Fifth graders improve on teamwork by zipping at Ring Homestead

Fifth graders improve on teamwork by zipping at Ring Homestead

By Tisya Sharma and Ella Miller

RING HOMESTEAD — The fifth grade students of Colonial attended the Ring Homestead Challenge Ropes Course recently. This was one of the best field trips a kid could ever go on. There was fun, there was adventure, and above all, there was a goal. The...  Read More »

October 26, 2014 • 0 comments

Live blogging at Colonial School picnic 2014

Live blogging at Colonial School picnic 2014

By Paige Felgner, Ella Miller, Tisya Sharma, Charlotte Nanda, Georgia Russello, Kate Girolamo, Eileen Mazzaro, Caroline Michailoff, and Eleanor Moraes

The newspaper staff is currently at the Colonial back-to-school picnic at Prospect Hill School live blogging everything that's happening. We will be updating often, so keep refreshing the page to keep up! 7:11 pm -- Colonial parent Shannon Moraes said,...  Read More »

September 12, 2014 • 0 comments

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Colonial Times editors visit PMHS to learn how high school’s paper, the Pel Mel, is published

Colonial Times editors visit PMHS to learn how high school’s paper, the Pel Mel, is published

By Maddie Samaan, Jacob Hartmere, and Sophia Leung

PMHS — The Colonial Times editors visited here at the end of February to learn about working on a high school newspaper. The...  Read More »

April 13, 2014 • 0 comments

Pelham Rec offers backyard games program at elementary schools

Pelham Rec offers backyard games program at elementary schools

By Everett Banholzer, Staff Reporter

PELHAM — For grades K-5, Pelham Recreation is offering a backyard games program this spring that includes whiffle ball, kickball,...  Read More »

April 1, 2014 • 0 comments

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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

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Kindergartners say they learned lots, love being in school (year-end print edition)

Kindergartners say they learned lots, love being in school (year-end print edition)

By Olivia Berkery and Margot Wies

KINDERGARTEN CLASSROOMS -- The Kindergarten year has had a lot of  smiles. It may have started with shy Kindergartners, but it is ends with the 2014-2015 first graders, and a super awesome year in between....  Read More »

August 5, 2014 • 0 comments

Third grade visits Pelham Palace for meal and botanical gardens for green things (year-end print edition)

Third grade visits Pelham Palace for meal and botanical gardens for green things (year-end print edition)

By Eleanor Moraes, Staff Reporter

3rd GRADE CLASSROOMS — The third grade went on a few fun trips this year, including to Pelham Palace, the local Chinese restaurant, for lunch, and to the New York Botanical Garden. On the Pelham...  Read More »

August 5, 2014 • 0 comments

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Book review: ‘Number the Stars’ rates 10s on three counts

By Ella Miller, A&E Editor

The fifth graders are all reading the book "Number the Stars" by Lois Lowry. The book is set in Copenhagen, Denmark, during World War 2. It tells a story of two best friends getting stopped by soldiers,...  Read More »

October 20, 2014 • 0 comments

Are Colonial students still fans of Harry Potter books? (year-end print edition)

By Honor Durham and Michael Micciche

COLONIAL — The Harry Potter book series has been published for 17 years, but it's still popular around the world. We were curious to see if the series was being read in Colonial by many kids. To...  Read More »

July 26, 2014 • 0 comments

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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

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