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An update following the governor's announcement

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Praise for graduation and information about Parent Discussions 

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The District is taking steps to allow for further cleaning and monitoring guidance from the state.  

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The schools have been thoroughly cleaned and we are ready to open on Monday. 

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Students and parents are greeted by Principal Gilbert outside of Siwanoy School

Please read about our summer work and new initiatives for the upcoming 2019-20 school year.

Students throw their caps in the air after graduating.

Dr. Champ reports on graduation, construction and summer initiatives.

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The special vote on acquiring the property at 314 Pelhamdale Avenue was approved by voters 783-123.

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The Board of Education will consider the budget proposal over the next several weeks before the community wide Budget Vote and School Board Election on Tuesday, May 21

Maria Thompson holds up her book as Siwanoy students look on.

The Pelham Public Schools enthusiastically celebrated World Read Aloud Day on Feb. 1 with a variety of guest readers who shared their favorite books with elementary school students.

View photos from the day!

Dr. Champ's Winter Newsletter

Dr. Champ updates the community on strategic planning, bond implementation and cultural proficiency training. 

Lauren Gobbo and Fran Corelli are shown holding their certificate.

FLES Teachers Lauren Gobbo and Fran Corelli were presented with the Sally G. Hahn Outstanding NYS FLES Program award for their implementation of Spanish-language instruction in grades 2-4 in Pelham elementary schools.

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Kindergarten registration for the Pelham Class of 2032 will be held on January 29-30, 2019 in PMHS Alumni Hall. Please read for more information and the complete schedule. 

Dr. Champ locks arms with a group of students, teachers, parents and administrators during cultural proficiency training.

The crisp air, shorter days and beautifully colored leaves are signs that we have reached the throes of autumn. The fall has always been one of my favorite times of year, especially when I think about how far we've already come this school year and the exciting work we have before us.

Greg Lau, Lynn Sabia and John Sebalos are pictured together.

I hope this letter finds you well rested and enjoying the last weeks of summer. Whether you traveled somewhere local or exotic, relaxed by the pool or beach, visited your kids at camp, or spent the summer here in Pelham, I hope that the past two months have been restful and enjoyable.

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