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Edgewood students just competed in their first speech meet of the season at Stanley Clark School in South Bend.  Three students competed and placed: Kylee A., Autumn K., and Rachel M.  Out of 30 students in Prose Interpretation, Autumn placed 5th.  Out of 36 students in Scripted Duo Interpretation, Kylee and Rachel placed 4th.  They will be heading to Lincoln Jr. High next weekend to compete.  These girls truly did a great job performing!
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Edgewood PE Department is excited to announce that we are now collecting Box Tops to purchase PE equipment.  Students can bring in their Box Tops in a bag, envelope or with a Box Top collection sheet.  The Box Tops should be submitted to their PE teacher.  For the first competition we are going to enter the student's name into a raffle once for every 10 Box Tops submitted.  Please check the expiration dates before submitting as they do not accept expired coupons.  Box Tops can be found on a wide variety of products and packages so be sure to check it out!
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The Edgewood Parents as Partners in Education (PPE) recently recognized Edgewood staff members who "made a difference" for students during the first quarter.  Each Difference Maker Award recipient was nominated by one of more Edgewood students.  Students were asked to provide a reason for his/her nomination on the ballot and some of those responses were shared anonymously with the staff members.

The Difference Maker Award replaces the Most Valuable Teacher award given in past years which was limited to only one teacher per quarter.  Difference Maker nominees included cafeteria staff, support personnel, custodians, teachers and administrators.  Over 70% of the total staff at Edgewood received one or more nominations.  Students are telling us they appreciate each and every person who touches their lives.
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7th grade students and their teachers participated in packing and sealing boxes for Feed My Starving Children.  We all had a wonderful time and learned so much!

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Edgewood Cares, Edgewood's humanitarian club, spent its first event packing meals for children in need. They had a blast packing over 30 boxes themselves. Overall, every group packed over 700 boxes which is enough to feed more than 400 people for a year! 
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