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    November 2018 


      

    Edgewood

     Click here for the upcoming events calendar.
      Visit here for e-flyers.
     

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    WHAT'S HAPPENING?
        
     
       
    santa Lion's Waffle Breakfast
     
    Join the Mounds View Lions and LEOs Club for "Breakfast with Santa" on Sunday morning, December 2, from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. The breakfast features "all you can eat" Belgian waffles, sausage, milk, juice, and coffee. Cost is $8/adults, $5/ages 6-12, and FREE for kids under 5. Invite your family and friends for this fun event. There will be FREE eyesight screening for children ages 6 months to 6 years old. Visit Santa and take a picture with him, enjoy FREE music and crafts, and sign up for a chance to win a giant Teddy Bear! A flyer can be found here.
     
    Teddy
     
     
    Tardy New Tardy Practice
     
    A new tardy practice started this week to encourage students to get to all their classes on time every day. Any student who is late to the same class twice during a given week or has accumulated six or more tardies from multiple classes will be assigned to an Alternative Learning Lab (ALL) the following Monday after school. Parents will be notified using an automated message if their child has been assigned to ALL. Students will be given a written notice on Monday during lunch to report to ALL after school that afternoon. 
     
    Ms. Gosselin, Student Intervention Support, will lead the after school session to help students with excessive tardies develop a plan for getting to class on time.   
     
    Students with zero tardies during the week will be entered into a drawing for a FREE COOKIE from the a' la carte line at lunch. 
     
    If you have questions about the new tardy practice, please contact your child's Dean of Students directly. 
     
       

    Yearbook  Yearbooks On Sale Now!

    Edgewood Yearbooks are now on sale until Friday, November 16. Early bird prices range from $15 - 27, depending on the package you choose. Order forms are available in the front office. Checks should be made out to "Lifetouch". Orders after November 16 must be placed online and the cost will increase so order now and Save! Order online at YBPAY.LIFETOUCH.COM, code #10712919.

     

     

    Knights Eighth Grade Transition Meeting

    Eighth grade parents/guardians are invited to attend an information session facilitated by Irondale High School Principal Amy Janecek on Thursday evening, November 29, from 6:00-7:00 p.m. to find out about opportunities available to your student and answer any questions you may have as you prepare them for the transition to high school. The session will take place in the Edgewood Cafeteria. 
     
    Also, this past October, eighth grade students had the opportunity to take the ACT Explore test. These test results will also be distributed to families on this night and Edgewood staff will be available to answer any questions. We look forward to having you attend. 
     
     

    Class Triip School Trip to Concordia Language Villages!

    ¡Hola Padres! Hello Parents!  Before MEA, we had the wonderful staff from Bemidji's Concordia Language Villages Spanish Camp visit our Spanish class.  We played games, sang, danced, and talked about Spanish camp... all in Spanish!  Linked below is a flyer with more information, as well as the link to registration, through Mounds View Community Ed.

    Registration opened Monday, October 22, and the cost is $325 for four days: May 16-19 (Thurs.-Sun.) and payment is due in March. Please contact Gina Fosse with any questions at gina.fosse@moundsviewschools.org. We hope your child can join us at Spanish Camp in May!

    More information can be found in this flier.

    Register here through Mounds View Community Ed.

     
    Below is the link to a video that highlights some of the activities that the campers will do:
     

     REMINDERS
     
     
      
    Instagram Edgewood Library is on Instagram
     
    Click here to follow the EW Library on Instagram!
     
     
     
     
     
    school lunch Lunch Menu
     
    The school lunch menu for November can be found here.   

    STUDENT/SPORT ACTIVITIES
       
     
     
    activities Before and After-School Activities
     
    A listing of the before and after-school activities can be found here.
    Students should listen for announcements on which activities are starting when and where. They will also be listed below under Student Activity Bulletin.
     
     
    sports Community Ed Sports

     

    Middle school co-curricular sports are a great way to engage in friendly competition. Athletes can compete in individual, partner, or team events in a wide range of sports offered throughout the year.

    • All participants receive a free activities t-shirt!•
    • Practices and competitions held immediately after school. 
    • Activity buses are available after practices for those eligible students.• 
    • Transportation is provided to and from all competitions•.
    • Activities do not meet on Fridays nor non-school days. 

    Search for Community Ed programs and register here using Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Paper registration forms are available to students, they can be found in the main office at each middle school. You may also print a registration form here.

