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Playground at Babeck

Fun on the playground!

Wax Museum

EES Wax Museum

Gabe and brother

Christmas Homecoming 

Music Fest

Music Fest

EES Field Day

Field Day at EES


Bye, Bye Birdie Cast


EHS Choraliers

ems food drive

Holiday Food Drive for EMA Food Pantry


Our Amazing Overtures


Babeck Early Childhood Center

music fest

Music Fest

EMS Cheer

EMS Competition Cheer Squad

Military Ceremony

Military Recognition Ceremony


Shout Out Across the Field


Senior Service Day


Competitors for the DECA Career Development Conference


Anthony Munzo Foundation Leadership Seminar

Character Traits
EMS Mural

Inspiring Minds Together Mural

Disney Parade

EHS Band in Disney Parade


EHS HOSA Blood Drive


What an amazing job EHS!


Senior Service Day

Football Stadium

 Kumler Field

EMS Students

EMS Students 3rd Quarter

FFA 5K Run

FFA Honor Flight 5K Run


Outstanding Videography Winners "What's So Cool About Manufacturing?" Video

Senior color throw

Annual Senior Class Color Throw


2nd in state for the DECA Financial Services Team 


Marching Cougars Receive 1 Superior Rating


Edgewood Elementary School


JROTC from EHS Presenting the Colors


EHS DECA Competition Winners

leadership training

Look who showed up with lunch! 


People's Choice Winner: Dancing with the Stars


EHS Competition Cheer Squad

Military Ceremony

Military Recognition Ceremony

Honoring the Amercian Flag during Homecoming football game

Honoring our flag at Homecoming

FFA Seniors

FFA Seniors 

Wax Museum

EES Wax Museum

EHS student section

America Night


Senior Service Day

rock your socks day

#WorldDownSyndromeDay at Seven Mile Elementary


Seven Mile 5th Graders' gift  to school

Mattie day

EHS "Yellow Out" for Mattie's Day


Grand Champs: Dancing with the Stars


Edgewood Marines

ems food drive

Kissing a Pig for the Team!

Ems Mural

EMS Unity Tree

make a wish leadership team

Make-A-Wish Celebration 

EHS Baseball team

Our "Boys of Summer"

EDGE Flags


EMS Honor Band

EMS Honors Band District 13


EHS Winterguard

Kindergarten Graduation

Class of 2030

Jazz Ensemble

EHS Jazz Ensemble

NHS Inductees

National Honor Society Inductees

ems choir

EMS 8th Grade Choir Earns Superior Rating


Dancing with the Edgewood Stars

SME Spelling Bee Competitors

Spelling Bee Competitors from Seven Mile Elementary

SME Alphabet Day

Alphabet Day at Seven Mile Elementary

Top 10 Scholars

Top 10 Scholars with Most Influential Teachers


Playing at the GABP

Military Ceremony

Military Recognition Ceremony

Babeck's team

Babeck receives Overall A Award


Dancing with the Edgewood Stars

FFA Pancake Breakfast

FFA Honor Flight Pancake Breakfast

spelling bee winners

EES Spelling Bee Winners


"Be the Kid" Mural


Edgewood High School

FFA Officers

FFA Officers 2019-2020

Vets Breakfast

Veterans Day Breakfast EES

8th Grade Bike Trip

5th Grade Bike Trip

Kona Ice

Taking a break on a beautiful day


Edgewood Middle School

Dr Seuss Night

Dr. Seuss Night



FFA class

FFA Class


EHS Choirs at OH Statehouse


Our EMS 8th Grade Choir


Senior Service Day


Our Amazing Overtures



Football game at Monroe

1st Football Game of the Season

Daylight Prom 2018

Daylight Prom 2018

Dodgeball Tournament

Dodgeball Tournament


ESH American Sign Language Club


Seven Mile Elementary


Dance Party on All Champions Day

Health center check

Check to PHS for Health Center

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Full-Scale Safety Drill Planned for June 18

Edgewood along with 10 other Butler County school districts will participate in a full-scale safety drill on June 18 at the Ross Local High School and Middle School campus (3371 Hamilton Cleves Road Hamilton, OH 45013). This drill will simulate an active shooter at a board meeting (taking place in the Ross Middle School building) while numerous activities are occurring throughout the campus, including sporting events, conferences and athletic practices. The safety drill will take place from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and it will involve nearly 200 students and adults. This is the first time in Butler County history that a safety exercise of this scope has been planned.
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Donations Being Collected for Tornado Victims in Dayton

