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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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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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