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2019-06-21 15:13:44

Mentor and TEAM Will Miss These 2019 Retirees

At the end of the 2018-2019 school year, we said farewell and good luck to three long-time staff members.
Mrs. Kantimer is one of the longest-serving teachers at the schools and has been with us since 1986. Over that time, she has taught students from Grades 5 to ...



2019-09-05 20:24:20

Welcome Back!

Welcome back! There were smiles across all campuses yesterday as returning students reunited with old friends and new students were welcomed into the Mentor/TEAM family! We wish everyone a great year full of learning, laughter, and life-long memories!



2019-09-19 20:22:47

WE Day: Madeline, Students Represent School

Great day today for Mentor College / TEAM School TAG and LFC at the WeDay event at Scotiabank Arena! Grade 12 Mentor student Madeline Dimakos was chosen to represent the school by speaking in front of a packed arena! Hear what she had to say.



2019-09-30 19:02:32

School Community Observes Orange Shirt Day

Today, students across all campuses participated in #orangeshirtday by wearing orange shirts, ribbons, or stickers. Orange Shirt Day commemorates all of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit children who were forced to leave their homes and communities to attend ...



2019-10-09 12:58:21

2019 Speaker Series: Eddy Robinson

Mentor College/TEAM School are proud to welcome Indigenous artist, activist, and educator Eddy Robinson to the school for the 2019 Speaker Series. As an Anishinaabe/Muskegowuk Cree of the Missanabie Cree First Nation, Eddy Robinson faced a lot of struggles growing up ...



2019-11-14 18:36:16

Thank You For Your Support!

Mr. Macdonald enlisted the help of Caleb, Owen, Flynn, and Molly to present funds raised at school events, including the year-end plays of TEAM School and the Primary and Intermediate divisions, to Deloan D’sa and Kathleen Cymek from the Trillium Health Partners ...



2019-12-11 17:07:16

Habitat Club Gets Creative to Help Families

An amazing group of students participated in a Revive Center Day with Habitat for Humanity. Students had the opportunity to create charcuterie boards from African redwood and serving trays from palettes. The results were spectacular.
Student worked with sanders, ...



2019-10-07 19:43:29

TEAM is Getting Greener

TEAM School's Green Club is happy to announce its first initiative: composting. No more food in the garbage, each classroom has its own bin and an accompanying list of acceptable items. The bins will be emptied and cleaned by Green Club members weekly. There have only ...



2019-10-09 03:43:47

TEAM School Supports The Mississauga Food Bank!

Our school is participating in the Mississauga Food Bank’s annual Thanksgiving Food Drive. Last year, TEAM School was awarded the prize of a basketball clinic with a coach from the 905 Raptors by donating more than 600 pounds of food!
The Student Council has ...



2019-10-18 19:01:31

Primary Hearts Happy for Books!

The students in Ms. Gerlai's and Van Beers' class recieved a gift from the Canadian Children's Book Centre this week. Each student is taking home a copy of "My Heart Fills With Happiness", a story that highlights what makes us all happy. The book is written in both ...



2019-11-04 20:34:10

We're "Orff" and Running!

Ms. Towey is pleased to announce that the TEAM School music programme has received some brand new Orff instruments! The Orff approach is a method of teaching children about music that engages their mind and body through a mixture of singing, dancing, acting and the ...



2019-11-15 12:54:43

Growing a Garden Tower

Students in Ms. Jansen’s Grade 3 science class explored the benefits of aeroponic gardening by getting up close to TEAM School’s Garden Tower. Students concluded that producing leafy greens this way requires less water, less space, no soil, and is pesticide free. ...


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