Latest News for Edison Middle School

Christmas Links Update

paperchainEdison students raised over $1200.00 with our Christmas Links Giving Project.  We are so proud of the kindness our students demonstrated to others during the holiday season. Congratulations to Mr. Sexton’s homeroom for raising the most money!

Blood Drive – Thursday, January 9th (Critical Need)

lifeshareEdison Middle School is sponsoring a blood drive. The current blood supply is critically low due to the recent severe weather. If you would kindly help by donating not only will you help save lives in this time of need, our school will also receive a fundraising grant.  The Blood Drive will be open at Edison from 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM on Thursday, January 9th. 

Geography Bee Results

photoThirty five 7th and 8th grade students participated in the Edison Middle School Geography Bee on Friday, December 20th.  The students were asked questions in the areas of: US Geography, US Cities, Continents, World Geography, and Physical Geography. After a preliminary round, ten finalists were chosen to compete in the final round. (See picture.) Special congratulations to those who were in the Championship Round and placed as follows:  Third place-Kevin Echelberry, Runner Up-Michael Abraham and Champion-Jacob Brown. Jacob will be competing with hundreds from the state to qualify for the state level competition.

Edison Choir Students Perform with Cleveland Symphony Orchestra

CMA concert 008Joseph Schueller and Madison Violand were selected to sing this year with the Cleveland Orchestra Children’s Chorus. Under the direction of Dr. Ann Usher, they have performed at Severance Hall with the Cleveland Orchestra and the Cleveland Orchestra Chorus. They will also be performing on December 21st and 22nd at Severance Hall.  The Children’s Chorus consists of approximately 45 children between grades 5-8 from all around the Cleveland area.  Joseph has also been accepted to sing in the ACDA Central Division Middle School Boys’ Honor Choir.  Joseph was one of 50 boys to be selected from across four states.  This choir will perform as part of a national Choral Music conference in February in Cincinnati, Ohio.

“Tops” In Their Class

top matchStudents from Mr. Lashaway’s Manufacturing Technology classes held a “spin off” with the tops they created in class.  The final match was between Alex Drakulich and Alex Bennett.  Alex Bennett was the winner.

Palace Theatre Concert Update

Unfortunately, we have decided not to reschedule the Palace Concert.  There are several reasons for this including:

  • The Palace is not available until December 23rd
  • Too many other events conflicting between Edison and Perry High School
  • No available space
  • Renting another hall will cost money:  The boosters have already had to pay $2000 to the Palace which is non refundable.

There are just too many conflicts to make this work.

The Perry Band Boosters will honor your Palace tickets at our annual Bands In The Round concert.  Just hang on to you your ticket, and it will gain you admission to that event for free.

If you need a refund, send in your ticket(s) with a pre addressed/stamped envelope.  We will get a check to you.

Of course, we will also gladly accept your donation if you choose neither option as the band program has lost money on this event.  Our Palace rental fee was $2000, and our recording fees are usually $1000.

Edison Students Showcase Artwork At Sippo Library

photo (1)The following students have their artwork displayed at the Sippo Library for the months of November and December.  Congratulations to them! (Students pictured in no particular order are: Serena McCaulley, Madelyn Bartolone, Gavin Hill, Nathan Moore, Madison Reidl, Madison Tipple, Ashley Wooton, Rachelle Putnam, Jacob Newhouser, Tristan Mudge, Gavin Cushman, Christian Burkhardt, Christian McLain, Emily Rodriguez, Kyla Matheson, Mackenzie Spehar, Nathan Talafous, Josh Lupi, Hallie Fink, Samantha Thorpe, Jonathan Squire, Jake Henderson, Jace Edwards, Gracie Kelley, Kayla Wilson, Gavin Loucks, Payton Lutz, and Jimmy Zheng)

Edison Artists Have Work Displayed

photoThese students had their artwork displayed in the Edison waiting room over the past month. Congratulations to them for being selected to showcase their work! (Pictured left to right:  Jessica Pauley, Kaitlyn White, Madelyn Bartolone, Serena McCaulley, Deydra Armstrong, Hailey Westfall, Nick Groves, and Robby Kirchner)