Opinion

Kiel takes care of business

Kiel takes care of business

Kim Kiel has always been a person who gets things done. Lately, she’s been in a whirlwind of activity and change transitioning into the position ... Read more

An inspiration for teaching

An inspiration for teaching

“Do you remember Gabrielle Taylor?” asked the woman approaching the summer reading table at registration. Read more

Care, compassion between nurse and student

Care, compassion between nurse and student

“She was the school nurse; I was a 5-year-old diabetic. Naturally, we became best friends,” Kathryn Clemmons wrote in an essay that would win her ... Read more

PHS students finding their way

PHS students finding their way

“Do you know where Miss Borland’s room is?” Distressed and lost, PHS freshman Morgan Whitman needed to be pointed in the right direction. Read more

Sweating to the beat

Sweating to the beat

“Okay, remember that we’re not every man, woman and child for themselves out here, please look out for the folks around you,” shouted Pelham High ... Read more

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Conversations with Connie

‘Believe’ mailbox holds PHS students’ wishes for Santa

“This is adorable! Who made this?” PHS Majorette sponsor Dana Gsell asked while admiring our Macy’s Believe Mailbox at the PHS Visual Ensemble Holiday Showcase. Read more

Tutchtone earns PHS Teacher of the Year title

Pelham High School’s Advanced Placement United States History teacher Sabrina Tutchtone is a competitor. Read more

Gifted shop features handmade items from local artists

“We have unique gifts this year. We’re fortunate to have relationships with many local artists,” said Paige Burnett, owner of Pelham’s Gifted. Read more

‘The Miracle Worker’ performance sheds light on overcoming obstacles

As the crowd settled in for “The Miracle Worker” last weekend, PHS Theatre teacher Jamie Stephenson welcomed them. “Most people think that ‘The Miracle ... Read more

Hatch offers selfless service

“We’re moving our induction to fall,” National English Honor Society Sponsor Tonya Hatch said. As the teacher who brought the “Much Ado About Literature” ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Adjustments come with a new school year

"If it helps school start in the new addition, aren't you willing to park far away?" my 13-year-old asked. Read more