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Officer Hawn lived up to his promise.  Students raised more than their goal for Feed My Starving Challenge.  They voted for Officer Hawn to have his head shaved.  His daughter happily obliged by coming to Edgewood and helping out!
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Students selected for this honor have displayed the Tiger Pride characteristics of: respect, enthusiasm, punctuality, communication, organization, preparation, and cooperation. We appreciate their positive contribution at our school.
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Students are competing during lunch shifts, trying to see which shift can raise the most money for Feed My Starving Children.  A "guest" drummer performed while encouraging students to contribute to this worthy cause.  A former Edgewood student has offered to match funds raised by our school.  We are hoping for great participation from both students and staff!
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Mr. Howett's science classes tested surface tension today.  They tested with two pennies, one with vaseline smeared on top and one regular penny.  One penny held more water than the other.  Can you guess which one it was?
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The biology class used their iPads, oxygen sensors, carbon dioxide sensors, and temperature probes to measure the rate of photosynthesis under different light intensities and temperatures.
 

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