Colonial clog: huge rain storm almost shuts down school, but staff works to keep classes going

Colonial clog: huge rain storm almost shuts down school, but staff works to keep classes going

By Eileen Mazzaro, Jack Tirsch, Kate Girolamo, Tisya Sharma, and Georgia Russello

COLONIAL SCHOOL — The giant rain storm came storming in on Tuesday, leaving the streets full of water. The flooding was in the street, and the water level in the sewer came so high that it could come into the building, but the school has a protecter...  Read More »

December 11, 2014 • 1 comment

Fourth and fifth graders to perform in winter concert Friday morning

Fourth and fifth graders to perform in winter concert Friday morning

By Cate McLean and Eleanor Moraes

COLONIAL GYM —  The winter concert will take place Friday at 9:15 am, with the fourth and fifth graders performing. Th concert will include the choruses for each grade, the orchestra and the fifth grade band. Adina Sasson, a fourth grader, said...  Read More »

December 11, 2014 • 1 comment

View All »

Downtown Pelham gets new sushi restaurant with fresh food, nice building

By Allie Carney, Staff Reporter

PELHAM — Have you heard? A new sushi place has opened in town, and the business has been pretty successful. Sakura Sushi is...  Read More »

December 16, 2014 • 0 comments

Tasty treats served at Simply Sweetz, Pelham’s new candy store

By Leah Sherbansky, Staff Reporter

PELHAM — There's a new candy shop called Simply Sweetz on Fifth Avenue. The new store is getting good reviews from Colonial...  Read More »

December 15, 2014 • 0 comments

View All »

The Taj Mahal is loaded with interesting history, beauty and fine architectural details

The Taj Mahal is loaded with interesting history, beauty and fine architectural details

By Tisya Sharma, News Editor

AGRA, INDIA - Currently I'm at one of the seven new wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal. While reporting, I'm also spending some time with family that...  Read More »

December 3, 2014 • 1 comment

Philadelphia, country’s former capital, provides many historic sites to learn from

By Tisya Sharma, Staff Reporter

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — In August, I visited this city to see the historic landmarks and museums. After all, it was our country's capital at one point...  Read More »

September 17, 2014 • 0 comments

View All »

School book fair offers many wonderful books kids want to read

By Grace Dunhill, Staff Reporter

COLONIAL LIBRARY — The book fair had lots of wonderful and popular books. "I got the book 'Zombie Baseball Beat Down' and wanted 'The Guinness Book of World Records 2015,'" said Will Crotty (3L). Sophia...  Read More »

December 15, 2014 • 0 comments

Fifth graders visit St. Paul’s for living history lesson on Revolutionary War

Fifth graders visit St. Paul’s for living history lesson on Revolutionary War

By Caroline Michailoff, A&E Editor

MOUNT VERNON — The fifth graders went to St. Paul's Church on Oct. 17 and learned about what life was like during the Revolutionary War. The church has a connection to our local history and the...  Read More »

November 26, 2014 • 2 comments

View All »

This kid Alexander has a pretty bad (okay terrible, horrible, no good) day

This kid Alexander has a pretty bad (okay terrible, horrible, no good) day

By Emma Van Praagh and Emma Crotty

"Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" just came out in the movie theaters and is coming soon on DVD. This funny film is based on the original book where only Alexander has the...  Read More »

December 16, 2014 • 0 comments

Fourth and fifth graders to perform in winter concert Friday morning

Fourth and fifth graders to perform in winter concert Friday morning

By Cate McLean and Eleanor Moraes

COLONIAL GYM —  The winter concert will take place Friday at 9:15 am, with the fourth and fifth graders performing. Th concert will include the choruses for each grade, the orchestra and the fifth...  Read More »

December 11, 2014 • 1 comment

View All »

Fourth graders go to Spotlight Gymnastics to end a unit

By Ella Miller, Staff Reporter

SPOTLIGHT GYM — In fourth grade PE, the students have been doing a gymnastics unit for weeks and weeks. They have been learning skills, creating routines and practicing. A few different skills they...  Read More »

June 19, 2014 • 0 comments

Pelham Olympics coming Saturday with events for K through fifth graders

Pelham Olympics coming Saturday with events for K through fifth graders

By Eileen Mazzaro, Staff Reporter

GLOVER FIELD — The Pelham Summer Olympics will be held this Saturday (June 7) and consist of many events, including running races, relays, obstacle courses, long jump, high jump, football toss and water...  Read More »

June 6, 2014 • 0 comments

View All »