On the morning of Tuesday, Dec. 10, members from the Pelham Board of Education, along with Superintendent Dr. Scott Coefield, visited each school throughout the district to hand deliver extra compensation checks and personally thank employees for the energy, efforts, and dedication they put into cultivating the well-being and success of our students!
In December and January, our digital citizenship curriculum focuses on digital identity, and online privacy and security. Take a look at our latest parent resource sheets and talk with students about their digital footprint and the importance of privacy and security online. Also, we've added a new flyer on Media Balance with tips to keep media and tech use part of a healthy family lifestyle.
Neighborhood Bridges Pelham launched in early December to become a gateway to kindness for students and families in need. Essentially, Neighborhood Bridges is like a year-round angel tree bridging community kindness and resources to support our neighbors in need. Thanks to everyone who has already fulfilled needs or signed up to receive notifications! If you haven't signed up yet, click the link below to learn more!
Do you know that students in Pelham City Schools have access to a digital library?
Powered by OverDrive, our digital library offers students a wide variety of eBooks and Audio Books to check out from their devices at home or on the go. You can access the site through our school system link and Student ID number. Check it out today!
As many of you know, Pelham Oaks Elementary principal, Mrs. Deberah Miller, is retiring in January. In October, Mr. Chase Holden was selected to fill Mrs. Miller's position as the principal of Pelham Oaks Elementary. Mr. Holden is currently the assistant principal at the school, and he will assume his role as principal on January 1. Mrs. Sharon Cooper will join the Pelham Oaks faculty as Assistant Principal on January 3. Mrs. Miller, Mr. Holden, and Mrs. Cooper will work together to ensure a smooth transition before Mrs. Miller's last day on January 31.
Christmas Break is Monday, December 23 through Thursday, January 2.
Students will be dismissed at 1 pm on Friday, December 20.
Friday, January 3 is a Teacher Workday.
Students will return to school on Monday, January 6, 2020.