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Cougar Character Trait Award Winners for January

Evan Lykins (9th Grade), Alexia Jackson (10th Grade), Devon Solomon (11th Grade) & Olivia Bietenduvel (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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New Approach to Parent-Teacher Conferences: Arena Conferencing

Join us for our 1st ever arena-style Parent-Teacher Conference event on Thursday, January 24 from 5:30 pm-7:30 pm. This new approach to conferences will allow parents to have a brief informative discussion with their student's teachers in one location. All our teachers will be located in the cafeteria, so parents don't have to walk from room to room. Parents can spend 3-5 minutes with any teacher in order to get an update on how their student is doing at this point of the year. No appointment is needed to speak with any of the teachers.
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Open House at EHS

We are hosting our 1st Open House event on Thursday, January 24, from 4:00pm-5:30pm. This is a great opportunity for parents, students (in the 8th-11th grade) from Edgewood as well as anyone who is considering enrolling at Edgewood High School to meet our teachers and take a guided tour of our beautiful school. This Open House will also provide valuable information for students as they prepare to register for classes for next school year.
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Callie Hunt is SWOC Athlete of the Week

Callie Hunt, a sophomore on the Lady Cougars Basketball team, has been selected as the SWOC Athlete of the Week. She received this recognition on January 7.

Although, Callie had to sit out the first 5 games this season, due to an injury, once she returned to the court she has delivered an impressive performance! Over the last three games, she has averaged 13 ppg (points per game) and 9 rebounds. Congratulations Callie! We are so proud of you!
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Boys Basketball and Cheerleaders Bring Joy to Families in Need at Christmas

Edgewood High School's Boys Basketball Team and Cheerleaders invited fans to bring a new, unwrapped toy to any basketball game in the month of December. These toys are donated to the Blue Christmas program. Toys are asked to be appropriate for toddlers through 6th grade. This year, Blue Christmas adopted 10 local families with children ages 3-12 years. The Boys Basketball Team and Cheerleaders meet together for a team breakfast and designate presents to families in need as well as wrap the gifts for the children.
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Bowling Team Sets High Goals

The Edgewood Bowling team is working hard to accomplish its goals for this season. The team only bowls against other SWOC schools now, but they are hoping to play people outside of their division as they get better. Coach Becky Smith said most people “don’t think of bowling as a physical sport, but that is certainly NOT the case. There is a lot of strength training involved, and mental preparedness. They are finding those who starting to do yoga on a consistent bases improved their bowling game.”
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Live Action "Trivia Crack" Match Hosted by Academic Team

The Academic Team combines teamwork and trivia knowledge over several rounds of tough questioning. Not many students know how a match works for the Academic Team. The questions can vary from Fine Arts, History, Mathematics, Literature, and Science. There are four rounds in the match. “Rounds 1 and 2 have three questions per category. The first two rounds are given to each team and the third one is a toss-up question that teams have to buzz in for,” said Senior Captain Christian Peerzada.
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Young Wrestlers Look to Tap into Potential

The wrestling team takes a turn this year with having the youngest team in Edgewood history. Coach Conniff, who has been coaching for 18 years, says, “coaching a young team presents a different type of challenge. The team has an extremely high amount of potential. They are learning at an exponential rate but I hesitate to push them too hard too fast. It is a balancing act this year”. With such a young team Coach Conniff had to change his style and goal “We are really focusing on improving. Nail down fundamentals, increase strength and mental toughness.”
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Girls' Basketball Wants Another SWOC Title

The basketball season has begun for the Lady Cougars who ended last year with a record of 10-2. Cierra Lipps, senior last year, was the leading scorer with 9.3 points a game. Callie Hunt, now a sophomore, last year led in rebounds with 4.9 a game, and Zoe Stephens was assist leader last season averaging 2.1 a game. The Lady Cougars finished last season with a SWOC title.
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