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What a Response to our PBIS Survey!

Our EES Committee spent time reviewing the results from the recent PBIS survey. The response was incredible! We’ll use the results to help improve our PBIS program for our kids for the rest of the year & into next year. Thanks again for taking time to take our survey.
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Cougars Learning to Code

On February 11th, Mrs. Miller's and Mrs. Butts' third grade class had a special visitor. Kim Jones, a librarian from MidPointe. She brought her Coding activities to share with our classes. Students were able to learn the fundamentals of coding and programming by implementing hands on activities to navigate mazes. The students have taken a huge interest this year in coding! Thank you Ms. Jones for sharing these exciting activities with us!
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2019 Spelling Bee Winners

We are so proud of our Spelling Bee winners! Pictured from left to right: CC Sturm- 1st Place winner, Marissa Colegate- 2nd Place winner, and tied for 3rd Place : Aubrey Thompson & Addi Schnelle. Congratulations to each these very smart young ladies!
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Father Daughter Dance

The PTO will be sponsoring a Father Daughter Dance on Saturday, February 23rd at Edgewood Elementary School. Times are: 4:00-6:00 p.m. for Pre-K-2nd and 7:00-9:00 p.m. for 3rd-5th. If you have any questions, please contact Kathy Snider at edgewoodptopres@hotmail.com
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Community Make-A-Wish Fundraiser: Date Changed to March 7

Our Edgewood Make-A-Wish Fundraiser has been rescheduled to Thursday, March 7 at 5 pm (previously scheduled on February 22). Please join us at the EHS gym for an evening of fun. There are events planned for every age! There will be a dodge ball tournament along with a carnival. Your attendance will help our EHS clubs and organizations achieve their $8000 goal for this worthy cause. Make-A-Wish creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses, like Edgewood sophomore, Tanner Young.
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Introducing Our "Edgewood Experience"

We recently conducted a Communication survey with our parents, staff, middle school and high school students. We appreciated everyone who took the survey and received a lot of great feedback. One of the requests we heard from the survey was the need to share more information about our student's activities, accomplishments, and initiatives. In response to this request, we’ve created our “Edgewood Experience”. We’ll be sharing short videos throughout the spring season, from each of our schools, so you can see what’s going on at Edgewood. We’re excited to share our first video with you. It’s from our Seven Mile Elementary School. Our Seven Mile students and staff have been focused on making a positive change by following the “3 B’s” Here’s our first fun, short video that highlights what the “3 B’s are all about!
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What an Incredible Gift of Kindness!

Our EES students raised $2482.85 for clean water in Kenya! This effort was a result of the Kindness assembly that inspired our students to help others! So proud of these kids & their acts of kindness!
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A Christmas Miracle

On the last day of school, hours before the start of winter break, Karen Davis, an Edgewood graduate, came in to EES to donate $800 to our Holiday Assistance fund in honor of her parents Clyde & Janice Durham, who passed away this year. The timing of when this donation was presented was truly a Christmas miracle!
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Building a Mini-Mayflower

Students were challenged with creating a mini-Mayflower ship as part of a STEM project in Ms. Tari Lawson’s 4th grade classes. The goal was to designed a floating ship that would carry the most cargo (e.g. pennies) possible. They tested their designs and will spend another day improving their designs. Good luck to our EES "ship builders!"
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Honoring our First Responders

EES students and staff honored our community's 1st Responders on September 11. We are so grateful for their selfless commitment to keep all of us safe. Check out the pictures from this special event for our brave men and women.
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Getting a Chance to Spend our PBIS House Points

The kickoff of our new Character Traits was just a week or so ago but our students have quickly embraced these traits and are being recognized and rewarded for their actions. Whenever they demonstrate one of our desired Character Traits (Honesty, Kindness, Acceptance, Determination, or Bravery) they earn a PBIS House point. The can use their earned points towards the "purchase" of fun items from our PBIS House Store. Here's a photo of our PBIS House Store in action!
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Medication Permit Information for Students

A medication permit form will need to be completed for the 2018-2019 school year for any prescription and non-prescription medication that needs to be taken by a student while at school. This permit must be completed by the student's parent and physician.
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Updated Student Handbook

The 2018-2019 Student Handbook has been posted on our school website. Please download and read as it has newly updated information concerning our district's policies and procedures.
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Enhancing Blackboard Communications from Edgewood

Edgewood uses the Blackboard system as our primary communication tool for notifying our parents, students and staff about upcoming events, activities, student attendance, as well as crisis communications. These communications are issued as emails, text messages and/or phone calls, based on an individual's preference. As part of our safety and security strategy, we use the Blackboard system, in addition to our website (www.edgewoodschools.com) and our district's Facebook page (facebook.com/EdgewoodCitySchools), to issue crisis communication.
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