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Update on the administration of grade 3, 6 and 9 EQAO assessments

Update on the administration of grade 3, 6 and 9 EQAO assessments

The Peel District School Board has been notified by the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) that grade 3, 6 and 9 EQAO assessments will not proceed in Peel schools unless strike/work-to-rule ends. As always, we will update you if there is new information to share.​​

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR FAMILIES: Ontario elementary teachers begin work-to-rule on May 11, Peel elementary schools remain open

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR FAMILIES: Ontario elementary teachers begin work-to-rule on May 11, Peel elementary schools remain open

The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) confirmed this afternoon that their members will begin work-to-rule on administrative duties in all Ontario public elementary schools on May 11, 2015. 

All Peel District School Board elementary schools (kindergarten to grade 8) will be OPEN to students next week. May 11 remains a Professional Activity Day so students should not come to school on Monday, but should attend the rest of the week. Before- and after-school programs and busing will continue for elementary students. 
Cheerleading

Cheerleading

​On Saturday the Cheer Team competed at Canada's Wonderland for their final competition of the year. The team did extremely well, placing third out of eight teams. Our super stunt group also competed and placed first in their dividion. What an amazing way to finish off the season! A big thank you goes out to Miss Schmid who coached the team this year.

May - Daily Announcements

May - Daily Announcements

​Follow us - Twitter - @thunderwolves98 and Instagram @tsmspride.  Thomas Street In Motion - TSIM letters will go out this week... you need to act fast! Once you make your choice you can not change. So talk with your friends. If you do not get your first choice due to a mad rush for certain events, we will save you a spot for your second choice and you can bring in the new form. If you are going to be absent, please bring your form in and simply write ABSENT in the activity line. Your form needs to be signed by a parent of guardian.  WOW - Walk to school on Wednesday. You could receive a random paper heart from Ms. Eberly to put your name in a draw for a slice of pizza.  Softball - Girls practice Wednesday and Friday at 7:30 a.m. Boys practice Tuesday and Thursday 7:30 a.m. Beach Volleyball - sign up for try outs, the list is in the gym. Grade 8 Girls and boys tryout is Monday, Grade 7 is Wednesday, and Grade 6 is Tuesday. Track and Field - Please keep up the announcements as tryouts will be starting at lunch. Tuesday - 1500 m and 100 m. Thursday 400m and 800 m.  Chamber Choir - please return all your music.

TSMS soccer

TSMS soccer

​Congratulations to our girls (1st place) and our boys (2nd place) for there excellent showing and team work at the soccer tournament at Tomken Monday and Tuesday. Thank you to coaches Mr. Grdisa, Mrs. Nebel, Ms. Campbell, and Mr. Obeng for all your hard work and dedication to our students. Well done, everyone.

Gauss Math Contest

Gauss Math Contest

​Congratulations to all the participants in the Gauss Math Contest. Grade 8 - Anthony (142), David (134), Wen Hui (134), David (134), Sam (134) and Erik (134). Grade 7 - Vivek (perfect score of 150), Charles (perfect score of 150), Humza (144), and Allan (144).

Garde 8 Instrumental Students

Garde 8 Instrumental Students

​Congratulations to Mr. Brown and our grade 8 instrumental students on recieving Silver at MusicFest Canada on Monday. This in an incredible accomplishment for our school.

National Denim Day

National Denim Day

​Tuesday, May 12th will be the nineteenth edition of National Denim Day. We would like to invite the staff and students of Thomas Street Middle School to participate again this year. The purpose of National Denim Day is to enable the CURE Foundation to continue its efforts to improve the outcome for those who are affected with breast cancer. Funds will help with the purchase of equipment, funding of research, education and awareness across Canada. Thousands of Canadians have made it possible for the CURE Foundation to raise over 26 million dollars since it inception in 1996. By supporting National Denim Day we will benefit the thousands of people faced with the devastating effect of breast cancer. Beginning Wednesday, May 6th we are encouraging each student to bring in a toonie. Income Tax receipts will be issued for a donation of $20. or more. As an added incentive, the top class in each grade will receive a free period! Thank you so much for your support!

Grade 8 Instrumental Students

Grade 8 Instrumental Students

On April 30th the Grade 8 Music Fest Band travelled to the Salvation Citadel Church in Guelph to participate in the Guelph Kiwanis Festival.  With aplomb and great maturity, they respectfully listened to a wide variety of bands for 3 hours and finally climbed the stage to present their own selections.  With the generous assistance of the acoustics of the Salvation Chapel and stunning precision of our kids' playing, our band created a tidal wave of beauty and power that impressed both fellow conductors, young players and, of course, the adjudicator.

This young group of players has brought true honour, a sense of excellence and pride to themselves, to the school and to their conductor.  Well done, Grade 8's, Well done!!  A final heartfelt thanks goes out to Mrs. McNabb and Mr. Launder for their much needed supervision assistance.

Invention Convention

Invention Convention

​As an extension to the regular science program, students in 73,74, 83 and 84 were presented with the challenge of creating a product that would solve an existing problem or need.

In teams of four, they brainstormed ideas and discussed the practicality of products and designs. Through trial and error they set to work engineering their final product. Learning along the way from what worked and what didn't.

Once the design was finished, they conducted market research and calculated their costs before setting an asking price for each product.

On April 15t at the Scotia Centre, it was time to present their ideas. And they were kept busy. To their credit many people took the time to listen and learn about what middle school students had been able to create.

The feedback they gave was a tribute to what Thomas Street students are able to imagine and create.

It was a great reminder of  how motivated and inventive our students truly are.

 

 
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