Summer travels take in tubing on a Tennessee lake, USA’s oldest town and beaches of Amelia Island

By Paige Felgner, Staff Reporter

Have you ever been tubing in Tennessee, sightseeing in the oldest town in the United States, or swimming on Amelia Island? If you haven't, then you should try doing these things because they are all very fun. Every summer, my family and I go and visit...  Read More »

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From lava caves to hot springs, Iceland is cool way to kick off summer vacation

From lava caves to hot springs, Iceland is cool way to kick off summer vacation

By Sophia Leung, News Editor

ICELAND — It was July in Pelham, and most kids were at camp, the pool or the beach. But my family went to Iceland, where the temperature stays around 50 degrees Fahrenheit during the day. Of course, it's hard to tell what's day and what's night when...  Read More »

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Working the constitution

This year, the fifth grade went on a field trip to the Brooklyn federal bankruptcy court for their study of the rules of law and the U.S. Constitution....  Read More »

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Walking for love

In Walk for Love, a program created by sixth graders at Pelham Middle School and Colonial teachers and students, students and parents walked around the...  Read More »

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Smithsonian’s American history museum place for a ‘most favorite day’

Smithsonian’s American history museum place for a ‘most favorite day’

By Sean Diaz McCarthy, Staff Reporter

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Have you ever been to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History here? Well I have, and it was my most favorite day. One...  Read More »

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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 »

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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 »

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Mrs. Wilson talks about year’s big events, what’s coming next (year-end print edition)

By Georgia Russello and Charlotte Nanda

THE OFFICE -- Principal Tonya Wilson is getting ready for next year after a 2013-2014 school year that was packed with big events. Mrs. Wilson talked to the Colonial Times about how this year went...  Read More »

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Kindergartners learn from their fifth grade buddies (year-end print edition)

Kindergartners learn from their fifth grade buddies (year-end print edition)

By Jamie Burke, Lila Caminiti, and Olivia Fenwick

COLONIAL SCHOOL -- All fifth graders have Kindergarten buddies they play with at recess. It's a tradition at the school. This year, the fifth graders and the Kindergartners enjoyed playing with each...  Read More »

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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 »

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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 »

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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

Instagram social app popular among upper grades (year-end print edition)

By Christian Shiels and Thomas Shelton

COLONIAL SCHOOL -- Do you have friends who are far away and you can't keep in touch with them? If so, then you might want to consider using Instagram. Instagram is a smartphone social app that lets you keep...  Read More »

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