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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
Cardinal McCloskey Toy Drive
Each year around the holidays Edgewood has a toy drive to help people who don't have as much as we do. But do you know where the toys all go to?
Candy Drive for Hope Community Services
Do you want to find out where all your donated candy goes? We know. Read this story to find out.
Do you see that big flag behind Frosty? That's actually a big structure made out of cans made by the fourth graders here at Edgewood. The project is called Canstruction.
The Thanksgiving Food Drive
I am going to tell you about the Thanksgiving Drive. Everybody was supposed to bring food for the poor. Each class collected a certain type of food: bread, stuffing, sweet potatoes, berries, and others.
The Design Shop
2nd Graders have been doing the Design Shop. It's a club 2nd graders do every Wednesday. We make purses, pillows and more.
Edgewood Fair Photo Booth
This year at the Edgewood Fair, Mrs. Meyer's and Mr. Cadalzo's buddy classes did a fundraiser to benefit Pets Alive Westchester. They made a circus photo booth.
UNICEF is honoring the entire Edgewood 5th grade for its charity work this year. They raised about $2,500 through bake sales, arcade games, and Mrs. Blackley's class flea market.
The Knitting Club
The knitting club meets every Thursday during lunch with Mrs. Fiorella and Mrs. Stokes. In the knitting club we learn how to knit. We also complete many projects.
The Edgewood Olympic Challenge
On Jan. 13, Dr. Houseknecht introduced the Edgewood Olympic Challenge at an assembly in the morning. Watch the whole video here.
Our Community Is Pretty Caring
We interviewed the Scarsdale mayor's wife at the Scarsdale Public Library Book Sale! Read all about it here!
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