were not impacted by the Heartbleed Bug:
We also recommend using the below link to self-check any sites
that you may be using at home.
We especially encourge families in the process of registering schools for kindergarten to come to one of our assemblies. It will give you a good feel for our climate and culture here at EES! v Looking forward to seeing you soon!
We will be giving Kindergarten Tours several times between January and February to help families make decisions concerning which school they would like their child to attend. The times of the tours are as follows:
Wednesdays, Feb. 12, Feb. 19, Mar. 5, Mar. 12 and Mar. 19.
Meet us at the Front Entrance at 8:05 am at "Incoming Kindergarten Tour" sign.
Attend Whole School Assembly from 8:10 to 8:30 to get a feel for the climate at Edmunds Elementary, and then tour from 8:30 to 9:00; coffee and any additional questions from 9:00 to 9:15.
PJ Storyhour for incoming and current Kindergarten students. March 18th from 6:30 to 7:30. Bring your child in their PJ's so they are ready for bed. We'll have stories, milk and cookies!
It would be helpful to call and let us know if you are coming to a tour. Contact Monica Gragg at 864-1791
Edmunds Elementary School will be recognized in the Way to Go! Awards Ceremony on December 4th in Essex Junction for having the most participation by a K-12 School in the Way to Go! Challenge. With 54% of our students logging their participation, the Edmunds Community is estimated to have saved 308 pounds of carbon. Our students competed within the school for the most participation by class for a healthy, smoothie made with a bicycle powered blender. Congratulations to the winners from the K-2 grades, Shelley Spinner's class with 82% of their class participating and Mrs. Prescott's class with 72% participating. Thank you to our parent leaders Rachel Shelley and Peggy O'Neil for spearheading this effort!
The attendance at the game was 2028, up from 1498 which was set at the University of New Hampshire. It was a great time and the players were really happy to have so many people there.