Edison Echo Newsletter January 2019

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1 Issue 6, January 2019 E D I S O N M I D D L E S C H O O L by Shane Hieronimus Edison Principal 2101 S. West Ave. Sioux Falls, SD 57105 Happy New Year Edison families! I hope this newsletter finds you enjoying the New Year and you are well on your way to fulfilling all your resolutions. One of the many wonderful things about 367 - Office 7643 - 605 the world of education is the new beginnings experienced throughout the school year: the be- Fax 8457 - 367 - 605 ginning of school, returning from a long break, a new quarter, or a new semester. Each time we have a new beginning, we can start with a clean slate. New beginnings also allow for reflection Email: and evaluation of where we have been and where we want to go. [email protected] As we bring an end to the first semester, we have time to reflect on the first half of the school k12.sd.us year, what we have accomplished, and reevaluate the goals we have set. Our students continue to make substantial improvements in their achievement and work tirelessly towards their goals. Counseling Center The December MAP scores showed wonderful growth for many of our students. Our staff and - 367 8331 605 - students have created a culture of learning with high expectations for all. We also want to recognize all the hard work and dedication that parents/guardians have put into their student ’ s education. We continue to value the relationship between home and school to ensure all students grow and succeed. Please continue to encourage your students down the path of success through regular attendance, a commitment to excellence, and a relentless effort to be a life - long learner. We look forward to the second semester filled with excitement, learning, and continued growth. We have many things left to accomplish this school year and goals to achieve; however, with the Edison staff, student dedication, and the ongoing support we receive from the parents/ Jan 10 guardians and PTO, we can achieve anything. End of 2nd Quarter • JAN 11 • NO SCHOOL ... PLEASE HELP US REDUCE JAN 15 • Chorus Concert JAN 16 ...classroom interruptions • PTO Meeting JAN 17 PRIOR to If your student needs to leave during the school day, please call the office • Student of the Month so that your student can receive a dismissal pass during morning announcements. 8:45am Breakfast Items dropped off for students throughout the day should be labeled and placed in a plas- JAN 22 OR JAN 24 tic bag, especially shoes and clothes. Students with items and messages to pick up from Chill on the Hill • the office are called during the last 5 minutes of class time. If a student does not come to the office, their name will be called during afternoon announcements. ...lost & found items Like Please label all student items, including coats, hats, gloves, lunches, water bottles, etc. as the number of lost and found items grows quickly. Edison Middle School on Facebook tips from the office

2 “ See Something, Say Something and “ StandUp! ” ” By Dr. Brian Maher, Superintendent The start of a new year is always a good time to reflect on the past and renew our com- mitments for the future. For many adults, those commitments might be to a healthier lifestyle, stronger relationships, or a better work/life balance. For students, those commitments might be to improve attendance, nudge up a grade in one of their most challenging courses, or simply to spread more kindness in the hallways and classrooms of their schools. May I also suggest that the start of a new year is also a great time to renew our commitment to school safety - and to the wellness of our students and staff? Following several large scale incidents, the Office of Homeland Security “ See Something, Say Something. ” It is a simple, but memorable phrase that we are called to re- adopted the slogan member when something we see or hear makes us uneasy. It is a reminder that each of us plays an important part in the prevention of things that can easily sidetrack students and take them down paths that rarely lead to successful completion of high school – things like drugs, alcohol, gun violence, bullying, and so much more. Without a doubt, the “ See Something, Say Something ” slogan has resulted in the early intervention of hun- dreds of potential safety concerns in the Sioux Falls School District over the past several years. Students, staff and par- ents are reporting conversations they ve heard, social media posts they ’ ve seen, and sometimes just “ hunches ’ they ” get when something doesn ’ t seem right. Your schools – along with the help of our School Resource Officers provided by the City of Sioux Falls – exten- sively investigate each concern. Staff spends a considerable amount of time each day building positive relationships with students so that when a concern arises, there is trust and understanding. In addition, the Sioux Falls School Dis- trict also joined Project StandUp for School Safety – a statewide online tip tool where concerns can be reported either anonymously or by leaving your name. Even with these actions, this is work we cannot do alone. We need parents, students, and every member of our community to step up to play a role in prevention. By working together, we can be more successful at keeping our students safe.

