JUN
09

Have a Wonderful Summer!

Supply List 2017-2018

The Stinesville faculty and staff wish all of our families a wonderful summer!  Below is the schedule for summer hours and registration.

  • July 19th- SES office opens for the 2017-2018 school year
  • July 19th- Returning student registration (complete online)
  • July 25th-July 26th- New student registration
  • August 3rd- 1st student day for the 2017-2018 school year
  • August 10th- Open House at 6:30 p.m.
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JUN
09

Have a great summer!

Edgewood Intermediate School Office is closed for summer vacation.  The office will reopen on July 19, 2017.  Online registration opens on July 19th.  New students to the corporation registration is July 25-26. HARMONY opens on July 28th.   Supply List for Edgewood Intermedaite School:
  EDGEWOOD INTERMEDTATE SCHOOL
                   SUPPLY LIST
 
                       2017-2018  
     
THIRD GRADE FOURTH GRADE FIFTH GRADE
1 -Package of construction paper 1 - Package of white wide-ruled filler paper 1 - Package of white wide-ruled filler paper
60 - #2 Pencils sharpened (please no novelty pencils) 48 - #2 Pencils sharpened (no mechanical) 48 - #2 Pencils sharpened
4 - Large glue sticks 3 -70 page composition notebook 6 - 100 sheet Composition notebooks (no spiral)
4 - Black only low odor dry-erase markers (broad tip) 8 - Large glue sticks 2 - Bottles of white glue
5 - Two pocket pronged folders (red,blue,yellow,green,purple) 1 - Set of multiplication/division flash cards 1 - Pair of earbuds or headphones
2 - Large boxes of Kleenex 1 - 24 count box of crayons (no larger) 1 - Box of 16 or 24 crayons (no larger)
1 - Pair of pointed scissors 4 - Black only low odor dry-erase markers 4 - Black bold low odor dry-erase markers
1 - 8 1/2 x 11" clipboard 1 - 12 count box of colored pencils (no larger) 1 - 12 count of colored pencils
1 - Backpack or bookbag (no wheels) 6 - Solid color PLASTIC pocket folders (with prongs) 1 - Olastic pocket folder
4 - Composition notebooks 2 - Large boxes of Kleenex or Puffs 2 - Large boxes of Kleenex or Puffs
2 - Yellow highlighters 1 - Pair of pointed scissors 1 - Pair of pointed scissors
1 - Pair of earbuds/headphones 1 - 8 1/2 x 11" clipboard 1 - 8 1/2 x 11' clipboard
1 - Box of guart or gallon baggies (optional) 1 - Package of pencil top erasers 1 - Backpack or bookbag (no wheels)
1 - Package of 3x3 post-it notes 1 - Backpack or bookbag (no wheels) 1 - Mr. Clean Magic Eraser (for whiteboards)
2 - 24 count box of crayons 1 - Package Post-Its 3" x3" 2 - Yellow highlighters
1 - Mr. Clean Eraser 2 - Yellow highlighters (broad tip) 1 - Plastic 5 x 8 school box or large pencil pouch
1 - Large pink eraser 1 - Pair of earbuds or headphones 1 - Package of 3x3 post-it notes
  1 - Plastic 5 x 8 school box of large pencil pouch 1 - Package 3 x 5 index cards (lined or unlined)
  1 - 4oz bottle of glue  
  1 - Package 3 x 5 index cards  
Have a great Summer!
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MAY
25

Kindergarten Graduation

Kindergarten Graduation
Stinesville Elementary kindergarten students participated in their annual graduation ceremony on Tuesday, May 23, 2017.  Mrs. Butler's students made a lot of growth this year in academic and social/emotional areas.  The ceremony was full of joy, laughter, a few tears, and anticipation as the students prepare to transition to first grade. 
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MAY
16

Camp Invention at EPS!

SUMMER IS ALMOST HERE! We are excited to announce in partnership with the National Inventors Hall of Fame, Edgewood Primary School is pleased to offer the nationally-acclaimed Camp Invention program to children entering grades K-6.

Young innovators will experience real-world problem solving and creative thinking as they transform the terrain and ecosystem of a distant exoplanet, take risks as future entrepreneurs, blast rockets and rubber chickens, and wire a circuit to create their own Spy Gadget Alarm Box!

