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.
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.
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.
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.