3 News from the Counseling Office [email protected] [email protected] (605)367 - 8331 6th Grade A L (Last Name ) 6th Grade M - Z (Last Name) - All 7th Grade All 8th Grade [email protected] CTE Academy Information We do have some additional days available that students can come to visit the CTE Academy. All middle school students and parents are welcome to attend on the following days. th 7:30 p.m. (Open House) 4:00 p.m. - - January 29 th - 7:30 p.m. (Parent/Teacher Conferences) 4:00 p.m. - February 11 th 4:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. (Parent/Teacher Conferences/Career Fair) February 12 - 8th Graders Thinking About High School Already? st December 3rd 1 – day to submit open enrollment forms for 2019 - 2020 It is very important to attend a parent night at – MARK YOUR CALENDAR! High School Parent Nights your prospective high school RHS WHS - 8:00 pm 1/31/2019, 6:30 8:00 pm 1/31/2019, 6:30 - 11:00 am 11:00 am - 2/02/2019, 9:30 2/02/2019, 9:00 - LHS NTH 1/05/2019, 9:00 7:00 pm - 1/24/2019, 6:00 10:30 am - - 1/07/2019, 7:00 8:30 pm 2:00 pm to discuss High School Registration and classes January 29th - HS counselors visit from 1:15 – HS registration!! th th February 7 8 – graders will register with their high school counselors BOX TOPS! Edison students! One way Edison can earn extra money is by saving Box Tops. The money earned from saving Box Tops has helped purchase many things at Edison over the years such as library books, personalized Edison rugs, picnic tables in the courtyard, and the mural in the gym, among other things! We will have a competition between PRO - - Times to see which PRO Time can collect the MOST Box Tops between now and March 1. Ask your friends, neighbors and relatives to collect for you! Box Tops for Education ’ t throw away your Box Tops! (See samples above.) Please be observant of expiration dates and throw away expired • Don - Time teachers, please help watch for expired Box Tops and toss them before you turn them in to Mrs. PRO Box Tops. Sundvold. Tear off Box Tops from eligible products and send them to school with your student. (It ’ s best to send them in an envelope • ’ child - Time teacher ’ s name on it.) or baggie with your s PRO Each Box Top is worth 10¢ for Edison. This adds up quickly! • A complete list of eligible products is found on the site below. • - http://www.boxtops4education.com/earn/participating to see a complete list of participating products. Please Visit products help us out by saving Box Tops for EDISON . Thank you!

4 2019 is going to be another outstanding year at Edi- We have successfully completed our major son! fundraising for the school year. We invite you to attend our next meeting on January 16th to discuss how we can continue to improve our school. Don’t forget about Ama- zonSmile when you are shopping! Looking for a great New Year ’ s resolution? Why Amazon donates 0.5% of the ’ don s a great t you become active in the PTO? It ’ price of your eligible Ama- way to be involved in your student's education, be informed about Edison and the district, and meet zonSmile purchases to the char- other parents. Everyone is welcome and the level r n i o t o a z i n a g e l b a o f y o u r t i of commitment is up to you! choice. Just start your shopping at smile.amazon.com and choose Edison! Chill on the Hill January 22 or 24 Tubing @ Great Bear for Edison Students The bus leaves Edison at 4pm and drops back off at 7 pm 3rd Wednesday of each month 12 noon, Edison Conference Room (office) for this fun event! Sign up to be a WE NEED PARENT VOLUNTEERS - chaperone using the link below Jan 16 Feb 20 March 20 April 17 May15 https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C054AAEAC29A0FE3 chill2 - PTO OFFICERS: Please join us at our next PTO meeting, Wednes- CONTACT US day, January 16th at noon in the conference President: Karen Walters [email protected] Vice President: OPEN room. New faces are always welcome. www.edisonsf.org Treasurer: Emilie Ng Edison Middle School on Facebook Secretary: Melissa Nelson Please visit our website at edisonsf.org. Maybe even bookmark it. There you can find PTO minutes from meetings, our budget, spirit wear ordering, important links, and information.

