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Reporting from the front lines
Who are the people (and issues) in the neighborhood?
Creating, Performing, Inspiring...all before 3pm! (That's a good day!)
Problems need solvers, so why not us?
Up close and personal
Notes from the meetings
My world, my voice
In Mr. Cadalzo class you have popcorn parties. They have drinks, popcorn and a lot of snacks. We call it the popcorn party because it's mostly popcorn.
Do you know what Edgewood University is? Edgewood University is a college at Edgewood School with many different classes to chose from. Find out about every class here!
At Edgewood School, the third, fourth and fifth graders do the MLB Run because this run promotes cardiovascular endurance in a fun and interesting way. In the MLB Run, you have to run around the gym as many times as you can in five minutes.
The Mystery Reader is someone who signs up and then, when the time comes, they go down to the first grade classroom. They wait outside until the first graders scream out the door, "OH, MYSTERY READER!!!!!" Then the Mystery Reader comes in.
The Dreaded State Test
Some kids say it’s useless, some kids just hate it. But almost everybody agrees that it’s the worst thing since World War II. Guess what it is? It’s THE STATE TEST!!
The Douglas Florian Interview
On March 24th, Douglas Florian visited Edgewood. We interviewed him to get the inside scoop. It was a lot of fun!
What It's Like To Be a Teacher at Edgewood
We interviewed Mr. Cadalzo about what it's like to be a teacher.
18 Years at Edgewood
Our three guests represent 18 consecutive years of Edgewood history. Emma Dekidjiev attended Edgewood from 1993-1999, Alex Capello from 1999-2004, and Sophia Mohlulis from 2004-2010.
Global Enterprise Challenge
In Mrs. Blackley's 5th grade class the Global Enterprise Challenge is on! There are 5 groups each making a different product for their business.
The goal of this collaborative project was to combine music and art in order to teach kindergarten students the principles of circuitry through the embodiment of sound. Students explored the art of Wassily Kandinsky and a musical composition.
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