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Please Welcome our New School Resource Officer!

We are excited to introduce our new SRO from the Butler County Sheriff's Office! Please welcome Deputy Sheriff Dave Miller. Please introduce yourself when you see him in the hall and please thank him for his dedication to serving and protecting us and our school!
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Save the Date! Edgewood Choir's Spring Musical "Cinderella" (April 20, 21 and 22)

Don't miss this year's performance of Cinderella! Three shows are scheduled at Edgewood Auditorium: Thursday, April 20 and Friday, April 21 at 7 pm and Sunday, April 22 at 2 pm. Tickets are $12.00 for Adults, $7.00 for Students/Seniors. Also, a special event "Cupcakes with Cinderella" is scheduled on Saturday, April 21 at 5 pm. Read more for details about this special event along with how to purchase tickets....
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Stay Safe. Speak Up! Hotline- Goes Live Sunday, April 8

Students who believe they have been harassed, bullied, victimized by fellow students, or have other concerns which may jeopardize the safety of students, staff or our school facilities are asked to Speak Up! and promptly report the issue. Starting Sunday, April 8, our district's "Stay Safe. Speak Up!" hotline will go live. Students, parents/guardians as well as staff members may use it. Issues can be submitted by phone or online. More details are provided in the attached letter to all students, parents/guardians and staff.
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Learning about Force & Motion

2nd Graders in Ms. Persinger’s class took on a Roller Coaster Challenge during a recent unit in Science class to learn about Force and Motion! They were so excited to apply their knowledge on what they had just learned.
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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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Celebrating Dr. Seuss' Birthday at EES

Friday, March 2 was Dr. Seuss Day at EES. He would have been 114 years old today!
Parents and students shared breakfast together. Our Media Center was filled with Dr. Seuss books and every class spent the day reading all the wonderful stories Dr. Seuss wrote throughout his long career.
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Mission Nutrition

EES teachers Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Reist welcomed EHS students Kamryn Walker and Rebecca Singleton into their classroom for “Mission Nutrition.” As members of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Kamryn and Rebecca planned and taught a lesson to 56 students about the importance of making healthy food choices. The EES students learned how to “decode” nutrition facts labels and the importance of understanding appropriate serving sizes of food. With games, applied math activities and hands on cooking lessons the EES students successfully completed their “Mission Nutrition!”
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Pennies for Patients Fundraiser at EES & EMS

Over the last month, EES & EMS have been working to raise donations for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. By collecting change, EES raised $962.54 and the EMS team was able to raise $1,785.00 for a total of $2,747.54! Your generosity will make a big impact to help fund research for therapies that save the lives of blood cancer patients.
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