Eagle Talk | October 15, 2021
Edgemont Junior High
For Your Information
Interim Progress Report #1
Student progress grades will be posted On Tuesday, October 19th. These grades represent the work completed in classes from the start of the year through Friday, October 15th.
If you need assistance with either of these platforms, please see the following links to Family University.
- Retakes will be on Monday, October 25th
- Students can pick up order forms in the office starting next week
- Students will need to bring their old picture packets back prior to taking a new picture
Just a reminder that our fundraiser this year is in full swing. We are partnering with Windmill Gardens to sell poinsettias (various colors and sizes), wreaths, swags, and garlands. This fundraiser is to help offset many of the costs related to student activities (clubs, athletics, student government...).
Please see the flyer below to view the sale items. See your child to place an order.
With the holidays fast approaching, Edgemont is ready to offer help to our families in need. If you believe you need assistance during the holiday time, please take a moment to let us know using the survey below:
9th Grade Winter Sports
Attention current 9th grade families! Is your child interested in Boys Swimming, Boys/Girls Basketball, Boys/Girls Wrestling, Girls Bowling, or Girls Gymnastics?
If they are, the Puyallup High School Athletic Director, Mr. Susee, will be on campus Wednesday, October 20th, during lunches. He will be here to answer questions about high school athletics for the upcoming winter season and distribute clearance information for those interested in participating.
Have your child stop by and say hello!
Drug/Alcohol Prevention Information
Drug Free Looks Like Me
We’re excited to announce the 2021 Red Ribbon Campaign Theme, Drug Free Looks Like Me™. Submitted by Marin Wurst, a 7th grader at Solon Middle School in Solon, Ohio, the theme is a reminder that everyday Americans across the country make significant daily contributions to their communities by being the best they can be because they live Drug-Free!
Red Ribbon Week is October 23rd to October 31st.
There are numerous ways to participate to include virtual activities. Plant the Promise, Social Media Challenge, Photo Contest and more.
Check the Red Ribbon Campaign web site at: https://www.redribbon.org/