More than 30 students meet in the school’s playground every Thursday morning before school to begin a 20-minute walk around the neighborhood.
Saturday, April 13, 2013
Monday, April 1, 2013
Second grade students at Edgewood Elementary School gained new appreciation for the joy and value of reading, thanks to a visit by the Philadelphia Eagles Book Mobile.
Friday, March 1, 2013
Students had to read books and answer questions about them.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
The meeting will be held on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Pottstown High School cafeteria.
Pottstown School District will formally present their redistricting plan for elementary enrollment areas during their regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday. With the closing of Edgewood Elementary, the district will be consolidating students from five elementary schools into four. How that affects which students go to which school will be addressed during the presentation. The meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of the Pottstown High School. Parents are encouraged to attend. Subscribe to our free daily newsletter | Follow us on Facebook | Follow us @PottstownPatch See also: Pa. Girl Brings Bubble Gun to Kindergarten, Gets Suspended National Junior Honor Society Inducts 44 from Pottstown Middle School Taxpayers on Hook for …
Thursday, June 14, 2012
As a reward for reading nearly 6,000 books, students transformed their principal into a "human sundae."
From Pottstown School District Director of Community Relations John J. Armato: Edgewood Elementary School students recently accepted a challenge from their Principal Calista Boyer and read nearly 6,000 books. As a reward, Boyer allowed students to transform her into a human sundae complete with ice-cream, chocolate syrup, butterscotch syrup, bananas, whipped cream and sprinkles. “Books Are Your Ticket to the World” is Edgewood’s reading incentive program that asks students to read at least 25 books during the course of the year. “This year I wanted to do something extra special to motivate students to read," Boyer said. "Together with Mrs. Connie Belin, Mrs. Kerry Kline, and Mrs. Lisa Kolb we planned special events that I would do if …
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Students and their families created artwork to mark the occasion.
Diana Hofmanner's and Corina Miller's first grade classes at Edgewood Elementary School worked on a family project for their 100th day celebration. The students counted 100 things and put them on T-shirts, paper, hats and other items. The creations were displayed on Edgewood TV.