Latest News for Edison Middle School
Students going on the 8th grade trip to Washington, DC attended a meeting on April 26th and received packets with details for the trip. Please use the link below to access the handouts that were given to the students at the meeting.
Edison Middle School is proud to announce students qualifying for the third-quarter honor roll and merit roll. To be listed on the honor roll, a student must have a 3.5 – 4.00 grade-point average. To be listed on the merit roll, a student must have a 3.00 – 3.49 grade-point average. Congratulations to all students who earned this academic recognition.
Grade 7 Honor Roll – 3rd Grading Period (2017-2018)
Grade 7 Merit Roll – 3rd Grading Period (2017-2018)
Grade 8 Honor Roll – 3rd Grading Period (2017-2018)
Grade 8 Merit Roll – 3rd Grading Period (2017-2018)
Come be a part of the tradition of Perry Youth Football (PYF) for the 2018 season. We at PYF pride ourselves on a safe place for Perry kids to learn the game they love and make friends. Players and cheerleaders will have the opportunity to play at the high school stadium. Click here for more information on dates and times for registration.
8th-grade students will have the option of going to Cedar Point as a reward for the 4th 9 weeks Opportunity Day on May 30th. The cost of the trip is $75 which includes a ticket, charter bus ride, and drink bracelet. Students must meet all requirements outlined on the permission slip in order to attend. Permission slips and money must be turned in by April 27th to guarantee a place on the trip. Please see attached permission slip for complete details.
TomTod Ideas and the Palace Theatre are at it again… partnering to bring Screenagers, a timely and informational documentary to Canton. The film discusses how “screen time” is affecting our children, and what we can do about it. After the screening will be a Q&A with a panel of amazing, student-minded community leaders. At a time when many of us parents are concerned with the social, moral, and emotional impact that technology has on our kids, this film really speaks volumes. I hope interested parents will consider attending the screening along with their children… it will be a great jumping off point for some meaningful discussions and self-reflection for everyone!
PAC offers a training environment that provides a challenging but fun environment to develop and refine swimming skills. Swimmers are provided with success-oriented competition and instructed on how to grow from setbacks and defeat. Please note that to be considered for the PAC team, all swimmers must be able to swim one(1) full length of the pool (unassisted) and able to swim freestyle and one(1) other strokes of their choice (breast, butterfly, or back). If your swimmer is not quite ready for the team, we recommend taking the American Red Cross swim lessons offered at our Perry Pool various times throughout the year!