Fifth graders mixed on going to Pelham Middle School next year

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Changing classes can be good practice for when fifth graders attend Pelham Middle School.

Changing classes can be good practice for when fifth graders attend Pelham Middle School.

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Changing classes can be good practice for when fifth graders attend Pelham Middle School.

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5TH GRADE CLASSROOMS — Fifth grade students have some different opinions on going to middle school.

Bella Cross, who is in class 5S, said she isn’t excited. “There are 15 in 100 chances of being in a class with at least one friend.”

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Lila Berkery, who is in class 5S, disagreed. She is excited about entering PMS next year. “I’m excited to hangout with my friends from Colonial and different schools. ”

“There are better school lunches and a variety of subjects,” said Ben Sasson, (5S).

Carlo Cipolla (5H) said, “I am getting older and will get to see my sister, who is in middle school as well.”

Daniel Berkery (5H) said, “There are harder classes and a whole social studies class will be taught in 42 minutes.”

Emma Bier (5H) has mixed feelings: “I am excited but a bit scared because the fifth graders are going to the same school (as kids) from all Pelham public elementary schools.”

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One Response to “Fifth graders mixed on going to Pelham Middle School next year”

  1. Maxim Katchoura on January 23rd, 2018 4:42 PM

    Nice story!!:)

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