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Mrs. Helser's Honors Language Arts class has spent the past three weeks working on researching information, then developing a plan to help combat current issues in society.  The team of Abby, Skyler, Cora, and Morgan researched the topic of teen suicide, then emailed Ben Higgins asking if he would come speak to Edgewood students about depression and suicide.  Mr. Higgins graciously agreed and shared his own story of how he has asked for help when he has struggled.  Our students and staff appreciate the work these students did, and appreciate Mr. Higgins coming to talk with our students about this serious topic.  Way to make a difference!

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The physical education classes have been working on their swimming skills and enjoying time at the high school pool this month.  They have worked on swimming techniques and cardio endurance as well as enjoying some friendly competition!

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For the last several days Edgewood's 7th graders have been studying Medieval China and Japan. They were required to make a 3-D object or research a topic for a poster related to the history or culture of China and Japan.  We've had some Mongol catapult competitions, "porcelain" displays, and Mongol/Samurai armor and weaponry among others.  It's been alot of fun, especially measuring how far a catapult will throw a ping pong ball!

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Language arts is beginning our hardest unit... argumentative essays! We begin by color-coding parts of different paragraphs as an example before writing our own. Let the research and typing begin! 

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We invited our resident expert on public speaking, Mrs. Smyth, to talk with our honors language arts classes to give them some pointers ahead of their big Game Chambers Presentations. 
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