    Any questions, please contact Chris VanHouse at Christian.VanHouse@moundsviewschools.org or call the Community Ed office at 651-621-6020

    Winter Season:  Registration will open December 3, 2018

    • Girls Basketball

    • Boys Basketball 

    • Floor hockey

    • Coed Swim

     

     

    Ski club Ski & Snowboard Club

    Registration for the Ski & Snowboard Club for grades 6-12 is now  open. 

    This program runs...
     
    Mondays - Dec 10,17, Jan 7,14, 28, Feb 4,11 & 25 (if needed, make up on Mar 4)
     
    Tuesdays - Dec 11,18, Jan 8, 15, 29, Feb 5. 12 & 26 (if needed, make up on Mar 5)

    Parent Chaperones are Needed! You don't have to ski, we are looking for Chalet-only chaperones too. As a Chaperone, you would be responsible for taking attendance and maintaining order on buses (coach bus). Once on the hill, students are free to go where they would like so you are welcome to ride on your own. Chaperones will receive...

    -Free lift ticket
    -Free rental equipment
    -Free lesson each night (if desired)

    For more information about the club or to register, click here.

     

    Student Activities Student Activity Bulletin

      MONDAY - FRIDAY, November 19-23

    • NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Week

    MONDAY, November 26 (A Day)

    • Chess Club - Cafeteria  6:45-7:30
    • F.A.N. Club – Cafeteria/Gym  6:45-7:30
    • Breakfast Served – Cafeteria  7:15–7:40
    • After School Snack – Cafeteria  2:25-2:35
    • Chamber Orchestra - Orchestra Room  2:35-3:25
    • Computer Club – LMC  2:35-3:25
    • FTC Robotics Team - Room 041  2:35-3:25
    • Math Team Practice - Room 007 2:35-3:25
    • Quiz Bowl - Room 016  2:35-3:25
    • Reading Zone - Room 001  2:35-3:25
    • Teen Leaders Club @ MVCC  2:35-4:05
    • Volleyball Practice - Gym  2:35-3:25

    TUESDAY, November 27 (B Day)

    • F.A.N. Club – Cafeteria/Gym  6:45-7:30
    • Breakfast Served – Cafeteria  7:15–7:40
    • After School Snack – Cafeteria  2:25-2:35
    • Book Ninjas - LMC  2:25-3:25
    • Computer Club – 109  2:35-3:25
    • FTC Robotics Team - Room 041  2:35-3:25
    • Jazz Band - Band Room  2:35-3:25
    • Knitting Club - Room 012  2:35-3:25
    • Reading Zone - Room 001  2:35-3:25
    • Science Zone - (6th Grade - Room 110/112, 7th Grade - Room 010, 8th Grade - Room 005)  2:35-3:25
    • Social Studies Zone - Room 018  2:35-3:25
    • Teen Leaders Club @ MVCC  2:35-4:05
    • Volleyball Practice - Gym  2:35-3:25

    WEDNESDAY, November 28 (B Day)

    • F.A.N. Club – Cafeteria/Gym  6:45-7:30
    • Breakfast Served – Cafeteria  7:15–7:40
    • After School Snack – Cafeteria  2:25-2:35
    • Amazon Club - Room 003  2:35-3:25 (Must sign up...limited to 15)
    • Computer Club – LMC  2:35-3:25
    • Jazz Band - Band Room  2:35-3:25
    • Quiz Bowl - Room 016  2:35-3:25
    • Reading Zone - Room 001  2:35-3:25
    • Science Zone - (6th & 8th Grade - Room 110, 7th Grade - Room 010)  2:35-3:25
    • STARS - Room 008  2:35-3:25
    • Swim Club - Pool  2:35-3:25
    • Teen Leaders Club @ MVCC  2:35-4:05
    • Volleyball Game @ Highview Middle School  3:15-5:30

    THURSDAY, November 29 (A Day)

    • F.A.N. Club – Cafeteria/Gym  6:45-7:30
    • Breakfast Served – Cafeteria  7:15–7:40
    • After School Snack – Cafeteria  2:25-2:35
    • Computer Club – LMC  2:35-3:25
    • FTC Robotics Team - Room 041  2:35-3:25
    • Social Studies Zone - Room 018  2:35-3:25
    • STRIPES - Room 005  2:35-3:25
    • Teen Leaders Club @ MVCC  2:35-4:05
    • Volleyball Practice - Gym  2:35-3:25
    • Yearbook Club - Room 012  2:35-3:25

    FRIDAY, November 30 (B Day)

    • F.A.N. Club – Cafeteria/Gym  6:45-7:30
    • Breakfast Served – Cafeteria  7:15–7:40
    • Computer Club – LMC  2:35-3:25
    • GSA Club – Room 016  2:35-3:25
    • Open Gym @ MVCC  2:35-3:25

     *Activities are subject to change, please listen for daily announcements.


