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Non-perishable food drive collection December 4-15.

Canned Meat, Pasta, Fruit, Vegetables, Chili, Pasta, Soup, Pasta Sauce, Instant Rice, Mac & Cheese, Cereal, Instant Oatmeal, Pancake Mix, Syrup, Pop Tarts, Jam, Pasta Mix Helpers i.e. Hamburger Helper, Brownie Mix, Crackers, Deodorant, Full size: Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Wash, Toothpaste, Toothbrush, Paper Towels, Toilet Paper, Laundry Detergent, Dryer Sheets

Please help Edgewood help our community!  We have a history of stocking the food pantries at both Combined Community Services and at Our Father's House, as well as providing boxes of food for our own needy families.  Every little bit helps!  You can send food with your student, support our students as they volunteer their time at the local Owens stores after school, and bring food to our December basketball games in lieu of admission fees!
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Check out the Lost & Found table. There are many lost items such as books, warm coats and jackets. Items not claimed after Thanksgiving will be donated to Our Father’s House. Lost eye glasses and small items of value are kept in the office.
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Faculty and staff at Edgewood received recognition for their service to Warsaw Community Schools. Awards were given for 1, 5, 10, 15... years of service.  Congratulations go to Mrs. Sherri Johnson, art teacher, for her 35 years of service to our students!
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The kick off for our annual Edgewood canned food drive will be Friday, December 1st. Non perishable food drive collection will be held from December 4-15.  More information to follow.
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Picture retake day is Tuesday, Nov. 21.  Any student who was absent will have their picture taken on this day. This ensures all students will have their picture in our yearbook.
If you wish to purchase a packet, go to blossersstudio.com or call Blosser's at 574-267-5400.

For students who already had their picture taken but would like a retake, they need to bring their entire packet back and give to the photographer. The student should be able to let the photographer know what was wrong with the original picture so that the new picture corrects that problem.

Again, any questions should be directed to Blosser's Studio.
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