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Cougar of the Month- November

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Marching Cougars Receive 1 Superior Rating!

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FFA Students at the Fair

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Our "Greatest Showman" Team

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DECA's All Champions Day

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Trip to Kettering Health Center

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Grand Champs: Dancing with the Edgewood Stars

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People's Choice: Dancing with the Edgewood Stars

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Anthony Munzo Leadership Clinic

Student of the Month- Nov.

Student of the Month- November

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Shout Out Across the Field at Harrison Football Game

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Food Drive for the EMA Food Pantry Exceeded Expectations!

Our Seven Mile and EES students and staff collected nearly 3000 canned good items for the Edgewood Ministerial Food Pantry. The Virtual Academy at EHS, under the direction of John Cecere, Jamie Harrison, and Brad Specht picked up all of the donations from the two buildings and delivered them to the Food Pantry housed at Mt. Olivet Presbyterian Church in Trenton. Ms. Pam Hurley, Director of the EMA Food Pantry, was so grateful for the incredible gifts of food from our students and staff members. The food will provide many families in our community with meals for the upcoming holidays and Ms. Hurley anticipates this incredible large donation will help keep the food pantry in supply into the spring. Thank you Cougars for your generosity!
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Christian Peerzada Named Commended Student for National Merit Scholarship Program

Christian Peerzada has been named a Commended Student in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, has been presented by Principal Doug Geygan to this scholastically talented senior. About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise. Although they will not continue in the 2019 competition for National Merit Scholarship awards, Commended Students placed among the top 50,000 scorers of more than 1.6 million students who entered the 2019 competition by taking the 2017 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®). “The young men and women being named Commended Students have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success,” commented a spokesperson for NMSC. “These students represent a valuable national resource; recognizing their accomplishments, as well as the key role their schools play in their academic development, is vital to the advancement of educational excellence in our nation. We hope that this recognition will help broaden their educational opportunities and encourage them as they continue their pursuit of academic success.”
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Student of the Month Winners for November

Our EHS Student of the Month winners are: Pete Glancy (9th Grade), Alexis Kuykendoll (10th Grade), Clayton Stahlheber (11th Grade) & Emma Allen (12th Grade). This award is given to the student, in each grade, who is academically successful, helps others, involved in activities or sports in/ outside of school, has an excellent work ethic, and demonstrates many of our Cougar Character Traits: Kind, Accepting, Honest, Determined, and Brave. Congratulations to each of these students!
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Cougar of the Month for November

Congratulations to these EHS students who were selected as the November Cougar of the Month. This award is given to one student, within each grade, who shows: academic growth and improved in & out of the classroom. Great job Audrey Taylor (9th Grade), Sam Everson (10th Grade), Carly Crouch (11th Grade) & Isaiah Wolf (12th Grade). We're so proud of you!
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November Cougar Character Traits of the Month

EHS students Kaylee Pearson (9th Grade), Jacob Schenck (10th Grade), Chandler Howard (11th Grade) & C.J.Hartley (12th Grade) were nominated for the Cougar Character Trait Award of the Month. These students were selected by EHS staff for going above & beyond our expected Character Traits behaviors, both in class and outside the classroom. Congrats to these Cougars!
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FFA Honor Flight 5K Run & Pancake Breakfast Fundraisers

It was a chilly Saturday morning on November 10 as our FFA Chapter participated in the Honor Flight 5K Run & Walk at Fraze Pavilion. This is one of many fundraising events scheduled to support Honor Flight Dayton this year. Members volunteered to support the charity event by either handing out water and snacks to the runners while other participated in the 5K event. On Sunday, November 11, the FFA hosted a community-wide pancake breakfast to thank veterans and active military for their service. The event also raised money for Honor Flight Dayton. Many thanks to all the sponsors of this event, especially to our awesome EHS Cafeteria staff who prepared and served breakfast to everyone. It was a great way to start the day and to raise money for area veterans to travel to Washington D.C. to see the war memorials.
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Honoring our Veterans

Our JROTC cadets presented the colors for the Butler County Veterans Service Commission's Veterans Day observance, on Monday, November 12 in Hamilton. It was a privilege to honor these brave men and women who served our country in times of war and peace.
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Giving the Gift of Life

Students and staff, you exceeded our expectations- over 130 donors volunteered to give blood at our annual fall blood drive. The event was hosted by Edgewood DECA & the donations go to the The Community Blood Center. Cougars, your actions are a testimony to serving others and our community. Thanks to everyone who participated in this event. Kudos to Caitlin Claxton & Morgan Kinney, DECA officers, for their leadership in organizing this event. Great job ladies!
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Drill Performed with K-9 and Local Law Enforcement

This morning, November 7, K-9 Vex, from the Trenton Police Department accompanied the Butler County Sheriff’s Office & other agencies on a scheduled lockdown drill at EHS. The purpose of this scheduled drill was to perform a drug sweep of the school. We appreciate our relationship with the City of Trenton Police Department, the Butler County Sheriff's Office, and all the 1st Responders who help to protect our students & staff! Thank you for all you do for us & our community.
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