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Eighth grade students wear WWI style jackets and helmets and stand at the memorial tablet.

Eighth grade social studies classes donned their WWI garb for a visit to the memorial tablet in the high school to pay their respects as they learned about Veteran's Day and its connection to World War I.

Students and teachers are shown holding pajamas that they collected.

Organized by the student government, Pelham Middle School students collected and donated new books and pajamas as part of the Pajama Program initiative to help those in need in Westchester.

Middle School students performing a scene from Bye Bye Birdie.

The Pelham Middle School production of Bye Bye Birdie.

Jackie Meier shows some of her geometric art to students in a classroom.

Seventh grade science students participated in a workshop with Jackie Meier, a local artist specializing in geometric abstraction, who talked about her art, process, and influences, and made connections between physics, biology, ecology, and the arts, before leading students in creating their own geometric abstractions using the metric units they had learned in class.

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Former Earth Science Teacher and Coach

​Tom firmly believed the most important thing we can do for our children is to give them the best education possible. In order to support his family through this difficult time, the Pelham Teachers' Association has established a Fund that will be used to assist with college related expenses for his children.

Read More about ​Tom Roksvold Memorial Fund
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.

Read More about Holocaust Speakers visit pms

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