The Pel Mel

  • November 7Pelham Alumna Alessandra Biaggi Wins State Senate Seat

  • October 31Pelican Volleyball falls to 4th seed Walter Panas in 3-2 loss

  • October 26Pelican Footballers Finish 2nd in League E, Losing to Pearl River

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Cameron Montanarella, Sophomore

May 17, 2018

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May 11: Varsity Baseball Pelham Tournament May 11: Varsity Softball Pelham vs. Ardsley May 11: Varsity Boys Lacrosse Pelham vs. Eastchester May 12: Varsity Baseball Pelham Tournament May 15: Varsity Boys Lacrosse Pelham...

Don’t Just March; Don’t Just Tweet… VOTE!

Sam Plunkett, Sophomore, Web Manager

May 17, 2018

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At the recent March for Our Lives demonstrations across the country, young people were seen brandishing signs warning, “227 Days Until Midterm Elections,” “Vote them Out!”, and “Congress Does Not Speak For Me,” and...

Y2Y Sponsors KAHOOT! Tournament

Kate Soifer, Senior, Co-Editorial Director

May 17, 2018

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Trivia games not only help players build knowledge, but can also help them create bonds. On March 16, the Youth to Youth (Y2Y) club sponsored a Kahoot tournament at JCafe. Kahoot, an internet game started in 2013, is a speed-based...

Pelham Joins the March For Our Lives

SJ O'Connor, Sophomore, Co-News Editor

May 17, 2018

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In the days following gun violence tragedies, activism and angry voices have been heard in the news, but eventually died out. However, the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February...

Pelham Alum Runs for State Senate

Zach Leonard, Junior, Staff Reporter

May 17, 2018

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In a year filled with youth-led activism, it is important for students to realize that advocacy doesn’t end when they finish high school. PMHS alum Alessandra Biaggi has decided to dedicate her life to public service. She is...

Layout of Bond Passes in 5-2 Vote

Johnny Liesman and Henry Morjikian, Seniors, Co-Editor-In-Chief and Co-Sports Editor

May 17, 2018

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In one of the largest and most historic proposed bonds in Pelham school district history, the Board of Education is seeking massive capital improvements and renovations for the six schools in Pelham. On March 27, the board...

Assistant Superintendent Matthews Announces Her Retirement

Charlotte Edmunds, Junior, Co-Editor-In-Cheif

May 17, 2018

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The reputation of Pelham Union Free School District (PUFSD) is defined by the people who devote so much time and care to making the community and schools so special. One such educator who epitomizes this spirit is Mrs. Rosemary...

Mrs. Ricci Retires After 25 Years

Maria Comerford and Dylan Nordstrom, Sophomores

May 17, 2018

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1993 was a year of milestones: Bill Clinton was elected president, Ariana Grande was born, Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” dominated the airwaves, and Mrs. Regina Ricci began teaching at Pelham Memorial High School....

Pelham Looks to Solarize Homes and Businesses

Nevin Malwana,, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2018

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For many, installing solar panels has been an option that is cost inefficient, inconvenient and, though ecologically responsible, the option was simply unavailable. Now, Pelham is being given a unique chance to make that idea...

Pelham Thinks Plastic is Drastic

Maddie Mullany, Junior, Staff Reporters

May 15, 2018

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Students around the country have been empowered to find their own voices and express their political activism following the events in Parkland, Florida. Whether it’s sparking protests, walkouts, or boycotts, young people are...

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