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Introducing Our New Character Traits to EES Students

Our EES students had a great time learning about our 5 new Character Traits during the first student assembly last Friday. These traits reinforce our positive behaviors: Honesty, Kindness, Acceptance, Determination & Bravery. They had a great time watching skits performed by our teachers and the new "characters" to better understand the positive behaviors we want to live by! Mrs. Halsey and Mr. Sigmon also reviewed our 4 Expectations (Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be Safe, & Be Together). These are use these on the bus, in the hallways and classroom as well as anywhere outside of school. Students even had a chance to put these expectations to practice on the bus on Friday. It was a great way to reinforce how these expectations really make a difference and shows respect for each other.
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Seven Mile Creates PBIS "MonStars"

During the first day back for teachers and staff at Seven Mile Elementary, the focus was completely dedicated to PBIS. The team spent the day working on creative ways to share this initiative with their students. Everyone was challenged to create a "MonStar" that could be used to help convey our new Character Traits to our students. The staff had 15 minutes to create "monstars" from anything they could find in the building. It was incredible to see how creative this staff can be along with generating a lot of excitement for the new school year!
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Service Anniversaries Celebrated

This year 52 individuals celebrated their Service Anniversary with Edgewood City Schools, including EHS's Mary Beth Whitaker who's been with the district for 30 years! Read more to see who was honored during our Welcome Back meeting, on August 14, for their years of dedication and service!
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Welcome Back Celebration for the New School Year

It was an exciting morning, as every Edgewood staff member welcomed in the new year at the district Auditorium! Starting the year off by celebrating the many accomplishments that took place last year along with recognizing 52 staff members for their years of service made today's event very special. It seemed everyone enjoyed seeing each other at the Health Fair along with picking up all the free "goodies". Getting a chance to hear a recap about all the communications we have shared with our community over the past year was also impressive. And everyone was excited to hear the news about our preliminary Report Card results! Thank you to everyone who helped make this celebration a success. It definitely set the tone for the start of a great year. Check out all the pictures from our event. Employees who were recognized for their many years of service are featured on another story on our News & Announcement page. Make certain to check it out!
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Edgewood/Butler Tech FCCLA Gold Medal Winners

Congratulations to the Butler Tech-Edgewood High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapter. Emilie Abrams, Kiersten Palmer, Samantha Roy, Rebecca Singleton, Kamryn Walker and David Winter returned from the FCCLA National Competition in Atlanta, Georgia having all earned GOLD medals, including 3 students placing in the top 5 in the nation. In between leadership training and networking activities, these Culinary Arts students visited unique food destinations and a history of southern food tour of Atlanta that included restaurants where Martin Luther King, Jr. planned several events during the civil rights movement. These students learned a great deal about leadership during the conference and through their experiences in Atlanta.
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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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