What To Do In The New Rochelle Area This Week

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The Pelham school board meets Monday. The New Rochelle City Council and Pelham Village Board meet Tuesday. Photo Credit: Justin Stock

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. - A Thanksgiving breakfast, meetings, and holiday closures are some of the events in the New Rochelle and Pelham area this week.

Monday, Nov. 19

Pelham Board of Education Board Meeting: 8 p.m. The board meets to discuss where the district is technology-wise and where it’s headed in the future. The presentation is the first of four that will help the board complete its 2013 budget. Prior to this, the board meets in executive session at 7:30 p.m. in the superintendent’s conference room. Public Session: Pelham High School Alumni Hall 575 North Ave.; executive session: Pelham High School Superintendent’s Conference Room, 575 North Ave.

Tuesday, Nov. 20

New Rochelle City Council Meeting: 7 to 9 p.m. The council meets to further discuss the proposed 2013 budget and vote on several agenda items, including the 21st century grant program at Columbus Elementary School, a grant for bulletproof vests and ending the city’s traffic advisory committee. New Rochelle City Hall Conference Room, 515 North Ave.

Pelham Village Board Meeting: 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. The board will discuss a variety of items on its agenda. Village of Pelham Hall, 195 Sparks Ave. Pelham.

Pelham Thanksgiving Breakfast: 8 a.m. Kindergarten students at Pelham’s Prospect Hill School have a Thanksgiving breakfast. Hallway Prospect Hill School, 1000 Washington Ave. Pelham.

Wednesday, Nov. 21

Pelham Schools Early Dismissal: Pelham students have a half day. Middle school and high school students finish classes at 11:50 a.m. followed by elementary school students at noon. Various schools throughout Pelham.

Thursday, Nov. 22

Thanksgiving Holiday: The holiday is observed.
New Rochelle and Pelham schools, public libraries and government offices are closed.

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