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Daily Announcements
February 22, 2024

Daily Announcements

Did you miss the announcements? Here they are!

Did you miss the announcements today? Here they are:

Friday, February 23rd

 

Sports information for today:

  • Today
    • High School Track at Viera . Starts at 3
  • Saturday
    • Varsity Girls Soccer have made it to states and the game is @ Myrtle Sporks Park @ 10 am We are so proud of you ladies!!!
    • Boys JV Lacrosse against Holy Trinity at 10 am

 

Sports Results:

Club Information:

 

  • Edgewood JCL is hosting a service project to collect gently used formal wear and accessories for Project Prom. They will be collecting any old formal dresses, suits, ties, shoes, and accessories in Mrs. Glenn’s room, room 4-202. Items can be dropped off anytime up until February 26th.

Upcoming Sports:

Monday:

  • Beach Volleyball against MICS at MICS at 4
  • JV Girl’s Lacrosse home game against West Shore at 5:30
  • Varsity Boys Lacrosse home game against Rockledge at 7 pm. Senior Night

Tuesday:

  • Varsity Boys Lacrosse away at Westshore. Game at 6
  • Boys and Girls tennis at Space Coast. Matches start at 4

Wednesday:

  • Varsity girls lacrosse home game against Satellite

Thursday:

  • Boys and girls tennis matches at Titusville. Matches start at 4
  • Beach volleyball at Travis park against Viera. Matches start at 4

Friday:

  • High School track at Satellite at 3
  • Boys lacrosse away at Vero Beach. JV @ 5:30 and Varsity @ 7

Saturday:

  • Girls lacrosse at Jensen Beach.

 

 

Important Edgewood Election information

All application to be an EDGEWOOD class officer or on the Executive Board is due back by  Monday Feb 26.

 

Senior Projects:

Hey Edgewood!  Come to the cafeteria during Power Hour A & B and buy a T-shirt to support Samir Patel’s senior project.  T-shirts are 12 dollars each and ALL proceeds will be DONATED to:  Who We Play For Organization– in an effort to raise awareness for youth cardiac health.

 

February is Black History Month

 

  • Maya Angelou– was a black American poet, memoirist, and civil rights activist. She published seven autobiographies, three books of essays, several books of poetry, and is credited with a list of plays, movies, and television shows spanning over 50 years. She received dozens of awards and more than 50 honorary degrees.  A Quote we should all take to heart: “We can learn to see each other and see ourselves in each other and recognize that human beings are more alike than we are unalike.”

Thursday, February 22nd

 

Sports information for today:

  • Girls and Boys Tennis against MIHS. Boys here at Edgewood, Girls at MI. Matches start at 4
  • Middle School Track at Jackson. Starts at 3

 

Sports Results:

  • Edgewood Girls Soccer is going to STATES!!!! 2 -1 ! major team effort! Great scores from Gigi and Liz! We could hear our fans on the field and those here at school!! Edgewood girls you did amazing!!!!! Awesome game!!!!! States are Saturday!!!!!!!

Club Information:

 

  • Edgewood JCL is hosting a service project to collect gently used formal wear and accessories for Project Prom. They will be collecting any old formal dresses, suits, ties, shoes, and accessories in Mrs. Glenn’s room, room 4-202. Items can be dropped off anytime up until February 26th.

 

  • Spanish Honor TODAY will be in the cafeteria during power hour A to hold sign ups for the World Cup. 9th – 12th grade can participate.

Upcoming Sports:

  • Friday
    • High School Track at Viera . Starts at 3
  • Saturday
    • Varsity Girls Soccer @ Myrtle Sporks Park @ 10 am
    • Boys JV Lacrosse against Holy Trinity at 10 am

Important Edgewood Election information

All application to be an EDGEWOOD class officer or on the Executive Board is due back by  THIS Friday .

 

Senior Projects:

Hey Edgewood!  Come to the cafeteria during Power Hour A & B and buy a T-shirt to support Samir Patel’s senior project.  T-shirts are 12 dollars each and ALL proceeds will be DONATED to:  Who We Play For Organization– in an effort to raise awareness for youth cardiac health.

 

February is Black History Month

  • Jackie Robinson: In the early years of WWII, future baseball legend and sports icon Jackie Robinson was stationed at Fort Riley Kansas, where he attended the Cavalry’s Officer Candidate School. Fort Riley was the cavalry’s training center for officers (and horses) who competed on the US Olympic team for equestrian sports. Robinson was drafted in1942 and played on the Fort’s baseball team, which was comprised entirely of the famous Buffalo soldiers. Boxer Joe Louis, who would become known for his love of showing American Saddlebreds, was also at Fort Riley at the same time – while also holding the title of World Heavyweight Champion. Robinson would go on to become the first black American to play on a major league baseball team as first baseman for the Brooklyn Dodges in 1947.

 

 

Wednesday, February 21st

  • This past Saturday, our middle school Mathletes competed in the MATHCOUNTS district competition. The team won 1stplace overall in the Ciphering round. We also had 3 Mathletes finish in the top 10 for individuals: Kellan Cook in 8th place, Varun Sriramineni in 5th place and Amy Qiao in 4th place! Amy and Varun will be moving on to the State Competition in March! Be sure to congratulate these students when you see them!

 

Sports information for today:

  • Varsity Soccer girls are at Lake Mrytle Sports Park in Auburndale taking on NSU University Sharks in the state semi-finals for 3A soccer

Sports Results:

Club Information:

 

  • Edgewood JCL is hosting a service project to collect gently used formal wear and accessories for Project Prom. They will be collecting any old formal dresses, suits, ties, shoes, and accessories in Mrs. Glenn’s room, room 4-202. Items can be dropped off anytime up until February 26th.

 

  • Spanish Honor Society on tomorrow will be in the cafeteria during power hour A to hold sign ups for the World Cup. 9th – 12th grade can participate.

Upcoming Sports:

  • Thursday
    • Girls and Boys Tennis against MIHS. Boys here at Edgewood, Girls at MI. Matches start at 4
    • Middle School Track at Jackson. Starts at 3
  • Friday
    • High School Track at Viera . Starts at 3
  • Saturday
    • Varsity Girls Soccer @ Myrtle Sporks Park @ 10 am
    • Boys JV Lacrosse against Holy Trinity at 10 am

Important Edgewood Election information

All application to be an EDGEWOOD class officer or on the Executive Board is due back by  THIS Friday .

 

Senior Projects:

Hey Edgewood!  Come to the cafeteria during Power Hour A & B and buy a T-shirt to support Samir Patel’s senior project.  T-shirts are 12 dollars each and ALL proceeds will be DONATED to:  Who We Play For Organization– in an effort to raise awareness for youth cardiac health.

 

February is Black History Month

 

  • Bessie Coleman– the first Black and the first Native American woman pilot. She was known for performing flying tricks. She was inspired to fly by her brothers who came home with stories of their endeavors after they served in the US Military during World War 1. She applied to many flight schools across the country, but no school would take her because she was both Black and a woman. So with the help of a sponsor, she moved to France where she could learn how to fly.

 

Tuesday, February 20th

Sports information for today:

  • Middle School Track at Cocoa High School at 5:30
  • Girls and Boys Tennis against Cocoa High: Girls match here and boys at Cocoa. Matches start at 4
  • Boys Lacrosse first game at Viera. JV @ 5:30 & Varsity @ 7

Sports Results:

  • Congratulations to the 7th grade girls and 8th grade boys track athletes, who won in last week’s meet against Madison, Jefferson, and Emma Jewel. Good luck at tonight’s meet!

Club Information:

 

  • Edgewood JCL is hosting a service project to collect gently used formal wear and accessories for Project Prom. They will be collecting any old formal dresses, suits, ties, shoes, and accessories in Mrs. Glenn’s room, room 4-202. Items can be dropped off anytime up until February 26th.

Upcoming Sports:

  • Wednesday
    • Varsity Soccer girls will be at Lake Mrytle Sports Park in Auburndale taking on NSU University Sharks in the state semi-finals for 3A soccer.. If you see any of the soccer girls wish them luck!!! They ae in the final FOUR!!!!!
  • Thursday
    • Girls and Boys Tennis against MIHS. Boys here at Edgewood, Girls at MI. Matches start at 4
    • Middle School Track at Jackson. Starts at 3
  • Friday
    • High School Track at Viera . Starts at 3
  • Saturday
    • Varsity Girls Soccer @ Myrtle Sporks Park @ 10 am
    • Boys JV Lacrosse against Holy Trinity at 10 am

Senior Projects:

  • Bailey Smith is sponsoring the tri sports challenge as her senior project. This event is today after school. Also there will be Jeremiah Italian Ice after school on Friday before the event. Event starts at 3.

Important Edgewood Election information

All application to be an EDGEWOOD class officer or on the Executive Board is due back by  THIS Friday .

 Important College  & career information:

The Edgewood Career Fair is tomorrow. You will need a permission slip to go. Also, if you are old enough to work summer jobs, some organizations may be hiring (lifeguards, camp counselors, etc.), so bring your resume if you are interested in that and be ready to interview at the end of the event (11:00-11:30).

February is Black History Month

 

  • Katherine Johnson: was an American mathematician whose calculations of orbital mechanics as a NASA employee were critical to the success of the first and subsequent U.S. crewed spaceflights. She learned how to solve big problems by using math, especially geometry. Geometry is a kind of maththat uses lines, shapes and angles. Katherine studied hard. She graduated from college when she was So, today we celebrate Katherine Johnson!

Thursday, February 15th

  • Attention Seniors!
    • Grad Bash will be held April 12that Universal Studios.  Tickets are on sale now for $130.00    . Last day to purchase tickets is FRIDAY! Remember your forms to purchase your ticket

Sports information for today:

  • Middle School track at Astronaut at 6
  • Girls and boys tennis take on Cocoa beach at Cocoa Beach at 4

Sports Results:

  • The Varsity Girl’s Soccer team are Regional Champs! They are headed to State Semifinals next Wednesday. The score was 2-0 with Gigi and Andrea getting goals. We are so proud of the whole team and it shows that hard work pays off. So now they are in the final four! They will play NSU University Sharks next Wednesday morning at 10 am at Lake Mrytle Sports Park in Auburndale

Club Information:

 

  • Edgewood JCL is hosting a service project to collect gently used formal wear and accessories for Project Prom. They will be collecting any old formal dresses, suits, ties, shoes, and accessories in Mrs. Glenn’s room, room 4-202. Items can be dropped off anytime up until February 26th.

Upcoming Sports:

  • Saturday
    • HS Track at Astronaut at 9 am

 

Senior Projects:

  • Last day to help Bella with her senior project for the homeless is TOMORROW What is needed: Large 3 in 1 bodywash, backpacks, flashlights, and blankets. However, other items like toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, combs, etc., are also needed.
  • Bailey Smith is sponsoring the tri sports challenge as her senior project. This event is tomorrow after school. Also there will be Jeremiah Italian Ice after school on Friday before the event. Event starts at 3.

 

Middle School Dance: An Evening in Paris

  • The middle school dance today is the LAST day to purchase your ticket! It is $15 and you must have your form.

Important Edgewood Election information

All application to be an EDGEWOOD class officer or on the Executive Board is due back by Friday February 23rd.

 

Important College information:

  • Attention Seniors: If you do not yet have the scores you need to meet the minimal threshold for Bright Futures and would like to take the SAT at school on Mar. 5, bring cash or a check for $60 to Ms. Cofer in Guidance. If you would also like to sign up for the intensive SAT prep the week before the test, bring cash or a separate check for $50 to Ms. Cofer.

 

  • TODAY there will be a Career Panel in the Gym during Power Hour A and B. We will have 7 Business and Finance professionals here to talk about what they do, how they got there, and will take student questions. Pick up a permission form in Guidance or print from Google Classroom and bring to the gym with you.

 

  • Seniors, don’t forget to sign up for FAFSA Night Thursday night. You and your parent should have already set up your FSA ID and bring a device to the event.

