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Dell Canada offers special rates for Peel board families and staff

Does your family need a new computer? The Peel District School Board and Dell Canada are working together to help make the purchase of new technology more accessible for Peel students, parents and staff. To celebrate the launch of the relationship, Peel families will have access to 12-month interest free financing (on approved credit)* on purchases of $499 or more during the month of April.

April - Daily Announcements

Counting on You - ends Thursday at 3:30. Cooking Club - Tuesday at 7am. TSMS Join the Fight Against Cancer! Donations for the daffodil pins. Please keep you daffodil pin and wear it throughout the month of April to show your support. Class 813 will be selling handmade necklaces and raffle tickets to support Autism research. Yearbook photos - April 22, 23,24, we will be taking photos for your class page in the yearbook. Be creative, wear the same colour, have a theme, show how much fun you can be. Take some time to plan your shot as each class will only get 15 minutes with the photographers. Grade 6 Volleyball - Practice Wednesday April 23 and Friday April 25 at 7:30 am in the gym. House League - 3:00 - 4:30 meet in the gym even if you are an outside event. Instrumental Music - Thursday - Grade 8 Kiwanis Band. All permission forms for the Kiwanis festival are due Tuesday for grade 7 and 8 students. Musical - tickets are on sale in the front foyer. Annie lead cast - rehearsal Thursday at lunch. Costumes - if you have any personal costume items please see Mrs. Valaentini today. Tuesday - full cast at lunch, Lead cast and stage crew after school. Wednesday - Full cast at lunch and Lead cast and stage crew after school.

Kindergarten registration opens Feb. 4

If your child was born in 2010, he or she can start kindergarten in September 2014. All Peel elementary schools will be open for kindergarten registration on Feb. 4, 5, 6 and 7 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 5 to 8 p.m. on Feb. 6.

TSMS, Join the Fight Against Cancer

On Thursday, April 17th, TSMS will celebrate survivors, remember those who have lost their fight with cancer and pledge to make changes in our lives to prevent cancer from happening. You can participate by: wearing a daffodil pin, bring in a loonie or toonie to donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, vow to prevent cancer by eating well, exercising, using sunscreen and not smoking. Money raised will be used to support people living with cancer, fund research to outsmart cancer and prevent cancer before it starts.

Congratulations Cheerleading team

This past weekend, the cheerleading team travelled to Niagara Fall to compete in the Nationals. The team had a great couple of days that included putting on tow amazing performances, touring around the falls and a pajama party. Thank you to the parents who came to Niagara Falls to support us. Next up for the team: the Spring Classic in May. Way to go girls! We're so proud of you!

Dr. Karyn Gordon @ TSMS

Dr. Karen Gordon is a regular contributor to Good Morning America, Cityline and Breakfast Television. She is one of North America's leading relationship/parenting experts for families and organizations. She is a best selling author of Dr. Karyn's Guide to the Teen Years (Harper Collins). Her keynote address will be Teaching Empathy and Gratitude to Your Teens. She will be here at Thomas Street on Monday, April 14, 2014 from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.. Book your tickets at http://s.coop/drkarynapril.

