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Veterans Day Breakfast

What a great celebration & turn out for this year's Veterans Breakfast at EES! Nearly 200 in attendance. It was our privilege & honor to serve all of these brave men & women.
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Dismissal from EES Delayed Today (Nov. 9)

Students from Edgewood Elementary School were delayed from being dismissed from school this afternoon due to two separate, unrelated situations that required students to be transported for medical attention. We needed to allow for the emergency responders to have a clear, unobstructed entrance into and out of the school. For this reason, we needed to hold the dismissal of our students from school. This delay caused bus service to be delayed. As of 3:00 pm, dismissal started and buses were loaded. All students are safe. We appreciate everyone's patience and understanding this afternoon.
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2nd Grade Parent Night Was a Huge Success!

EES sends a big Thank You to all the parents who came out for Monday night's 2nd Grade Parents Night! We were overwhelmed with your show of support for your student. We hope you enjoyed the yummy spaghetti dinner and had the chance to pick up many of the resources available for your student. It was a great opportunity for all to hear about the 3rd Grade Reading Guarantee/AIR Test from Mrs. Halsey so to better understand how this test will provide help & support to make sure students are on track for reading success in the future!
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FCC's Community Ambassador Visits EES During Red Ribbon Week

Omar Cummings was the special guest at our student assembly on October 26. He is a former major league soccer player and FCC's community ambassador. His message reinforced our character traits and expectations. He shared his story of being born in Jamaica along with his journey to America. He spoke about the importance of our character traits and our expectations. His message focused on how these elements are so important to live by, not only in school, but also throughout your entire life. After the assembly, Mr. Cummings signed autographs for students who had demonstrated our character traits during Red Ribbon Week. These students were selected by the teachers for serving as role models for all other students throughout the week. It was a great way to wrap up our Red Ribbon Week!
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Winners of the Red Ribbon Week Poster Contest

EES Red Ribbon Week theme is "Life is a journey. Travel drug-free". Students competed in a poster-making contest to express what this message means to them. The winners of the contest are Jeffery Johnson (2nd Grade), Lucas Wood (3rd Grade), Courtney Bush (4th Grade), & Andrew Fritz (5th Grade). Thanks to Whit's Frozen Custard of Trenton for providing gift cards for each of our winners!
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