Dates To Remember
- November 1st-30th - Diagnostic Reading Assessment (Grade K-5)
- November 6th - District Professional Development Day
- November 7th - Resident Educator Meeting
- November 9th - End of 1st Trimester
- November 12th - ELPDC Meeting
- November 14th - District Principals Meeting
- November 19th - District Leadership Team Meeting
- November 21st-23rd - Thanksgiving Break
- November 26th - Board of Education Meeting
Ohio Department of Education District Report Card Data
Ohio Department of Education Building Report Card Data
Student achievement continues to improve at Edgewood reflecting the hard work of our staff and students!
District Gifted Performance Index Data
The table above represents all gifted students in the district from grades K-12 during the 2017-2018 school year.
Building Gifted Performance Index Data
The state benchmark is 117 to meet the gifted indicator. Congratulations to Seven Mile Elementary, which had a 117.895 last school year! Edgewood Middle School also showed significant growth moving from 111.503 to 116.475!
Gifted Book Study Beginning at EES
One of our Gifted Intervention Specialist, Lindsay Smith will be leading this highly qualified gifted PD.
Professional Learning Links
Edgewood has been selected to present at the ohio pbis showcase on november 30th in columbus, ohio
The Ohio PBIS Showcase is a day to celebrate and network with Ohio districts and schools that are implementing PBIS. This two-day showcase is for PBIS teams, administrators, and other professionals wanting to learn more about PBIS, or increase the effectiveness of their PBIS implementation. Session strands will cover these topic areas: PBIS at the Elementary Level; PBIS at Middle and High School; Tier II and III-Behavioral Interventions; PBIS at the District Level; and Community and Family Partnerships.
On October 25th, Alaura Brown, 8th grade Math teacher, presented at the Ohio Middle Level Association Conference in Sandusky, Ohio. Her presentation centered around her badge and gamification system used in her classroom. Mrs. Brown provided attendees with many helpful tips and products to help them implement the system in their own classroom.
The second grade students at Seven Mile Elementary were learning about how animals change the environment. Each classroom had their own worm habitat. The students observed worms creating tunnels, their body movements, and how their castings enrich the soil. They were able to get their hands dirty while investigating the worms up close and personal. This is the first time that our second grade students have had the opportunity to work with worms, it was a hit!
2018-2019 EDGEWOOD CURRICULUM INITIATIVES