TSMS 15 Year Celebration

Below is information about our 15 year Celebration TSMS 15 YEAR CELEBRATION Friday March 28 10:45 am Alumni BBall Game at the ACC. Males and Females! no cost. Post secondary alumni only RSVP: joe.grdisa@peelsb.com Thursday May 15 10:00 am World Record Breaking Giant Bump Game no cost. Post secondary alumni only 12:00pm (lunch provided) Alumni Class Visits: Alumni pair up to present to students: “What I wish I knew in middle school” . Post secondary alumni only Please contact: heather.allibon@peelsb.com if you are interested in participating May 15 - 7:00 pm Blue Jay Game $15.00 Post secondary alumni only. Please arrange your own transportation to Rogers Centre. RSVP: joe.grdisa@peelsb.com Friday May 16 12:54 pm School Celebration TSMS students only Friday, May 16 - 5:30 pm Alumni Hockey Game @Vic Johnson Arena in Streetsville $10.00 to play. All alumni welcome/40 person cap. Spectators free RSVP: joe.grdisa@peelsb.com if you wish to play Friday, May 16 - 7:30 pm Pub Night @ Cuchulainn’s. Post secondary alumni only Saturday May 17 8:30 am Alumni Volleyball Tournament @ TSMS $5.00 to play. All alumni welcome Spectators free RSVP: joe.grdisa@peelsb.com if you wish to play May 17 - 12:00 pm Staff Luncheon @ TSMS $20.00 Former and current staff Please RSVP: catherine.lord@peelsb.com Sunday May 18 - 7:00 am Sharp! TSMS Golf Tournament Oakville Executive – 9 hole $50.00 Pull cart $6 All alumni welcome/68 person cap. RSVP: mike.morosin@peelsb.com Please contact Heather Allibon: c/o Thomas Street Middle School heather.allibon@peelsb.com or Joe Grdisa: joe.grdisa@peelsb.com TSMS ATHLETIC WALL OF FAME - Nominations are being taken for our Wall of Fame (you may nominate yourself) Criteria: • Excellent athlete at TSMS. Whether many sports, a few or maybe just one. • Highly skilled, smart player, leader on and off the court, coachable. This person went on to continue athletic excellence in high school, post secondary and possibly professionally. Name of Nominee: Graduating Year: TSMS Sports Played: High School Sports Played: Rep Teams: Post Secondary: Professional: Submitted by: _______________________ Contact Info: ________________

French Speaking Competition

Congratulations to Yousef, Angelina, and Ritika who represented Thomas Street at the French Speaking Competition yesterday at the Peel Board Office. Ritika will be representing TSMS at the provincial competition in May.

Mississauga students leading by example with help of international charity

MISSISSAUGA — International charity guru Marc Kielburger made a quick stop last night in Mississauga to speak at a youth leadership event at John Fraser Secondary School. Kielburger, co-founder of international school-building charity Free The Children, was on hand to help launch a charitable initiative simply known as "The School Project." The goal is to raise $10,000. The students at John Fraser Secondary School and Thomas Street Middle School Schools are partners in the effort. "Both schools have been very long history of organizing and mobilizing our students in terms of developing their leadership skills and giving back to the community," said John Fraser principal Mary Nanavati. "We wanted to do something to energize and pull both schools together to do something really inspiring." While this will be John Fraser Secondary's first time working with Free the Children, Thomas Street Middle School has already been involved with the program previously raising $15,000 over 15 years to build a school and a well in Kenya. Both schools are very active players with charitable initiatives supporting local food banks, as well poverty and children's organizations, holding many annual events and fundraisers throughout the year in support of such foundations. "The goal is to go beyond the curriculum," said Thomas Street principal Catherine Lord. "We want good global citizenship. We want children to understand what their part in the world is, and how to be a better part of it." Last night's event, opened by a few words and a performance by Mississauga New Credit First Nations member Garry Sault, drew hundreds of students and parents to help launch the fundraiser and hear Kielburger, 36, speak. Tickets to the event cost $5 and all proceeds were in support of the school project in Ghana. "The students at these two schools have been phenomenal. Whatever they get involved in is beyond amazing. When they find an issue they care, and are passionate about, they just get on board," said Kielburger. Kielburger founded Free the Children with younger brother Craig in 1999, after Craig made an appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show to feature his international charity work as a 12-year-old from Thornhill. Since its inception, Free the Children has built over 650 schools worldwide, provided over a million people with clean drinking water, and donated over $16 million in medical supplies to Third World and disaster relief efforts across the globe.

Grade 8 Career Day

On Thurs. Apr. 24, TSMS will hold our annual Career Day for Grade 8 students. Parents, guardians and community members are asked to volunteer their time to speak about their professions or help welcome visitors to the school. If you would like to contribute to this popular event, please email the school council at thomasstms.council@peelsb.com.
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