations across Canada for #orangeshirtday. This day gives students the opportunity to "commemorate the residential school experience, to witness and honour the ...
Please see the letter RE: COVID-19 Screening Changes from Region of Peel Health Services, Office of the Medical Officer of Health that contains important changes to COVID-19 screening.
Labs may look a little different this year, but students are still participating in hands-on learning in a safe way. In the Flow Rate Lab, Grade 8 students calculated the differences in flow rates based on changes in temperature. Our remote students also joined in, ...
As a fun activity to complete the class unit on rocks, Grade 4 students grew their own crystals out of saturated solutions. Students wanted to show off their creations and one student decided to make a necklace. Other designs included tree decorations and even a ...
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