EHS Daily Announcements
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Congratulations to Chase Souder on being named a 2019 National Merit Scholarship Finalist.
Herff Jones will be at Edgewood High School this Thursday, February 21 to take class ring orders. See the flyer for more info.
Seniors: Your class officers are still needing to collect pictures of you for the senior collage. The senior collage is a composite of the senior year so pictures should be from this school year. Help Chris Mc Bride and Courtney Waskow by getting them pictures of you and your friends. We would like to have at least 2 pictures of every senior. Email pictures to Mr. Winkler.
Friday, February 22 is the last day to order a copy of this year's yearbook with personalization online. Please go to jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.
Seniors: The deadline for parents to place senior ads in this year's yearbook is this Wednesday, February 20. You and your parents should check e-mail for instructions on how to place an ad.
There will be a call out meeting for Unified Track on March 5, right after school in Mr. Tucker's room (E131).
Girls interested in being a part of the Edgewood High School Tennis team will have a call out meeting and conditioning this Wednesday at 5:30 PM. Meet in in the cafeteria.
Sign-ups for Senior vs. Faculty Games begin TODAY during lunch. The Senior vs. Faculty Games will be on March 1 at the end of the school day.
Key Club will be selling Yuda Bands in the commons during lunch through March 1. The cost is $7.
National FFA Week is THIS week. Come see a different farm animal each day in the Ag Room (C110), win prizes by answering the trivia question each day, follow the dress up days for a chance for your HR to win breakfast, and so much more!
Dress up days:
T-Hat Day (Pay $1 to wear a hat!)
W-Blue and Gold Day
Th- Boot Day
F-Flannel Shirt Friday
Animals will be in the classroom during lunchperiods. You may see a goat, lamb, pig, pony ora calf.Be sure to check them out!
Eat out at Texas Roadhouse next Tuesday and mention Edgewood FFA for a way to give back to the chapter!
There will be a call out meeting for any girl interested in playing tennis this spring on Wednesday, February 20 at 5:30 PM in the cafeteria.
Edgewood Indoor Percussion and Winter Guard is hosting a chili supper at the home basketball game on February 21 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM in the cafeteria. A bowl of chili will be $3.00. Indoor Percussion will be performing during the halftime at the JV game and Winter Guard will be performing at half time during the varsity game. Please join us and cheer on the Mustangs!
Student Council will be hosting a blood drive on February 25. Sign-ups will run through February 22 during lunch in the commons. Students who are 16 or 17 can donate as long as their parents sign the permission form. Please bring a photo ID the day of the blood drive.
The William Earl Brown Scholarship covers all expenses for one year at IU Bloomington. This is worth close to $25,000 and will be awarded to one Edgewood seniors. More information and applications are now available in guidance. This is a somewhat lengthy application so you want to look over and begin the application soon. A part of the application is due March 6 with a second part due March 20. See Mr. Faust if you have questions.
You and your parents can get help completing your FAFSA at College Goal Sunday which takes place at Ivy Tech Sunday, February 24 from 2:00 to 4:00. At College Goal Sunday you will be able to logon to your FAFSA account and work on your FAFSA with a FAFSA expert there to help and answer questions. More information is available at collegegoalsunday.org.
Are you interested in joining forces with your high school peers from five area schools to make an impact on your community? If so, APPLY NOW for Global Youth Service Day - a youth-led, hands-on volunteer service day on Friday, April 12 sponsored by the Monroe County Youth Council. Service projects are planned to impact our parks, youth engagement, democratic involvement, food security, and community arts! Completed applications are due by Friday, March 8. Don't delay! Registration and project preferences won't last that long. Let's show the other schools that we can show up for service! Read more or register at MonroeCountyYouthCouncil.org.
The Ellettsville branch of the library will reopen February 25. The renovated facility will include a dedicated teen space. The new teen space will have similar features as the main branch, including a DIY design studio with art supplies; board games and puzzles; video games; books; and reading spaces. Hours at the new branch for the teen space will be 3:00 -9:00PM Monday through Thursday; 3:00-6:00 PM Friday; noon-6 p.m. Saturday; and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.