 

February is Black History Month

  • Condoleezza Rice is an American diplomat, political scientist, civil servant, and professor who is the current director of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University which is a public policy think tank. She was the first Black woman to serve as the United States’ national security adviser, as well as the first Black woman to serve as U.S. Secretary of State under President George W Bush. She replaced Colin Powell who was the first Black American Secretary of State. Colin Powell was a son of Jamaican immigrants. He was a retired four star general before he was Secretary of State as well as working in the following different pollical departments: Office of Management & Budget, National Security Council, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Both Secretary Rice and Powell are great Americans who have served our country well.

 

 

Wednesday, February 14th

  • Attention Seniors!
    • Grad Bash will be held April 12that Universal Studios.  Tickets are on sale now for $130.00    until Friday, February 16th in Mrs. Noah’s room, 3-104.   THIS IS THE LAST WEEK YOU CAN PURCHASE A TICKET> No tickets will be sold after February 16th. You must have a signed permission slip to purchase a ticket, no exceptions.  Permission slips are available in Mrs. Noah’s room.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Noah.

Sports information for today:

  • Girls varsity soccer regional match against Kings Academy here at Edgewood at 6. Come out and support our girls!!!
  • Boys varsity lacrosse at MCC at 6
  • Girls Basketball regional quarterfinal against Windemere Prep at Windemere Prep at 7 pm

Club Information:

  • Edgewood JCL is hosting a service project to collect gently used formal wear and accessories for Project Prom. They will be collecting any old formal dresses, suits, ties, shoes, and accessories in Mrs. Glenn’s room, room 4-202. Items can be dropped off anytime up until February 26th.

Upcoming Sports:

  • Thursday
    • Middle School track at Astronaut at 6
    • Girls and boys tennis take on Cocoa beach at Cocoa Beach at 4
  • Saturday
    • HS Track at Astronaut at 9 am

Senior Projects:

  • Last day to help Bella with her senior project for the homeless is Friday. What is needed: Large 3 in 1 bodywash, backpacks, flashlights, and blankets. However, other items like toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, combs, etc., are also needed.
  • Bailey Smith is sponsoring the tri sports challenge as her senior project. Its this Friday after school. Also there will be Jeremiah Italian Ice after school on Friday before the event. Event starts at 3.

Middle School Dance: An Evening in Paris

  • The middle school dance is this FRIDAY, from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm in the cafeteria. Mandatory parent permission slips MUST completed by parents before purchasing  a ticket. Tickets are $15 and will be on sale outside Ms Luebcke room 4-102  TODAY  through Thursday Feb 15. No ticket sales on Friday and no ticket sales at the door. TOMORROW is the LAST day to purchase a ticket

Important Edgewood Election information

All application to be an EDGEWOOD class officer or on the Executive Board is due back by Friday February 23rd.

Important College information:

  • Attention Seniors: If you do not yet have the scores you need to meet the minimal threshold for Bright Futures and would like to take the SAT at school on Mar. 5, bring cash or a check for $60 to Ms. Cofer in Guidance. If you would also like to sign up for the intensive SAT prep the week before the test, bring cash or a separate check for $50 to Ms. Cofer.
  • TOMORROW there will be a Career Panel in the Gym during Power Hour A and B. We will have 7 Business and Finance professionals here to talk about what they do, how they got there, and will take student questions. Pick up a permission form in Guidance or print from Google Classroom and bring to the gym with you.
  • Seniors, don’t forget to sign up for FAFSA Night Thursday night. You and your parent should have already set up your FSA ID and bring a device to the event.

February is Black History Month

  • Big Mama Thornton is a black American rhythm-and-blues singer and songwriter She was  first  to sing the track “Hound Dog.” This credit is usually given to Elvis. Big Mama only was given $500 dollars for the song. Her compositions include more than 20 blues songs and she was finally inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame.

Tuesday, February 13th

  • Attention Seniors!
    • Grad Bash will be held April 12that Universal Studios.  Tickets are on sale now for $130.00    until Friday, February 16th in Mrs. Noah’s room, 3-104.   THIS IS THE LAST WEEK YOU CAN PURCHASE A TICKET> No tickets will be sold after February 16th. You must have a signed permission slip to purchase a ticket, no exceptions.  Permission slips are available in Mrs. Noah’s room.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Noah.

Attention All of Edgewood:

  • The class of 2024 Senior Projects are in full swing. As you move through the halls, please enjoy looking at and reading this year’s Senior Signs of Commitment hanging in the glass cases: by the cafeteria, building 3 stairs, the front office and by the teachers workroom down stairs. The seniors appreciate your support.

Sports information for today:

  • Middle School track at Cocoa at 5:30
  • Girls and Boys tennis take on Rockledge at Rockledge at 4

Sports Results:

Club Information:

  • BETA club remember to bring in your dog or cat food for our service project to help the Humane Society. Dry Pet food is due by TOMORROW because we love animals

 

  • Edgewood JCL is hosting a service project to collect gently used formal wear and accessories for Project Prom. They will be collecting any old formal dresses, suits, ties, shoes, and accessories in Mrs. Glenn’s room, room 4-202. Items can be dropped off anytime up until February 26th.

 

  • The Cultural Diversity Club has a banquet meeting on Today in Mrs. Noah’s room. Sign up to bring snacks!

Upcoming Sports:

  • Wednesday
    • Girls varsity soccer regional match against Kings Academy here at Edgewood at 6
    • Boys varsity lacrosse at MCC at 6
    • Girls Basketball regional quarterfinal against Windemere Prep at Windemere Prep at 7 pm
  • Thursday
    • Middle School track at Astronaut at 6
    • Girls and boys tennis take on Cocoa beach at Cocoa Beach at 4
  • Saturday
    • HS Track at Astronaut at 9 am

 

Monday, February 12th

  • Attention Seniors!
    • Grad Bash will be held April 12that Universal Studios.  Tickets are on sale now for $130.00    until Friday, February 16th in Mrs. Noah’s room, 3-104.   THIS IS THE LAST WEEK YOU CAN PURCHASE A TICKET> No tickets will be sold after February 16th. You must have a signed permission slip to purchase a ticket, no exceptions.  Permission slips are available in Mrs. Noah’s room.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Noah.

 

Sports information for today:

  • Boys varsity lacrosse have an away game against Holy Trinty at 6 pm

Sports Results:

  • The girls varsity Soccer team WON on Friday night against St Paul Academy 4 – 0!!! Gigi got 3 goals and Andrea 1. Assists by Olivia, Lix and Taylor. Emma owned the goal with 7 saves. Great job girls now they go on to regionals which will be at Edgewood on Wednesday at 6 pm against King’s academy

Club Information:

  • TODAY Travel Club will have a meeting on how to pack for travel in Mrs Reninger’s room 13-103
  • BETA club remember to bring in your dog or cat food for our service project to help the Humane Society. Dry Pet food is due THIS WEDNESDAY because we love animals
  • Edgewood JCL is hosting a service project to collect gently used formal wear and accessories for Project Prom. They will be collecting any old formal dresses, suits, ties, shoes, and accessories in Mrs. Glenn’s room, room 4-202. Items can be dropped off anytime up until February 26th.
  • The Cultural Diversity Club has a banquet meeting on Tuesday in Mrs. Noah’s room. Sign up to bring snacks!

Upcoming Sports:

  • Tuesday
    • Middle School track at Cocoa at 5:30
    • Girls and Boys tennis take on Rockledge at Rockledge at 4
  • Wednesday
    • Girls varsity soccer regional match against Kings Academy here at Edgewood at 6
    • Boys varsity lacrosse at MCC at 6
    • Girls Basketball regional quarterfinal against Windemere Prep at Windemere Prep at 7 pm
  • Thursday
    • Middle School track at Astronaut at 6
    • Girls and boys tennis take on Cocoa beach at Cocoa Beach at 4
  • Saturday
    • HS Track at Astronaut at 9 am

 

 

Senior Projects:

  • Going on until Wednesday Jade Ussery will be collecting pet toys, blankets, and towels for the SPCA shelter for her senior project. Donations will be accepted in the science building hallway, Mrs. Snyder’s room 4-103, Mr. Muir’s room 3-103, and Mrs. Ingleton’s Room 2-105
  • Bella Wetzel will be hosting a competition between homerooms to see who can donate the most hygiene products. The drive will end this FRIDAY and the overall winner will receive a donut party and 10 extra homeroom points. A paper bag will be placed in each teacher’s classroom to collect the items. Right now, these items are needed the most: Large 3 in 1 bodywash, backpacks, flashlights, and blankets. However, other items like toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, combs, etc., are also needed. All items are greatly appreciated and will go to a good cause.
  • “Come support Matthew Janke’s senior project and come watch seniors take on teachers in a ping pong tournament. It will be held TOMORROW after school in the cafeteria. Tickets will be during power hour A outside the cafeteria!” Ticket prices: $3 presale and $5 at the door.
  • Bailey Smith is sponsoring the tri sports challenge as her senior project. Event Date: Friday February 16th after school at 3 pm . tickets can be purchased during lunch or at the door for $5. There will be a special performance by Evan Weber a 10th grader rapper will be spitting bars at half time. Also before the event, Jeremiah Italian Ice will be in the senior parking lot selling sweet treats. Come support this project which will benefit the Haven For Children.

 

Middle School Dance: An Evening in Paris

  • The middle school dance is this FRIDAY, from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm in the cafeteria. Dress code is semi-formal! That means boys in pants and dress shirts & girls in slacks or dresses. Mandatory parent permission slips MUST completed by parents before purchasing  a ticket. Tickets are $15 and will be on sale outside Ms Luebcke room 4-102  All forms are in your Language Arts  classes (English Classes) . You cannot purchase a ticket without your parent completed form. Tickets go on sale starting TODAY  through Thursday Feb 15. No ticket sales on Friday and no ticket sales at the door.

Forms for non-Edgewood students due back TODAY.

 

Important Edgewood Election information

Interested in being a class officer next year or being part of the Student Government Executive Board? You can pick up application from the following:

  • Current 7th graders : Mrs. Luebcke room 4-102
  • Current 8th graders to current 11th graders: Mrs. Robbins room 3-105

All application need to be completed and returned by Friday February 23rd.

 

 

 

Important College information:

  • Attention Seniors: If you do not yet have the scores you need to meet the minimal threshold for Bright Futures and would like to take the SAT at school on Mar. 5, bring cash or a check for $60 to Ms. Cofer in Guidance. If you would also like to sign up for the intensive SAT prep the week before the test, bring cash or a separate check for $50 to Ms. Cofer.

 

  • CareerSource Brevard will be on campus Tuesday, February 13th in Mrs. Robbins room during Power Hour. Anyone who would like information on creating a resume and how to interview for a job should plan to attend. We will be having a Career Exploration Showcase later this month and some businesses may want to interview some juniors or seniors for summer jobs.

 

  • Thursday, February 15th there will be a Career Panel in the Gym during Power Hour. 6 Business and Finance professionals will be here to talk about what they do, how they got there, and will take student questions. Pick up a permission form in Guidance or print from Google Classroom and bring to the gym with you.

 

  • Seniors, don’t forget to sign up for FAFSA Night Thursday night. You and your parent should have already set up your FSA ID and bring a device to the event.

February is Black History Month

  • Thurgood Marshal: was an influential leader of the civil rights movement. He also had a profound contribution to the NAACP and his legacy lives on in the pursuit of racial justice. Thurgood Marshallfounded LDF in 1940 and served as its first Director-Counsel. As a practicing attorney, Marshall argued a record-breaking 32 cases before the Supreme Court, winning 29 of them.  On June 13, 1967, President Lyndon BJohnson nominated this distinguished civil rights lawyer who became the first black American to be nominated and confirmed to the United States Supreme Court. During his 24 years on the high court, Associate Justice Marshall consistently challenged discrimination based on race and people’s rights. He retired in 1991, and two years later passed away. Today we honor Thurgood Marshall

 

 Friday, February 9th

  • Attention Seniors!
    • Grad Bash will be held April 12that Universal Studios.  Tickets are on sale f now for $130.00    until Friday, February 16th in Mrs. Noah’s room, 3-104.  No tickets will be sold after February 16th. You must have a signed permission slip to purchase a ticket, no exceptions.  Permission slips are available in Mrs. Noah’s room.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Noah.