5 December Student’s of the Month 6th Grade - 1 Jaguars Team 6 3 Lynx Team 6 - - 2 Snow Leopards Team 6 4 Pumas - Team 6 Spencer Schramm Aiden Scott Hannah Skroch Aidan Wells Taryn Kirsch Cortney Rogich Annabelle Lemieux Morgan Berry 7th Grade Team 7 - 4 Tigrillos Team 7 - 1 Panthers Team 7 - 2 Cougars Team 7 - 3 Ocelots Logan Whittier Falco Gerling Matias Rojas Gabriel Schreck Kaylee Frodermann Katherine Paulson Vivian Lucas 8th Grade Team 8 - 1 Lions Team 8 3 Tigers - Team 8 - 2 Wildcats Karla Bonilla Jorgen Sorum Luke Henrichs Kaitlyn Hallem Lauren Yu Robert Hutchinson

6 High School Band Auditions~ Music Notes Students are not required to audition for band classes and marching band at the Sioux Falls public high However, students may choose to audition for an schools. Musician of the Month~ upper level band class instead of the normal Freshman Band. Each month the band, orchestra, and chorus areas will each rec- December - Audition music will be available for LHS in mid th th th , and 8 , 7 grader that shows exceptional dedica- ognize a 6 Students are en- and for RHS and WHS after Winter Break. tion, responsibility, and character each and every day. couraged to get help on their music in private lessons or Musicians of the month for December are: from Mr. Rygg/Mr. Eckart. Band Variety Show Performances!~ Danica Valentine 8th – Plan to attend the Edison Variety Show at 7 p.m. on January Nadia Roux 7th – 29, 31, or Feb. 1, 2019. All seats are $4. Tickets will only be 6th Hannah Basel – sold at the door. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Chorus There will be a student show on February 1 at 4 p.m. for Edi- Emma Forster/Max Wetsch 8th - son students and staff. Admission for the student show is $1. Jasmine Jennewein/Elsa Friesen 7th – – 6th Sadie Grau/Keaton Koski th Bands Recital Night February 26~ 7/8 Orchestra th grade band students performing small This features all 7/8 – 8th Aron Oaks group music that we learn in class in January and Febru- David Nelson – 7th ary. Students will be assigned into groups, but may also play Jacob Pagone 6th – solos or form their own small groups. Each will be assigned a ten - minute time slot to perform and receive a constructive critique. Time slots will be assigned in late January. This is a Ensemble Schedule~ th th and 8 required performance for all 7 grade band stu- Jazz Band will be meeting Monday and Wednesday mornings . dents We encourage families and friends to come hear us – a.m. 8:45 from 7:45 and join the fun! 8:45 Wind Ensemble will meet Thursday mornings from 8:00 – a.m. Cleaning Your Closets?~ Brio meets Wednesday and Friday mornings from 8:10 – 8:45 The Sioux Falls School District is always on the lookout for a.m. donations of gently used band and orchestra instru- - – Inventions meets Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 7:40 Given our funding challenges, this is a great way to ments. 8:45 a.m. increase our instrument supply and allow more students to Illuminations meets Thursday mornings from 7:40 – 8:45 a.m. play in band and orchestra. Please contact Mrs. Sip or Mr. Rygg for more information. 8th Graders Heading to High School~ The high schools will be bringing some of their vocal and instru- Private Lessons~ th mental ensembles to perform for our 8 grade band, chorus and Now is a great time of year to consider starting private les- orchestra students in December/January to encourage them to sons on your instrument/voice. Individual lessons with a stay involved in these performance groups when they go to high skilled teacher are a great way to learn, grow, and excel as a school! musician. The private lesson list can be found on the Edison Music Dept. website at http://emsmusicdept.weebly.com/ Orchestra Contest~ - private list.html - instructors Your student will have the option of performing in a small group Sign Language Interpreter~ contest where they play in front of a judge and get a rating on how well they perform. Contest is not until April 27, however, if you need a sign lan- s director ’ Please notify your child we will choose music soon to start working on. We will help stu- guage interpreter for either the winter or spring concert. dents choose music during orchestra class. Notify the director at least ONE MONTH before the concert date. (Concert dates and director e - mails are included in this Brio Events~ ECHO.) *All Brio students have a list of the Brio events for the rest of the Edison Music Department Website~ year. PLEASE ask your student about it and get the events on your calendar. Thank you!* The Edison Music Department has a website! Refer to this website for information and dates. http:// emsmusicdept.weebly.com/

