Edison Strategic Plan
Mission (our purpose)
Prepared for tomorrow
Vision (our focus)
To educate, engage and inspire all graduates
to be employed, enlisted and/or enrolled
Thanksgiving Break- No School
November 25, 2020 - November 30, 2020
ST Food Drive Begins
December 1, 2020
Indian Creek - Boys Junior High Basketball
December 1, 2020 5:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Edison High School
Indian Creek - Girls Junior High Basketball
December 1, 2020 5:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Indian Creek MS
East Liverpool - Boys Varsity Basketball
December 1, 2020 7:00 pm - 7:00 pm
East Liverpool HS
Freshman Boys Basketball @ Steubenville
December 2, 2020 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Current Educational Option: Face-to-Face
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Dear Parents, Guardians and Caregivers,
Thank you for the commitment and dedication you have shown since the beginning of the school year. During these unprecedented times you have kept your focus on educating your child(ren), all the while keeping the health and well-being of all at the forefront.
We are pleased that we have had minimal COVID-19 related issues in the Edison Local School District at this time. This is due in part because of our staff and student’s willingness to adhere to the protocols set forth at the beginning of the school year.
Over the summer months we developed our reopening plan in conjunction with our staff, the Jefferson County Health Department and other districts within our county. One of areas addressed was the use of the Risk Level guidelines to decide the educational option and how instruction will be provided to our students.
Based on a meeting with the health department and other local superintendent’s, the method of instruction will now be decided on the data provided by the Jefferson County Health Department in regards to exposure within the Edison Local School district and not Jefferson County in its entirety. The data will include the number of staff and students who test positive for COVID, the number of active cases within the district or a particular school, and the number of staff and students who are who are quarantined. Using the above data and in consultation with the Jefferson County Health Department it will be determined if we continue face to face learning, hybrid or remote instruction. These decisions will be made to impact the least number of staff and students.
Thank you for your commitment to our district each day, as evident by the practices being implemented in the district. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me.
Home of the Wildcats
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The Lady Wildcats lost a heartbreaker to a scrappy Harrison Central team on Wednesday. The Wildcats trailed 26-10 at halftime and used an explosive 3rd quarter to trim the lead to 1 going into the 4th. The rally fell short though and the cats lost 46-42. Your Wildcats were lead by Alysea Fiedorczyk with 16 points and Olivia Huff with
The Edison Girls Basketball team lost to a talented Indian Creek team on Monday Night. The leading scorers for the Lady Wildcats were Alysea Fiedorczyk with 7 points, Savanna Ankrom, and Alayna Meadows with 6 respectively. The Girls played their hearts out.
As we prepare to close Cartwright Field, I thought it might be a good time to remind people who Bill Cartwright was. A 1932 graduate of Miami of Ohio, Bill excelled at football and is considered by many to be the greatest player of all time at the University. That’s quite a compliment considering that Miami has been
The Edison girls golf team in their first season finished 7th overall in the Sectional Tournament with needing to be top 6 to move on to the District Tournament. The girls played well in the cold, wet conditions of the golf course from the rain the night before. Zoe Shell lead the team with a 103 and Nicole Zullo was
The Lady Wildcats lost 2-1 to Catholic Central. Maddie Brenstuhl took a corner kick and Delaney Johnston was there to finish it. Goalkeeper Emma Scott recorded 7 saves.
The Edison Junior High School Volleyball team played on the road against the Wellsville Tigers tonight. The 8th-grade team won in two sets by scores of 25-20, 25-8. Emma Skinner led the team with 12 points, Meghan Maxwell scored 10, followed by Katie Phillips with 8. The 7th-grade team lost in two sets with scores of 19-25 and 22-25. Nevaeh