Many students from both Edgewood and Lakeview Middle Schools competed in the National History Day Regional Competition on Saturday, February 17. Both schools had several teams place who will move forward to state competition on April 14. We are so proud of all our students! Many thanks to them, to their parents, and to Edgewood teachers Mr. Devlin and Mr. Ringler, history teachers, and Mrs. Eberhardt, teacher-librarian for all the dedication and hard work!
Cook spaghetti squash. Scrape it out of its rind. Use the rind as a bowl. Add sauce and Parmesan cheese. Fool yourself into thinking you are eating spaghetti but really you are getting more veggies. Fun in FACS class!
FACS students stained cotton and polyester fabric. We tried washing out the stains in our 6 milk jug "washing machines" which contained different detergents and stain removers. We analyzed the results, recorded our findings and wrote conclusions.
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!