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Unity Day at EHS

There's so many great opportunities to be involved in clubs and organizations at EHS, but not all students know what's available. To help highlight what's offered, student leaders from over 19 clubs and extra-curricular groups sponsored a Unity Day on April 23.
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Daylight Prom

Our EHS students from Room #333 had an amazing time at this year's Daylight Prom. This was the 3rd annual prom, hosted by Little Miami Schools, in West Chester. Daylight Prom is a sensory-friendly event for peers who have special needs. 11 other schools attended, with nearly 500 people in attendance.
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Please Welcome our New School Resource Officers!

We are excited to introduce our three new SROs from the Butler County Sheriff's Office! Please welcome Deputy Sheriff Dave Miller at EES, Deputy Sheriff Toby Spencer at Seven Mile Elementary and Deputy Sheriff David Runnells at Babeck Early Childhood Center. Thank you for your service and protecting our students and staff.
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Flash, a K-9 Hero Visit Edgewood Schools

Seven Mile Elementary and Babeck Early Childhood Center received a visit this morning from Flash, one of our nation's retired Police K-9s, and his handler, Jason Johnson. They spent time with our students and staff answering questions about the work Flash had performed when she was an active Police dog with Jason. Jason founded Project K-9 Hero. This non-profit organization provides assistance with medical costs, food and end of duty services for retired police and military working dog heroes. Jason has written a book that shares the adventures of Flash when she was an active Police K-9. He provided each school with an autographed copy of his book, "K-9 Flash Becomes a Hero!" Everyone who attended was so attentive during Jason's presentation and were so excited to meet Flash! It was a true honor to get to meet two of our country's heroes today! If you'd like, you can vote online at the link below for Flash. She is nominated as the 2018 American Humane Law Enforcement Dog of the Year. Voting ends on April 25.
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Pennies for Patients Fundraiser Results

Babeck Early Childhood Center and Seven Mile Elementary schools have completed their fundraising efforts for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Our Babeck students and staff raised $781.49 and the Seven Mile team raised $937.00, for a combined total of $1,718.49. Earlier this spring Edgewood Elementary School and Edgewood Middle School collected $2,747.54 in change for their fundraiser events. The effort of all four schools raised a total of $4,466.03 for Pennies for Patients! These donations will make a big impact to help fund research for therapies that save the lives of blood cancer patients.
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Kindness Club at Seven Mile

Our Seven Mile 2nd and 3rd Graders are so excited to be a part of our new Kindness Club! The students are having so much fun making a difference!!! Mrs. Megan Rosenthal, one of our school counselors, started this club for our students. She said, "Each week our goal is to complete "kindness challenges". Our first two weeks consisted of writing Thank You notes to friends, family, and staff members as well as reading to Kindergarten classrooms. We are so appreciative of the kindness shown by one of our 3rd grader's mom and grandmother. They donated Kindness shirts to our students. It great to see how contagious kindness has become!"
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Important Notice to EHS Students and Parents: Friday, April 20 Added to End of Course Testing Schedule for EHS

Attention EHS Parents and Students: Our first End of Course (EOC) test was scheduled for today, April 18 for our 9th and 10th grade students. Students were in class and ready to begin their test, but when they attempted to log into the State of Ohio testing website, the site could not be accessed. Many districts in Ohio were impacted by this outage.

As of now, our plan is to conduct the EOC English test (Part A) on Thursday, April 19, and to add Friday, April 20 to our schedule to conduct the EOC English test (Part B). Our 9th and 10th grade students will need to arrive on time and report to their testing location by 7:55 am on Thursday and Friday this week.

Students NOT taking an EOC English test will be on a “2 Hour Delay Start” on Thursday, April 19 and Friday, April 20. Classes will begin at 10:00 am both days. Any student not testing but, needing to arrive at school at the normal start time, may report to the cafeteria to study. This area will be supervised. Buses will run at regular times.

The schedule for all other EOC tests are scheduled as planned.
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Annual FFA Banquet

Our Edgewood/Butler Tech FFA hosted their annual banquet on Saturday, April 14. Over 400 individuals were in attendance to show their support to the 91 FFA students and Mrs. Kellie Beiser, our FFA Advisor. Those students who presented during the event did a remarkable job! Congratulations to Emily Ashcraft, Brooklyn Ashcraft, Jarret Crowthers, Faith Barker, and Alexa Rednour who received FFA Alumni scholarships. Also, a special recognition to the students who received Star Awards. Likewise, everyone who was recognized for other notable accomplishments and honors, deserve special kudos for their efforts. We are so proud of each of you and appreciate all you do to support our school, our community and the FFA.
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