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Deadline: Letters to the editor on Pelham school district election must be received by noon on Friday

The deadline for letters to the editor endorsing candidates for the Pelham Board of Education or about the school district budget or ballot proposition on Glover Field was noon on Friday, due to production and editing requirements. The Pelham Examiner will endeavor to publish all letters received before the deadline by Election Day on Tuesday.

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    marilyn hoytMay 16, 2024 at 9:12 am

    A Good Time To Retain Our Current School Board Members:
    Recent years have seen such impressive policy setting from our current school board. The results are showing in many areas:
    Programs proven effective have been extended across grade levels.
    We are seeing consistent recognition via student awards and advancing teams across science, sports and more.
    Right now, analysis and discussion across all grades and programs is near completion in the form of a new five-year strategic plan.
    This is a time to maintain the membership of our current School Board. Our two existing board members standing for election are the top two officers of the board. We are fortunate to have them willing to continue their service to drive consistency and momentum through this period.
    We need to re-elect Dr. Michael Owen-Michane and Vice President Ian Rowe.
    Marilyn Hoyt & Dr. Dan Wharton