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The first few days Mrs. Adamiec foregoes the normal Rules and Expectations dialog so she and her students can get to know each other a little bit. Students collaborate on one presentation by creating a slide about themselves. These slides include two truths and a lie about the student and images of things that are important to them. The students then present their slides and the class tries to guess the lie. 

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Welcome to Edgewood’s first cooking labs! Everyday Skills students made play dough and Successful Living students made cinnamon twists.   Play dough, cinnamon twists and cocoa. Mmmm - what a great day!

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Medical Detectives students are learning about how to take their vital signs. 
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The public library summer reading program begins June 1 and runs through July 31.  There are programs for children, teens, and adults with interesting activities and programs to catch your imagination!  You can read physical books, electronic books, or listen to audio books.  Big kids can read stories to little kids.  Little kids can read to big kids!  There is no end to the opportunities to encourage reading.  Local businesses are helping contribute prizes, too!  So, stop the summer slide from lack of reading - go read, earn prizes, and come to school ready to tell your teachers and librarian all about the great books you read this summer!
For more information, check out the library's website at warsawlibrary.org, or stop in and register, starting June 1.  
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b2ap3_thumbnail_IMG-6232.JPGThese are the winning teams from Edgewood’s Stitch-n-Save class bake-offs. The task was to use pie crust to make small dessert samples. Miss Rohrer’s students made a wide variety of foods. We all had fun and got to EAT!  Some ingredients available were chocolate chips, chocolate sauce, apples, marshmallows, graham crackers, eggs, flour, white and brown sugar, and cinnamon.  Each group of six students created their own small dessert sample, with judges to award first place to the winner.  Lots of creativity and plans to try this again!

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