EHS Daily Announcements
EHS EVENTS TODAY:
7:00 PM Football (Boys V) @ South Putnam
Take a look at 25 new books that the EHS library has recently acquired! See this presentation that briefly explains each book, contains book trailers, and offers additional links to author pages, movies trailers, related documentaries, and more! Come into the library and take a look for yourself or email Ms. Dirk if you'd like to put a book on hold.
The Richland-Bean Blossom Community School Corporation is now offering FREE healthy breakfast and lunch meals to all students. Free meals will be provided on-site and off-site (3-day and 5-day pick-up). Weekly Wednesday Meal Pick-Up will continue through the Hybrid Schedule: Both breakfast and lunch meals will be provided each Wednesday at Edgewood Primary School, back of the building. Please pick up anytime between 6:30 AM until 9:30 AM. There will also be a pick up at Stinesville 10:00 AM -10:15 AM each Wednesday. Students DO NOT have to be present to receive meals. If for any reason, you cannot get to the pick up location please call or email directly at 812-876-7805 or email@example.com.
The TED Talk for Tuesday and Friday September 15 and 18 is delivered by eighteen-year-old Laura Anderson who has a big voice and a driven initiative for change. She took her negative experience with her high school dress code and turned it into something young women everywhere could feel connected to and proud of. A current Queens University student, Anderson has vivid dreams of becoming a lawyer one day and using that position as a way of incorporating her passion and authenticity for personal empowerment. Through her love of public speaking, she wants to induce the important conversations necessary to address the way we think about people and about how women dress.
If you are a freshman and would like one of the class shirts that were handed out at the Freshman Kickoff, come by Miss Brookman's room (E108) to get a shirt. Virtual students may also get a shirt by contacting Miss Brookman to set up a time to pick it up at the school.
Don't forget to order your copy of the new, 2020-2021 El Corral Yearbook! Go to jostensyearbooks.com to order this year's yearbook.
There are a limited number of remaining 2019-2020 yearbooks available for purchase. If you would like to buy a copy of last year's El Corral, please stop by the publications office in Mr. Axsiom’s room, F119. Parents and other members of the Edgewood community can contact Mr. Axsiom at firstname.lastname@example.org. Yearbooks from last year are $65, and payment can be made by cash or a check made out to “Edgewood High School.”
Students who have Chromebook issues should email RBB tech support at email@example.com.
There are a limited number of student tickets available for the football game on Friday night at South Putnam. Tickets need to be purchased in the athletic office by noon on Friday. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the tickets. The cost is $5.00.
Student Council is back! On Monday, September 21 there will be another call-out meeting from 2:45 PM -3:15 PM in the cafeteria. Before you come to the meeting, please fill out this Google Form application. Questions?? Contact Miss Brookman and Mrs. Boisvert-Storey.
Edgewood FFA Call -Out Meeting - September 29 at 3:00 PM in C110 (Mrs. Ferguson's Room). Look for more information in an email from Mrs. Ferguson this week!
Seniors: Please read the e-mail that Mrs. Winkler sent on September 15 to learn about the IU Groups Scholars program. Applications are due November 1. Virtual information sessions are available on September 15, October 1, and October 14. Refer to the e-mail for more details on how to register.
Students who would like to request to see their counselor, should complete this Google form: Request to See Your Counselor. The form should only be completed using the student's RBB email.
The Maverick Challenge is a high school business planning competition for high school students in Southern Indiana which aims to further develop the innovative spirit of our region by reaching out to high school students and showing them viable career opportunities through entrepreneurship. This is a great opportunity to help students learn about viable career opportunities, network with and be mentored by entrepreneurs in the community, and spotlight the young innovators in Southern Indiana. If you are a student and have thoughts or dreams of one day starting your own business, this Challenge is for you! For more information, please visit the website: http://www.maverickchallenge.com/. Registration will close TODAY, September 18. If you have questions contact Mr. Ackerman, Ms. Dirk, or Mrs. Myers. To register, please visit https://business.columbusareachamber.com/events/details/student-maverick-challenge-business-plan-competition-2020-2021-school-year-3474
The Monroe County Youth Council will be launching virtually this fall! If you'd like to apply to apply to be a part of the Leadership Team or attend an event follow the links below.
MCYC Leadership Team Application: https://tinyurl.com/MCYCLeadershipTeam