APR
07

Eagle's Nest Art Sculpture

Eagle's Nest Art Sculpture

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.


art-people                  from afar                 last view      


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APR
04

Family Fun Night with the Harlem Wizards!

Family Fun Night with the Harlem Wizards!
Harlem Wizards vs. Edgewood Hoopsters

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 hollycakemaker@yahoo.com or online at www.harlemwizards.com.
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MAR
07

EECC Science Night

 
 EECC students and their families enjoyed conducting various hands on  science experiments during Science Night on Tuesday evening, March 4th,  2014.  Students experimented with motion by creating bottle and straw  rockets and conducting balloon races.    Students created shaving cream  rain clouds and fireworks in a jar to experiment with density.    Other  experiments involved erupting volcanos, creating tornados, and making  bubble snakes and lava lamps.  Edgewood High School robotics club  students engaged preschoolers with robots.  The EECC PIE Team, Edgewood  High School Robotics club students, and EECC staff worked hard to ensure  Science Night was such an awesome experience for our future scientists.
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FEB
24

RBBCSC Feature Teacher

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DEC
17

RBBCSC's Disc Golf Course

RBBCSC's Disc Golf Course

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.

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