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The public library summer reading program begins June 1 and runs through July 31.  There are programs for children, teens, and adults with interesting activities and programs to catch your imagination!  You can read physical books, electronic books, or listen to audio books.  Big kids can read stories to little kids.  Little kids can read to big kids!  There is no end to the opportunities to encourage reading.  Local businesses are helping contribute prizes, too!  So, stop the summer slide from lack of reading - go read, earn prizes, and come to school ready to tell your teachers and librarian all about the great books you read this summer!
For more information, check out the library's website at warsawlibrary.org, or stop in and register, starting June 1.  
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b2ap3_thumbnail_IMG-6232.JPGThese 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!

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Twenty-five Edgewood students went to the University of Indianapolis on Saturday, April 13, to present their projects at the state National History Day competition.  Every one of them did an excellent job, and their teachers are so proud of them!  Congratulations go to Zoe and Katie, Keely and Abby, Alli, Keller, Ryun, and Jason, whose projects are moving on to national competition in June.  We wish them all the very best as they compete in Maryland!
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Students in Miss Rohrer's Stitch 'N Save class are learning hand sewing.  This week they learned three different knots, four different sewing stitches, and how to use lots of different sewing equipment safely.  Next week we learn to sew on buttons.  Then begins learning about electricity and sewing in lightbulbs and batteries!  As of now, every student has been able to thread a needle, tie the knots, and sew at least two different types of stitches.  Some of the students have even said sewing is relaxing!
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Students in FACS Stitch-n-Save class designed smoothies by choosing a liquid, yogurt and frozen fruit. We learned to assemble and disassemble the blenders in order to clean them properly. Smoothies, good to the last drop! 

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