Sports News:

  • Girls Soccer Reginal Semifinals here at Edgewood at 7 pm against St John Paul
  • Girls Basketball District Final away at Cocoa Beach 7 pm

 

Girls good luck! We are so proud of both our girls teams as they had to semi finals and districts tonight

Sports Results:

Club Information:

  • ON Monday, February 12th, Travel Club will have a meeting on how to pack for travel in Mrs Reninger’s room 13-103
  • BETA club remember to bring in your dog or cat food for our service project to help the Humane Society. Dry Pet food is due by Feb 14th because we love animals
  • Edgewood JCL is hosting a service project to collect gently used formal wear and accessories for Project Prom. They will be collecting any old formal dresses, suits, ties, shoes, and accessories in Mrs. Glenn’s room, room 4-202. Items can be dropped off anytime up until February 26th.

Upcoming Sports:

Senior Projects:

  • Going on until February 14, Jade Ussery will be collecting pet toys, blankets, and towels for the SPCA shelter for her senior project. Donations will be accepted in the science building hallway, Mrs. Snyder’s room 4-103, Mr. Muir’s room 3-103, and Mrs. Ingleton’s Room 2-105
  • Bella Wetzel will be hosting a competition between homerooms to see who can donate the most hygiene products. The drive will be hosted from February 5 to the 16th and the overall winner will receive a donut party and 10 extra homeroom points. A paper bag will be placed in each teacher’s classroom to collect the items. Right now, these items are needed the most: Large 3 in 1 bodywash, backpacks, flashlights, and blankets. However, other items like toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, combs, etc., are also needed. All items are greatly appreciated and will go to a good cause.
  • “Come support Matthew Janke’s senior project and come watch seniors take on teachers in a ping pong tournament. It will be held on February 13th after school in the cafeteria. Tickets will be sold every day during power hour a outside the cafeteria!” Ticket prices: $3 presale and $5 at the door.

Middle School Dance: An Evening in Paris

  • The middle school dance is next Friday, Feb 16th, from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm in the cafeteria. Dress code is semi-formal! That means boys in pants and dress shirts & girls in slacks or dresses. Mandatory parent permission slips MUST completed by parents before purchasing  a ticket. Tickets are $15 and will be on sale outside Ms Luebcke room 4-102  All forms are in your Language Arts  classes (English Classes) . You cannot purchase a ticket without your parent completed form. Tickets go on sale starting Monday Feb 12th  through Thursday Feb 15. No ticket sales on Friday and no ticket sales at the door.

Forms for non-Edgewood students, can be picked up at the front office in the kiosk . They are due no later than Monday the 12th. Which means you need to get the form today! Get that form completed and then turned into the front office on Monday.

 

Important Edgewood Election information

Interested in being a class officer next year or being part of the Student Government Executive Board? You can  pick up application from the following:

  • Current 7th graders : Mrs. Luebcke room 4-102
  • Current 8th graders to current 11th graders: Mrs. Robbins room 3-105 Power Hour A only

All application need to be completed and returned by Friday February 23rd. Students will campaign March 4th through the 7th with voting in their google classrooms on Friday March 8th.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Robbins or Mrs. Luebcke

JUNIOR GIRLS:
GIRLS STATE (Juniors Only)
The Girls State Application is available now. The applications are posted in  Google Classroom, or you can pick up one in guidance. All applications are due back to guidance on Feb 16th.

Important College information:

  • Attention Seniors: If you do not yet have the scores you need to meet the minimal threshold for Bright Futures and would like to take the SAT at school on Mar. 5, bring cash or a check for $60 to Ms. Cofer in Guidance. If you would also like to sign up for the intensive SAT prep the week before the test, bring cash or a separate check for $50 to Ms. Cofer. “Please bring separate checks for the test and the test prep.”
  • CareerSource Brevard will be on campus Tuesday, February 13th in Robbins room 3-105 during Power Hour. Anyone who would like information on creating a resume and how to interview for a job should plan to attend. We will be having a Career Exploration Showcase later this month and some businesses may want to interview some juniors or seniors for summer jobs

February is Black History Month

 George Washington Carver : After slavery was abolished, MosesCarver and his wife, Susan, raised George and his older brother, James, as their own children. They encouraged George to continue his intellectual pursuits, and “Aunt Susan” taught him the basics of reading and writing. Being originally a slave, then raised by the Carvers, he became an  agricultural scientist who invented more than 300 products from the peanut plant. George Washington Carver is known for his work with peanuts (though he did not invent peanut butter, as some may believe)

Wednesday, February 7th

Important Information

  • Carson Hunt is collecting donations for his Eagle Scout Project. He is collecting new blankets to put in comfort duffle bags for incoming foster children through the department of children and families. Any size is appreciated. You can bring the blankets to a collection bin in either Mrs. Robbins or Mrs. Phillips room. Please help support this endeavor. These are NEW blankets
  • Attention Seniors!
    • Grad Bash will be held April 12that Universal Studios.  Tickets will go on sale for $130.00    until Friday, February 16th in Mrs. Noah’s room, 3-104.  No tickets will be sold after February 16th. You must have a signed permission slip to purchase a ticket, no exceptions.  Permission slips are available in Mrs. Noah’s room.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Noah.
  • Volunteers Needed this Saturday, 2/10, 10 am – 4 pm, for the 12th Annual Pioneer Day!  The location is at Sams House/Pine Island in north Merritt Island.  Park at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and take the shuttle bus to Sams. Volunteers who work at least two hours will get a free lunch (pizza). Help is needed with children’s games, parking, history and nature exhibitors, etc. Contact Diane Stees at [email protected] to volunteer.
  • The 3d art classes have installed the annual show of figure sculptures throughout campus. Please enjoy looking at them but do not touch them. Again DO NOT TOUCH THEM<

Sports News:

  • Girls Basketball District Semifinals away at Cocoa Beach against “To be determined”

 

Sports Results:

  • Edgewood girls varsity Soccer WON last night against cardinal Newman. Score was 4-1 . Awesome job girls. Goals were by Mia, Gigi, and Andrea. Assists were by Gige, Andrea and liz. Emma had 4 amazing saves. They are advancing onto Regional Semi-finals against St John Paul this Friday here at Edgewood.

Club Information:

  • March of Dimes meeting this Thursday power hour B in Ms. Al-Shihabi’s room!”
  • On Monday, February 12th, Travel Club will have a meeting on how to pack for travel in Mrs Reninger’s room 13-103
  • Tomorrow , during Power Hour A, Nika Gividen’s will be presenting her check to “Call Out” that she earned for her 5K run for their non profit. Please come out and cheer on Nika as she gives them a check for $5000.00
  • DECA will be having meeting on Thursday Power Hour A in Mrs Baker’s room (Portable 4)

Upcoming Sports:

  • Thursday
    • Boys Tennis home against Astronaut and Girls Tennis away against Astronaut. Matches start at 4
  • Friday
    • Girls Soccer Reginal Semifinals here at Edgewood at 7 pm
    • Girls Basketball District Final away at Cocoa Beach 7 pm

 

 

 

Senior Projects:

  • Going on until February 14, Jade Ussery will be collecting pet toys, blankets, and towels for the SPCA shelter for her senior project. Donations will be accepted in the science building hallway, Mrs. Snyder’s room 4-103, Mr. Muir’s room 3-103, and Mrs. Ingleton’s

Room 2-105.

  • Bella Wetzel will be hosting a competition between homerooms to see who can donate the most hygiene products. The drive will be hosted from February 5 to the 16th and the overall winner will receive a donut party and 10 extra homeroom points. A paper bag will be placed in each teacher’s classroom to collect the items. Right now, these items are needed the most: Large 3 in 1 bodywash, backpacks, flashlights, and blankets. However, other items like toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, combs, etc., are also needed. All items are greatly appreciated and will go to a good cause.
  • Come support Matthew Janke’s senior project and come watch seniors take on teachers in a ping pong tournament. It will be held on February 13th after school in the cafeteria. Tickets will be sold every day during power hour a outside the cafeteria!” Ticket prices: $3 presale and $5 at the door.

Middle School Dance

  • The middle school dance is next Friday, Feb 16th, from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm in the cafeteria. Dress code is semi-formal! That means boys in pants and dress shirts & girls in slacks or dresses. Mandatory parent permission slips MUST completed by parents before purchasing  a ticket. Tickets are $15 and will be on sale outside Ms Luebcke room 4-102  All forms are in your Language Arts  classes (English Classes) . You cannot purchase a ticket without your parent completed form. Tickets go on sale starting Monday Feb 12th  through Thursday Feb 15. No ticket sales on Friday and no ticket sales at the door.

Forms for non-Edgewood students, can be picked up at the front office in the kiosk . They are due no later than Monday the 12th. Which means you need to get the form today! Get that form completed and then turned into the front office on Monday.

 

Important Election information

Interested in being a class officer next year or being part of the Student Government Executive Board? You can  pick up application from the following:

  • Current 7th graders : Mrs. Luebcke room 4-102
  • Current 8th graders to current 11th graders: Mrs. Robbins room 3-105 Power Hour A only

All application need to be completed and returned by Friday February 23rd. Students will campaign March 4th through the 7th with voting in their google classrooms on Friday March 8th.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Robbins or Mrs. Luebcke

JUNIOR GIRLS:
GIRLS STATE (Juniors Only)
The Girls State Application is available now. The applications are posted in  Google Classroom, or you can pick up one in guidance. All applications are due back to guidance on Feb 16th.

 

Important College information:

 

  • Attention Seniors: If you do not yet have the scores you need to meet the minimal threshold for Bright Futures and would like to take the SAT at school on Mar. 5, bring cash or a check for $60 to Ms. Cofer in Guidance. If you would also like to sign up for the intensive SAT prep the week before the test, bring cash or a separate check for $50 to Ms. Cofer. “Please bring separate checks for the test and the test prep.”

 

  • CareerSource Brevard will be on campus Tuesday, February 13th in Mrs. Robbins room 3-105 during Power Hour. Anyone who would like information on creating a resume and how to interview for a job should plan to attend. We will be having a Career Exploration Showcase later this month and some businesses may want to interview some juniors or seniors for summer jobs.

 

 

February is Black History Month

  • Harry T Moore: was a Black-American educator, a pioneer leader of the civil rights movement, founder of the first branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Brevard County, Florida, and president of the Florida state chapter of the NAACP. He and his wife were murdered on Christmas Day (their silver anniversary) when a bomb, set by the Klan, blew up their home in Mims, Florida.

Wednesday, Oct. 18th

Important Information

  • The speech and debate team will be selling BOO GRAMS during both lunches starting today (Tuesday) through Monday, October 23rd. You can purchase BOO GRAMS: ONE for $3  or TWO for $5. Bring some Halloween fun to someone special!

ALL BOO GRAMS  will be delivered to students in their fourth period class on October 31st.

Make sure you know your friends’ fourth period teacher when you purchase the BOO GRAM!

Sports News:

  • Girls Soccer: Tryouts for girls soccer will be after school today through Friday.

