• Overview
    T.E.A.M.S., the Technology-Enriched Academy for Mathematics and Science at Teaneck High School, is a special Honors program for motivated students interested in pursuing an integrated study of mathematics, science, computer science, and engineering.
    In its inaugural year, 2002-2003, the T.E.A.M.S. program at Teaneck High School involved 31 freshmen with 4 teachers in a computer-intense study of challenging mathematics, science, and computer science curricula with an emphasis on problem based learning in a personal, supportive environment. Heavy emphasis is placed on the use of graphing calculators (TI-84PlusSE) and computers in the course of study.

    The teachers in the program this year (2016-2017) are Mr. Jeff Slominsky(Computer Science 1, Grade 9), Ms. Yaneth Mesa (Biology, Grade 9), Mr. Rolando Monserrat (STEM/TECH Survey, Grade 9), Ms. Sharon Bellin (Algebra 1/Geometry Honors), Grade 9) , Mr. Shaun Reilly (Computer Science 2, Grade 10), Mr. Henry Hali (Chemistry, Grade 10), Mr. Jae Kim (Algebra 2/Trigonometry, Grade 10), and Mr. Bob Rosales (English Honors, Grade 10). The guidance counselor is Ms. Beth Fleishcher. The Coordinator is Mr. Tony Thomas. The Assistant Principal for the Teaneck Academy is Mr. Pete LoGiudice.

    All T.E.A.M.S. courses are Honors courses.
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