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New Hutchinson School to bring big changes—and already a wish list from Colonial kids

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New Hutchinson School to bring big changes—and already a wish list from Colonial kids

Architectural drawing of new Hutch building.

Architectural drawing of new Hutch building.

Architectural drawing of new Hutch building.

Architectural drawing of new Hutch building.

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4th GRADE CLASSROOMS — In the 1914, a school called Hutchinson was built in Pelham. Over the years the school became old, so they are building a new school.

Some fourth graders think it’s unfair.

Sophie Kim (4G) said, “I think the new school will be bigger and have air conditioning, which is not fair because Colonial needs things too like air conditioning. We don’t have any room, and after Hutchonson is done, we should get remodeled.”

Anna Shiels (4M) agreed. “I do not think it is fair that Hutchinson gets to be remodeled, and Colonial does not, and our school is already running out of space, and we are getting cold pizza and plastic desks. This is not fair because Hutchinson is getting a new school and we don’t!”

Shylah Horan (4M) backed the construction project. “Their school is getting remodeled because their school is falling apart.”

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Katherine Howells, Staff Reporter

My name is Katherine and I was born on March 9, 2009, and I like ski racing and tubing. I also enjoy fishing and  sledding.

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2 Responses to “New Hutchinson School to bring big changes—and already a wish list from Colonial kids”

  1. Evan Kaplan on January 28th, 2019 4:44 PM

    New School! New School! New School! New School!

  2. Shylah Horan on January 30th, 2019 1:14 PM

    I love your story!

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