 

  • Boys Soccer Tryouts will be TODAY after school from 4 -5:30. Submit all paperwork prior to tryouts

Games or Matches today:

  • Golf at Cape Coast Conference

Sports Results

  • The varsity volleyball team took care of business with a straight set win over Cocoa Beach in the District semi finals. Outstanding play by Macy .Ryah, and Reese,.The red wolves will take on Holy Trinity in the District Championship match on Thursdays 6pm at Holy Trinity.
  • Both the Girls and Boys Swim and Dive Teams were District Runner Up’s at yesterday’s District meet. Individual District Champs were: Connor Brown in the 200 Freestyle, Aaron Gordon in the 100 Freestyle, Boys 400 Freestyle Relay that consisted of: William Struble, Connor Brown, Gavin Kirby, and Aaron Gordon.Also, Annabelle Rawl broke the school record in the Girls 100 Back with a time of 1:05.Congratulations to both teams
  • Bowling News: see attach

Senior Project  information

  • Attention All Artists: If you would like to participate in an art showcase/contest to support Simone Semper’s senior project,  make sure you sign up on the Google form in your graduation year’s Google classroom. You’ll also be able to find QR codes to sign up posted outside Ms. Snyder’s room (4-103), Ms. Flint’s room (4-106),  Ms. Ingleton’s room (2-205),  Guidance, and the Cafeteria. Forms close this Saturday 10/21 at midnight!  All the instructions for the showcase/contest will be in the Google form.

 

Middle School Dance:

  • Tickets will go on sale on this Monday for $15 each. Remember you must have your permission form signed and with you to purchase a ticket. We will only be selling tickets on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. We will not sell tickets on Friday or at the door of the dance. If you are purchasing a ticket for an outside . Remember it is semi formal and the theme is tropical luah.

 

CLUB Information:

  • Beta Members, remember your cards are due next Tuesday at our meeting in the gym power hour A. You can drop off your cards early in Mrs Robbins room if you want.

Upcoming  Sports

Thursday

  • Golf at Cape Coast Conference
  • Cross Country Away
  • Girls Varsity Volleyball Away at MCC

Have a wonderful Wednesday   Remember today 7 -9th go to homeroom right after 4th and 10th – 12th go to lunch. Today is our first Mental Health Wednesday.     Tuesday, Oct. 17th

Important Information

  • There will be a dual enrollment meeting today in the media center at 11:50 for all students who are scheduled to take a dual enrollment class second semester. Counselors will explain the new registration process.
  • The speech and debate team will be selling BOO GRAMS during both lunches starting today (Tuesday) through Monday, October 23rd. You can purchase 

 

  • BOO GRAMS: ONE for $3  or TWO for $5. Bring some Halloween fun to someone special!

ALL BOO GRAMS  will be delivered to students in their fourth period class on October 31st.

Make sure you know your friends’ fourth period teacher when you purchase the BOO GRAM!

Sports News:

  • Girls Soccer: Tryouts for girls soccer will be after school today through Friday.

 

  • Boys Soccer Tryouts will be TODAY and Wednesday after school from 4 -5:30. Submit all paperwork prior to tryouts

   Games or Matches today:

  • Bowling Cape Coast Conference today
  • Swim is at Districts today
  • Girls varsity Volleyball away

Sports Results

Senior Project  information

  • Attention All Artists: If you would like to participate in an art showcase/contest to support Simone Semper’s senior project,  make sure you sign up on the Google form in your graduation year’s Google classroom. You’ll also be able to find QR codes to sign up posted outside Ms. Snyder’s room (4-103), Ms. Flint’s room (4-106),  Ms. Ingleton’s room (2-205),  Guidance, and the Cafeteria. Forms close this Saturday 10/21 at midnight!  All the instructions for the showcase/contest will be in the Google form.

CLUB Information:

Meetings Today

  • Astro Club, meeting PH A in Mr Cilsick room

 

 

 

 

Monday Sept 18th

Sports News:

  • Volleyball has an away game against Merritt Island High, first game starts at 5:15. Come up the street and support our girls

 

  • “If you are in middle school and interested in playing basketball, there will be an open gym Tuesday, September 19th, in the gym before school from 7:00-8:00 am. Please see Coach Muir if you have any questions.”

 

Upcoming  Sports

  • Tuesday
    • Bowling has an away game against MICS
    • Boys golf is away against Merritt Island
    • Girls golf is home against Merritt Island
    • Swim team has an away match against Titusville
  • Wednesday
    • Bowling has an away match against Cocoa
    • Girls volleyball is away against Space Coast
  • Thursday
    • Boys Golf is home against Cocoa
    • Girls Golf is away against Cocoa
  • Saturday
    • Cross country has a meet against Rockledge

Sports Results:

HOCO NEWS:

  • Juniors and Seniors, want to bring an outside guest to HOCO, you need to pick up a form from Mrs. Robbins in room 3-105. Or the front office. Guest forms need to be complete before you can purchase a ticket. Only juniors and seniors can invite one outside guest
  • If you are running for HOCO court, there is a meeting TODAY during POWER HOUR A in Mrs Robbins room 3-105

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLUB Information:

  • Club Meetings TODAY
    • Travel Club has a meeting TODAY, during Power Hour A in Mrs. Reninger’s room 13- 103. The Topic will be “ Respecting Other Cultures When Traveling”
    • The first Spanish Honor Society meeting is TODAY during Power Hour B in Mrs. Murphy’s room, 4-203.  Please bring your permission slip and dues if you have not already turned them in.
  • Club Meetings on Tuesday
    • BETA Club: Meet in the Gym power hour A. All forms and monies need to be turned in on Monday before the meeting on Tuesday. If you are dropping off forms or monies, it needs to be during POWER HOUR A. Mrs Robbins is NOT in her room during power hour B
  • Club Meetings on Wednesday
    • Children ‘s Hunger project Meeting WEDNESDAY during power hour A The meeting will take place in room 13-103.  If you have not picked up a club form, they are located in building 13 on the Children’s Hunger Project board.
    • Junior Class Officer Meeting in Ms Allreds room 2-205 during power hour A

Important Information

  • Do you need a retake of your school pictures? Picture retakes are scheduled for TOMORROW . Please see Mr. Vickers in room 6-103 for an appointment time.

 

  • Yesterday, Sept 17th was National Constitutional Day. It was Written in 1787, ratified in 1788, and in operation since 1789, the United States Constitution is the world’s longest surviving written charter of government
    • In Honor of Constitutional Day , can everyone stand as we all recite the Preamble to the Constitution:
    • We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

 

 

 

  • Attention Seniors!
    • Beginning TODAY, tickets for the Senior Color Run after school on Friday 9/22 will be sold during Power Hour in Mrs. Noah’s room 3-104.  Tickets are $5 and you must have your senior event form on file to participate!  Senior Wall handprints will also be done after school right before the color run!

 

Upcoming College Visits (High School only)

You must have a completed college rep visit permission form on file. Get one in Guidance.

  • Tuesday, 9/19: Nova Southeastern will be in Ms. Snyder’s room during Power Hour. Come hear about all NSU has to offer!
  • Wednesday, 9/20: Rollins College will be in Portable 5 9:00-9:45. You must sign up on the Google Form in Classroom and get permission from your 1st and 2nd period teachers.
  • Wednesday, 9/27: University of Florida will be in the Media Center 8:30-9:15. You must sign up on the Google Form in Classroom and get permission from your 1st period teacher.
  • Wednesday, 9/27: Florida Southern will be in Portable 5 10:00-10:45. You must sign up on the Google Form in Classroom and get permission from your 2nd and 3rd period teachers

Wednesday, Sept 13th

Sports News:

  • Volleyball has a Home game against Cocoa. Freshmen @ 55:15/JV @ 6;15/Varsity @ 7:15 Its PJ Day, so wear your best school appropriate PJs to the GAME

 

  • “If you are in middle school and interested in playing basketball, there will be an open gym Tuesday, September 19th, in the gym before school from 7:00-8:00 am. Please see Coach Muir if you have any questions.”

 

Upcoming  Sports

  • Thursday
    • Boys Golf home against Rockledge
    • Girls Golf away against Rockledge
    • Swim team have an away meet against West Shore
  • Friday
    • Volleyball HOME against West Shore . This is Senior night, come out and support our seniors . Freshmen @ 5:15/ JV @ 6:15/Seniors @ 7:15.
  • Saturday
    • Cross Country runners will be at Spruce Creek.

Sports Results:

  • Boys Swim and Dive team defeated Rockledge 61 to 49. Individual event winners were: Gavin Kirby, Aaron Gordon and Christopher Teufer.

 

  • Girls Swim and Dive individual event winners against Rockledge were: Veronica Peters and Noemi Thibault

 

  • The boys bowling team took on Astronaut at Shore Lanes yesterday.  We swept the match taking all 7 points to bring home the win!!   Our bench rolls deep, every player contributed to the victory!  Nice score shout out to Anderson Aiken with a 213!

 

HOCO NEWS:

  • High School Students. Interested in running for homecoming court stop by Mrs Robbins room 3-105 to pick up the forms to run. All forms need to be turned back to Mrs Robbins by Friday Sept 15th . Again, you want to run for HOCO court, you must pick up your forms and return them by Friday!
  • Juniors and Seniors, want to bring an outside guest to HOCO, you need to pick up a form from Mrs. Robbins in room 3-105. Or the front office. Guest forms need to be complete before you can purchase a ticket. Only juniors and seniors can invite one outside guest

 

CLUB Information:

  • BETA members, you need to get your forms and dues into Mrs Robbins by Monday , Sept 18th . Mrs Robbins is only in her room during POWER HOUR A. Please come right after 4th period if you have stuff to drop off

 

  • Meeting TODAY during Power HOUR A
    • The first National Honor Society Meeting is TODAY during Power Hour A. Only current members should attend. They will start collecting dues from the first meeting. Senior dues are $25 and Juniors are $20.”Sophomores and Juniors can expect to receive invitations to apply for NHS in their homeroom on FRIDAY.
    • ATTENTION STUDENTS: Interested in opportunities to get more hours? Join the Community Outreach Club for on-campus service projects to receive required service hours. Join us for a meeting this Wednesday in Ms. Glover’s room during Power Hour A.

 

  • Meeting TODAY during Power Hour B
    • Middle School SGA is having  a  meeting   to discuss the fall dance . This is an important planning meeting Power Hour B

 

  • Meetings Tomorrow
    • Homecoming meeting on Thursday, during power hour A in Mrs Robbins room 3-105
  • After School on Friday
    • This Friday, Sept 15th after school in the cafeteria, the Academic Team will be taking on a team of Edgewood teachers! Lets see who is smarter! Come and watch the match of the century.
  • Important Information
    • Do you need a retake of your school pictures? Picture retakes are scheduled for Tuesday, September 19th. Please see Mr. Vickers in room 6-103 for an appointment time.

Monday, Sept 11th

Sports News:

  • Volleyball Teams have an Away  match at Rockledge . Good luck girls!!!

Upcoming  Sports

  • Tuesday
    • Bowling away at Astronaut
    • Girls Golf Home against Titusville
    • Boys Golf Away against Titusville
    • Swimming an away meet against Rockledge
  • Wednesday
    • Home game against Cocoa. Freshmen @ 55:15/JV @ 6;15/Varsity @ 7:15 Its PJ Day, so wear your best school appropriate PJs
  • Thursday
    • Boys Golf home against Rockledge
    • Girls Golf away against Rockledge
    • Swim team have an away meet against West Shore
  • Friday
    • Volleyball HOME against West Shore . This is Senior night, come out and support our seniors . Freshmen @ 5:15/ JV @ 6:15/Seniors @ 7:15.
  • Saturday
    • Cross Country runners will be at Spruce Creek.