    OUR EYES ARE ON IRONDALE 

      

      

    Bowling Irondale Varsity Bowling Team Going to State

    Congratulations to the Irondale Varsity Bowling Team who won the Conference Championship last Friday, November 9, at Mermaid Lanes. The varsity team will be represent Irondale at the State Bowling Championship on Saturday, December 1, at Drkula's in Inver Grove Heights. Congratulations to Irondale varsity team members Jaeger Hoog, Ricky Gustafson, Ryan Hemenway, Grace Bourgeois, and Edgewood students Joseph Bourgeois and Brandon Kreyer.

    Other team members include Lorne Mildenberger, Connor Rautio, Keagan Remore, David Loahr, Devin Munich, and Edgewood student Braisia Ferrian. 

    A very special congratulations to Edgewood student Brandon Kreyer who finished in the Top 10 for bowlers throughout the state. He also was named the conference MVP. Edgewood’s Brandon Kreyer and Joseph Bourgeios were named to the future stars team. Brandon Kreyer was named to first team all conference and Ricky Gustafson was named to second team all conference. Congratulations to all former Edgewood and current Irondale students on a great season and best of luck at State! 

       

    KnightKrawler KnightKrawler Robotics
     
    Irondale's Robotics Team, #2052 KnightKrawler, will be competing in the Minne-Mini off-season competition hosted by Team #2169 KingTec on Saturday, November 17, from 9:15 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. at Prior Lake High School, 7575 W 150th Street, Savage. This is a competition where teams can begin to prepare for the upcoming FRC build season and the ensuing competition season – all in a fun, and casual tournament atmosphere.
     
     
    consent form Middle School Registration/Consent Form

    Seventh & eighth grade athletes that wish to participate on a high school team will also register online. Before you begin your online registration, approval must be obtained from the middle school principal or dean, the high school activities director and coach. In addition, signatures from both student & parent/guardian are also required. Please complete the following consent form and deliver to the high school activities office before you begin the online registration:

    Middle School consent form (7th and 8th grade only).


    EVENTS AND RESOURCES
     
       
     
    SEPPAC Meeting
     
    Mounds View Public Schools and the Special Education Parent and Professional Advisory Council (SEPPAC) invite all parents to attend "Supporting Positive Mental Health: Awareness and Follow-up" facilitated by Kari Hosmer, School Psychologist on Thursday, November 29, 2018, from 6:45 - 8:15 p.m. at the Mounds View Schools District Center, 4570 Victoria Street North, Shoreview.
     
     
    Ralph Reeder Ralph Reeder Resources
     
    Thanksgiving baskets are available November 1 - 21. To register, call the Ralph Reeder Food shelf to schedule your appointment at 651-621-6280.
     

    Need Help with Holiday Gifts for your Children? Operation Joy can help! There are two ways you can register your children ages birth to grade 12: 

    1. During any daytime food shelf appointment (Nov. 1 thru Nov. 30) appointment line 651-621-6280. You will receive food and your toy pick up times the same day OR

    2. Wednesday, November 14, or Wednesday, November 28, from 9:30 to 11:30 - walk in registration at Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, Silver View Strip Mall, 2544 Mounds View Blvd., Mounds View.

     
     
    Community Meal Free Community Meals
     
    A calendar of free community meals and locations for the month of November can be found here
     
        

    American Indian American Indian Event Opportunities

    All American Indian students and Families are welcome to attend:

    • Ojibwe & Lakota Language classes

      • These language classes are from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at Mounds View High School

      • December 18th

      • January 15th

      • February 12th and 26th

      • March 12th

      • April 16 and 30th

      • May 7th and 21st

    • Drum & Dance:

      • Tuesday’s at 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

      • Includes a light dinner

        Nov 27th

        Dec 11th

        Jan 8th

        Jan 22nd

        Feb 5th

        Feb 19th

        Mar 5th

        Mar 26th

        Apr 9th

         

         

    To stay up to date with what is happening with Indian Education please watch check these webpages:

    https://www.moundsviewschools.org/Page/4926

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/399008513593848/

     

    rcph Fix it and Mend-it Clinics

    Ramsey County Public Health hosts regular Fix-it and Mend-it clinics where people can bring appliances and clothing and have them repaired for free. Below is an upcoming schedule (also listed on facebook).

