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Members of PMHS Class of 1953 talk to students about differences, then and now

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Editor’s note: This press release was provided by the Pelham School District.

Last week members of the PMHS Class of 1953 visited with a panel of current high school students, Principal Jeannine Clark, and teacher Megan Rice to discuss the differences of being a student then and now. Among the topics discussed were homework, the dress code, the style of teaching, homecoming, and prom. One member of the class of ‘53 even brought a copy of the Pel Mel student newspaper from their graduating year to show how the paper has changed. Following the discussion, the PMHS chamber chorus performed for the alums, singing well-known songs such as “The Room Where it Happens,” from the hit Broadway musical “Hamilton” and “Stand By Me” by Ben E. King.

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Members of PMHS Class of 1953 talk to students about differences, then and now