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Dear Pelham Middle School Families,

Happy New Year! We hope all of you had a wonderful holiday season. For those of you who are new to Pelham Middle School, the P.R.I.D.E. Post is our quarterly newsletter, keeping you informed about some of the exciting events going on both in and out of the classroom. This school year, we continue to focus on the district’s Strategic Plan Goals in the areas of Cultural Competence, Authentic Learning, and Whole Child, through our continued work in the areas of character education and youth leadership, implementation of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme, and commitment to supporting the academic, social, emotional, and physical growth of our students. We hope you enjoy reading about how all of the ways our teachers and students strive to embody Pelham P.R.I.D.E., through which we are Prepared, Respectful, Involved, and Determined, make Pelham Middle School the truly Excellent school our students deserve.

Sincerely,

Lynn M. Sabia                                         
Principal                                                   

Sean A. Llewellyn
Assistant Principal

The second edition of our P.R.I.D.E. Post! We wanted to take a moment to highlight a few of the many recent student experiences and accomplishments.

Sincerely,

Lynn M. Sabia                                          Sean A. Llewellyn
Principal                                                   Assistant Principal

Julia Meyerson at the New York State History Day Competition in Cooperstown wearing her 2nd place medal.

Congratulations to Julia Meyerson whose research project on Alan Turing won Second Place in the Junior Individual Documentary category at the New York State History Day Competition.

Helga Luden, a holocaust survivor, speaks to the 8th grade about her experiences during the holocaust.

Pelham Middle School 8th graders learned firsthand about the horrors of the Holocaust from two guest speakers whose lives were upended by the atrocity. Esther Geizhals and Helga Schmitz-Fernich Luden were younger than 10 when they were forced to abandon their homes in Poland and Germany respectively because they and their families were Jewish.

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The Board of Education will consider the budget proposal over the next several weeks before the community wide Budget Vote and School Board Election on Tuesday, May 21

Parents sitting in the Middle School library listening to Middle School Pricipal, Lynn Sabia.

Middle School curriculum, subject framework and standards, and assessments were discussed with parents on Jan. 8. Read more

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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. 

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