Our Edgewood football players and cheerleaders want to help families in the Dayton area. Attached are items that are needed to help those who were impacted by the tornado last week. If you can help, please drop off items at the field house Monday, June 3, Tuesday, June 4, and Wednesday, June 5 from 5:00 p.m- 7:00 p.m. You can also drop off donations on Tuesday, June 4 and Wednesday morning from 7:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m. at the field house. Your donations will be taken to these families later this week. Thank You for any support you can provide!
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Seven Mile Elementary Earns Ohio PBIS Bronze Recognition

Seven Mile Elementary School has earned the Ohio PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) Bronze Recognition Award for 2019. This accomplishment was the result of implementing specific strategies that positively impacted student behavior and overall performance during the 2018-2019 school year.  The Seven Mile Elementary School team, led by Principal Lori Harrison, implemented PBIS in every classroom, from Kindergarten through 5th Grade, starting in August 2018. Their dedication, collaboration, and creative efforts resulted in providing students and staff with a program that clearly and consistently reinforced expectations and positive behaviors. “I am ecstatic that Seven Mile Elementary is being recognized by the state for all our hard work in implementing PBIS.  Our staff has embraced the program with open arms and we have seen results. They collaborated with not only each other, but our students as well, and have created a positive school environment. This new climate promotes and reinforces student success at Seven Mile Elementary,” said Mrs. Harrison.
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Operation Gratitude Service Project at EMS

Edgewood Middle School selected Operation Gratitude as one of their community service projects this year. Operation Gratitude is a non-profit organization that provides care packages to those serving in the Armed Forces, first responders, veterans, wounded heroes and their caregivers, new military graduates as well as military families. EMS students and staff donated over 650 items for the care packages, handmade 500 paracord bracelets, which are extremely useful in survival or emergency situations, and wrote over 150 Thank You cards and letters of encouragement. Students and staff assembled the care packages and shipped them out before the end of the school year. The total weight of all the packages exceeded 100 pounds! This school-wide project was part of PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) initiative launched this year. Student participated in multiple projects and activities which reinforced Edgewood’s Character Traits and expectations throughout the year. This project reinforced the district’s mission to ensure all students succeed as lifelong learners and productive citizens, through challenging and meaningful learning opportunities.
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Seven Mile Kindergarten Graduation- Edgewood Experience Video

Please take a minute to watch the Class of 2031 graduate from the Seven Mile Elementary School. It was an absolutely wonderful time for family, staff & our little Kindergarten Cougars. Lots of smiles, laughter & of course tears (from the adults- not our kids 😀). Definitely a special day for all!
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Fine Arts Festival Video: Edgewood Experience

Our EMS Fine Arts departments hosted their 14th annual Fine Arts Festival in May. This festival showcased our students hard work and amazing talents. The students created an Edgewood Experience video that highlighted the artists, their creations, as well as the choral and band performances. Enjoy!
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Senior Awards

Edgewood High School seniors were recognized for their outstanding scholastic, athletic, musical, and community service at annual Edgewood Senior Awards Night on May 21. The awards given included 37 State of Ohio Honor diplomas, 53 Edgewood Honor Graduate diplomas along with 38 local community and school-sponsored awards and scholarships. The following students were recognized for receiving these awards and scholarships:
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Kindergarten Camp

Kindergarten Camp was so much fun! We had 81 little Cougars spend the day together at Babeck Early Childhood Center thanks to Ready Schools and Success By 6, which is a part of the United Way of Greater Cincinnati and Butler County. This was the largest group of kids we have ever served at this event. We are looking forward to having these Kindergartners with us in August!
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FCCLA Competition Results

The Edgewood/Butler Tech High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) students from the culinary arts classes qualified and competed in the State FCCLA competition. All eight students will be advancing to the National FCCLA competition in Anaheim, California from June 28- July 5. Samantha Roy and Heidi Edens took 1st place in the Food Innovations & Occupational competition, Kaylee Pearson earned 2nd place in the Interpersonal Communications (Junior competition), Rylie Abrams, Lexi Livingston and Madison Dirksen received 2nd place in the Food Innovations (Junior competition), Lacey Bales took 2nd place in Sports Nutrition (Junior competition), and Hope Burton won 1st place in Focus on Children.
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EMS Boys Track Team Wins SWOC!

