Superintendent of Schools Dr. Cheryl Champ, in an email to parents on August 16, said the Pelham School District and other districts have had some student data accessed by unauthorized means.
WXY Architecture and Urban Design consultants conclude that if all new and proposed downtown Pelham apartment developments are fully leased they will add 29 students and "are expected to have little or no effect on school capacity" in Pelham School District general education classrooms through the 2022-23 school-year.
The PMHS Sock'n'Buskin Theater Group earned seven awards from National Youth Arts for the productions of "Brighton Beach Memoirs" and "Mamma Mia!". Including the Pelham Middle School production of "Bye, Bye Birdie," Pelham theatre students had 24 additional nominations.
On three days last week, there were 40 truckloads of rock removed a day from the site of the construction of the new Hutchinson School, Assistant Superintendent of Schools for Business James Hricay told the Pelham Board of Education at its meeting Monday, July 15.
The Pelham Board of Education’s annual reorganization meeting will be held at 7 pm tonight, Monday, July 15 in the Pelham Middle School Library with the swearing-in of recently elected trustees Leah Tahbaz, John Brice and Vincent Mazzaro as well as the election of its president and vice president.
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Cheryl Champ’s year end report focused on six goals identified by the Board of Education at the beginning of the year which relate to the four pillars of the Strategic Plan, development of the budget, implementation of the bond and creation of a new Strategic Plan.
Retiring Trustee Peter Liaskos was recognized by the Pelham Board of Education at its end of the school year meeting on June 25.
At the PMHS graduation ceremony held on Saturday, June 29, the 2019 PMHS Memorial Tablet awards were presented to Charlotte Edmunds and Kevin Coleman, recognizing them as the top male and female students of the graduating class for their scholarship, character and service.
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Cheryl Champ announced that rock blasting is planned to begin this Friday, June 28 as part of site preparation work for the new Hutchinson Elementary School.
A groundbreaking ceremony for the new Hutchinson School held on June 21 t highlighted the rich tradition of the current school and the bright future to come with the entire Hutchinson student body, school personnel, invited guests and many parents on hand.
Hutchinson Elementary School unveiled Pelham’s largest wall mural as part of its groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, June 21st, celebrating the beginning of construction of a new school on the nearby field.
Eauipment for construction of the new Hutchinson School has arrived on site. Some work is due to begin later this week and fa full schedule of work begins next week.
Village of Pelham Firefighters and Police Officers visited the Kindergarten classes at Hutchinson Elementary School on May 31 for Community Helpers Day.
Alums of Hutchinson School of all ages gathered at the school last Thursday evening (June 20) to reminiscence as the current school building enters its final years. Construction of a new elementary school is beginning so a tour of the current school was important to all attending.
PMHS Seniors Francesca DiCristofano and Sarah Ellenbogen were honored by the Lower Hudson Valley Council of Superintendents at a recent dinner recognizing high achieving seniors from Westchester, Putnam and Rockland counties.
The remarkable work of the Pelham High School Science Research students was on full display in the middle school gym on May 29, 2019. The annual event allowed parents and community members to learn more about the incredible projects the students have worked on this year and in many cases throughout their high school careers. The eight senior students then presented their work to the audience for the last time.
A Special Vote asking approval of th School District Purchase of 314 Pelhamdale Avenue received 783 Yes votes and 123 No votes today, June 18.
Pelham Public District officials said the "groundbreaking" for the new Hutchinson Elementary School starting promptly at 9am today Friday, June 21 will be held in the Gym instead of on Hutchinson Field - the future site of the new school because of the weather.
Assemblymember Amy Paulin announced that two Pelham Middle School students—Bates Bland and Bennett Wies—and one at Albert Leonard Middle School in New Rochelle—Abigail Rittenberg— are the winners of her Fourth Annual “There Ought to Be a Law” Contest.
The Pelham School District's five retiring teachers were honored at the Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, June 11..Each retiree was given a hand-crafted wooden pen to commemorate her service to the District.
The Pelham Education Foundation announced a $250,000 innovative and flexible furniture grant to the Pelham School District, culminating a banner year for the PEF which underwrote a total of 14 grants totaling $424,128.
The Special Vote is today, Tuesday, June 18 o nthe Pelham School District's proposed acquisition of 314 Pelhamdale Avenue. Polls will be open from 7am to 9pm at the PMHS Main Gym.
The Village of Pelham Board of Trustees has approved new daily construction hours for the Hutchinson Elementary school project, extending the hours by one hour on both ends.
All the Pelham PTAs urge residents to vote YES on June 18, 2019 in the Special Election to allow the the Pelham School District to purchase property located at: 314 Pelhamdale Avenue, adjacent to the Colonial School Playground..
With the special election that would allow the Pelham School District to purchase property adjacent Colonial Elementary School one week away, the Pelham Village Board of Trustees and Mayor urged Pelham citizens to vote in the Special Election next Tuesday, June 18.
Retiring teachers Pamela Anderson, Cassandra Fiore, Jo Ann Hintzen, Margaret Keegan and Susan Snyder will be honored by the Board of Education at a community reception tonight, Tuesday, June 11 at 7:30 pm in the PMHS Library. Light refreshments will be served.
Here is information on absentee ballots and voter registration for the Special Vote June 18 on the Pelham School District's proposed acquisition of a house next to the Colonial School playground that would be used for administration offices:
Pelham Middle School 7th and 8th grade students engaged in a number of activities during May that were designed to connect them to the world in which they live and make a positive impact on their community.
Pelham Middle School eighth grader Adina Sasson took home second place in the New York Conference of Mayors' "If I Were Mayor" essay contest. In her essay, Adina proposed a ban on gas powered leaf blowers to aid the environment and prevent health issues.
"Establishing a Culture of Dignity, a School of Character, and Raising Ethical Young Leaders in Today’s World” was the theme of presentations by author Rosalind Wiseman to parents, students and faculty during her visit to Pelham on May 20th and 21st,