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EIS Guys' Night Out

6th Annual Guy's Night Out is Thursday, January 29th from 5:45pm - 8:15pm at EIS. You are invited to bring your dad, grandfather, uncle, or special friend to a night of free food, fun, and festivities. Dave Mahurin, Edgewood High School administrator and varsity boys basketball coach, will speak during the event, focusing on various lifelines taught at EIS. Hope to see you there!

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EIS Girls Night Out

5th Annual Girls' Night Out will be Thursday, January 22, 2015 from 5:45- 8:15pm at EIS. You are important! You and one special female guest are invited to a night of free food, fun, and festivities. Angie Raake, VP,HR director of The Peoples State Bank and Certified Health Coach will speak during the event, focusing on various lifelines taught at EIS. Please R.S.V.P
by Friday, January 16th.

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EIS Winners of the I.U. Health Tobacco Free Posters

Third grade students participated in a Tobacco Free Poster contest sponsered by IU Health. Students were asked to draw a poster to promote tobacco free. The following students won t-shirts.
Mia McClellan, Megan Green, Harlie Robbins, Emma Edwards, Mya Norris, Nica Mosora
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Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser

Edgewood Intermediate School will be selling gift cards from Texas Roadhouse starting November 24th thru December 4th. Our school will make 10% off every card that is sold. Students will collect the money at the time of sell and turn their envelopes into their teacher. The gift cards will be delivered to the students on the week of December 15th. This would be a great stocking stuffer for friends and family.

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EIS 4th Grade Art & Music Program

NOVEMBER 6TH -A SPECIAL NIGHT AT EIS! The art and music program for fourth grade will start promptly at 7:00pm. Students will need to report to his or her room at 6:40pm.
Immediately following the music program, MIss Doffin will be in the cafeteria along with the students' art displays.
This is an exciting night for the fourth grade. The library will also be open after the music program with this year's Book Fair. While the book fair promotes reading, it is also the only fund raiser for the library. It will be open all week from 8:30am to 4:00pm. in addition to these hours it will also be open Thursday night and Friday night during the fall dance.
If you would like to purchase books but are unable to attend, you may do so online and the school library will receive credit. Simply go to: http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/rbbcsceis and make your selections.
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Summer Activities

We hope you are having a great time during your summer break, getting plenty of rest and having fun in the sun. While we want you to get all the rest and relaxation possible, it is important to bridge the gap to the next grade level by staying on top of some academic skills throughout the summer. We encourage you to read at least 20 minutes each day and practice your basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts. If you are looking for some additional resources to access over the summer, visit https://www.symbaloo.com/mix/summerwebsites to engage in some academic games. Have a great summer and we look forward to seeing you on August 4, 2014.
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Bradford Woods Trip

Many people in the community remember well their fifth grade trip to Bradford Woods. May 7, 8, and 9th the class of 2021 made their own memories at Indiana University's outdoor learning camp. This year 150 students enjoyed the beautiful weather as they hiked, danced, and participated in a variety of environmental activities.

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EIS Math/Science Night


The third graders at E.I.S., as well as the fourth and fifth grade students, recently participated in the Science Fair at the annual Math/Science Night. Students, and their supportive parents and families, worked very hard on the exhibited scientific method or inquiry projects. Students shared their knowledge with their classmates through oral presentations in class and then were given the opportunity to look at all of the wonderful projects on Thursday, April 24th, from 6:00-8:00pm. Many other exhibits and demonstrations were also available for students and families to see during the program, which was made possible through the efforts of the P.T.O., admininstrators, and Mrs. DeMoss, a fourth grade tacher.

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Fourth Grade Visit to State House

On Thursday, March 27th, the fourth grade classes at EIS traveled to Indianapolis, touring the Indiana State House. While at the State House, students sat in the rotunda and learned more about the history and architecture of the building from state house docents. While touring the multiple levels of the spacious building, students and chaperones were invited into several of the state offices and the Indiana State Supreme Courtroom. Students were able to sit in the chairs of Indiana’s state senators and representatives, while docents explained the legislative process and history of the chambers themselves. Between rain showers, several classes were able to walk the downtown canal area, including a walk around the Indiana State Museum to find the 92 pieces of art that represent each of Indiana’s 92 counties. It was a memorable trip for all EIS fourth graders and chaperones.
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Third Grade RCC

Do you like helping people? Perhaps you will become a nurse when you graduate from college. Would you like to conduct experiments and make medicines for people? Become a chemist. Do you like to take things apart and then put them back together? Maybe you will become a mechanic. Edgewood Intermediate School's third graders have spent the last five weeks learning about various careers and thinking about these questions and many others during RCC, Responsible Choices Club, which is held on Fridays. Several of the students' parents volunteered to come in and share their time and talk about their current jobs. Many parents brought in visual aids to help make the learning "come alive" for the children. The students also enjoyed learning and hearing about the work of a former Edgewood graduate who is now pursuing her master's/doctorate in biological anthropology. The third grade staff is very appreciative of the many parents who were able to make this traditional event another yearly success.
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BOX TOP$ For Education

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2014 EIS Read-A-Thon

March 3rd was our kick off to reading which ties to the birthday of Dr. Suess. The PTO has sent out a flyer explaining the activity that students may participate in.
This activity will run from March 3rd thru March 28th.

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