7 Music Notes cont. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK! Band directors: [email protected] The Edison Music Department has a Face- Music is not “ book page at www.facebook.com/ [email protected] ’ s what we do, it This page will be used for EMSMusicDept . Chorus directors: informational purposes only. You can check “ who we are [email protected] concert dates, rehearsal dates, practicing ~unknown [email protected] tips, etc. on our page. We will NOT have any pictures of students posted, it will Orchestra directors: strictly be used for getting information out [email protected] to you! There are other Edison schools out [email protected] our site! like ” “ there, so check before you wi Thank you for encouraging your child to participate in Band, Chorus, and Orchestra at Edison! We look forward to making music th them! Concert Dates~ Make sure your child ’ s concert dates are on your calendar. High school concerts are in the high school auditoriums. 6th grade Edison Chorus Concerts – 6:30 p.m. Jan. 15 7th/8th grade - 7:45 p.m. BRIO performs for Student of the Month brunch 7:30 a .m. Jan. 17 Variety Show in the Auditorium 7:00 p.m. Jan. 29, 31 & Feb. 1 Feb. Band Recital Night in chorus/band rooms 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. 26 Band Solo/Ensemble Contest at PHMS 8:00 am – 1:00 p.m. Mar. 16 Mar. 26 Brio Concert with 5th grade festival concert 7:00 p.m. Apr. 5 Brio/Inventions/Jazz Band Tour Day All Day EMS Orchestra Concerts in Gym 6th grade - 6:00 p.m. Apr. 11 7th grade - 6:45 p.m. - 8th grade 7:30 p.m. EMS Chorus Concerts in Gym April 25 6th grade – 6:30 p.m. 7th/8th grade - 7:45 p.m. April 27 Orchestra Contest at SBA All Day May 2 EMS Band Concerts in Gym 6:30/7:30 p.m. (subject to change) May 10 Illuminations/Inventions Final Concert in Auditorium 6:00/7:1 5 p.m. Spelling Bee Results The Edison School Spelling Bee took place on December th 12 . Congratulations to our school winners: Leni Olson Champion - nd place Jadelyn Stokke 2 - rd – Arthur Tao place 3 Laura Ge Runner up/Alternate – They will now advance to the Regional Spelling Bee in February. Good luck to each of them in the next round of Left to Right: Laura Ge, Jadelyn Stokke, Leni Olson, Arthur Tao competition!

8 Keep Looking Up! Edison s newest science club is for ’ the birds! A group of 7th and 8th graders meet each month to learn how to identify and care for birds. We joined a Citizen ’ s Science group called Project FeederWatch through Cornell Institute of Ornithology. We record bird sightings at our Edison bird feeding station and send the data to Cornell. In December, we made bird seed ornaments for our feathered friends. Our motto is: Keep Looking Up ! 6th Grade Science Classes Science Club Learn About Soil Conservation Heath Bliek came to We Greetings from 6th Grade Science Club! talk with Mr. Beisch Grant Smith had a great meeting in December. and Mrs. Schindling's from Keloland Weather came to visit and talk science classes about We look forward about meteorology with us! soil conservation. He we will be learning to our January meetings - talked about a day on about the Water the farm, types of Treatment Facili- soil in our area, and ty on January how he works to stop 10th. soil erosion. Our stu- dents asked great questions and learned many new things about protecting our soil. ’ s Anti - Bullying Rules Our School 1. We will not bully others. 2. We will try to help students who are bul- lied. We will try to include students who are left 3. out. If we know that somebody is being bullied, 4. we will tell an adult at school & an adult at home.

