Mid-year printed edition: First graders study math, motion, writing

By Ella Deyoung, Community Editor

March 25, 2013

FIRST GRADE CLASSROOMS -- First grade students and teachers talked about what the students have learned in the first half of the year. The first graders have been learning valuable skills in math, reading, social studies, spe...

Mid-year printed edition: Fourth grade looks at planets, division, immigrants

By Carly McNamara and Anna Shampanier-Bowen

March 25, 2013

FOURTH GRADE CLASSROOMS — The fourth grade teachers and students reviewed their year so far and talked about what is going to happen in the months to come. Teacher Ron Martucci wants to work on studying the Winter Solstice....

Mid-year printed edition: First year at Colonial fun for youngest ones

By Charlotte Howard, News Editor

March 25, 2013

KINDERGARTEN CLASSROOMS — It is the middle of the school year, and most of the kids are all settled into their classrooms. For these students, it is their first time in an elementary school. Some Kindergartners were still a l...

Student government considers holding a fair and helping endangered animals

By Zoey Campos, Staff Reporter

March 24, 2013

COLONIAL SCHOOL — People usually wonder what’s new in student government. Now you will know. Maxwell Resnick, student government representative from  4C, said, “We are thinking of doing like a fair for people where peopl...

Walk-to-school day adventures occur on first day of spring

By Charlotte Howard and Emilia Privat

March 20, 2013

STREETS OF PELHAM — Today was Colonial School's annual walk-to-school day.  The day was organized by the Student Government. Unfortunately, not everyone could walk. The people that celebrated the day seemed happy and cheerful...