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EHS Students Threaten School

Today, February 21, two EHS students made statements about “shooting up the school”. Our administrators were notified and immediately removed the students from class, and investigated. Butler County Sheriff Department (BCSD) was contacted. Both students were removed from school property and no weapons were found. All students and staff are safe. In addition to this action, we have initiated discipline to the fullest extent. Simply put, we will show zero tolerance for any threatening behavior.

We take all threats seriously and will continue to work together with the BCSD to ensure the safety of our students and staff. We encourage everyone that if you see something or hear something, say something. We need every parent to stress to their children the seriousness of making statements or comments that can be perceived as threatening. We take every threat serious and thoroughly investigate them.
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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 , the EMS team was able to raise $1,785.00 and EES raised $962.54 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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Update on Today's Lockdown at Edgewood High School, Friday, February 9

A message was discovered in an Edgewood High School bathroom threatening to burn down the school at 12:45 pm today. Butler County Sheriff Department (BCSD) was notified immediately to investigate. A lockdown took place in EHS while BCSD searched the building. It has been determined the threat is not credible. The lockdown has been lifted. All our students and staff are safe. There were no other Edgewood schools involved in this lockdown.
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Congratulations to Callie Hunt- Edgewood's SWOC Athlete of the Week

Callie Hunt, a freshman on our Lady Cougars Basketball team was named SWOC Athlete of the Week! In recent basketball games against Talawanda and Little Miami, Callie recorded two double-doubles. Against Talawanda, she scored 19 points and had 12 rebounds; against Little Miami, she recorded 13 points and 10 boards. Great job Callie! We are so proud of you and all you do for our team!
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Update on Brief Lockdown at Edgewood Middle School on Tuesday, February 6

A text message was sent to an EMS teacher about suspicious activity taking place in Trenton. The teacher quickly notified the EMS administrators. Precautionary action was taken to place EMS on lockdown at 1:53pm until more details about the situation could be determined. Trenton Police Department was immediately contacted. They verified the situation had been investigated and did not warrant any threat to the school. The lockdown was lifted within 4 minutes of taking effect. All our students and staff were safe and secure while the situation was investigated.
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MidPointe Bookmobile Visits Seven Mile Elementary

The MidPointe Libarary Bookmobile came to Seven Mile Elementary for the very first time on February 6th. It was a great success with our students and staff! There was such interest in visting the Bookmobile that they extended their stay so everyone had a chance to get on board and find a book! Thanks to our great new friends from MidPoint Library for making Seven Mile Elementary a new stop on your schedule!
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