    Saturday, December 8, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

    Our Lady of Guadalupe

    401 Concord Street, Saint Paul, MN 55107

    More information can be found here at the website:

    https://www.ramseycounty.us/residents/recycling-waste/education/fix-it-clinics

       

    Pass-It-Along
     
    Pass-It-Along is a free event sponsored by the ECFE Parent Advisory Committee to help meet the needs of families in our community. We will be offering children's clothes, books, toys, winter wear and maternity clothing. The event will be held at The Early Childhood Center on November 19 from 2:00-5:00.   
     
     

    kookoo Koo Koo Kanga Roo

    As part of the Music at Mounds View Series, come see Koo Koo Kanga Roo on January 13, at 2:00 p.m. at the Mounds View High School Auditorium. Koo Koo Kanga Roo is the dance-a-long comedy show from Bryan and Neil, two friends who set out to experiment with live music and make it more fun. Armed with nothing more than an iPod, two mics, one giant rainbow and some gold sneakers, Koo Koo Kanga Roo puts on an all-ages dance party that invites everyone to join in. 

     
     
    Community
     
    Community Program Offerings
     
    In addition to the youth programs and enrichment opportunities available through the District's Community Ed Department, a number of activities, camps and youth programs are hosted by area cities, local businesses, community organizations and school PTA groups. Please see offerings available in the district attendance area here. 
       

    EPAT 
     
     
      
    lockermate Lockermates
     
    Lockermates are available for sale at $20 each. The colors available are black/red, royal blue/green, fuchsia/black, purple/teal, or orange/navy. Please email jenniferparlin1@gmail.com to order. The Lockermate will be available at Edgewood for your student to pick up. 
     
      
    EPAT 2018-2019 Meeting Dates
     
    Join EPAT for their meetings this year. Come when you can to learn more about Edgewood and any events coming up. The meetings take place in the front office conference room beginning at 5:30 p.m. Meeting dates for the rest of the year are listed below: 
     
    Monday, February 4
    Monday, April 15
     
      
    Volunteers Needed Volunteers Needed
     
    EPAT supports our staff and students in a variety of ways, from providing food items for staff, to chaperoning for events, to providing funds for teachers/students for various activities (back-to-school picnics, grade-level celebration days, etc.). Below are events/activities in which EPAT relies on volunteer help. If you can help in any way, please contact Jen Parlin, EPAT Coordinator, at jenniferparlin1@gmail.com or Volunteer Coordinator Margaret Meyer at margaret.meyer@moundsviewschools.org. THANK YOU for your support!
     
    EPAT-sponsored events needing volunteer/coordinator help:   
    • Coordinator to organize and pick up Acapulco meals for staff during Parent Communication Nights on Thursday, November 29, and Thursday, March 7 

    • Coordinator to organize Staff Appreciation Breakfast on Tuesday morning, April 30
     
    Thank You! Support Edgewood
     
    You can support Edgewood by participating in the below fundraisers year-round: 
     
     

    Amazon Smile AmazonSmile - Operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice.

    Every item available for purchase on www.amazon.com is also available on AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com) at the same price. You will see eligible products marked "Eligible for AmazonSmile donation" on their product detail pages.

    For more information about the AmazonSmile program, go to http://smile.amazon.com/about.

     
    FPI Food Taste Testing - Earn some extra $$CASH$$ and sample some really great food. All you have to do is log on and register at www.fpitesters.com.
     
     
      
    Box Tops Box Tops - Please save all of your Box Tops and turn them in at Edgewood. There is a drop box in the front office of the school. This is just another way to earn money for our kids. Please be sure Box Tops are not expired as they will not accept.
     
    Thank you for your support! 

    SPIRITWEAR
     
      
    spiritwear
     Show Your School Spirit
     
    School spiritwear is online. Click here for Edgewood spiritwear through the District. PLEASE NOTE that items cannot be exchanged or refunded...all sales are final. You can also order other Mounds View Public Schools spiritwear.          

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