With warm weather here, students switch from pants to shorts

By Anjali Shekher, Staff Reporter

May 25, 2018

COLONIAL — The season changed from winter to spring, so kids are starting to change their clothing from pants to shorts. Heather Reische (4M) said, ''I like shorts better than pants. I would wear shorts in 55 to 60 degrees."...

Fifth graders work on year-end project

By Bryn Felgner, Staff Reporter

April 28, 2018

5TH GRADE CLASSROOMS — The fifth graders are doing a project for graduation called Make a Change (MAAC), where they study  people who made or are making a change, people such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., or Mahatma Gandhi. The...

100th day of school rolls around again (from our mid-year print edition)

By Lark Martin, A&E Editor

April 27, 2018

COLONIAL SCHOOL—Every year, most of the grades celebrate the 100th day of school in their own special way. The Kindergartners dress up as what they would look like if they were 100 years old.  This year, the 100th day...

DAREd to right choices (from our mid-year print edition)

By Ben Martucci, A&E Editor

April 23, 2018

5TH GRADE CLASSROOMS — With the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) program starting soon, fifth graders have different opinions about it. This year, Pelham Police Officer Brian Hendrie is running the program as he has for...

Fifth grade going on sixth: PMS is ahead (from our mid-year print edition)

By Sabine Bushong, Our Town Editor

April 23, 2018

5TH GRADE CLASSROOMS — Fifth graders have mixed opinions about moving up to middle school. Are they excited or are they scared about growing up? Sixth grade can be hard. Students switch classes, walk the same halls with the...

Music of Philharmonic is more beautiful than ever, say third graders

By Ella Klossner, Staff Reporter

April 8, 2018

NEW YORK — The third graders recently went to the Philharmonic and had a great time. The Philharmonic is a really good musical group that performs with violins and many other beautiful sounding instruments. Nathalie Rackley...

Kids planned to go to country clubs, dress up and do more things for St. Patrick’s Day

By Lucy Cole and Heather Reische

March 20, 2018

COLONIAL SCHOOL — When interviewed before the holiday, some kids said they planned to spend their St. Patrick's Day doing things big and small. Some have Irish blood, and some do not. Before the holiday, Bryn Felgner said...

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