Latest News for Edison Middle School
Congratulations to the April Lobby Artists! These students currently have their artwork displayed in our office lobby and should report to the office right after announcements for a picture: Brooke Lieser, Mya May, Brieann Jacobs, Alexis Gilbert-Tucker, Mason Kuhlins, Cora Baker, KJ Oestereich, Katelyn Thomas, Owen Schwartz, Kaeden Yuhasz, Lizzy Veno, and Bella Schweizer.
The Edison Model United Nations team returned from the three-day OMUN competition in Columbus, Ohio. It is the largest academic competition in the state of Ohio, and our students won big this year. The delegations from the United Kingdom and Mali both advanced to General Assembly, and the delegations from the United Kingdom and Italy both advanced to the Cultural Talent Semi-Finals. The United Kingdom won it all! They won Outstanding Resolution, the Cultural Talent Award, and the top prize of Outstanding Nation. 8th grader Skye Hoover and 7th grade Kariane Elson won the Outstanding Leadership Awards; Kariane Elson also won the Agendas Issues Contest. Peyton Fisher won 2nd place in the Peace Essay Contest. And Edison won Top Prize in the I-OPEN Project. Additionally, three Edison students were elected to State Office: Leah Briggs and Luke Wagner are Council Presidents for the 2019-2020 school year, and Brooke Lieser has been elected President of the Human Rights Council, making her the first student in Perry history to be elected to the high office! It was a fabulous three days of rigorous academic research, writing, public speaking, and debate, and our students represented Edison with pride, proving that we are now officially the school to beat in next year’s competition.
Congratulations to our 7th grade Math Team! They competed at the Stark County Math Tournament and had 10 team members place. In Mental Computation, Sang Pham took 2nd place and Tyler Burkholder took 7th place. In Geometry/Measurement, Olivia Fleischaker won 1st place, Jessica Revlock placed 4th, and Gabrielle Miller took 7th. In the Team Problem Solving category, Perry placed 5th. The team was comprised of Nate Dulcie, Kelsi Bragg, and Ceeanna Gray. And finally, Joe Backus won 3rd place in the Advanced Algebra category and Zach Nesbitt took 7th place.
The Speak Life Resiliency Run is nearly here and the Perry Local School District is preparing the final touches for what is sure to be a memorable event. The 5K run/walk is in commemoration of the students who lost their lives last year. All of the funds raised by the race will be donated to Akron Children’s Hospital and Coleman Professional Services. The Speak Life Resiliency Run will begin at Perry High School at 9 a.m. on May 4, with registration starting at 7:30 a.m. Pre registration costs $25 for adults and $15 for children (ages 10 and under); on the day of the race, the fee is $30 for adults and $20 for children (ages 10 and under). Those who are interested in participating can register online at hermescleveland.com. Online registration closes Friday, May 3. (more…)