Pelham Examiner

Pelham Examiner

Pelham Examiner

Leah Sherbansky, Staff Reporter

Leah Sherbanksy is a senior at Pelham Memorial High School. She is a member of the PMHS Science Research program and the founder of the PMHS Medical Career club. She enjoys playing field hockey in the fall, and running track in the winter and spring. Leah also participates in the PMHS Sock 'n' Buskin theater program, the AcaPelicans group, and is on the Forensics Speech team. In her free time, Leah loves volunteering at a local nursing home.

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Leah Sherbansky’s graduation speech: Let these tiny and seemingly insignificant moments spark your accomplishment cascade

Leah Sherbansky’s graduation speech: ‘Let these tiny and seemingly insignificant moments spark your accomplishment cascade’

By Leah Sherbansky
June 27, 2023

Now that we’re here, I’d like us all to take a moment to think about our outfits. The cap and gowns we’re wearing, the suits and the dresses—all so very coordinated and thought out—for the most...

Former PMHS assistant principal named as interim; search continues for permanent replacement

Former PMHS assistant principal named as interim; search continues for permanent replacement

By Leah Sherbansky, Staff Reporter
September 6, 2022

Richard Leprine was appointed as the interim assistant principal of Pelham Memorial High School, following the resignation of Bethany Antonelli in July. Leprine previously served as assistant principal...

Foto Feature: Thousands gather for annual NYC Pride Parade

Foto Feature: Thousands gather for annual NYC Pride Parade

By Leah Sherbansky, Staff Reporter
July 6, 2022

  Tens of thousands marched on Fifth Avenue and flocked to the sidewalks and scaffoldings along the street to celebrate New York City’s annual Pride Parade on Sunday. The parade featured...

EcoPel, Pelham Eliminates Plastic host Earth Day event to share ways to be more eco-friendly

EcoPel, Pelham Eliminates Plastic host Earth Day event to share ways to be more eco-friendly

By Leah Sherbansky, Staff Reporter
May 2, 2022

On April 23, EcoPel and Pelham Eliminates Plastic (PEP) hosted an Earth Day Festival. The event featured various immersive activities about solar energy, pollination and more to promote Earth Day.  Westchester...

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