9 Gifted Education News Stock Market Game: The 6th grade Gifted Ed students have been partic- We are excited to have Edison Middle School take p n i This is a simu- t g i n The Stock Market Game. i a part in the Amazon Smile program, please consider lation game where students become investors, participating in this to benefit Edison students. while learning about business, math, economics, What is AmazonSmile? personal finance, and the importance of saving and AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you Each team receives a investing for the long term. to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at hypothetical $100,000 to perform online investing smile.amazon.com , you ll find the exact same low ’ time stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. Our - in real prices, vast selection and convenient shopping expe- 6th grade team of Hannah Basel, Sarah Ulin, Scar- rience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to St out lett Peterson, and Piper Hendrickson placed 1 your favorite charitable organization. You can choose of 26 middle school teams in the state. Their final from nearly one million organizations to support. $99,281.64 . Congratulations portfolio value was How do I shop at AmazonSmile? To shop at AmazonSmile simply go to smile.amazon.com from the web browser on your computer or mobile device. You may also want to add a bookmark to smile.amazon.com to make it even Student Council News easier to return and start your shopping at Ama- The goals of Edison’s Student Council are to build zonSmile. school spirit and pride, to assume responsibility as Which products on AmazonSmile are eligible for charitable donations? citizens in our school and community, and to pro- mote a safe, caring environment. Tens of millions of products on AmazonSmile are eli- gible for donations. You will see eligible products Eligible for AmazonSmile donation “ ” on their marked Heartland House Christmas – Thanks to the generosity of the product detail pages. Recurring Subscribe - and - Save Edison community, all 177 children in the Heartland House purchases and subscription renewals are not current- received a nice gift and a fleece blanket for Christmas. Our ly eligible. friends at Two Men and a Truck generously donated their Can I use my existing Amazon.com account on Ama- time and truck delivering all of the gifts for us. Thank you to zonSmile? everyone for their help with this huge project. Yes, you use the same account on Amazon.com and AmazonSmile. Your shopping cart, Wish List, wedding Edison students and staff Santa Letters for Make A Wish – or baby registry, and other account settings are also practiced their letter writing for a good cause. We wrote the same. 6,766 letters this year, which were turned in to Macy ’ s on How do I select a charitable organization to support A - double $1 day. Macy Wish for - s donated $2 to SD Make ’ when shopping on AmazonSmile? each letter delivered that day. Awesome work! On your first visit to AmazonSmile Our January project is collecting – Towels and Toys For Pets ( smile.amazon.com ), you need to select a charitable organization to receive donations from eligible pur- clean, used bath towels and pet toys for the Humane Society. chases before you begin shopping. We will remember Donations may be turned in to room 145 through January 22. your selection, and then every eligible purchase you . make at smile.amazon.com will result in a donation Pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald house. Please collect pop choose Edison Middle School Parent Teacher Please tabs and deliver them to room 144. These pop tabs are recy- Organization. cled and help support the Ronald McDonald house which pro- vides a temporary home for families who have seriously ill children.

10 January Health News MAKE HEALTH YOUR RESOLUTION - Make healthy food choices, be active, make an appointment for a check Healthy You: weight, blood pressure, cholesterol. up, vaccination, or screening. Know your numbers – Wash your hands often. Be smoke free. Get enough sleep. Learn and practice a new Make a new friend. health tip each week. Plan to eat more meals together as a family. Encourage and support Healthy Family: physical activity. Put together a family health history. Keep pets vaccinated and healthy. Add a health - related web site to your favorites list and check weekly updates. Spend more time together. Be courteous and practice good manners. Healthy Home: Reduce, reuse, and recycle. Install smoke alarms, and carbon Go green. monoxide alarms on every level. Keep cleaning products and medications away from chil- dren. Have a winter weather emergency plan, and stock your home and car with neces- sary supplies. Avoid carbon monoxide poisoning and hypothermia. Volunteer at your church, school, or one of the many community Healthy Community: centers needing help or an extra hand. If you have received help from others, try to re- peat the gesture. Extend a common courtesy wherever you are, they are always appreci- ated. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands often, participate in Healthy Workplace: healthy workplace programs, take steps to prevent job stress. Reduce work injuries and practice good body mechanics.

11 GRAB A TUBE AND HEAD DOWN THE HILL AT GREAT BEAR WITH YOUR EDISON FRIENDS! THE EDISON PTO is sponsoring an afternoon of for Edison students. A bus will pick up tubing and take January 24th January 22nd students who wish to participate after school on and them to Great Bear where they will tube for two hours and then ride the bus back to school. Choose to attend EITHER Tuesday, January 22 OR Thursday, January 24 $2 per student Cost is Board the bus from the Edison North door at 4:00pm 4:30 6:30pm Tube at Great Bear from - - Return to Edison at 6:55pm ALL STUDENTS MUST RETURN ON THE BUS Bring snack for after school, boots, snow pants, jacket, hat, and gloves Students NEED to be picked at Edison by 7:00pm Please fill out the form below and return it along with $2 in a sealed envelope marked “Chill on the Hill” to the office or your child’s Pro - Space is limited so don’t delay . Time teacher. - mail [email protected] Sign up by January 16th! with questions. E https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C054AAEAC29A0FE3 - Parent Chaperones needed! Sign up link chill2 Name _______________________________________________ I would like to take the bus to go tubing on: _______ Tuesday, January 22nd OR _______ Thursday, January 24th _______ My $2 is enclosed. Student’s Signature ________________________________________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature __________________________________________________

