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FFA Honor Flight Pancake Breakfast

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Mission Nutrition by FCCLA

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Our great Food Service team!

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Marching Cougars Receive 1 Superior Rating!

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Grand Champs: Dancing with the Edgewood Stars

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 Honor Flight 5K Run

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DECA Compeition 

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Our Amazing Choraliers

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National Honor Society Inductees

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OKI Field Trip

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DECA's All Champions Day

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Competition Cheer Squad

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A BIG Thank You!

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Shout Out Across the Field at Harrison Football Game

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Members of OMEA Honor Band

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DECA District Competitors

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Dancing with the Edgewood Stars

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Choirs at Ohio Statehouse

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Pep Rally for 1st Football Game of the Season

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Our "Greatest Showman" Team

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Mary Beth & our Food Service Team

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Choirs at OH Statehouse

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It's Fruitcake Time!

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JROTC Honor our Veterans

Edgewood Marines

Proud of our EHS Marines

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Den-E our Cougar Mascot

Munzo Clinic

Anthony Munzo Leadership Clinic

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Trip to Kettering Health Center

AP Biology

AP Biology Chicago Trip

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People's Choice: Dancing with the Edgewood Stars

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Members of OMEA Honor Band

Graduation

Tassel Ceremony

retirement celebrataion

Retirement Celebration for Mary Beth Whitaker

Mattie's Day

Time: 6:30 PM – 9 PM
Location: Madison Junior Senior High School, 1324 Middletown Eaton Road
Mar 12
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EHS HOSA Blood Drive was a Success!

The blood drive held on February 22 was a successful event. The HOSA Club wishes to send a sincere Thank You to everyone who donated & volunteered. There was great participation from students and staff (from the high school and our district)! Special recognition goes out to Paige Bowling, Emma Allen, Mrs. Erb & Miss Kemp for all their time in organizing this a great event for the Community Blood Center.
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Community Make-A-Wish Fundraiser: Date Changed to March 7

Our Edgewood Make-A-Wish Fundraiser has been rescheduled to Thursday, March 7 at 5 pm (previously scheduled on February 22). Please join us at the EHS gym for an evening of fun. There are events planned for every age! There will be a dodge ball tournament along with a carnival. Your attendance will help our EHS clubs and organizations achieve their $8000 goal for this worthy cause. Make-A-Wish creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses, like Edgewood sophomore, Tanner Young.
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Join Us in Supporting Mattie's Day- March 12

Cougars & Mohawks are uniting together to support Mattie, a Madison Mohawk student, in her fight against Ewing Sarcoma. Join us on March 12 at Madison High School for a night of fun, hope & support. Doors open at 6pm, events start at 6:30 pm. Tickets: $3.00 for students; $5.00 for adults.
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Results of our Overtures 1st Competition

Congratulations to our Overtures who competed in their very 1st competition on Feb. 15 at Hamilton High School. They competed against schools from Ohio & Indiana. Their hard work was rewarded with a 2nd runner up award. So proud of our incredibly talented students!
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OMEA Solo & Ensemble Winners

EHS musicians participated in the OMEA (Ohio Music Education Association) Solo and Ensemble competition on Feb. 9-10 at Lakota West High School. 2 EHS students earned a rating of 2 (Excellent) and the others earned a rating of 1 (superior). The EHS Percussion Ensemble also performed at this event and earned a 1 (Superior) for the 2nd year in a row. Congratulations to all these talented student-musicians!
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DECA Recognized by EHS Staff

At this week's Staff meeting, our DECA Club was recognized for their outstanding dedication, commitment, and work ethic in our high school. These students were praised for the critical role they play in our school's community. We appreciate all the projects this club supports for our school. Caitlin and Gracie, officers in the DECA Club, accepted this Certificate of Appreciation on behalf of DECA.
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Cougar Character Trait Award Winners for February

Corey Hunt (9th Grade), Caleb Truett (10th Grade), Holly Hood (11th Grade) & Justin Faris (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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Cougar of the Month for January

Congratulations to these EHS students who were selected as February's 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 Adian Mitchell (9th Grade), Memphis Bachelor (10th Grade), Jared Leonhart (11th Grade) & Isaiah Gambrell (12th Grade). We're so proud of you!
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February Student of the Month

Our EHS Student of the Month winners are: Audrey Taylor (9th Grade), Chase Pauley(10th Grade), & Sarah Schiavone (12th Grade). This award is given to the student 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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No Lockdown at EHS This Morning (February 12)

An emergency medical situation took place this morning at Edgewood High School involving a student. The St. Clair Township Emergency Medical Service (EMS) was called. To assist the EMS team with their rapid response, classes were held for 10 minutes to allow for the transport to take place. The school was never on lockdown. The student was transported for medical attention. We sincerely appreciate the quick response of our staff and the St. Clair Township EMS.
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