Two open forums will be held to hear from members of the community as the District begins work on its next Strategic Plan. Read more
The Pelham Public Schools announcing the Spelling Bee Program for 2019. Please read more for information about the program and key dates/contacts.
Upcoming Meetings of the Diversity and Wellness Oversight Committee
Join us Feb. 1-3 for the Pelham Middle School production of the iconic musical "Bye Bye Birdie"
A free screening of the film “Science Fair” will be held at 7 pm on Sunday, January 27 at The Picture House Regional Film Center and feature a post-screening panel discussion with PMHS and Pelham Middle School science research students.
Miles Maiberger won Pelham Middle School’s annual National Geographic Bee with seventh grader Milan Otondi and sixth grader Benjamin Sasson finishing in 2nd and 3rdplace.
Middle School curriculum, subject framework and standards, and assessments were discussed with parents on Jan. 8. Read more
Dr. Cheryl Champ will recommend Julia S. Chung as the next Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Personnel Services at the Board of Education meeting Tuesday night.
District officials and key contributors broke ground on the Siwanoy Outdoor Classroom on December 19, 2018.
Kindergarten registration for the Pelham Class of 2032 will be held on January 29-30, 2019 in PMHS Alumni Hall. Please read for more information and the complete schedule.
An overview of the Pelham Middle School curriculum, subject framework and standards, and assessments were reviewed at the first ever Curriculum Night on Tuesday, Jan. 8. The event, which was attended by approximately 40 parents, was led by MS Principal Lynn Sabia, Assistant Principal Sean Llewellyn, Director of Math and Science Dr. Tom Callahan and Director of Humanities Dr. Maria Thompson.
Please view the presentation slides from the event
For the second straight year eighth grader Miles Maiberger won Pelham Middle School’s annual National Geographic Bee with seventh grader Milan Otondi and sixth grader Benjamin Sasson finishing in 2nd and 3rdplace respectively.
Miles will now take a written test that is given to school winners across New York state, with the top 100 scorers advancing to the state competition in Albany. Miles had advanced to the state competition last year.
Each year, all 6th, 7th and 8th graders participate at the classroom level in Social Studies with each class winner then competing for the school crown. In the competition, students are asked questions about different locations around the globe. Sponsored by the National Geographic Society, the experience is designed to inspire and reward students' curiosity about the world.
Each year, thousands of schools across the United States participate in the National Geographic Bee, competing for college scholarships and the glory of being the National Geographic Bee