Edgewood Intermediate School

October 2017 Newsletter

Living, Learning and Leading Together

A Message from Ms. Lee

It's officially fall in Indiana which means it's time to say "see you later" to summer. For schools, that means we're really digging into our curriculum and getting into a good routine. Hopefully this means a good routine at home as well!


We've been trying to incorporate some new pieces here at EIS this year. You can view our announcements on Facebook Live by "liking" Edgewood Intermediate School. We're also using this feature to get announcements out to our families. ChromeBooks are being incorporated across the grade levels with 1 cart for every 2 classrooms. Also, Boys and Girls Club of Ellettsville has made a new home in the EIS building. These are all exciting changes that we hope make the educational experience better for our students by providing them additional opportunities.



As always, please contact me with any questions or concerns. I so appreciate our family partnerships!


Jennifer

October Newsletter Video

Quick Reminders

  • Please remember that you must fill out a background check online prior to coming in to volunteer, eat lunch with your child, or attend a field trip. The link is https://goo.gl/RBCvtX.
  • Download our “Edgewood Intermediate School” app through iTunes or Google. I use it all the time!
  • "Like" Edgewood Intermediate School on Facebook and follow us @EISEagles on Twitter!

Flu Facts...Stay Informed to Keep Our Students Healthy

It’s that time of year again…Know your facts

  • The flu is very contagious and it can spread easily and quickly

  • Before you even know you are sick you can pass the flu onto others

  • The flu can affect anyone, including those who are healthy

  • You need to be vaccinated against the flu every year

  • It takes 1 to 4 days for flu symptoms to appear after being exposed to the virus

  • Most people recover from the flu in 7-10 days


What does the flu look like??

  • High fever

  • Cough

  • Muscle aches


Other common symptoms include:

  • headache

  • chills

  • loss of appetite

  • fatigue (tiredness)

  • sore throat

  • runny or stuffy nose


Some people, especially children, may also experience:

  • a stomach ache

  • diarrhea

  • nausea and vomiting


If your child is experiencing symptoms of the flu please keep them home. The clinic has limited resources and is NOT a substitute for being seen by a physician. Students who are not actively vomiting and do not have a fever over 100.0 degrees will not be sent home. If a student calls for a ride without being seen in the clinic it will be recorded as an unexcused absence. Students who are ill may come to the clinic for over the counter medicines and rest. Please do not send medications to school with students. All medication must be brought to school by parents in the original container and signed in to the clinic. When your child is done with his/her medication, it can be picked up by a parent.


As always, please help us prevent the spread of germs and wash your hands frequently!


Debbie Day, RN, MPa

Corporation Nurse

Richland-Bean Blossom Community School Corporation

Kroger Community Rewards Program for EIS PTO - Make sure to sign up!

Thank you to so many of you who have enrolled in the Kroger Community Rewards Program for the EIS PTO! Your grocery shopping continues to bring back funds to our school and students.


**IMPORTANT** Your enrollment in the Kroger Community Rewards Program needs to be renewed at the beginning of each calendar year. If you have not enrolled since January 1, 2017, you must re-enroll for this yearly cycle.


Please see the instructions below to sign up or re-enroll...


Step 1: Go to krogercommunityrewards.com.

Step 2: Click ‘create an account,’ or if you already have an account, sign in and skip to step 5.

Step 3: Enter account information, and click ‘create an account.’

Step 4: Add your Kroger card and click ‘save.’

Step 5: Click ‘enroll’ under the community rewards header.

Step 6: Type “Edgewood Intermediate School PTO, Inc.” or our number 10905, and hit ‘search.’

Step 7: Select Edgewood Intermediate School PTO, Inc., and click ‘enroll.’

Step 8: Optional: Register your phone # as your alternate ID so you can use it at the register.

Step 9: Use your card or phone number when shopping at Kroger to fundraise for EIS!