 

HOCO NEWS:

  • High School Students. Interested in running for homecoming court stop by Mrs Robbins room 3-105 to pick up the forms to run. All forms need to be turned back to Mrs Robbins by Friday Sept 15th
  • Juniors and Seniors, want to bring an outside guest to HOCO, you need to pick up a form from Mrs. Robbins in room 3-105. Or the front office. Guest forms need to be complete before you can purchase a ticket. Only juniors and seniors can invite one outside guest

CLUB Information:

  • This Friday, Sept 15th after school in the cafeteria, the Academic Team will be taking on a team of Edgewood teachers! Lets see who is smarter! Come and watch the match of the century.
  • Meetings TODAY
    • Attention Spanish Honor Society members!  Our first officer meeting will be on September 11 during Power Hour B in Mrs. Murphy’s room.  Our first full club meeting will be on September 18 during power hour B.  You MUST fill out a permission form in order to attend!  See Señora Murphy to pick one up.  Also, tutoring has already begun – to sign up, please see Google Classroom.  Spanish Honor Society invitations for students in Spanish 4 or higher will be going out soon.
  • Meetings on Tuesday
    • There will be a Model Student Senate Meeting next Tuesday Sep. 12 , Power Hour A in Mrs. Amato’s room 2-204. Be sure to have your permission form turned in by Tuesday to join.”
    • ASTRO CLUB; This is an engineering club that will provide information on all the different fields of engineering. Meeting Tuesday, Power Hour A, in room Mr Cilsick room 13-109
  • Meeting on Wednesday
    • Children ‘s Hunger project Meeting WEDNESDAY during power hour A The meeting will take place in room 13-103.  If you have not picked up a club form, they are located in building 13 on the Children’s Hunger Project board.
    • The first National Honor Society Meeting is Wednesday, September 13th during Power Hour A. Only current members should attend. They will start collecting dues from the first meeting. Senior dues are $25 and Juniors are $20.”
  • Important Information
    • On September 11, 2001, almost 3,000 people lost their lives during the attacks at the Twin Towers, Pentagon and aboard United Airlines Flight 93. At 8:46 a.m. ET, American Airlines Flight 11 (traveling from Boston to Los Angeles) hit the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York City in what we now know as the 9/11 terror attacks. At 9:03 a.m. ET, United Airlines Flight 175 (traveling from Boston to Los Angeles) hit the south tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. At 9:37 a.m. ET, American Airlines Flight 77 (traveling from Dulles, Virginia, to Los Angeles) hit the Pentagon Building in Washington. And at 10:03 a.m. ET, United Airlines Flight 93 (traveling from Newark, New Jersey, to San Francisco) crashed in a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Around the country, people pause to remember those who lost their lives on the anniversaryof the 9/11 attacks, vowing to “never forget.” This year, on the 22nd anniversary of the September 11 tragedy, here are some reflections from others:
      • “If we learn nothing else from this tragedy, we learn that lifeis short and there is no time for hate.”
        Sandy Dahl, wife of Flight 93 pilot

 

  • One of the worst days in America’s history saw some of the bravest acts in Americans’ history. We’ll always honor the heroes of 9/11. And here at this hallowed place, we pledge that we will never forget their sacrifice.”
    —President George W. Bushat the Pentagon in 2008 
  • “We didn’t crumble after 9/11. We didn’t falter after the Boston Marathon. But we’re America. Americans will never, ever stand down. We endure. We overcome. We own the finish line.”
    —President Joe Biden
  • Lets take a moment of silence to remember and honor those that died on Sept 11, 2001

Wednesday, Sept 6th

Sports News:

  • Bowling: remember todays match against Titusville has been moved to Thursday at River Lanes at 4pm, you will be released at 3.
  • Girls Volleyball : Home match against Titusville: Freshmen at 5:15/JV @ 6:15/ Varsity @ 7:15 (USA Theme)
  • Upcoming Sports
    • Thursday
      • Swim team: meet against Cocoa Beach at MIHS pool
      • Bowling: meet against Titusville at River lanes at 4
    • Saturday
      • Cross Country: Away at Astronaut

Sports Results:

  • Volleyball news:
    • Freshmen volleyball won their game last night against MICS. Bella led with 6 kills, Taylor had 6 assists and Myrah had a strong run of 5 aces!!!! Congratulate the team as they head into another game tonight against Titusville
  • In bowling news: The teams took on the Mustangs at Shore Lanes yesterday.
    • The ladies team was on a roll, and brought home the win!  Nice score shout out to Madison Jeremiah with a 132.
    • The boys fought hard but it wasn’t enough to secure the win. Nice score shout out to Ian Harmon with a 257.Practice today at Shore 4pm.  Be sure to bring your spare game!

CLUB Information:

  • On Sept 19th we have a new club starting! Want to come to the “Geology Rocks” CLUB see Ms Kufner for club forms, please pick up these forms and turned them back in before the 19th so we can have our official meetings. Our meetings will be on the first and 3rd Tuesday of every month during power hour B 
  • Attention Future Problem Solvers!  Our first meeting is THIS Friday, September 8 after school.  You MUST turn in a permission slip in order to attend the meeting.  See Mrs. Murphy in room 4-203 to pick up a form.
  • DATE CHANGE The Children ‘s Hunger project meeting will be postponed to Sept 20 during power hour A due to testing.  The meeting will take place in room 13-103.  If you have not picked up a club form, they are located in building 13 on the Children’s Hunger Project board.
  • Attention Spanish Honor Society members!  Our first officer meeting will be on September 11 during Power Hour B in Mrs. Murphy’s room.  Our first full club meeting will be on September 18 during power hour B.  You MUST fill out a permission form in order to attend!  See Señora Murphy to pick one up.  Also, tutoring has already begun – to sign up, please see Google Classroom.  Spanish Honor Society invitations for students in Spanish 4 or higher will be going out soon.
  • Clubs meeting tomorrow, Thursday Sept 7th
    • HS SGA during power hour A in Mrs Robbins’ room 3-105. Just Executives, Presidents, Senators, and secretaries

Important Information

  • Remember : 7th graders, remember tomorrow is the MATH test in the cafeteria. Bring your laptops and make sure they are charged

 

Tuesday,  Sept 5th

Sports News:

  • If you are interested in playing Boys Middle School Basketball, there will be an informational meeting TODAY  in Coach Muir’s room, 3-206, during Power Hour B.” 
  • Interested in being on the Edgewood Girl’s Golf Team? We will have tryouts TODAY , at 4:30 – 5;45 at the Savannah’s Golf Club in North Merritt Island. Open up to 7th graders to seniors. No experience needed.
  • Bowling: home match against Astronaut at shore lane
  • Boys Golf: Away varsity match at Vierra
  • Girls Volleyball: Away match at MICS. Freshmen, JV, & Varsity
  • Upcoming Sports
    • Wednesday
      • Bowling: home match against Titusville at shore lanes
      • Girls Volleyball : Home match against Titusville: Freshmen at 5:15/JV @ 6:15/ Varsity @ 7:15 (USA Theme)
    • Thursday
      • Swim team: meet against Cocoa Beach at MIHS pool
    • Saturday
      • Cross Country: Away at Astronaut

Sports Results:

CLUB Information:

  • On Sept 19th we have a new club starting! Want to come to the “Geology Rocks” CLUB see Ms Kufner for club forms, please pick up these forms and turned them back in before the 19th so we can have our official meetings. Our meetings will be on the first and 3rd Tuesday of every month during power hour B 
  • Attention Future Problem Solvers!  Our first meeting is THIS Friday, September 8 after school.  You MUST turn in a permission slip in order to attend the meeting.  See Mrs. Murphy in room 4-203 to pick up a form.
  • Attention Spanish Honor Society members!  Our first officer meeting will be on September 11 during Power Hour B in Mrs. Murphy’s room.  Our first full club meeting will be on September 18 during power hour B.  You MUST fill out a permission form in order to attend!  See Señora Murphy to pick one up.  Also, tutoring has already begun – to sign up, please see Google Classroom.  Spanish Honor Society invitations for students in Spanish 4 or higher will be going out soon.
  • The following clubs have a meeting on TODAY
    • “Do you love to sing and wish you had an audience?!!  Well, here’s your chance!  Join the Karaoke Club and sing your heart out with friends on Tuesdays after first lunch in Ms. Teplica’s room 3-108.  Stop by her room to get a permission form.  Karaoke Club’s start-up meeting is Tuesday, Sept. 5thduring B lunch.”
    • Tennis club starts TODAY at 3:45  -5:00pm.Make sure to bring your own tennis equipment  tennis rackets, balls and water

Important Information

  • Remember
    • All 7th to 10th graders, we will have the PM 1 FAST ELA test is TOMORROW at 8:30 All students will report to their homeroom for these tests.
    • 11th & 12th graders, you will report to your homeroom TOMORROW at 8:30 .
    • Any 7th and 8th grade student who is taking math or accelerated math, you will have your PM 1 FAST Math on Thursday September 7, 2023. Your math teacher will tell you where you need to go for this test.
    • Please make sure your computers are charged and you bring them with you both days

Friday Sept 1st

Sports News:

  • Cross Country have an away meet at Indian River Fairgrounds on Saturday! Good luck. Run like the wind. 
  • Interested in being on the Edgewood Girl’s Golf Team? We will have tryouts on Tuesday, Sept 5th at 4:30 – 5;45 at the Savannah’s Golf Club in North Merritt Island. Open up to 7th graders to seniors. No experience needed.
  • If you are interested in playing Boys Middle School Basketball, there will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 5thin Coach Muir’s room, 3-206, during Power Hour B.”
  • Upcoming Sports
    • Tuesday
      • Bowling: home match against Astronaut at shore lane
      • Boys Golf: Away varsity match at Vierra
      • Girls Volleyball: Away match at MICS. Freshmen, JV, & Varsity
    • Wednesday
      • Bowling: home match against Titusville at shore lanes
      • Girls Volleyball : Home match against Titusville: Freshmen at 5:15/JV @ 6:15/ Varsity @ 7:15 (USA Theme)
    • Thursday
      • Swim team: meet against Cocoa Beach at MIHS pool
    • Saturday
      • Cross Country: Away at Astronaut

Sports Results:

CLUB Information:

  • On Sept 19th we have a new club starting! Want to come to the “Geology Rocks” CLUB see Ms Kufner for club forms, please pick up these forms and turned them back in before the 19th so we can have our official meetings. Our meetings will be on the first and 3rd Tuesday of every month during power hour B
  • The following clubs have a meeting on Tuesday
    • “Do you love to sing and wish you had an audience?!!  Well, here’s your chance!  Join the Karaoke Club and sing your heart out with friends on Tuesdays after first lunch in Ms. Teplica’s room 3-108.  Stop by her room to get a permission form.  Karaoke Club’s start-up meeting is Tuesday, Sept. 5thduring B lunch.”
    • Tennis club starts next Tuesday 8/5 at 3:45  -5:00pm.Make sure to bring your own tennis equipment  tennis rackets, balls and water

Important Information

  • Remember
    • All 7th to 10th graders, we will have the PM 1 FAST ELA test on Wednesday September 6, 2023. All students will report to their homeroom for these tests.
    • Any 7th and 8th grade student who is taking math or accelerated math, you will have your PM 1 FAST Math on Thursday September 7, 2023. Your math teacher will tell you where you need to go for this test.
    • Please make sure your computers are charged and you bring them with you both days

Thursday, Aug 31st

Sports News:

  • Bowling has an away match against Space Coast at 4 at River Lanes
  • Volleyball is away on against Holy Trinity

MIDDLE SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS!!!

  • Tryout TODAY 8-32 from 3:45-5:15
  • Meet at senior patio.
  • Open to all 7th & 8th grade girls and boys! No experience necessary.
  • See Edgewood Cheer Instagram page at Edgewood.cheer for more info.”
  • The Cross Country and Track Team is having an on-going fundraiser and will be collecting gently used tennis shoes. This is a great way to clean out your shoe closet and donate those shoes that don’t fit anymore or match your new school outfits. Bring your gently used sneakers and tennis shoes to Coach Amato’s room 2-204 or Coach Kaltenbach’s room 71071B. Thank you for your support
  • Upcoming Sports
    • Saturday
      • Cross Country an away meet at Indian River Fairgrounds

Sports Results:

  • Swim Team:
    • Tuesday afternoon Edgewood Girls Swim and DIve defeated Holy Trinity 29 – 21. Annabelle Rawl, Sydney Gordon, Noemi Thibault and Maddie Biggs took 1st in the Girls Medley Relay. Individual event winners were: Lindsey Brown, Haley Teufer, Kendall Ratliff, and Maddie Biggs.
    • Also on Tuesday Edgewood Boys Swim and Dive defeated Holy Trinity 26 – 16. Aaron Gordon, Connor Brown, Gavin Kirby, and Christopher Teufer took 1st in the Boys Medley Relay. Individual event winners were: Connor Brown, Gavin Kirby and Alex Wu.

