PMHS Announcements

Lynsey Tuthill


Wednesday ~ October 28, 2020
 ~ DAY 3-A



Class of 2021 Haunted Tail

 Rescheduled to Monday, November 2nd, 2020

Cohort A: 5 - 6:30PM
Cohort B: 6:30 - 8PM

This event is for PMHS Students Only, students should sign up through their school email. Suggested donation per entry is $10.

Masks and Social Distancing Required.


October 23rd - 31st is National Red Ribbon Week! 

The Red Ribbon Campaign is the oldest and largest substance prevention program in the nation, reaching millions of young people during Red Ribbon Week each year. Students and faculty members in schools across the nation show their support for drug-free youth by wearing ribbons, signing pledges, and having conversations about what it means to be drug-free.

If you would like to show your support, please stop by Student Assistance Counselor Ms. Lonergan's room 253A to pick up a ribbon! 

Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug Free!   


9th Grade Students

who have not yet received their Pelham Middle School Yearbooks, please pick up your yearbook after school in room 105E

**Please pick up your yearbook by October 30th**

  If you are unable to pick up your yearbook, please contact Ms. Stagliano at

Lifetouch (Prestige Photos)

will be coming to Pelham Memorial High School for Picture Day. Please click on the below link to check dates for your grade:  


October is Italian Culture and Heritage month

and every year, the President of the United States signs a Proclamation declaring it so. 

Below is an excerpt of Proclamation 8585 written by former American president, Barack Obama in 2010. It highlights the achievements of Italian Americans and their immeasurable contributions to the creation and endurance of our great nation.

Former President Obama said:

In the five centuries since Christopher Columbus, a son of Genoa, Italy, first set sail across the Atlantic Ocean, countless individuals have followed the course he charted to seek a new life in America. Since that time, generations of Italian Americans have helped shape our society and steer the course of our history.

Bound by enduring values of faith and family, Italian Americans have flourished in all areas of our public and economic life while preserving their proud Italian traditions. Upon arrival in the United States, the Italian American community faced racial, social, and religious discrimination. Yet, Italian Americans have persevered with hope and hard work to reach for the American dream and helped build our great country. As proud service members, they have also defended the liberty and integrity of the United States since the Revolutionary War.

Today, the legacy of these intrepid immigrants is found in the millions of American men, women, and children of Italian descent who strengthen and enrich our country. Italian Americans operate thriving businesses, teach our children, serve at all levels of government, and succeed in myriad occupations. Drawing on the courage and principles of their forebears, they lead in every facet of American life, dedicating their knowledge and skills to the growth of our country.



We are each responsible for one another's health. As the weather gets colder, please keep the following important health precautions in mind:

  • If you are not feeling well, and experiencing any symptoms listed on the daily health questionnaire, it is best to stay home.

  • If you are home sick, please make sure your parent or guardian contacts the main office to let the school know, and follows up with any requirements from the school, including seeing a Doctor for follow up.

While in school: 

  • Desk Guards must continue to be used
  • Masks must be worn throughout the day (recognizing the need for brief, socially distanced mask breaks outside)
  • You should be social distancing at all times.  



For Chromebook issues including log in or device issues:  Please click on the following link and fill out the form:   

For Infinite Campus Portal issues: If you or your parent/guardian needs assistance with the Infinite Campus Portal, please email for assistance.




All Clubs will take place virtually so that every PMHS student can participate. Clubs will begin 30 minutes following the school day to allow for travel time home for students who had been on-site and a break-time for students who have been learning from home.


  • Asian Culture Club will meet on Thursday, October 29, at 3:00 pm. New members are welcome! We will meet via Google Meet on Google Classroom page. Class code: xm7fnxa.  

  • Book "Club" Club: Please join our NEW book club.  The purpose of this club is to create a safe and friendly space for an uncommon hobby to become a lot more common.  Please join the Google Classroom (link below) for the Book "Club" Club for a place to share and listen on Thursday, October 29th at 3:00pm.  All are welcome.  Please email Ms. Cordero or Zoey Campos if you have any questions. ( and
    Google Link  

  • Join Coffee Shop Club for a Halloween Special! Friday, October 30th at 7pm there's going to be a murder mystery that must be solved! Join and register for the event on the Google Classroom with code r7k3bho.

  • Diversity Club:  What if we were all the same?  Life would be so boring.  Please join the Google Classroom (link below) for the Diversity Club for a place to share and listen on Tuesday, November 3rd at 3:00pm.  All are welcome.  Please email Ms. Cordero if you have any questions.


All college visits will be virtual.  
If you would like to attend, please sign up through Naviance to be sent a meeting link.
Please click on the link fifteen minutes before the actual zoom meeting.    






Lynn University

Justin Lubor

Wed October 28, 2020

1:00 PM

Hofstra University

Andrea Nadler

Wed October 28, 2020

1:45 PM

State University of New York at New Paltz

Abigail Canniff

Wed October 28, 2020

2:30 PM

Alvernia University

Travis Hoshauer

Wed October 28, 2020

3:15 PM

Fairleigh Dickinson University-Metropolitan Campus

James Brennan

Thu October 29, 2020

3:10 PM

The University of Arizona

KeYana Reid

Thu October 29, 2020

3:55 PM

SUNY College at Geneseo

Rachel Pasternak

Thu October 29, 2020

4:40 PM

Rochester Institute of Technology

Devin Lamb

Fri October 30, 2020

3:10 PM

SUNY at Purchase College

Beatriz Martin-Ruiz

Fri October 30, 2020

3:55 PM

University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Carolynn Laurenza

Fri October 30, 2020

4:40 PM

U.S. Air Force

Air Force ROTC Admissions Advisors

Mon November 2, 2020

3:10 PM

Vassar College

Kimberly Lord

Mon November 2, 2020

3:55 PM

Pennsylvania State University

Donovi Lindsay

Mon November 2, 2020

4:40 PM

Oral Roberts University

Jessica McGuire

Tue November 3, 2020

3:10 PM

Wentworth Institute of Technology

Pete Nelson

Tue November 3, 2020

3:55 PM

University of Hartford

Sirette Vicenty

Tue November 3, 2020

4:40 PM