Several ways to walk and ride safely, says Mrs. Wilson

By Peyton Rees and Manon Bushong, Manon Bushong, and Peyton Rees

April 16, 2011

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COLONIAL SCHOOL -- Whether you’re walking or bike riding to school, there are ways you can be safe, according to Mrs. Wilson. When walking, always stay on the sidewalk, wait for the crossing guard’s signal and double...

Fifth graders to star in class play at Prospect Hill

By Theo Caminiti, Staff Reporter

April 1, 2011

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COLONIAL SCHOOL -- The fifth grade play will held April 5 at Prospect Hill School auditorium following weeks of rehearsal for 5G and 5V that began at the end of January under the direction of Mrs. Finnegan. The boys and...

Colonial Walks Day: We’re walkin’ in the rain

By Peyton Rees and Manon Bushong, Peyton Rees, and Manon Bushong

March 28, 2011

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ON THE SIDEWALKS OF PELHAM -- The first Colonial Walks Day was rained on, but some students still walked. On March 21, it was held because it was the first day of Spring. Mrs. Wilson said the school is planning to have Colonial...

Mrs. Carlson comes here from Siwony, loves Colonial

By Helena White, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2011

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COLONIAL SCHOOL -- In the beginning of the year, a new teacher arrived at Colonial School, Mrs. Carlson. She last taught at Siwony School and said she loves Colonial so far. All the students in her class, 4-C, say she’s...

Mrs. Lombardi travels from 3rd grade to 4th

By Alexandra Broege, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2011

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COLONIAL SCHOOL -- Mrs. Lombardi, who moved from teaching third grade to fourth grade this year, said that she has worked in all of the Pelham elementary schools. She has been in Pelham schools for 11 years, so she’s been...

Mrs. Albano dreamed about being a teacher

By Adie Howey, Staff Reporter

March 9, 2011

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COLONIAL SCHOOL -- I interviewed Mrs. Albano in February. I gave her three questions. Here they are: Q: What inspired you to become a teacher? A: “Well, I like kids. And I dreamed about it when I was little.” Q: What...

Fourth and fifth graders jump rope for heart disease

By Daniel Bernstein, Staff Reporter

March 9, 2011

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COLONIAL SCHOOL -- Fourth and fifth graders participated in Jump Rope for Heart on Feb. 14 to raise money for the American Heart Association (AHA) to help people with heart disease. Colonial has been doing Jump Rope for Heart...

Lunch Bunch blood drive: 1 pint saves 3 lives

By Charlotte Krause, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2011

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COLONIAL SCHOOL -- The Lunch Bunch hosted a blood drive on Feb. 9, with the blood donated to the Westchester Blood Center in Mount Vernon. The event collected about 20 pints and took place from 3:15 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The drive...

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