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FFA Leads Effort to Fight Hunger

The Edgewood/Butler Tech FFA chapter recently held its biggest community service event of the year, Meals for Life. Sixty EHS and EMS students gathered in the high school gym on Tuesday, November 22 to package more than 30,000 meals, in an effort to battle food insecurity in and around Butler County. The students raised over $8,000 dollars in order to provide funding for the meals, which consisted of fortified macaroni and cheese. After packaging the meals, students delivered them to six different food pantries and homeless shelters in Trenton, Hamilton, Middletown.
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FFA Chapter Completes Successful Year with School Farm Test Plot

Throughout the past year, FFA members have been involved in planning and carrying out a test plot on the school farm site behind the high school. Last winter, students in the sophomore and junior classes met with representatives from Harvest Land Co-op and Pioneer Seed to learn about the options for the soybean varieties that could be planted in the test plot. Teams of students worked with the seed dealers to analyze the data about various soybean varieties, and selected 17 varieties for the test plot this year.
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EHS Winter Choral Concert

The Edgewood High School choirs performed at their annual Winter Choral Concert on December, 15. The combined concert choirs and Choraliers all performed various holiday and choral selections. The combined choir is the largest concert choir the school has seen in many years. The Choraliers performed one of the last of several holiday shows presented throughout the district and community. An alumni version of "Fruitcake!" and a beautiful combined number of "Carols Around" concluded what was a festive concert.
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Winter Band Review

In December the instrumental Music Department hosted several successful band concerts. The Concert band on December 7th and the Jazz Ensemble on December 13th. Selections ranged from James Swearingen compositions to music from "How the Grinch Stole Christmas." The jazz ensembles played various music in several styles including, swing, rock, latin and funk.
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ASL Class Signs a Holiday Classic

The saying goes "The Best Way to Spread Christmas Cheer, is Singing Loud for All to Hear!". In this case it should say :"Signing Joyfully for All to See". On Friday, December 16th and Monday, December 19th, the halls of EHS were filled with the sights and sounds of Christmas, as the American Sign Language classes signed Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer throughout the building. The ASL students have been working on learning the signs for this holiday classic as part of their final exam. Sign Language is a visual language and students have been working on building their self confidence while signing in front of others. Our goal is to expose the Edgewood community and the public to Deaf Culture and to spread some Holiday CHEER! Happy Holidays!
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