DATE: Tuesday, September 17th, 2019
LUNCH: Today’s menu choices are Hamburger, Shredded Pork Sandwich, or Ham & Cheese Croissant, Twister Fries, Baked Beans, Choice of Fruit, and Milk.
Attention NJHS members. The Edgewood PPE is needing volunteers to help with concessions this fall. Mrs. Fisher has sent you an email with more information and a link to sign up to work.
Edgewood Cares will be having their first meeting on Thursday, September 19th from 2:45-3:15 in Mrs. Helser's room. If you have questions, see Mrs. Beer, Mrs. Toumey, or Mrs. Helser.
Today’s Volleyball meet will be played at Tippy Valley with a start time of 5:00p.
Our Football teams will be playing at home today. The seventh grade game will begin at 5:00p with the eighth grade game to follow.
Because of the faculty meeting after school on Wednesday, Spell Bowl practice will be held TODAY after school until 3:45 pm. Please let Mr. Halferty know if you are unable to attend.
7th Grade students will have Hearing Screenings this morning. Students will be called to the commons’ conference room in alpha order after announcements.
Progress reports were sent sent home with students yesterday, September 16th.
Parent Teacher Conferences: We are so excited to be implementing quarterly parent/teacher conferences. The first conference date is Thursday, September 19 from 3:30 - 7 p.m. in the commons at Edgewood. You will get your student’s midterm grades and can meet with any and all teachers to check on how your student is doing. The best part of the timing for these conferences is that you can work with your student to make “mid flight” corrections. This is especially important for the nine week classes. These conferences should improve communication and help students adjust study habits, preparations for tests and completion of missing assignments before it’s too late. It also is a great way to find out how your son or daughter is behaving and to hopefully get lots of positive comments to reinforce your child’s behaviors and academic efforts.
September 17: 7th Grade Hearing Screening
September 19: 3:30-7:00p P/T Conferences in Commons
October 11: First Grading Period Ends;
October 16: Student Flu Shots 8:30-11:00a
October 17: 8th Grade Vision Screening
GAME CLUB - Thursdays 2:45-4:00p (Wise)
MANUFACTURING CLUB - 9/11 Wednesdays 2:45-4:00p STEM (Richcreek)
ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES
Tuesday 9/17- Volleyball AWAY at Tippy Valley start time of 5:00PM
Football HOME against Lincoln start time of 5:00PM
Thursday 9/19- Volleyball HOME against Fairfield 8th grade plays first with a start time of 5:30PM
Saturday 9/21- Cross Country AWAY West Noble Invite start time of 9:30AM
HOMEWORK PILOT SCHEDULE
*High school credit classes are exempt from EMS homework guidelines.
Monday: 8th Math, 8th History, 7th Math, 7th ELA
Tuesday: 8th ELA, 8th Science, 7th Science, 7th Social Studies,
Wednesday/Thursday: 8th Math, 8th Science, 8th ELA, 7th Science, 7th Math, 7th ELA, Electives
Friday: 8th Science, 7th ELA, 7th Social Studies
MESSAGES Phone calls and messages to students should be limited to emergencies only and any message or transportation issues received after 2:00p to the office may not be communicated with the student due to time constraints.
ID CARDS Each student must wear a clearly visible student photo identification card on a break-away lanyard each day at Edgewood Middle School. Replacements will cost $4.00 for an ID and $1.00 for a lanyard. Unpaid ID’s will result in school consequences.
EMS DRESS CODE PROCEDURES Edgewood will permit holes in the jeans that are fingertip length and below. All tank tops and shirts must have shoulder coverage that is ID width. Under garments should not be visible. No midriff shirts showing any skin. Students wearing leggings must wear a long enough shirt that covers their front and back side. Skirts and shorts are to be fingertip length.
Students who violate the foregoing rules will not be admitted to class and should be sent to the front office. This will be addressed by teachers and the administrative staff. These rules are in place so that we are demonstrating modesty as well as keeping the focus on the academic success for all students. Anything that is distracting to the educational environment is not appropriate attire for Edgewood Middle School. Please consider how it looks through the eyes of a middle school student and would it be distracting to their learning.
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