12 Dr. Brian Maher Superintendent Edison Middle School 2101 S. West Ave Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57105 Ph: (605) 367 - 7643· Fax: (605) 367 - 8457 "Relay Services for Hearing Impaired: Dial 711, then the desired number." Dear Parent or Guardian: st th Edison Middle School 8 grade students will participate in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) on March 1 , 2019. NAEP is the largest nationally representative and continuing assessment of what students know and can do in various sub- jects. NAEP is administered by the National Center for Education Statistics, within the U.S. Department of Education. NAEP is different from our state assessments because it is a common measure of achievement across the country. The results are re- leased as The Nation ’ s Report Card, which provides information about student achievement to educators, parents, policymakers, and the public. - area questions, NAEP survey questionnaires Your child will take an assessment in mathematics or reading. In addition to subject are voluntarily completed by students. The questionnaires provide valuable information about participating students ’ education- dy, al experiences and opportunities to learn both in and out of the classroom. As part of the 2019 National Indian Education Stu American Indian and Alaska Native students may receive additional questions tailored to their educational experiences and the ir opportunities to learn about their culture and traditions. More information about NAEP survey questionnaires is available at “ What Questions Are on the Test? ” https://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/parents under the section The assessment takes about 120 minutes for most students, including transition time and directions. The information collected is used for statistical purposes only. • Your child ’ s grades will not be affected. • excused for any reason, are not required to complete the assessment, and may skip any question. Students may be voluntary , NAEP depends on student participation to help policymakers improve education. • While the assessment is nd However, if you do not want your child to participate, please notify me in writing by February 22 , 2019. lai ns There is no need to study in preparation for NAEP, but please encourage your child to do his or her best. A brochure that exp http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/pdf/ what participation in NAEP means for you and your child is available at . Contact me at 367 - 7643 or [email protected] parents/2012469.pdf . if you have any questions We know that our students will do their best and show what our students know and can do. Sincerely, Shane Hieronimus Principal Edison Middle School National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) is authorized to conduct NAEP by the National Assessment of Educational Progr ess Authorization Act (20 U.S.C. §9622) and to collect students ’ education records from education agencies or institutions for the pur- poses of evaluating federally supported education programs under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA, 34 CFR §§ 99.31(a)(3)(iii) and 99.35). All of the information provided by participants may be used only for statistical purposes and ma y not be disclosed, or used, in identifiable form for any other purpose except as required by law (20 U.S.C. §9573 and 6 U.S.C. §1 51). By law, every NCES employee as well as every NCES agent, such as contractors and NAEP coordinators, has taken an oath and is subject to a jail term of up to 5 years, a fine of $250,000, or both if he or she willfully discloses ANY identifiable inform ati on about participants. Electronic submission of participant ’ s information will be monitored for viruses, malware, and other threats by Fed- eral employees and contractors in accordance with the Cybersecurity Enhancement Act of 2015. The collected information will b e combined across respondents to produce statistical reports.

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15 Edison ’ s Athletic Calendar January www.sf.k12.sd.us/schools/middle schools/edison/athletics - Tue Thu Fri Sat Wed Sun Mon 4 5 2 3 1 NO SCHOOL 7 10 9 11 8 12 6 nd – A & B Dismissed QUARTER END OF 2 Early th 8 - GBB C & D vs W NO SCHOOL th A & B at BV 7 GBB - th th A & B vs E GBB - C& D at GM 8 GBB - C& D at GM 7 C & D at E TH A & B at E - G ’ O ALL F TODAY ’ S 8 A & B at E - G ’ O GBB GAMES @ THE ” PENTAGON “ th th 6:00 pm 7 & 8 Wrestling @ WHS 13 19 14 18 15 16 17 ’ s Basketball Boy PRACTICE BEGINS th th & 8 6:00 pm 7 Wrestling @ OGHS 24 22 20 26 25 21 23 MS Gym- th th th 7 BBB – A. M. – Hand - 8 – 8 – A. M. BBB C & D vs PH BBB nastics out uniforms. th 7 C & D at PH BBB A & B vs E - Hand out uniforms. - Up Sign – begins A & B at E (A & C Play first) TOMOR- th th TH (A & C Play first) & 8 ALL OF TODAY S 8 ’ 6:00 pm 7 ROW METRO FINALS Wres- BBB GAMES @ On LINE. tling @ WHS ” PENTAGON “ THE 27 28 31 29 30 th th s 8 Boy ’ s Basket- ’ Boy 7 – 7:15 7:15 – Basketball Pictures ball Pictures th th 8 A & B at M 7 - C & D at W - BBB BBB GYMNASTICS SIGNUP th 7 A & B at M - BBB AM during 9:00 – C & D at E A & B at E Protime C & D at E th th & 8 4:00 pm 7 Wrestling @ B.Valley 2019

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