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EHS Swimming Pool Hours

The evening swimming pool hours are changing due to the High School and Junior High Swim Team schedules. These changes begin today and end March 10, 2017. The hours will be from 6:30PM - 8:00PM.
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Great News, School Mobile Apps Are Available!

School Apps are in! Apps show social media feeds, LMS and Harmony Access, contact information, school lunch menus, ECA calendars, and much more.

Each building has it's own mobile device- available for FREE on iTunes and Google Play. Look up your school name, download, and go! Or use one of the links below:

Edgewood Primary School



Edgewood Intermediate School



Stinesville Elementary School



Edgewood Junior High School



Edgewood High School


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Working Offline on Chromebooks

Would you like to work on Google Docs when WiFi is down or you don't have WiFi at home? This short 2 minute video will show you how to change settings in Google Drive and allow you to work without WiFi. Then the next time your Chromebook accesses WiFi and you open the document, all edits and work will be saved!

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Edgewood Students Meet Quebec

In June of this summer, 16 Edgewood students traveled to Quebec City, Canada for an immersion tour.  During the trip, they participated in fun activities, such as visiting an authentic sugar shack, playing interactive games related to 19th century military lifestyle, dancing on a river cruise down the St. Lawrence river, making copper art at the Copper Museum, visiting the Montmorency waterfall, and more.  Students had a great time and the BEST part for Madame Tiller was that throughout the trip the students spoke French with each other, the guide, and the locals.
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Global Youth Service Day 2016

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.)
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