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August 2019 News

Mrs. Ferris earned a grant from Donors Choose for her classroom.  Mrs. Ferris grant is for iPad cases for the Kindergarten's iPads.  Congrats room 2.

July 2019 News

Edison teachers, Ms. Felker and Ms. Rowley, both qualified for 2019 grants for their classroom from the AZ Extraordinary Educators License Plate Fund.  Congrats to both teachers as they continue to do great things for the students at Edison.  Grants take extra time and effort just to apply for these special programs and we appreciate them being willing to go beyond.

Mrs. Youngquist led her readers on cultural explorations for two areas of Hispanic culture.  From the artist Frida Kahlo, students were inspired to make a themed picture to go along with their story.  From an author study, students studied "The House on Mango Street" by Sandy Cisneros, then created their own street view of their home and neighborhood.

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Central Christian Church volunteers invaded Edison for their annual day of service on April 7th.  30 volunteers came to Edison to build, paint, construct and clean on our campus.  We are so lucky to have their support in our community.

 

 

Edison hosted JA Day with volunteers from Toyota.  Toyota employees visited classes to teach Edison students all about business, economics, community resources, and careers.  Toyota sponsored a yummy lunch for our staff as well.  Our kids really enjoy having our guest teachers for the day and we appreciate Junior Achievement and Toyota for supporting our school.

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Congrats to our staff members that have gotten grants for our students.fiesta bowl charities logodonors choose logo

Paige Rowley- 6th grade- Classroom Equipment for flexible seating . Fiesta Bowl Charities .  $5000 winner

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Lisa Freshley-to attend the Ron Clark Academy for Professional Learning

Jenni Gramstad- Engaging Books for Kinders- class library

Stacey Weddle- Snap Cases for Classrooms

Heidi Warren - Science Reading Kits- Life Cycles

Krista Johnson- First Grade Organization class project

Lisa Freshley- Math Fluency Kit . ETA Hand to Mind

Lisa Freshley - 4th grade-  has earned two recent grants for her 4th grade classroom.  Powering our Future grant and STEM - Seasonal Bundles are on the way to Edison.

Jenni Gramstad  - Kinder .  Donors Choose Flexible seating

Jackie Luebbert- 2nd grade  Donors Choose Science Materials - Penguin Unit

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We had a blast at the Riverview Peter Piper Pizza February 20th.  Miguel L. was the ice cream contest champion.  Staff, students and families had fun with games and food.

 

PTO will be hosting Shaved Ice tomorrow 4-23.  Save up for a tasty treat. $3

Thanks to Horace Mann for their visit and staff awards last week.  Our site has truly benefited from their sponsorship with DonorsChoose.

Edison Authors

Edison students were recently recognized with awards for their writing prowess. 

Three 6th grade students were recognized in the City of Mesa- historical writing contest for their entries.  Tara M. won first place, Alyson E. and Sabrina R. received honorable mentions.  Paige Rowley, 6th-grade writing teacher, organized the entries.  Congrats Eagle Authors!!!

Two Edison students were recognized for their entries into the MPS Voices writing contest.  Megan M. (1st grade) and Tara M. (6th grade) both received honorable mentions for their entries.  We are so proud of our Edison writers and thanks to our teachers for their support of these opportunities.

Edison STEAM Fair

Thanks to our staff that sponsored and helped students prepare for the Edison STEAM Fair.  Our winners advanced to the MPS Sci-Tech festival that will take place Saturday, March 2nd @ Westwood High School. The event is from 10 a.m to 2 p.m.

Students competed with their projects for design and interviews with judges from our staff and community.  Winners were from both 5th and 6th-grade classes.  More news and pictures to follow...

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Welcome Back!

Good morning Edison Eagles,

We hope you've all had a fabulous summer.  Believe it or not, we are already gearing up for an awesome 19-20 school year.  Join us for Meet the Teacher Night on Thursday, August 1st from 5-6:30.  

As a reminder, school starts Tuesday, August 6th! That's right, we start on Tuesday, NOT Wednesday.  In addition, we have new school hours.  Click on Full story to see those new hours.  

See you soon!

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Edison Students Win Writing Award

Three Edison sixth grade students win City of Mesa Historical Society essay contest.

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Community Connections

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Edison has been selected to be an SRP energy conservation school.  Mrs. Delmoe and Mrs. Rednour are leading our efforts to conserve and have attended SRP training sessions to lead our school. We are learning about our campus electricity use and how to do a better job in efficiently using our tech tools for learning.   

Service Learning-Thanks to all of our Service Learning student interns that are working on our campus this semester. We really appreciate the effort you have shown our community with your service and student support.  Our kids love having you on our campus and teachers enjoy hosting.

This year we host interns that represent Grand Canyon (GCU), Arizona State (ASU), and Northern Arizona (NAU).  

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College Cheers
AVID Elementary

Edison is proud to be an AVID campus.  We are building a culture of student performance and college readiness.  We will develop students with the skills needed to organize their work, study for exams and apply their thinking to a variety of learning tasks. 

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Learn about AVID in MPS.

STMath Success

jiji on blueEdison students in grades K-4 work with this program to help them build math skills.  We are glad to keep this program for our students. Rock on Jiji!!!

Attendance Winners

August Winners

K-2 level   Mrs. Peterson - room 7

3-6 level   Mrs. Park - room 27

September Winners -

K-2 level Ms. Johnson room 10

3-6 level Ms. Riccolo room 32

October Winners

K-2 level  Ms. Johnson  room 10

3-6 level  Mrs. Fitch  room 36

November Winners

K-2 level  Ms. Johnson  room 10

3-6 level  Ms. Scott  room 28

December Winners

K-2 level  Ms. Johnson  room 10

3-6 level  Ms. Riccolo  room 32

January Winners

K-2 level  Ms. Johnson  room 10

3-6 level  Mrs.Park  room 27

February Winners

K-2 level Mrs. Peterson room 7

3-6 level  Ms. Scott  room 28

March Winners

K-2 level  Mrs. Luebbert room 12

3-6 level  Mrs. Charnofsky room 24

April Winners

K-2 level  Luebbert room 12

3-6 level  Donohue room 23

ALEKS Math - grades 4-6

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Students at Edison will practice their math skills using a program called ALEKS.  This web based program allows each student to work at an individual pace following a unique learning path as they advance their skills and close any knowledge gaps they have in specific math concept areas.

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January @ Edison

Edison students in Mrs. Soloff's 4th-grade created a class mural to celebrate MLK Day and the contributions of Martin Luther King Jr.

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Battle of the Books

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Landen, Amber and Carson represented Edison in the Annual MPS Battle of the Books.  Way to go Eagles.

Head Start @ Edison
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Edison hosts Maricopa County HeadStart in room 5 on our campus. This year, there is one class session for all students attending the preschool.

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Our motto was "Real Heroes don't do drugs!"

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Track and Field Results

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Softball Throw Winners 4-6

Robertson- Miguel L and Ilea

Shumate- Ammon and Karen

Rowley-Aniya and Daniel M.

Bradshaw-Brendan and Mackenzie

 

Park- Heather and Isaiah

Scott-Edwin and Elizabeth

Riccolo-Erick and Cassidee

Delmoe-Shawn and Angela

 

 

Freshley-Gio and Leah

Soloff-Niko and Taylor

McCullar-Max and Sandra

Hall-Abdul and Yazmin

 

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