 

CLUB Information:

  • On Sept 19th we have a new club starting! Want to come to the “Geology Rocks” CLUB see Ms Kufner for club forms, please pick up these forms and turned them back in before the 19th so we can have our official meetings. Our meetings will be on the first and 3rd Tuesday of every month during power hour B
  • On Sept. 12, FCA – now called  First Priority – we will be meeting in the Gym during Power Hour B. There will be a youth pastor from our area to give us an inspirational short talk. We will have snacks and songs and possibly a game. Our leadership team is working on getting ready for our first meeting. Come on out and meet with other students for a positive time. You must have a signed permission form to attend. See Mrs. Woodside for details.
  • “Do you love to sing and wish you had an audience?!!  Well, here’s your chance!  Join the Karaoke Club and sing your heart out with friends on Tuesdays after first lunch in Ms. Teplica’s room 3-108.  Stop by her room to get a permission form.  Karaoke Club’s start-up meeting is Tuesday, Sept. 5thduring B lunch.”

 

  • The following clubs have a meeting on Thursday
    • THIS IS NO HS SGA
    • Power Hour A
      • Community Outreach Club will be held TODAY in Ms. Glover’s room, 13-110.The parent permission forms can be found outside 13-110 on the table.
    • Power Hour B
      • The Creative Writing Club will have an informational and leadership-determination meeting TODAY in room 6-101
      • Business and Entrepreneurship club will have a meeting power hour B in Mrs. Marrara’s room today

Important Information

  • Auditions and audition packets for the Shake Rattle and Rot one-act are on a temporary hold. Stay tuned for updates on next Tuesday’s announcements.
  • Edgewood’s first Spirit Day is TOMORROW ! Come wearing your Edgewood gear to help your homeroom earn Most Spirited. All homerooms with at least 50% participation will receive homeroom points. The top homeroom in each grade level on Friday will receive extra points and – new this year – SNACKS!

Monday, Aug 28th

Sports News:

  • Volleyball has a home game against Astronaut tonight. Blackout Game!!!
    • Freshmen start @ 5:15 followed by JV @ 6:15 & Varsity @ 7
    • Come support our girls in their first home game!!! Good luck girls

MIDDLE SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS!!!

  • Clinic on Tomorrow from 3:45-5:15
  • Tryout on Thursday 8-32 from 3:45-5:15
  • Meet at senior patio.
  • Open to all 7th grade girls and boys! No experience necessary.
  • See Edgewood Cheer Instagram page at Edgewood.cheer for more info.”
  • Upcoming Sports
    • Tuesday
      • Bowling has an Away match against Cocoa Beach @ 4
      • Swim team has their first meet in Melbourne against Holy Trinity @ 4
    • Wednesday:
      • Volleyball teams have an away match at Cocoa Beach
    • Thursday
      • Bowling has an away match against Space Coast at 4
      • Volleyball has three home game against Titusville
        • Freshmen @ 5:15/JV @ 6:15 & Varsity @ 7
      • Saturday
        • Cross Country an away meet at Indian River Fairgrounds

Sports Results: Volleyball  news:

  • Cross Country News
    • On Saturday the edgewood girls cross country team finished second overall, led by Lily Myers in 6th and Abigail Tomberlin in 10th. The boys finished first overall as a team, led by a 2-3-4 finish by Aiden Germain, Jonas Dowdell, and Connor King. JV boys also finished first overall with Torin Beck, Riley Dehuff, Auden Amato, and Vaib Sriramineni finishing inside the top ten.

 

CLUB Information:

  • On Sept. 12, FCA – now called  First Priority – we will be meeting in the Gym during Power Hour B. There will be a youth pastor from our area to give us an inspirational short talk. We will have snacks and songs and possibly a game. Our leadership team is working on getting ready for our first meeting. Come on out and meet with other students for a positive time. You must have a signed permission form to attend. See Mrs. Woodside for details.
  • The following clubs have a meetings TODAY
    • Power Hour A
      • Environmental Club on in Glover’s room 13-110. Parent permission forms are required for attendance.  You can pick up a form on the table outside of Ms. Glover’s room.
      • SAT/ACT prep club meeting in Mrs Luebcke’s room 4-102
    • The following clubs have a meeting on Tuesday
      • Are you interested in joining the Middle School Spelling Bee Club? We will have our first informational meeting on the 29th, tomorrow for anyone interested. The meeting will be held in Ms. Marquez’s room.”
    • The following clubs have a meeting on Wednesday
      • Who We Play for have their FIRST MEETING  during PH – A in Ms. Glover’s room 13-110.  We will have a guest speaker so you MUST have a permission slip in order to attend.  The forms are on the table outside of Ms. Glover’s room.
      • Middle School SGA has a meeting in Ms Luebcke room 4 1-2 PHB
    • The following clubs have a meeting on Thursday
      • HS SGA Executive, Class Presidents, Senators, & Sec have a meeting PHA
      • Community Outreach Club will be held Thursday, August 31stduring PH A in Ms. Glover’s room, 13-110.The parent permission forms can be found outside 13-110 on the table.

Important Information

  • Want to be a part of Edgewood’s musical one-act?  Audition packets for Shake, Rattle, and Rot are now available in Ms. Rhoden’s room.  Auditions will take place this Wednesday and Thursday, August 30thand 31st.  It doesn’t get much better than singing zombies so come on out. Sorry guys, but this production is only open to high school students

 

Friday, Aug 25th

Sports News:

  • Cross country has an away meet on Saturday at Trinity Prep. Good luck!!! Run like the wind!!!
  • MIDDLE SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS!!!
    • Clinic on Tuesday 8-29 from 3:45-5:15
    • Tryout on Thursday 8-32 from 3:45-5:15
    • Meet at senior patio.
    • Open to all 7th grade girls and boys! No experience necessary.
    • See Edgewood Cheer Instagram page at Edgewood.cheer for more info.”
  • Upcoming Sports
    • Monday:
      • Volleyball has THREE home game against Astronaut.
        • Freshmen @ 5:15/JV @ 6:15 & Varsity @ 7
      • Tuesday
        • Bowling has an Away match against Cocoa Beach @ 4
        • Swim team has their first meet in Melbourne against Holy Trinity @ 4
      • Wednesday:
        • Volleyball teams have an away match at Cocoa Beach
      • Thursday
        • Bowling has an away match against Space Coast at 4
        • Volleyball has three home game against Titusville
          • Freshmen @ 5:15/JV @ 6:15 & Varsity @ 7
        • Saturday
          • Cross Country an away meet at Indian River Fairgrounds

Sports Results:

  • Volleyball news:
    • The volleyball had a double dubs for JV and Varsity over Odyssey charter. Varsity volleyball defeated Odyssey Charter 25-7, 25-18, 25-0. Brookelyn Lephew 7 kills, 5 digs, 4 aces; Reese Brandt 15 digs, 2 aces; and Debbie Walley served 25 straight points with 14 aces for the night. Come out to our first home game against Astronaut on Monday!
  • Thursday’s Boys Golf Result -:Viera – 155 / Edgewood – 165

individual score from last night:

Corbin Snyder– 39 / Asher Joseph – 42, Aidan McCleery – 42, Cyrus Joseph – 42, Jakob Parker – 42, Seth Elston– 55

CLUB Information:

  • The following club have a meetings Saturday
    • Attention FTC Robotics Team Matrix, our first official meeting is this Saturday, August 26that Merritt Island High School in Portable 1 form 11 am to 1 pm.

 

 

 

  • The following clubs have a meeting on Monday
    • Power Hour A
      • Environmental Club on in Glover’s room 13-110. Parent permission forms are required for attendance.  You can pick up a form on the table outside of Ms. Glover’s room.
      • SAT/ACT prep club has it first meeting in  Mrs Luebcke’s room 4-102
    • Power Hour B

 

  • Following clubs have meeting next week
    • Who We Play for will be holding the first meeting on Wednesday, August 30th.  The meeting will be during PH – A in Ms. Glover’s room 13-110.  We will have a guest speaker so you MUST have a permission slip in order to attend.  The forms are on the table outside of Ms. Glover’s room.
    • Middle School SGA on Wednesday
    • High School SGA on Thursday

Important Information

Senior Parking. Seniors, if you want a parking space, you MUST give your design and your $25 to Ms Allred today during power hour B  Today after school.  Spots will be assigned via a lottery   in Ms Allred’s room 2-205 Seniors you will be able to paint your spots tomorrow (Saturday) from 9 am – 3 pm. Remember to bring a broom and primer paint before you do your design.

Thursday, Aug 24

Sports News:

  • Volleyball have an away match against Odyssey Charter. Good luck
  • Boys JV and Varsity Basketball meet in Coach Clark’s room Power Hour A TODAY. Room 2-201
  • Girls Lacrosse meet in Coach Clark’s room Power Hour B TODAY .  Room 2-201

 

  • Upcoming Sports
    • Saturday: Cross-country away at Trinity Prep

Sports Results:

  • Bowling News:

CLUB Information:

  • Do you have creative ideas?  Are you a great writer?  Join the Future Problem Solvers club!  We are an academic competition team and we meet on Friday afternoons from 2:30-3:30 in Mrs. Murphy’s room, 4-203.  Please see Mrs. Murphy if you are interested and to pick up a permission slip.  You MUST get the form signed before the first meeting on September 8.

 

  • “Good at Math? Want volunteer hours for tutoring in math?  Join Mu Alpha Theta; Math National Honors Society.  Must be in high school and in Algebra 2 or above.  Pick up applications in Mrs. Kufner’s room 3-207.  They are due back by September 15th!  Also, current members, stop by Mrs. Kufner’s room to get your club permission slips.”

 

  • Attention FTC Robotics Team Matrix, our first official meeting is this Saturday, August 26that Merritt Island High School in Portable 1 form 11 am to 1 pm.
    • All current and new members should attend. A parent should attend. Wear closed-toed shoes. Bring snacks. See your email for directions. See Ms. Leutbecker if you have questions. Thank you.

 

  • Anyone interested in being a part of Fellowship of Christian Athletes – now called First Priority – needs to see Mrs. Woodside for a parent permission slip form. You must have it signed by your parent(s) and returned to Mrs. Woodside before our first meeting on September 12 during Power Hour Session B. We will meet in the Gym the 2nd Tuesday of each month. See Mrs. Woodside for details.

 

 

 

 

  • I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICE CREAM!  
    • The Edgewood Speech & Debate team is having a COLD STONE ICE CREAM fundraiser to help support our team attending regional and national tournaments this year.
    • Come out to COLD STONE in Viera, at the Avenues TODAY   from 7-9 PM and help support our team!  Make sure to say you are supporting Edgewood Speech & Debate!  THANK YOU!!

 

 

  • If you want to attend our travel club meetings, you need to pick up a form outside Mrs Reniniger’s classroom, 13-103 .

 

  • The following clubs have a meetings TODAY
    • Power Hour A
      • SGA : Executives, Class Presidents, Class Senators, and Class Secretaries. Meeting on Thursday during Power Hour A in in room  3-105
    • Power Hour B
      • Thespians, our first meeting of the year is this Thursday in Mrs Rhoden’s room
      • Garden Club will meet this Thursday after school in Ms. Brown’s room. Please stop by her room during Power Hour to get a parent permission form.
      • Edgewood JCL has their first meeting in Ms Glenn’s room
      • Beach Club is having its first meeting in Ms. Marrara’s room 4-201
      • SOS meeting during PHB please bring your signed form or pick up a form from Mrs. Czajka in rm 2-103

 

 

Important Information

 

  • PSAT sign up is today, during lunch/power hour.All 10th and 11th graders will automatically be registered and will be free of charge. Any 7th to 9th grader who would like to take the PSAT the cost is $18. You will need to see Hubble on the Senior Patio. Signs ups will run until Open House August 24, 2023 which is TODAY

 

 

 

 

Senior Parking. Seniors, Ms Allred is  extending parking site sales to Friday during PH B, but if your design is not approved, you may have to revise it before you begin ANY painting.  She  will be in her room 2-205 PH A and B TODAY Remember your design and your $25..  Spots will be assigned via a lottery that will be held immediately after school on Friday, August 25th, 2023 in Ms. Allred’s room.