Visit the link below to see the ALL NEW Launch program modules in action:

http://campinvention.org/…/camp-invention-k-6…/2017-program/

Camp will be held:
June 19 - June 22
8:30 am-4:30 pm

To register:
1. Go to campinvention.org
2. Find camp by zip/city
3. Complete Registration
You can also register by calling 800-968-4332.
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MAY
16

STEM for All Video Showcase - check out EJHS STEAM Club!

Follow the link below to check out the video created by the EJHS STEAM Club for the STEM for All Video Showcase! This project focuses on human-centered robotics, which incorporates the social aspects of robotics to involve and interest girls and other populations who may not see the need for or connection to robotics! 

http://stemforall2017.videohall.com/presentations/1007

171 NSF and other Federally funded STEM-related projects share three-minute videos of their innovative work to improve STEM and CS teaching and learning for all learners!

Be a part of this exchange of information and ideas! Vote for your favorite videos by casting a Public Choice Vote. Spread the word! 
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MAY
05

STEAM Night Success!

Thank you to all who participated, presented, judged, showcased or supported STEAM Night at EPS and EIS last night! The event was a HUGE success with an unbelievable turnout!  

A special thanks to our three (wildly popular) food vendors: The Big Cheeze, La Poblana and 812 BBQ! Despite the rain, they were kept busy throughout the evening!   Thank you also to all our community partners: Science fair judges, Baxter Scientific, Cook Aviation, Go Green, Ray Amos Plastics, Parks and Recreation, Scaily Tailz, Ivy Tech, Boys & Girls Club of Ellettsville, Purdue Extension/4H, LEAP, IU Makerspace, and our own EHS engineering students!  Thank you especially, to all of our student leaders had the courage to step up, share their work with peers and families - they're sure to be representing STEAM-related community partners themselves some day!  

We hope you all enjoyed the showcase of hard work and innovative learning your children were able to share with families! 
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MAY
05

STEAM-Related Summer Camps!

STEAM-Related / ENGINEERING CAMPS: 

Here is a listing of a few STEAM camps in our area:

Edgewood Primary School, Camp Invention: http://campinvention.org/

Ivy Tech Bloomington: https://www.ivytech.edu/bloomington/cll/5860.html#summer 

Indiana University: http://camps.engineering.indiana.edu 

WonderLab: http://wonderlab.org/whats-happening/wondercamp/ 

University of Southern Indiana, Engineering and Manufacturing Creativity: http://www.usi.edu/science/southwest-indiana-stem/engineering-and-manufacturing-creativity-camp/ 

Summer camps at the Northwest YMCA in Bloomington have also announced they'll be incorporating STEAM learning into their camp days!
https://www.monroecountyymca.org/content/northwest-summer-camp-1








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MAY
01

STEAM Night This Thursday!

Join us for our first annual STEAM FEST this Thursday evening behind EPS and EIS! Three local food vendors will begin selling their tasty menus at 5:00, community partners will share the exciting programs and projects they offer from 5:30 - 6:30, then R-BB students will showcase their own projects through hands-on stations in each building from 6:30 - 7:30!  Science fair projects will also be on display all even at EIS. Be sure to stay for the raffle drawings at 7:45!
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APR
25

Awards Ceremonies

We're in the home stretch for this school year!  It's hard to believe we're already talking about awards ceremonies!  The EPS awards ceremony schedule is as follows:

Tuesday, May 23rd at 9:00am- Kindergarten Ceremony
Wednesday, May 24th at 9:00am- 2nd grade Ceremony
Wednesday, May 24th at 10:15am- 1st Grade Ceremony

We hope to see you there to celebrate our student's accomplishments!
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APR
13

Spanish Exchange students visit EHS

Spanish Exchange students visit EHS
EHS Spanish teacher, Brittney Norman spent the 2014-2015 school year teaching English at IES Angel Corella, a high school in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid, Spain. She left there with a vision to create a partnership by means of a Spanish exchange program, allowing American and Spanish students a grander cultural experience. On Sunday, March 26, that became a reality as a group of 16 students and 2 teachers from IES Angel Corella arrived in the US, welcomed by several Edgewood host families. During their 10-day stay the students had the opportunity to attend classes at the high school with their host students on two separate days. They also took field trips to a variety of locations including downtown Bloomington and Indiana University,  Nashville, IN,  Blue Cavern Springs, Indianapolis and Louisville.  From bowling to high school athletic events, evening activities were scheduled as well, giving the Spanish exchange students a full spectrum of the American student culture.  