Congratulations to our Edgewood Middle School boys track team! They won the SWOC this year! Also, a big shout out to our EMS athletes who participated & placed at the OHSAA Junior High State track meet. They include Brick Barker in pole vault & Braden Sullivan in 110M Hurdles (pictured). Cassidy Claxton also participated in the 100M Hurdles. Great job to all these student-athletes!
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Free Summer Lunch Program

The MidPointe Library in Trenton is sponsoring a Free Summer Lunch program this summer for kids (ages 0-18) in our Edgewood community. The Free Summer Lunch Program will kick off on Monday, June 3 and run through Friday, August 9. Lunch & a mid-afternoon snack will be served every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday (excluding Thursday, July 4) from the Edgewood Outreach Center, near Babeck Early Childhood Center. A flyer is attached with a more details about the program & the location of the Edgewood Outreach Center. We are truly fortunate to have such great partners in our community who love and support our kids!
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Edgewood City Schools Hires New Principal for Edgewood Middle School

Russ Fussnecker, Superintendent of Edgewood City Schools, introduced Jim Dallio as the new Edgewood Middle School principal this afternoon, May 23. Dallio is the current assistant principal at Wyoming Middle School in Wyoming, Ohio. The Edgewood Board of Education (BOE) approved Dallio’s hire on May 20 at the BOE meeting. He will start his new position on August 1, 2019. “I am excited to welcome Jim Dallio to the Edgewood family. He comes to Edgewood with a multitude of diverse experiences that will be instrumental as we continue to help our students achieve at their highest potential,” said Russ Fussnecker. As the new principal of Edgewood Middle School, Mr. Dallio stated, “I look forward to working with the students and their families, collaborating with the staff at the middle school as well as working with the Edgewood administration team.”
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EMS Student Wins National Writing Contest

Laura Yeckel, a 6th grade student at EMS entered the Storyworks' Hello Contest that challenged students to write a letter explaining how to greet people around the world. After submitting her letter, Laura was chosen as one of the five winners from all of the StoryWorks' readers across the United States. She was awarded her own personal journal to continue writing! Congratulations Laura on being selected as one of the winners! We are so proud of you!
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8th Grade Washington DC Trip

Many of our EMS 8th Graders went on our annual Washington DC trip. They spent 3 days visiting memorials, museums, and historic places that have given them memories for a lifetime. Here are a few photos of students presenting a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier and visiting with survivors of the Holocaust.
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All Champions Day: Edgewood Experience Video

Check out our latest Edgewood Experience video. It features our All Champions Day that took place on May 15. Hosted by the Edgewood Business/DECA officers and students, this year's event included 215 Champions, Buddies, staff members, and volunteers. Every Champion was paired with a Buddy from EHS. It was a day dedicated to serving others, having fun & creating memories. Thank You to everyone who worked to make this event such a success!
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A Special Gift from the Class of 2026

The Seven Mile 5th Grade class raised money to leave a gift for Seven Mile Elementary. They raised money to pay for paint so they could create a map of the United States on the playground at school. This gift is intended for future Seven Mile Elementary students to enjoy. What a tremendously thoughtful and appropriate gift to give to future Cougars!
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Edgewood Receives School of the Year Award from Make-A-Wish

At the end of each school year, the Make-A-Wish foundation of Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana recognizes a single outstanding youth leader, educator, and school or district across all three states for amazing contributions towards wish granting. With these awards, the foundation strives to highlight those who have gone above and beyond the call of duty and embodies the true spirit of a wish – one who inspires hope, strength, and joy in their school, their community, and their world. This year, Make-A-Wish has proudly recognized Edgewood City Schools as the “School of the Year” for 2018-2019.
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1st Annual Athletic Summit Announced!

Cougar Athletics: Save the Date! Incoming freshmen, sophomores, juniors & seniors planning to participate in a sport in the 2019-2020 school year are invited to attend our EHS Athletic Summit on July 31, 9am-2pm (includes boys and girls fall, spring & winter athletes).
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Girls on the Run from Seven Mile Elementary

15 Seven Mile Elementary students along with 6 coaches participated in the 5K Run/Walk on May 11 in Cincinnati. These students planned and worked together to host a bake sale prior to the event to raise money for St. Jude Children's Hospital. Their efforts resulted in raising $300. Both the race and the fundraising effort was a great experience for our students. Girls on the Run inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.
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Parents, Pickup Your Students Medication by May 31

We are fast approaching the last day of school and would like to remind you to please pick up any medication that your child has been taking at school. It is our district’s policy that students may not transport medicine to and from school. An adult must be responsible for the medication due to safety reasons. If you have already counted out the medications and know that there will be none left, you will not need to come to the clinic. Any medications left at school after May 31, 2019 will be destroyed and discarded. We thank you for your cooperation and support in this very important matter.
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