 

Wednesday, Aug 23rd

Sports News:

  • Bowling is at home today at shore lanes at 4 . They will be taking on Rockledge.
  • Boys JV and Varsity Basketball meet in Coach Clark’s room Power Hour A Thursday 8/24. Room 2-201
  • Girls Lacrosse meet in Coach Clark’s room Power Hour B Thursday 8/24.  Room 2-201 
  • Upcoming Sports
    • Thursday: Volleyball away at Odyssey Charter
    • Saturday: Cross-country away at Trinity Prep

Sports Results:

  • Freshmen volleyball won their first game of the season last night. Ayla led in defense with 8 digs, and Kherington helped the offense out with 10 assists. Good job girls.
  • JV Volleyball Won last night

CLUB Information:

  • Do you have creative ideas?  Are you a great writer?  Join the Future Problem Solvers club!  We are an academic competition team and we meet on Friday afternoons from 2:30-3:30 in Mrs. Murphy’s room, 4-203.  Please see Mrs. Murphy if you are interested and to pick up a permission slip.  You MUST get the form signed before the first meeting on September 8.
  • “Good at Math? Want volunteer hours for tutoring in math?  Join Mu Alpha Theta; Math National Honors Society.  Must be in high school and in Algebra 2 or above.  Pick up applications in Mrs. Kufner’s room 3-207.  They are due back by September 15th!  Also, current members, stop by Mrs. Kufner’s room to get your club permission slips.”
  • Attention FTC Robotics Team Matrix, our first official meeting is this Saturday, August 26that Merritt Island High School in Portable 1 form 11 am to 1 pm.
    • All current and new members should attend. A parent should attend. Wear closed-toed shoes. Bring snacks. See your email for directions. See Ms. Leutbecker if you have questions. Thank you.
  • Anyone interested in being a part of Fellowship of Christian Athletes – now called First Priority – needs to see Mrs. Woodside for a parent permission slip form. You must have it signed by your parent(s) and returned to Mrs. Woodside before our first meeting on September 12 during Power Hour Session B. We will meet in the Gym the 2nd Tuesday of each month. See Mrs. Woodside for details.
  • I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICE CREAM!  
    • The Edgewood Speech & Debate team is having a COLD STONE ICE CREAM fundraiser to help support our team attending regional and national tournaments this year.
    • Come out to COLD STONE in Viera, at the Avenues this Thursday, August 24th from 7-9 PM and help support our team!  Make sure to say you are supporting Edgewood Speech & Debate!  THANK YOU!!
  • Interest in increasing your SAT/ACT score? Join the SAT/ACT prep club for helpful hints. Meetings start Aug 28 in Mrs Luebcke’s room 4-102. Please pick the permission forms to attend the club before the first meeting. Classroom code is on flyer by the cafeteria.
  • If you want to attend our travel club meetings, you need to pick up a form outside Mrs Reniniger’s classroom, 13-103 .
  • The following clubs have meeting Today
    • Power Hour A
      • Homecoming Committee has a in room 3-105
      • There will be a quick meeting for the Children’s Hunger Project today, in Room 13-103 to go over the goals of the club and to pick up forms.  You can pick up a form   at this time or stop by Mrs. Meredith Reninger’s room 13-103.
    • Power Hour B
      • MS SGA has a meeting in 4-102 (For current 8TH GRADE SGA Officers)
  • The following clubs have a meetings TOMORROW
    • SGA : Executives, Class Presidents, Class Senators, and Class Secretaries. Meeting on Thursday during Power Hour A in Mrs Robbins room 3-105
    • Thespians, our first meeting of the year is this Thursday, Power Hour B.
    • Garden Club will meet this Thursday after school in Ms. Brown’s room. Please stop by her room during Power Hour to get a parent permission form.
    • Edgewood JCL has their first meeting this Thursday, Power Hour B. We have free snacks for all attendees, but you MUST return a signed permission slip to Ms. Glenn before the meeting in order to attend.
    • Beach Club is having its first meeting this Thursday during Power Hour B in Ms. Marrara’s room 4-201. If you can’t make it to the meeting, be sure to stop by this week to pick up a club form and join the Remind for classroom codes!

Important Information

  • PSAT sign up is today, during lunch/power hour.All 10th and 11th graders will automatically be registered and will be free of charge. Any 7th to 9th grader who would like to take the PSAT the cost is $18. You will need to see Hubble on the Senior Patio. Signs ups will run until Open House August 24, 2023 which is this THURSDAY
  • Senior Parking. If you want to a have reserve spot and paint it to your liking you need to complete a form and turn it into Ms Allred in room 2-205 by Thursday Aug 24th . To receive this form, you must have already purchased a school parking pass. This costs $25.

Where do you get the forms?

You can find the forms in the following places: Senior Google Classroom,or the following teachers room:  Ms. Allred,  your  Senior Homeroom Teachers, Ms. Sierra, Mrs. Robbins, Mrs. Snyder, Ms. Noah, or Mr. Cilsick.  Drop off your design and payment in to Ms Allred in room 2-205 during power hour A.  You must submit your design WHEN YOU PAY.  If your design is not approved, you will be required to submit a revised design.  Deadline for Submission is Thursday, August 24h at 3:30pm The price for these reserved parking spaces that you can paint is $25

Spots will be assigned via a lottery that will be held immediately after school on Friday, August 25th, 2023 in Ms. Allred’s room.

Tuesday , Aug 22nd  

Sports News:

  • Volleyball has a match at Bayside, Good luck
  • Boys JV and Varsity Basketball meet in Coach Clark’s room Power Hour A Thursday 8/24. Room 2-201
  • Girls Lacrosse meet in Coach Clark’s room Power Hour B Thursday 8/24.  Room 2-201 
  • Upcoming Sports
    • Wednesday: Bowling Home at Shore Lanes at 4 against Rockledge
    • Thursday: Volleyball away at Odyssey Charter
    • Saturday: Cross-country away at Trinity Prep

Sports Results:

  • Congratulations to the boys and girls bowling teams who won their home match against Cocoa yesterday!!!
    • The girls team was led by Emiliana Jones with a nice 196 game.
    • The boys team was lead by Ian Harmon with a 238!!!
    • Great job bowlers! Edgewood gives you a wolf shout out for an amazing win!

CLUB Information:

  • Do you have creative ideas?  Are you a great writer?  Join the Future Problem Solvers club!  We are an academic competition team and we meet on Friday afternoons from 2:30-3:30 in Mrs. Murphy’s room, 4-203.  Please see Mrs. Murphy if you are interested and to pick up a permission slip.  You MUST get the form signed before the first meeting on September 8.
  • “Good at Math? Want volunteer hours for tutoring in math?  Join Mu Alpha Theta; Math National Honors Society.  Must be in high school and in Algebra 2 or above.  Pick up applications in Mrs. Kufner’s room 3-207.  They are due back by September 15th!  Also, current members, stop by Mrs. Kufner’s room to get your club permission slips.”
  • Interest in increasing your SAT/ACT score? Join the SAT/ACT prep club for helpful hints. Meetings start Aug 28 in Mrs Luebcke’s room 4-102. Please pick the permission forms to attend the club before the first meeting. Classroom code is on flyer by the cafeteria.
  • The following clubs have meetings TODAY  
    • Power Hour A
      • BETA: room 3-105
      • Sailing Club room 3-202
      • Cultural Diversity Club room 3-104
    • Power Hour B
      • Chess Club room 6-101
      • Hosa room 13-104
      • Model Student Senate room 2-204
    • The following clubs have meeting tomorrow (Wednesday)
      • MS SGA has a meeting in 4-102 during PH B (For current 8TH GRADE SGA Officers)
      • Homecoming Committee has a meeting power hour A in Mrs Robbins room 3-105
    • The following clubs have a meeting on Thursday
      • SGA : Executives, Class Presidents, Class Senators, and Class Secretaries. Meeting on Thursday during Power Hour A in Mrs Robbins room 3-105
      • Thespians, our first meeting of the year is this Thursday, Power Hour B.
      • Garden Club will meet this Thursday after school in Ms. Brown’s room. Please stop by her room during Power Hour to get a parent permission form.
      • Edgewood JCL has their first meeting this Thursday, Power Hour B. We have free snacks for all attendees, but you MUST return a signed permission slip to Ms. Glenn before the meeting in order to attend.

Important Information

  • PSAT sign up is today, during lunch/power hour.All 10th and 11th graders will automatically be registered and will be free of charge. Any 7th to 9th grader who would like to take the PSAT the cost is $18. You will need to see Hubble on the Senior Patio. Signs ups will run until Open House August 24, 2023 which is this THURSDAY
  • Senior Parking. If you want to a have reserve spot and paint it to your liking you need to complete a form and turn it into Ms Allred in room 2-205 by Thursday Aug 24th . To receive this form, you must have already purchased a school parking pass. This costs $25.

Where do you get the forms?

You can find the forms in the following places: Senior Google Classroom,or the following teachers room:  Ms. Allred,  your  Senior Homeroom Teachers, Ms. Sierra, Mrs. Robbins, Mrs. Snyder, Ms. Noah, or Mr. Cilsick.  Drop off your design and payment in to Ms Allred in room 2-205 during power hour A.  You must submit your design WHEN YOU PAY.  If your design is not approved, you will be required to submit a revised design.  Deadline for Submission is Thursday, August 24h at 3:30pm The price for these reserved parking spaces that you can paint is $25

Spots will be assigned via a lottery that will be held immediately after school on Friday, August 25th, 2023 in Ms. Allred’s room. 

 

Monday , Aug 21st

Sports

  • Bowling has a home match today at Shore Lanes against Cocoa. Starts at 4 pm good luck
  • Edgewood Cheerleaders :Tryouts are Today from 4:00-6:00. 
  • Upcoming Sports
    • Tuesday: Volleyball away at Bayside
    • Wednesday: Bowling Home at Shore Lanes at 4 against Rockledge
    • Thursday: Volleyball away at Odyssey Charter
    • Saturday: Cross-country away at Trinity Prep

CLUB Information:

  • Travel Club: We have our first meeting is TODAY during power hour A in Mrs Reniniger’s room 13-103 our topic is “What did you do fun this summer?”  Please stop by Ms Allred, Mrs Reningers or Mrs Robbins room to pick up the form to be part of this club. Please pick up the form this week since our meeting is next week
  • Do you have creative ideas?  Are you a great writer?  Join the Future Problem Solvers club!  We are an academic competition team and we meet on Friday afternoons from 2:30-3:30 in Mrs. Murphy’s room, 4-203.  Please see Mrs. Murphy if you are interested and to pick up a permission slip.  You MUST get the form signed before the first meeting on September 8.
  • Thespians, our first meeting of the year is this Thursday, Power Hour B.  You must pick up a permission slip from Ms. Rhoden’s room.  Signed forms must be returned before you may attend Thursday’s meeting
  • Interest in increasing your SAT/ACT score? Join the SAT/ACT prep club for helpful hints. Meetings start Aug 28 in Mrs Luebcke’s room 4-102. Please pick the permission forms to attend the club before the first meeting. Classroom code is on flyer by the cafeteria.
  • The following clubs have meetings tomorrow:
    • BETA: meeting during power hour A in Mrs. Robbins room 3-105
    • Chess Club in Mr. W u’s room 6-101 during power hour B
    • Hosa in Mr Stelzer’s room 13-104 during power hour B
    • Sailing club in Ms Sinatra’s room 3-202 during power hour A
    • Model Student Senate in Mrs Amato’s room 2-204 during power hour B
    • Cultural Diversity Club in room 3-104 during powr hour A bring your forms to attend the field trip

Important Information

  • PSAT sign up is today, during lunch/power hour.All 10th and 11th graders will automatically be registered and will be free of charge. Any 7th to 9th grader who would like to take the PSAT the cost is $18. You will need to see Hubble on the Senior Patio. Signs ups will run until Open House August 24, 2023 which is this THURSDAY
  • Senior Parking. If you want to a have reserve spot and paint it to your liking you need to complete a form and turn it into Ms Allred in room 2-205 by Thursday Aug 24th . To receive this form, you must have already purchased a school parking pass. This costs $25.