C.L.A.S.S. Lifelines - August Students of the Month

August - Patience


Every month each teacher nominates two students who have continually modeled the C.L.A.S.S. Lifelines we are focusing on for the month. While all of our students strive to “treat people right” and “do the right thing,” we’d like to celebrate the following students who have gone the extra mile.


Third Grade


  • Mrs. Harrison - Lillian DeSalle & Lawton Cherry
  • Mr. Hornick - Isabelle Gabbard & Preston Wendel
  • Miss Leichter - Jayden Turner & Havyn Snyder
  • Mrs. Powell - Rilynn Williams & Kendi Tourney
  • Miss Reed - Aiden Meza & Madison Hixson
  • Mrs. Smock - Addilyn Ulmet & Quincy Morwick
  • Mrs. Stocker - Neveah Carr & Conner Harden
  • Mrs. Swedran - Khaliya Council & Connor Busby


Fourth Grade


  • Mrs. Kuzemka - Natalie Bagnoche-Peterson & Logan Edwards
  • Mrs. Guthrie - Skyler Fortune & Carmon Mullen
  • Ms. Leichter - Gavin Pannell & Kaitlyn Wright
  • Miss Mills - Patrick Campbell & Kyleigh Murphy
  • Mrs. Mobley - Katelyn Holmes
  • Mrs. Stephens - Xiaohua Zheng & Mike Law
  • Mr. Stone - Thierry Terrell & Bryce Turner
  • Mrs. Stone - Addie Morwick & Leeland Kelley


Fifth Grade


  • Mrs. Bruce - Zack Barber & Kambree Brantley
  • Mrs. Burris - Brayln Chambers & Jacob Jackson
  • Mrs. Cowden - Savannah Robbins & Jarrod Steinmetz
  • Mrs. Crawford - Chloe Purcell & Peyton Nethery
  • Mrs. DeMoss - Emily Talbert & Sophie Beatty
  • Mrs. Kress - Dannika & Dylan Francke
  • Mrs. Uhls - Landon Wojciechowski & Adan Hedrick
  • Mrs. Ware - Ellie Emmons & Parker Hier

C.L.A.S.S. Lifelines - September Students of the Month

September - Flexibility & Integrity


Every month each teacher nominates two students who have continually modeled the C.L.A.S.S. Lifelines we are focusing on for the month. While all of our students strive to “treat people right” and “do the right thing,” we’d like to celebrate the following students who have gone the extra mile.


Third Grade


  • Mrs. Harrison - Gibson Bell & Brettlyn Kinder (Flexibility); Addilynn Winders & Paul Hazel (Integrity)
  • Mr. Hornick - Thomas Carpenter & Braylen Allen (Flexibility); Jeremiah Heiliger & Brylee Moore (Integrity)
  • Miss Leichter - Chloe Richardson (Flexibility); Isaac Truax & Sydney Adams (Integrity)
  • Mrs. Powell - Jaiden Ritz & Olivia Biggs (Flexibility); Cairo Beyers & Haydin McCullough (Integrity)
  • Miss Reed - Ariana Vician & Nic Garrett (Flexibility); Madalyn Hancock & Henry Ripley (Integrity)
  • Mrs. Smock - Hannah Justis & Preston Dickerson (Flexibility)
  • Mrs. Stocker - Corbin Willis & Ava Siegelin (Flexibility)
  • Mrs. Swedran - Callahan Hawkins (Flexibility); Cara Alaya & Austin Boltinghouse (Integrity)


