The Team HANDS Awards- this April

This April, The Team acknowledges its most prominent, supportive and active members and associates during a ceremony deemed: The Teams “Hands” Awards.

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More information on this program would be released.

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The Vision of CHANGE

 

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Change comes about as a result of willingness and determination, fueled by the motivation and support from others. As The Team we strive to delimit  parameters than yearn to side-track our vision and goal. Together, we achieve greatness and impact others to join the cause.

If you don’t like something change it; if you can’t change it, change the way you think about it. ~Mary Engelbreit

The Outdoor Class/ Hallway Project

The Team has been on with  more innovations and creativity. This project has been one of its kind. Even before the completion of the project ,the students in I.C.S could not wait to take advantage of the solution provided, especially with the outdoor class. The management of the school commended The Team for their good work done and encouraged them to keep up the good work.

‘ It was a great Idea and I never knew it was possible to do an outdoor class’  – Jessica A.

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The TEAM United Project.

As young , responsible African leaders, the team decided to make waste bins available for a new high school block in ICS.
“ I was personally encouraged to be an active member of this amazing group, through this project because I believe this is just the beginning of great things to come.” – Maame Y. Serwa Y.

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Adomako’s Project

The team came together in support of Adomako’s paint project and took turns scrapping the algae off and painting the polytank stands in the school. Two poly tank stands were pained at the end. We did this project with some members playing some music. Here’s what inspired Adomako:

“After lunch, one hot Tuesday afternoon, I passed the other staircase from the dining hall leading to the kitchen and realized that there was something amiss. Algae was growing on the poly tank stand and I found it really nasty. I decided to take the initiative to paint the paint the poly tank stand with the help of the team. My idea was brought to life thanks to my collaboration with the team.”

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