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Middle School students perform during production of Madagascar.

Pelham Middle School Drama performance of Madagascar. Click here for the full slideshow!

Students playing violin at spring concert.

Congratulations to Dr. Zanky, Mrs. Abeshouse, and Mr. Van Bochove, and all of the talented orchestra, chorus, and band students on their successful Spring Concerts! Click here for more pictures.

News & Information

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November 9, 2022

Dear Pelham Middle School Parents and Guardians,

We are pleased to inform you that, on November 30, December 1, and December 2, we will be holding Parent-Teacher Conferences. This year, conferences will be held both in person and virtually, as follows:

  • Wednesday, November 30 -  5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. - in person conferences
  • Thursday, December 1 - 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. - in person conferences
  • Friday, December 2 - 8:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m. - virtual conferences

We will be using the Meet the Teacher application for booking appointments and for virtual conferences. You may begin
to sign up for conferences starting at noon on Thursday, November 10.

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The PMS Post now includes a number of Thanksgiving-related articles. Check it out here: https://pelhampostpms.org/

The Pelham Post provides Pelham Middle School students the opportunity to explore local and world news, express their creativity and thoughtfulness, and publish original writing & media for their peers and community. Follow our stories and experience the world around us through our eyes!

Happy reading!

Interested in writing for The Pelham Post?

See Ms. Pinsker to find out more information. Newspaper  Club meeting dates vary. Check our Google Classroom (code: 4l2a7co) for announcements and important messages.

 

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Ms. Sabia, Principal and Mr. Llewellyn, Assistant Principal pose under the heading PRIDE Post

Dear Pelham Middle School Families, 

Welcome to our first P.R.I.D.E. Post of the 2021-22 school year! We use this newsletter as an opportunity to share the events, activities, and accomplishments we are most excited about and  proud of. While this year has continued to pose unique challenges for schools, we have done our  best to make sure our students have a positive and enriching middle school experience. One of our goals this year was to promote an “Atmosphere of Joy” here in the middle school to counteract the  hardships students have experienced due to COVID, and we have designed many student  experiences around this objective. It has been a busy year so far at Pelham Middle School and we hope you enjoy reading about it! 

Sincerely, 

Lynn M. Sabia, Sean A. Llewellyn,
Principal Assistant Principal

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Ms. Sabia, Principal and Mr. Llewellyn, Assistant Principal pose under the heading PRIDE Post

Dear Pelham Middle School Families,

What a year! It has been a challenging and exhausting past ten months as our teachers and students have continuously adapted to changing DOH requirements, teaching models, classroom setups, bell schedules, and technologies. Through it all, they have demonstrated amazing resilience, a willingness to learn new skills, and a commitment to maintain our standards of excellence in teaching and learning in spite of all of the roadblocks. We conclude the year feeling tremendous P.R.I.D.E. for all our students and teachers have accomplished!

Sincerely,

Lynn M. Sabia, Sean A. Llewellyn,
Principal Assistant Principal

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Ms. Sabia, Principal and Mr. Llewellyn, Assistant Principal pose under the heading PRIDE Post

Dear Pelham Middle School Families, It’s time for our second P.R.I.D.E. Post of the 2020-21 school year, and we have a lot to talk about! While the snow and ice have kept us indoors, that hasn’t stopped us from participating in a plethora of exciting virtual activities as well as making significant strides towards our character education goals. We hope you enjoy reading about all the fun and enriching experiences we’ve had this winter!

Sincerely,

Lynn M. Sabia, Sean A. Llewellyn,
Principal Assistant Principal

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Ms. Sabia, Principal and Mr. Llewellyn, Assistant Principal pose under the heading PRIDE Post

Dear Pelham Middle School Families,

Welcome to our first P.R.I.D.E. Post of the 2020-21 school year! We use this quarterly newsletter as an opportunity to share the events, activities, and accomplishments we are most excited about and proud of. While 2020 has continued to pose unique challenges for educators, we have done our best to make sure our students have a positive and enriching middle school experience. Even though we are unable to take advantage of many of the field trips, assemblies, and guest speakers we would normally enjoy in the fall, we will continue to strive to come up with creative and safe alternatives for students. On a positive note, we have been incredibly impressed at the degree to which our students and teachers have adapted to our hybrid learning model and mastered the technical tools necessary to do so. We will continue to adapt and learn as the year progresses and remain committed, throughout this pandemic and beyond, to make sure all students have the chance to learn, to grow, and to have fun!

Sincerely,

Lynn M. Sabia                                       
Principal                                                   

Sean A. Llewellyn
Assistant Principal

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