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Threatening Situation at EHS Resolved Quickly

Butler County Sheriff Deputies and our SROs quickly responded to a call received this morning, April 18 (through the Butler County Sheriff Dispatch) about a parent who was in route to Edgewood High School. The caller stated the parent was bringing a knife and was reported to be unstable. Our SROs along with other BCS Deputies responded quickly and located the parent. No weapons were found and the individual was removed from school property. Everyone is safe at the high school. Students were already in class at 8:00 am and the building had been secured for the day. Currently, many of our students are taking the End of Course exam until 11:00 am. We will follow up with a text and phone call to everyone through our Blackboard notification system after 11:00 am this morning to ensure this message has been received by all our students, staff, and parents. We are grateful for the quick response by our SROs and the Butler County Sheriff Office and the consistent support and protection they provide to our students and staff.
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Goodbye, Edgewood High

EHS senior Honors English students were challenged by Mrs. Gabbard to write & recite a speech to their classmates, teachers, & Edgewood High School. It was a farewell of sorts to high school. Students were challenged to reflect on their time & experience at EHS. This week, they delivered their incredibly emotional, thought-provoking, and memorable speeches as they said, "Goodbye, Edgewood High". Outstanding job by everyone!
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Special Recognition to Kenia Garia-Montogya

Kenia was recognized this morning by the EHS staff & students for her outstanding dedication, commitment and work ethic. Congratulations Kenia for consistently role modeling our Character Traits! You're a critical piece to our school's success!
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Bye, Bye Birdie

Our high school and middle school choirs and musicians delivered an incredible performance of Bye, Bye Birdie on April 12 - 13. Check out the photos from this fun musical. Congratulations to all the cast, crew, musicians, Mrs. Carmen Field, and Mr. Nick Fields (directors) on producing such a memorable performance!
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EHS Make-A-Wish Donation the Largest Ever Raised by a School District!

Edgewood High School students presented a $12,844.17 check to the Make-A-Wish Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana Foundation on Friday, April 12! This amount was raised through fundraising efforts sponsored by more than 10 EHS student organizations & clubs. Mrs. Panno, Mrs. Beiser & Mrs. Anderson served as advisors for this amazing effort. Rebecca Bishop, from Make-A-Wish, accepted the check. Everyone was astonished when she told the students this was the largest amount EVER RAISED by an Ohio school district for Make-A-Wish! Tanner Young, an EHS sophomore, was able to join us in the presentation. Tanner was granted a wish earlier this year. Congratulations on all your hard work and effort!
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What a Surprise!

Caitlin Claxton was presented with a scholarship from the Delta Kappa Gamma Chi Chapter on April 12. She was totally surprised & so appreciative that she was selected for this scholarship! Congratulations Caitlin!
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The Logan Project: Gift Card Drive

Lainey Phillips, has created a community service project, in honor of her baby brother, Logan, who passed away when he was 3 1/2 months old. He was diagnosed with a very rare cancer-like disorder called Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH). He spent many days at Dayton Children's Hospital, but passed away before a bone marrow transplant could take place. This experience had a profound impact on Lainey and has inspired her to help other families who find themselves faced with similar life-changing events. Her project is called The Logan Project. A Gift Card Drive to benefit children and their families at Dayton Children's Hospital is currently underway. These gift cards will be used to brighten the day of children who are patients at Dayton Children's Hospital. Gift cards to such businesses as Meijer, Walmart, Target, iTunes, Amazon, area craft stores, and restaurants in any denomination are appreciated. Gift cards can be dropped off in The Logan Project box located in the front office at Edgewood High School, now through April 19.
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Edgewood Experience Features EMS Reverse Career Fair

We are excited to share another Edgewood Experience video with you! This video highlights our recent Reverse Career Fair at Edgewood Middle School. In preparation for the event, students were challenged to research the required training, education, & skills need to be successful in a chosen career. After the research was completed, students created an information board to present during the Reverse Career Fair. As teachers, guests, and fellow students visited their display, they shared what they learned about their career choice. It was a great way to learn about future career opportunities.
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9th Annual Edgewood Round Ball Golf Scramble

The Edgewood men’s and women’s basketball teams will be hosting the 9th annual golf scramble on Saturday, May 18, at Hueston Woods Golf Course. There will be an 8:30 a.m. "shotgun" start. Details about the scramble and the sign up form to participate can be found on the first page of the attached form.
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Percussion Ensemble Visit Professional Recording Studio in Nashville

Our Edgewood Percussion Ensemble spent time in Nashville, TN over spring break at a professional recording studio. Mr. Nick Fields accompanied this group of students from EHS and EMS so they could perform and experience a professional recording studio session. The Ocean Way Nashville recording studio is world renowned and has had several country and rock stars record their hits there. The students had a wonderful time learning about recording engineering and getting their music recorded professionally.
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