Where do you get the forms?

You can find the forms in the following places: Senior Google Classroom,or the following teachers room:  Ms. Allred,  your  Senior Homeroom Teachers, Ms. Sierra, Mrs. Robbins, Mrs. Snyder, Ms. Noah, or Mr. Cilsick.  Drop off your design and payment in to Ms Allred in room 2-205 during power hour A.  You must submit your design WHEN YOU PAY.  If your design is not approved, you will be required to submit a revised design.  Deadline for Submission is Thursday, August 24h at 3:30pm The price for these reserved parking spaces that you can paint is $25

Spots will be assigned via a lottery that will be held immediately after school on Friday, August 25th, 2023 in Ms. Allred’s room.

 

 

Friday, Aug 18th

Sports

  • Edgewood Cheerleaders :
    • Interested in JV or Varsity Cheer? Tryouts are August 21 from 4:00-6:00. All grades, girls and boys welcome. 
  • Dance Team tryouts are TODAY in the Gym at 4 pm.
  • Boys Golf: We are going to try again to have tryouts today after school at the Savannas
  • Tomorrow Cross Country has a Jamboree at Wickham Park. Good luck guys and run like the wind
  • Upcoming Sports
    • Monday: Bowling Home at Shore Lanes at 4 against Cocoa
    • Tuesday: Volleyball away at Bayside
    • Wednesday: Bowling Home at Shore Lanes at 4 against Rockledge
    • Thursday: Volleyball away at Odyssey Charter
    • Saturday: Cross-country away at Trinity Prep

CLUB Information:

  • BETA: Interested in being in a service organization club? If you are in 9th – 12th grade, stop by Mrs Robbins’ room to pick up the form to join BETA. Our first meetings is TUESDAY during POWER HOUR A  Please pick up the permission slip to be able to attend BETA Club
  • If you are interested in Chess Club and are NOT on our Remind, please stop by Mr. Wu’s room 6-101 during Power Hour B to pick up a permission form. The first meeting will be Tuesday, Power Hour B, but you must have your form submitted to Mr. Wu by then!
  • Travel Club: We have our first meeting MONDAY during power hour A  in Mrs Reniniger’s room 13-103 our topic is “What did you do fun this summer?”  Please stop by Ms Allred, Mrs Reningers or Mrs Robbins room to pick up the form to be part of this club. Please pick up the form this week since our meeting is Monday
  • Are you interested in becoming a health professional in the future? HOSA welcomes you to join fellow students in that interest. First meeting will be Tuesday the 22nd, power hour B. See Mr. Stelzer in room 13-104 for more information and a registration form.”
  • Edgewood now has a sailing club! If you are interested, their first meeting is TUESDAY, Power hour A, in 3-202, Mrs. Sinatra’s classroom.
  • Any current members or any student who wants to join the Who We Play for club will need to pick up a club permission form.  The form is available in Ms. Glover’s room, Building 13, room 110.
  • A new club will be starting soon.  The Community Outreach Club is designed to assist our local community with a variety of projects.  It will provide students with opportunities for community service hours as well.  If you are interested in joining this club, pick up a permission form in Ms. Glover’s room, Building 13, room 110.
  • There will be a Model Student Senate meeting in Mrs. Amato’s room on Tuesday, August 22 during Power Hour B. Model Student Senate gives students the opportunity to portray a US Senator and experience first hand how bills become laws. Anyone who is interested, please come to the meeting on Tuesday for more informatio

Important Information

  • PSAT sign up is today, during lunch/power hour.All 10th and 11th graders will automatically be registered and will be free of charge. Any 7th to 9th grader who would like to take the PSAT the cost is $18. You will need to see Hubble on the Senior Patio. Signs ups will run until Open House August 24, 2023.
  • Senior Parking. If you want to a have reserve spot and paint it to your liking you need to complete a form and turn it into Ms Allred in room 2-205 by Thursday Aug 24th . To receive this form, you must have already purchased a school parking pass. This costs $25.

Where do you get the forms?

You can find the forms in the following places: Senior Google Classroom,or the following teachers room:  Ms. Allred,  your  Senior Homeroom Teachers, Ms. Sierra, Mrs. Robbins, Mrs. Snyder, Ms. Noah, or Mr. Cilsick.  Drop off your design and payment in to Ms Allred in room 2-205 during power hour A.  You must submit your design WHEN YOU PAY.  If your design is not approved, you will be required to submit a revised design.  Deadline for Submission is Thursday, August 24h at 3:30pm The price for these reserved parking spaces that you can paint is $25

Spots will be assigned via a lottery that will be held immediately after school on Friday, August 25th, 2023 in Ms. Allred’s room.

  • If you had something dropped off in the front office this week, please come pick it up. There are several lunchboxes and water bottles that have been here since Monday. If a parent drops something off, we do not deliver it to you, you MUST pick it up. Thank you

Thursday, Aug 17th

Sports

  • Edgewood Cheerleaders :
    • Interested in JV or Varsity Cheer? Clinics are TODAY from 3:45-5:15. Tryouts are August 21 from 4:00-6:00. All grades, girls and boys welcome. 
  • Dance Team tryouts are TOMORROW in the Gym at 4 pm.
  • Boys gold tryouts are today after school at the Savannahs

CLUB Information:

  • BETA: Interested in being in a service organization club? If you are in 9th – 12th grade, stop by Mrs Robbins’ room to pick up the form to join BETA. Our first meetings in is NEXT TUESDAY . Please pick up the permission slip to be able to attend BETA Club
  • High School SGA: Have meeting TODAY Power Hour A in room 3-105
  • If you are interested in Chess Club and are NOT on our Remind, please stop by Mr. Wu’s room 6-101 during Power Hour B to pick up a permission form. The first meeting will be next Tuesday, Power Hour B, but you must have your form submitted to Mr. Wu by then!
  • Travel Club: We have our first meeting during power hour A in Mrs Reniniger’s room 13-103 our topic is “What did you do fun this summer?”  Meeting is MONDAY.  Please stop by Ms Allred, Mrs Reningers or Mrs Robbins room to pick up the form to be part of this club. Please pick up the form this week since our meeting is next week
  • Edgewood now has a sailing club! If you are interested, their first meeting is next TUESDAY, Power hour A, in 3-202, Mrs. Sinatra’s classroom.
  • This summer several Edgewood students attended the Future Problem Solvers International competition in Massachusetts and we had two students who placed at the international level!  Wisper Reynolds competed in the “Multi Affiliate Global Issues Competition” (MAGIC) where she was randomly placed on a team with 3 other students from around the world.  Her team won FIRST PLACE!  Joshua Kirkpatrick also participated in the MAGIC competition and his team won second place!  This is an amazing achievement, so please be sure to congratulate these students.
  • All students that are current members or are interested in joining Sources of Strength, please stop by Mrs. Czajka’s room 2-103 today during PH B.
  • Business and Entrepreneurship club will be having a meeting TODAY during Power Hour B in Mrs. Marraras room to pass out the club permission forms.
  • There will be a Model Student Senate meeting in Mrs. Amato’s room on Tuesday, August 22 during Power Hour B. Model Student Senate gives students the opportunity to portray a US Senator and experience first hand how bills become laws. Anyone who is interested, please come to the meeting on Tuesday for more information
  • Still need a class t-shirts? You can purchase a class tshirts from the following sponsors THIS WEEK ONLY. ONLY DURING POWER HOUR A. Please come at the beginning of A
    • 7th & 8th grade Mrs Luebcke in room 4-102 for $9
    • 9th & 10th grade Mrs Robbins in room 3-105 for $9
    • 11th grade Ms Allred in room 2-205 for $9
    • 12th grade Mrs Noah in room 3-104 for $15

Important Information

  • REMINDER, all participants MUST complete the parental authorization form to attend a club meeting. If you are going to a club meeting this week or next week. Stop by your sponsors room to pick up a form!
  • PSAT sign up is today, during lunch/power hour.All 10th and 11th graders will automatically be registered and will be free of charge. Any 7th to 9th grader who would like to take the PSAT the cost is $18. You will need to see Hubble on the Senior Patio. Signs ups will run until Open House August 24, 2023.
  • Senior Parking. If you want to a have reserve spot and paint it to your liking you need to complete a form and turn it into Ms Allred in room 2-205 by Thursday Aug 24th . To receive this form, you must have already purchased a school parking pass. This costs $25.

Where do you get the forms?

You can find the forms in the following places: Senior Google Classroom,or the following teachers room:  Ms. Allred,  your  Senior Homeroom Teachers, Ms. Sierra, Mrs. Robbins, Mrs. Snyder, Ms. Noah, or Mr. Cilsick.  Drop off your design and payment in to Ms Allred in room 2-205 during power hour A.  You must submit your design WHEN YOU PAY.  If your design is not approved, you will be required to submit a revised design.  Deadline for Submission is Thursday, August 24h at 3:30pm

Spots will be assigned via a lottery that will be held immediately after school on Friday, August 25th, 2023 in Ms. Allred’s room.

 

Thursday, 8/10/23

Sports

  • Edgewood Cheerleaders had a very successful Summer Cheer Camp!!!
    • Congratulations to the team earning 3 Superior Ribbons! Also, Congratulations to the 5 girls named UCA All Americans–
      • Sienna Salls, Victoria Tonhauser, Summer Walters, Jennifer Gearin, and JoJo Mendola
    • Interested in JV or Varsity Cheer? Clinics are August 14 and 17 from 3:45-5:15. Tryouts are August 21 from 4:00-6:00. All grades, girls and boys welcome. See Edgewood Cheer Instagram page at cheer for more info.
  • Dance Team tryouts : August 15th & 18th in the Gym at 4 pm. Parent meeting Aug 14th at 5 pm in the Edgewood Cafeteria .  Existing dance team members bring a friend to practice on August 11th
  • Boys Golf: Tryouts will be Monday, August 14 at the Savannahs Golf Club from 4 -5:15.

CLUB Information:

  • BETA: Interested in being in a service organization club? If you are in 9th – 12th grade, stop by Mrs Robbins’ room to pick up the form to join BETA. Our first meetings in Tuesday Aug 22nd
  • High School SGA: Please check the café board for our upcoming meetings. Remember, every Thursday during power hour A starting next Thursday. Check the google classroom as well. Don’t know the code, see Mrs Robbins
  • Travel Club: We have our first meeting during power hour A in Mrs Reniniger’s room 13-103 our topic is “What did you do fun this summer?”
  • Still need a class tshirts? You can purchase a class tshirts from the following sponsors next week:
    • 7th & 8th grade Mrs Luebcke in room 4-102 for $9
    • 9th & 10th grade Mrs Robbins in room 3-105 for $9
    • 11th grade Ms Allred in room 2-205 for $9
    • 12th grade Mrs Noah in room 3-104 for $15

Important Information

  • Remember, we have homeroom today. 7- 9th go to lunch and then at the bell go to your homeroom. 10th – 12th go to homeroom right after 4th
  • PICTURE DAY IS TUESDAY, AUGUST 15th, so wear your best smile that day!
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