Check out the blog from our visitors during their stay in America. (You may need to use your device's translation tool.)
http://iesangelcorella.weebly.com/blog-2017
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APR
12

Larry "The Animal Guy"

Larry "The Animal Guy"
“Larry the Animal Guy,” Larry Batson, visited Stinesville Elementary School for his annual education series on various rescued animals from around the world.  One student stated as they walked in the school this morning, “This is my favorite day of the year, The Animal Guy is coming!”  Students and staff were treated to a variety of rescued animals including a tarantula, a boa constrictor, a baboon and other exotic animals.  We are looking forward to the amazing animals Larry brings to share with us next year!
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APR
12

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Coin Drive

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Coin Drive
Stinesville students and staff participated in a coin drive between April 3-7, 2017, raising $913.25 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.  The mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.  SES is proud to donate the money that was raised during this coin drive to help support the Society to further their mission.  For additional information, please visit https://www.lls.org/indiana.  
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APR
02

National History Day Contest Winners!

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Congratulations to all five EJHS National History Day contestants who made it through the regional contest at Brown County High School on Saturday, April 1st! Sydney Dilts, Stevie Farley, Olivia Werner, Annalyssa Crain, and Savannah Sigman (shown with team sponsor Mr. John Sigman, above) will be competing in the National History Day in Indiana State Contest on Saturday, May 6th, at the Ivy Tech Downtown Indianapolis Campus. Winners at the state contest move on to the National History Day Contest June 11-15 at the University of Maryland. Go Colts!
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MAR
31

EPS Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration is just around the corner!  Bring your incoming kindergartener, proof of residency, birth certificate and immunization records to EPS on Saturday, April 8th from 9:00 am to Noon. Please enter at the back of the building by the cafeteria. We are looking forward to meeting our new kindergarteners!
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MAR
03

March Lunch Reservations

March Lunch Reservations
Don't forget to make your reservations for lunch. March is up and ready for sign-ups!

http://signup.com/go/VkZcnp
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MAR
03

Crane STEM Summer Camps!

Looking for engaging experiences for your children this summer?  Perhaps something NEW? Check out Crane's Summer STEM Camps!  Registration is open and spots fill quickly!  Students can register for the following weeks based on the grade level they will enter in the fall:

Grades 2 - 3:  July 5-7
Grades 4 - 6:  June 19-23
Grades 7 - 10:  June 12-16

For more information download this flyer or contact your school's STEAM Coach!   2017-Summer-STEM-Camp-flyer.pdf
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FEB
28

Wesley Settle, EHS Student

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FEB
24

SES Math Bowl Competes

Fourth and fifth grade students from Stinesville Elementary competed in the Indiana Math Bowl competition that took place across the state on February 23rd.  Our students placed 5th in their division, just four points out of first!  Students worked in teams to solve a variety of problems including probability, area, perimeter, money, fractions, and percentages, just to name a few.  Congratulations to our students and coaches, Mr. Kerr and Mrs. Simmons on a successful season.  
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FEB
24

Stinesville Quarry Choir Recognized

The Stinesville Elementary Quarry Choir was recently recognized by the Bloomington Chamber of Commerce during the Franklin Initiative Dinner with the Leading Light Award. The Quarry Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Bruns, received this award for their innovative programming for students and service to the community.  The Quarry Choir has performed at various events in Monroe County including the Monroe County Fall Festival, Santa on Sale Street, Edgewood High School’s ‘Tis the Season, Stinesville Quarry Festival, nursing homes, an IU Women’s Basketball game, and will close out the year at their annual Spring Concert at the Tivoli Theater in Spencer.  Mrs. Bruns has provided students with not only an outlet for their artistic abilities, but also the opportunity to experience the joy of giving back to the community through the arts.  


Visit our Stinesville Elementary Facebook page or Twitter feed to view our Quarry Choir singing the National Anthem at a recent IU Women’s Basketball game!  


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FEB
22

Indiana SAR Daniel Guthrie Chapter awards RBB Board Member and EHS Students

Indiana SAR Daniel Guthrie Chapter awards RBB Board Member and EHS Students
On Tuesday, February 21 the Daniel Guthrie Indiana Sons of the American Revolution Chapter held its quarterly meeting. RBBCSC School Board President and Ellettsville Town Marshal, Jimmie D. Durnil was awarded the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal and Certificate. Melea Shockney, a junior at Edgewood High School was also in attendance and received a monetary award and certificate for winning the George S. and Stella M. Knight Essay Contest.  Edgewood High School students Emily Headdy and Kelsey Lavendar were the first and second Runner-Up in the essay contest, respectively.
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