Opinion

Students show meaning of community in musical

Students show meaning of community in musical

Spotting Zach Allison in the audience of Pelham High School’s musical revue, “A Night on Broadway,” piqued my curiosity. Read more

Pelham offers arts for all ages

Pelham offers arts for all ages

“We wanted our students to have the opportunity to display their work for everyone in the system,” said Sherri Campbell, Valley Intermediate School art teacher. ... Read more

Finding her happy dance

Finding her happy dance

Maddie Gathings entered my classroom in 2011, shortly after Carson Sumpter’s death. Read more

Telling stories powerful enough to change the world

Telling stories powerful enough to change the world

“Danielle, I love your quotes, your points are well-made, and your grammar is lovely,” I said as I conferenced with my student, Danielle Sanders, about ... Read more

Searching for secret tunnels

Searching for secret tunnels

For Pelham High School students traveling to Montgomery to attend the Alabama High School Literary Arts Awards, notification that their photo session with legislators was ... Read more

More Articles

  1. Fully prepared
  2. Working together for all the right reasons
  3. Creative Champions
  4. PHS students win awards at ASPA convention
  5. Pelham High School loves the Arts
  6. Budding business: Beall opens clothing shop
  7. Team takes to the Trails
  8. PHS Princess makes waves in Tennessee
  9. Kai’s Koffee keeps moving up
  10. Pelham celebrates holiday traditions
< Older | Newer >

Conversations with Connie

Young women bring home honors to Pelham

“‘Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.’ This quote by Winston Churchill is a reflection of ... Read more

Fireworks in Pelham

“What happens if there’s a storm during the fireworks?” This question floated around on the evening of July 3just before the City of Pelham hosted ... Read more

From a tiny seed

“It’s great for kids to see that starting with a seed––just like the mustard seed from the Bible—patience, care and hard work can grow a ... Read more

Literary magazine fosters collaboration among staff members

By CONNIE NOLEN / Community Columnist “Press party tonight? Bahama Buck’s—are you in?” Sending out messages via teacher-student communication forum Remind, posting on social media ... Read more

Choose the park for your special events

By EMILY D. COOK / Guest Columnist Are you looking for a place to have a picnic, family reunion, birthday party or even a wedding? ... 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