Ted Scheu that Poetry Guy brings words that fly (from our June print edition)

By Arden Keough, Staff Reporter

July 21, 2018

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COLONIAL — Ted Scheu that Poetry Guy came back to tell the kids all about the new poetry he is writing Most children have experienced his past visits because he had previously come to read for all grades, but this year he...

Fifth graders worried, sad, excited at leaving Colonial (from our June print edition)

By Olivia Hefner and Kira Findikyan

July 21, 2018

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COLONIAL — Some people may think that all fifth graders are super excited about moving up to sixth grade and Pelham Middle School. They'd be half and a bit more right. Most fifth graders are. But some of them are not. Graduating...

Fifth grade MACs a difference (from our June print edition)

By Timothy Magambo, A&E Editor

July 15, 2018

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5th GRADE CLASSROOMS — MAC is a fifth grade project that is also known as Make a Change. The goal of MAC is for a student to come up with an idea and try to get it implemented to improve Colonial School. The most common ideas...

Fourth and fifth grade buddies work together (from our June print edition)

By Maxim Katchoura, Staff Reporter

July 15, 2018

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COLONIAL — Fourth and fifth grade relationships are looking pretty good. In Colonial, the fourth and fifth graders are buddies, and most people say they like the system that pairs them with a friend. The fourth-fifth grade...

Salad feast is plant lesson (from our June print edition)

By Anjali Shekher, Staff Reporter

July 8, 2018

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4th GRADE CLASSROOMS — The salad feast is a project that the fourth grade is doing to learn about the parts of a plant. "I am really excited for the salad feast because when you write the ingredients, you actually make what...

4th grade plays at Carnegie Hall (from our June print edition)

By Audrey Davis, Staff Reporter

July 8, 2018

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NEW YORK — The fourth grade classes traveled to Carnegie Hall on May 23—and not just to hear a concert. They were excited to play recorders and sing along with the professionals. The event, called "The Orchestra Sings,"...

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