Fourth, fifth graders take survey to see how Pelham district can improve schools

COLONIAL — The Pelham School District sent a survey to find out information to help improve Pelham’s schools. Fourth and fifth graders were required to fill out the survey, as were their teachers.

Julian Matteoni (5S) said, “I think the survey is mostly pointless, and I doubt they would change that much in the schools. The questions about school lunches may have a point.”

Most people did not think the survey would do that much, but they were okay with filling it out.

Sam Cullen (4M) said, “The surveys were fine, but I did not like them because they were creepy, and asked too many personal questions.”