Where: Edgewood High School Auditorium
Date: Monday, February 9th, 2015
Topic and Information:
A discussion about Indiana's College & Career Readiness Standards and the changes in state testing.
The evening will begin with an overview presentation regarding the instructional shifts and curriculum work that is being done at each grade level to address these changes. Parents will have an opportunity to look at the new test questions and discuss how they ave changed and what RBBCSC is doing to prepare students.
The event will conclude with a question/answer session.
Childcare will be provided by the Boys & Girls Club of Ellettsville & Northwest YMCA.
In addition to the instructional changes taking place in your childs classroom, students in grades 3 through 8 are being administered Acuity Readiness assessments. These assessments are based on the new academic standards and serve in two capacities. First, the assessments help teachers and students understand how their skills are progressing toward the standards and identify instructional next steps through the curriculum. Secondly, the assessments provide students with practice on the new item types they will see on the ISTEP+ multiple choice/select response assessment in the spring of 2015. Parents may view the Indiana Department of Education's Experience College and Career Ready website and take the Experience CCR Assessment to gain a better idea as to the level of rigor the new standards present for students and experience the item types.
We had 3 winners from Saturday's Coat Drive. The winners are:
$15 IGA card - Tiffany Willingham
$25 Kmart card- Ellie Graef (EIS student)
$50 Amazon- Matthew McBride (JR student)
Thanks to everyone who came out and donated.
located in the junior high north parking lot with at least one inflatable for students. There will be DJ music played by Edgewood teacher Troy Guthrie and a Marine pull up challenge bar with the Humvee located near the football practice field. There will be snacks and water provided by RBBCSC to all community members and the entire event is free of charge. We want to welcome back our school family by bringing the Indianapolis Colts to our students.
In conjunction with the Colts in Motion the high school will have their “Meet Your Teacher,” event beginning at 7:00.
It’s going to be a great time for the entire family. So please come out, bring your children from ALL grades to see the Colts in Motion mobile museum, honor the U.S. Marines, and have a snack while listening to music. EVERYTHING IS FREE OF CHARGE! It’s our way of having a kickoff for the school year and saying thank you to the families of our students. We look forward to seeing everyone!
Questions regarding student transportation services may be directed to Sallie Davis at the Transportation Department at 876-8537 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The sculptural grouping, "Eagle's Nest, can be found on the southeast corner of the Edgewood Intermediate School grounds (7600 W. Reeves Rd.) at the corner of W. Reeves Road and Sycamore Drive.
To learn more about the project click on the links below.
Project Support - Click here to Celebration Program
Collaborators: Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum
The History of the "Eagle's Nest" - An Initial Resource for Teachers & Students
Photos of the Construction Sequence
Words of Appreciation
eBook - coming soon
Click here to see the Harlem Wizards Video.
Plan a family fun night at Edgewood High School, Wednesday, April 23 tohelp raise money for Edgewood High School Band. The event starts at 6:30PM. Tickets are $10.00 in advance $12.00 at the door. "Courtside Plus" tickets are available for $25.00. Courtside Plus tickets will get you a special meet & greet with team players, a souvenir, autographs, and reserved seating. Tickets are on sale at the high school’s bookstore, by emailing email@example.com or online at www.harlemwizards.com.
Located right behind Edgewood Campus, you will find the new Richland-Bean Blossom disc golf course. Designed and built by members of the Bloomington Disc Golf Club, this 9-hole course offers a variety of challenging holes that stretch between large open fields and narrow fairways through the woods. BDGC’s TJ Lewis informs us about this new course that is completely free and open to the public.