Fourth Grade


  • Mrs. Kuzemka - Reyanna Dryer & Paige Wilson (Flexibility); Aiden Hicks (Integrity)
  • Mrs. Guthrie - Carter Hayden & Adrianna Lovelace (Flexibility); Dreyden Snyder & Grace Ballard (Integrity)
  • Ms. Leichter - Alisia Crawford & Mya Coleman (Flexibility); Gabby Barnett & Zachary Bishop (Integrity)
  • Miss Mills - Izabell Chambers & Bryson Hamilton (Flexibility); Presley Lindell & Victoria Purtlebaugh (Integrity)
  • Mrs. Mobley - Andrew Volz (Flexibility); Makayla Pilant (Integrity)
  • Mrs. Stephens - Myah Ault & Kallie Bowmer (Flexibility); Nayeli Reyes & Cayleb Stephens (Integrity)
  • Mr. Stone - Lizzie Austin & Allison Fultz (Flexibility); Cora Lewis & Piper Luango (Integrity)
  • Mrs. Stone - Madison Carter & Dean Laubsch (Flexibility); Avery Dunham & Eva Woodcock (Integrity)


Fifth Grade


  • Mrs. Bruce - Aaron Murphy & Owen McGovern (Flexibility); Chrislyn Miller & Sophia Hammond (Integrity)
  • Mrs. Burris - Brayleigh Payton & Gracie Jones (Flexibility); Ethan Davis & Jackson Klinger (Integrity)
  • Mrs. Cowden - Addison Ellis & Jasen Hawkins (Flexibility); Nevaeh Stewart & Cohen Bell (Integrity)
  • Mrs. Crawford - Lillie Vance & Nehemiah Strunk (Flexibility); Addison Hoy & Dane Weisner (Integrity)
  • Mrs. DeMoss - Caleb Webb & Ainsley Ferguson (Flexibility); Luke Waugh & Candi Wilson (Integrity)
  • Mrs. Jones - Hayden Corns (Flexibility); Braylon Walters (Integrity)
  • Mrs. Kress - Mikey A. & Carli Mullen (Flexibility); Berkeley Flater (Integrity)
  • Mrs. Uhls - Keylee Taylor & Clayton Franklin (Flexibility); Cailin Dunham & Caeden Corbett (Integrity)
  • Mrs. Ware - Charleigh Sullivan & Mason Robinson (Flexibility); Rayne Venegas & Connor Thomas (Integrity)

October & November Events

October 6: Last Day of the 1st Quarter

October 6-8: Hilly Hundred

October 9-13: Fall Break - No School

October 10: EPS/EIS Skate Night 6:30-8:30 p.m.

October 17: 3rd & 5th Grade Vision Screenings

October 19: PTO Dine 'n Donate Jiffy Treet (All day)

October 19: EIS VEX IQ Robotics Team Practice 3:30-4:30 p.m.

October 19: EIS PTO Meeting 6:00-7:00 p.m.

October 20: Report cards sent home through Harmony

October 23-27: Scholastic Book Fair (Times to be announced)

October 26: Fall Picture Re-Takes

October 26: EIS VEX IQ Robotics Team Practice 3:30-4:30 p.m.

October 27: Emoji Day

October 27: Monster Bash 6:00-7:30 (3rd grade), 6:30-8:00 (4th grade), 6:45-8:15 (5th grade)

November 1: Major Saver Kick-Off

November 1: PTO Urban Air Fundraiser 5:00-7:00 p.m.

November 2: EIS VEX IQ Robotics Team Practice 3:30-4:30 p.m.

November 9: EIS VEX IQ Robotics Team Practice 3:30-4:30 p.m.

November 9: 4th Grade Art & Music Night 7:00-8:00 p.m.

November 9-15: Major Saver Collection

November 10: Veterans Day Program @ EPS/EIS (Time to be announced)

November 14: PTO Skate Night 6:30-8:30 p.m.

November 16: EIS VEX IQ Robotics Team Practice 3:30-4:30 p.m.

November 16: Spell Bowl Competition

November 16: EIS PTO Meeting 6:00-7:00 p.m.

November 22-24: Thanksgiving Break - No School

November 28: STEAM 4H Club 3:30-4:30 p.m.

November 30: EIS VEX IQ Robotics Club 3:30-4:30 p.m.