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April 15, 2016 began at The Warehouse with a warm welcome from Bloomington Mayor, John Hamilton, thanking all participants for getting involved in the community and participating in Global Youth Service Day (GYSD). Monroe County Youth Council (MCYC), a project of the Asset Building Coalition, the Bloomington Volunteer Network, the Youth Services Bureau, and the Monroe County Public Library, planned their celebration of the largest service event in the world. This year marks Bloomington’s 5th year participating in Global Youth Service Day. MCYC spent the last school year preparing for this day of volunteering by exploring local issues and planning projects to meet the needs of the community. Part of this planning involved creating six different service teams; each team had individual goals for the day from kicking off the Page by Page program promoting the 40 Developmental Assets in a local elementary school, to building nature trails and removing invasive plant species. MCYC far exceeded its recruiting goal of 250 students when over 450 applied to be a part of GYSD. Ultimately, over 330 students (which included more than 90 Edgewood students) and 30 adult volunteers served the local community with nine local agency partners to make another successful GYSD. (This blog was adapted from a letter by the MCYC.)
The Edgewood Dynamic Duo Fine Arts Team of Ellen Bergan and Celestina Garcia qualified for Academic Super Bowl State Meet, to be held at Purdue University on Saturday, May 7. The girls have long been studying Hoosier visual artists and musicians who are part of this year's theme "Hoosier Heritage." They scored in the top seven of all Division II Fine Arts teams. The Academic Super Bowl team consist of only 11 students this year. Mrs. O'Malley coaches the Fine Arts Team.
The old version of Harmony will be disabled on March 17 in order to allow all features, including demographic updates, to run in Harmony 3. Emails have been sent to all students and parents with a link to the new Harmony and directions.. You may need to delete cookies and delete any previous versions of Harmony bookmarks you have stored on your computer in order to be able to access the new Harmony. Harmony 3 allows parents and students to have separate account log-in information. Separate emails and registration codes have been emailed to students and parents.
The Wizard of Claus is coming! Featuring Dorothy, Cowardly Lion, Tin Man, Scarecrow and Glinda the Witch, this EHS traditional show is back again. Follow the yellow brick road into the Cookie Walk for many delicious cookies and treats. Santa Claus will be ready to greet children during intermission as well as many other favorite characters . This is a family friendly show for all ages!
One of the advantages of the new Harmony 3 Family Access is that it allows parents and students to have separate accounts with their own user names and passwords to access information as well as set notifications. Because the accounts are separate, students will not be able to make changes to any of the settings made by parents.
In the new program you will be able add all your students into one login and to see the following:
The link is also posted on the corporation as well as each building website. We hope you enjoy the features of the new site!