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FCCLA Gold Medal Winners

Congratulations to the Butler Tech-Edgewood High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapter. Emilie Abrams, Kiersten Palmer, Samantha Roy, Rebecca Singleton, Kamryn Walker and David Winter returned from the FCCLA National Competition in Atlanta, Georgia having all earned GOLD medals, including 3 students placing in the top 5 in the nation. In between leadership training and networking activities, these Culinary Arts students visited unique food destinations and a history of southern food tour of Atlanta that included restaurants where Martin Luther King, Jr. planned several events during the civil rights movement. These students learned a great deal about leadership during the conference and through their experiences in Atlanta.
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Update on Schedule Change Requests

EHS Students: Our EHS counselors are continuing to work on the submitted Schedule Change Requests. All students will receive a copy of their schedule on Wednesday, August 15 during Edge Time, which is the 1st period of the day. The Edge Time rosters will be posted in the cafeteria, the Event Entrance hall & the front entrance hall (south entrance). Please check the roster on Wednesday morning when you arrive. See you on August 15!
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Medication Permit Information for Students

A medication permit form will need to be completed for the 2018-2019 school year for any prescription and non-prescription medication that needs to be taken by a student while at school. This permit must be completed by the student's parent and physician.
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New Softball Coach Named

Mike Buckenmyer will be the new Head Softball Coach at Edgewood High School. He is a math teacher at Lakota East High School and will join Edgewood’s coaching staff for the upcoming school year. Buckenmyer has coached softball, women’s and men’s basketball, football, and bowling at Lakota East High School since 2001. His experience also includes coaching football for Kings Mills, Swanton, and Central Catholic high schools. Buckenmyer is a graduate of Bowling Green State University, where he received his Masters of Education degree. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Detroit Mercy, in Detroit, Michigan, and received his Secondary Education Provisional Certification in Mathematics from the University of Toledo. “I am excited to welcome Mike to Edgewood and look forward to working with him. I know he’ll be an asset to our coaching staff and to our softball team,” said Greg Brown, Edgewood Athletic Director.
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Back-To-School "Frequently Asked Questions"

A "FAQ" (Frequently Asked Questions) has been provided to help answer many of your questions about the upcoming school year. Information about Class Lists, Open House events, bus routes and arrangements, school menus, communications and more have been provided.
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Mental Health Series: Anxiety & Depression

A FREE Mental Health Series, hosted by Fairfield City Schools, is open to all parents and adults who work with youth in our community. This event is scheduled on September 13. It includes dinner along with a presentation on Anxiety and Depression. Please refer to the attached flyer for location and time.
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41st HOSA International Leadership Conference in Dallas

Kelsie Chasteen, Kaya Davis, and Kierstyn Kuhn, spent 6 days in Dallas, Texas to participate and compete at the 41st HOSA International Leadership Conference. Our students traveled with a group of 44 ILC qualifiers from three other Butler Tech/HOSA chapters (Lakota East, Lakota West & the Bioscience Center). This year's conference was attended by over 10,000 student competitors and advisors from across the globe. Our students competed in the Health Care Issues Exam, attended multiple symposiums, participated in a presentation by the US Surgeon General, and visited some of Dallas's historical sites and museums. It was an incredible learning and networking experience. We are proud of how well they represented Edgewood High School and our local HOSA chapter!
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Three EHS Students Earn the Rank of Eagle Scout

Nick Hobson, Rance Hickman, and Allen Burton recently earned their Eagle Scout rank. Nick earned this rank by designing and building a rolling gear rack for the Seven Mile Volunteer Fire Department. The rack will house the fire fighters' protective gear so they can easily access their equipment when responding to an emergency call. Rance earned his rank by building a storage supply unit for the Art Central Foundation. This unit will provide the Foundation with a place to store supplies as well as a place for students to dry their pottery. Allen's project consisted of building easels for the Butler County Fair. Only 4% of Scouts earn the rank of Eagle. Eagles must earn 21 badges that range from camping to cooking to lifesaving or emergency preparedness. Congratulations to these 3 young men on their outstanding accomplishment!
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