Check out the video about the Edgewood Ministerial Association's Backpack Program. This story was aired by Spectrum News 1 on October 11. The story focuses on the volunteers who support this...
Over the last two weeks, all of our schools conducted a variety of safety drills, including fire, lockdown, and active/aggressive intruder drills. Our students did a good job following our safety...
We're thrilled to announce Edgewood City School's new app! It's Everything Edgewood, in your pocket. With the new app, you can access cafeteria menus, news updates, athletics, and even emergency...
Please support our Edgewood Choir Boosters with their fundraiser. When you purchase a Choir Quencher from REVive in Trenton, $1.00 will be donated to the Choir Boosters. This fundraiser runs the entire month of October. Proceeds will be used to support our winter choral show.view image
Our EHS Varsity Football team will be trading out their navy game jerseys to wear camouflage on Friday, October 4 as a show of support to the men & women serving in our armed forces. The Ohio Army National Guard is loaning the jerseys to the Cougars, with 2019 being the inaugural year for the “National Guard Game of the Week” program. The EHS Football program has a rich history of alumni, along with community members, serving in the military. We want to show our appreciation to these brave men and women with a Military Appreciation Night. All active & retired military personnel, who present their military I.D. at the gate on Friday night, will receive free admission to the football game. We want to show our appreciation for the service & dedication these brave men and women give to our great nation. Edgewood plays Ross Local Schools. Kickoff is at 7 pm.
All of our schools will be conducting safety drills from September 25- October 4. These drills have been scheduled to ensure students and staff members are prepared in the event of an active and aggressive emergency situation. Our drills will be conducted in partnership with the Butler County Sheriff Office and the Trenton Police Department.
It is important you know these drills are planned. This precaution is being taken so that anyone who overhears any conversation, receives text messages or emails about a drill would not mistake it as a real world emergency. Once a drill starts, any communications will begin and end with "This is a drill" so all participants know the communication is related to the planned drill. In the event a real world emergency would occur during a drill, the phrase "Real World Emergency" will be issued over our communication systems.view image
Event: Breakfast with Santa- Elementary PTO
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM