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Special Projects | 20-Dec-2016
By Garth Chalmers, Vice-Principal hack·a·thon ˈhakəˌTHän/ Noun informal – an event in which a large number of people meet to engage in collaborative computer programming Close to 30 of our Foundation girls (grades 7 and 8) came eager and raring to go first thing in the morning of December... READ MORE
Special Projects | 12-Dec-2016
By Marleen Koch, UTS Social Worker Promoting mental health at UTS continues to be something we take seriously and it is important to many in our community. Last week, the students and staff of the UTS Positive Mental Health Committee did a fine job of organizing a panel discussion that... READ MORE
By Rosemary Evans, Principal The UTS family will soon be coming together to celebrate the Lunar New Year. This special community event reflects our diversity and commitment to inclusion. It is also in line with research that clearly indicates that students who attend schools where the population... READ MORE
By Rosemary Evans, Principal UTS students, like so many young people their age, are often extremely aware of new trends and developments in society. Many relish the chance to forge new directions and to lead the way. They are eager to pounce on new opportunities and absorb new ideas. ... READ MORE
By Rosemary Evans, Principal Student government plays an important role at UTS. We are proud of the fact that, through the Student Constitution, our students are co-creators of their school experience. Last year, our students tackled a tremendously significant issue for our student community –... READ MORE
Out and About | 23-Nov-2016
By UTS teacher, Jonathan Bitidis ’99 The UTS Mock Trial team trained diligently during the fall in preparation for the Empire Competition in New York. The team earned the invitation - its second - as a result of having won the Ontario Bar Association Toronto tournament.  With feedback... READ MORE
Special Projects | 16-Nov-2016
Deanna, S6 (Grade 12) student Frequently, we are faced with situations in which we have interpersonal conflict, and it is important to maintain our relationship with the other person. A useful acronym to remember in emotionally de-escalating a conflict is GIVE: G: Gentle. Do not accuse or... READ MORE
At the Annual Alumni Dinner on October 22, Don Borthwick ’54, Chair of the UTSAA Awards Committee, presented former UTS student, teacher and principal, Al Fleming ’54, with the H. J. Crawford Award. Here is the speech Al delivered that evening. Thank you, Don, for those kind words of recognition... READ MORE
Out and About | 2-Nov-2016
This is a story of students and teachers, scientific and cultural learning, international travel, a UTS alumnus, and a paradigm-shifting educational social-action endeavor! It all began in the spring of 2015… It was no ordinary March break for UTS teachers, Anand Mahadevan (science) and Dr.... READ MORE
By Rosemary Evans, Principal Writing recently in the Teachers College Record, Professor R. Keith Sawyer (Morgan Distinguished Professor in Educational Innovations at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), discussed his research into how schools can best foster creativity and innovation... READ MORE



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