These 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!
Edgewood Robotics Club wrapped up the school year with a celebration, along with cleaning up and sorting robot parts for next year. Hope you all enjoyed the cotton candy! We hope to see you all next year involved with robotics, either at the high school or here at Edgewood!
Mrs. Richcreek and 14 Edgewood students will be showing their modified electric car designs tonight at First Friday downtown Warsaw. They will be available from 5:00-7:00 to answer questions. The three toddlers who are receiving their cars will be taking their Dream Drive at 6:15. You can find them near Springleaf One Main Financial on Center Street. Hope to see lots of you there tonight!
Come watch the Middle Schools Band concert on Monday, May 13. The concert will be held in the Lakeview Middle School auditorium starting at 7:00 p.m. Performing will be the 6th grade band, and the beginning, intermediate, and advanced bands. Admission is free. Hope to see you there!