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On Wednesday Nov.8 members of NJHS went to Nappanee Missionary Church to participate in a Feed My Starving Children mobilepack. Our shift packed over 85,000 meals and fed over 200 children for a year. Club sponsor Mrs. Fisher learned that some of the meals packed just this past week went to Puerto Rico to help people dealing with the recovery efforts from the hurricane. Our work has made a direct impact on the lives of others as we lived out our mission statement.

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Please join Mrs. Johnson in congratulating the following art students. They are Edgewood's finalists in the Wagon Wheel Banner Contest.  The overall winner will be announced Nov. 9 at a special reception at the Wagon Wheel: Daniel L., Megan M. and Claire W.

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Congratulations to the Edgewood Spell Bowl Team! They placed first in the Indiana Association of School Principal's Academic competition!  So proud of our team and all their effort!

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October 10, 2017

To:     The Parents of Edgewood Middle School Students

From:  JoElla Smyth, Principal

Re:     Parent/Teacher Conferences

All Edgewood parents and students are invited and encouraged to attend the student led parent teacher conferences this fall.  Fall break is scheduled for Thursday, October 26th and Friday, October 27th.  School will resume on Monday, October 30th.  Conference dates and times:

Tuesday, October 24, 2017        4:00 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017    8:40 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

There will be no conferences during the meal break on October 25th

Meal break:   10:45 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.


The conferences are conducted in an open format in the commons.  A map of teacher locations will be available at the front table.  You will also pick up your child’s report card at the front table.  You and your student may then visit any teachers you would like to talk with. 

Here are a few pointers for how to make these conferences successful for everyone involved.

Successful Student-Lead Parent/Teacher Conference Strategies

  1. Please limit meeting with individual teachers to 10 minutes
     -If more time is needed, please set up a time to meet with that teacher at another time.

  1. Allow your student(s) to lead the conference
     -Our goal is to have your student(s) discuss their grades with you and their teachers in   

     order to help them take accountability for the grades they receive.

  1. Please honor the teacher’s dinner meal break
     -Please end your meetings promptly at the teachers’ given break times and reschedule  

     if necessary.  Please allow the necessary time to start a meeting right before these


  1. Keep all discussions positive:
     -It takes school, parents and student working together for the best learning to take place.

Announcements via the intercom system will be made prior to break times to remind families and staff when those breaks are to begin.  Thank you and let us know if we can be of any assistance to you and your family.

Parents and teacher conference
. Photography. Britannica ImageQuest, Encyclopædia Britannica, 25 May 2016. Accessed 18 Oct 2017.
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The volleyball team, along with their parents, created this fabulous Jungle Book float for the high school homecoming parade!
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