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EDISON HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT INFORMATION

Class of 2024

EHS GRADUATION
EDISON HIGH SCHOOL
FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2024


7:00PM

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR SENIORS

February 2nd

Deadline for Senior Pictures and Baby Pictures to be Submitted for Yearbook
Electronic submission preferred. Send Pictures to: james.evans@edisonwildcats.org

May 1st

Deadline for Yearbook orders and payment
Click Here to Order

May 15th

Senior Walk at the Elementary Schools (Caps and Gowns Required), Senior Picnic, Relay for Life and Faculty Senior Basketball game
Report to EHS at 8:30 to board busses

May 16th-22nd

Senior Exams
May 16 and 20–Science, English

May 16–First Half Spanish, Sign Language, Gym, CPR, Programming, Job Ready, Officiating, Bio Medical Terminology

May 20–First Half Sociology, Study Skills, Life Skills, Web Design, Security, Psychology, Financial Literacy, Public Speaking

May 17 and 21–Math, Social Studies

May 17–First Half Art, Media, Network, Career Exploration, Physical Fitness, Animation, Bio Tech

May 21–First Half Band, Choir, Weight Training, Agriculture, Graphics, Photoshop, Grad Seals

May 22–Second Half of Electives and Make Ups

May 24th

Senior Honor Graduate Breakfast (Invitation Only Event)
9:00 EHS Cafeteria

May 28th

Senior Honors Banquet (Invitation Only Event)
6:00pm The Countryside

May 29th

Graduation Practice (Attendance Required)
12:00pm EHS Fieldhouse

Baccalaureate

7:00 EHS Auditorium
6:30pm Seniors Report (EHS Cafeteria) Caps and Gowns required

May 31st

Commencement
7:00pm Edison High School Field House
Parking Lots open at 5:30
Fieldhouse Doors open at 6:00
6:15pm Graduates Assembled

June 6th – June 10th

Diploma Pick Up
7:00am-2:00pm EHS Office (See Mrs. Woodward)

These dates are subject to change. Any changes to the senior schedule or modifications of the festivities due to any reason will be announced via Edison student email addresses, Edison Local Facebook Page, edisonwildcats.org, this website and One Call. We are hoping for no interruptions or modifications this spring.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question: What should I wear to graduation?

Answer: Ladies, wear light colored dresses and light colored shoes. Gentlemen, wear dark dress pants (NO JEANS), dark shoes, white shirts, and ties.

No decorating/bedazzling caps or gowns!

NO SUNGLASSES, NO CHEWING GUM, ETC…

Question: When should I arrive for graduation on Friday, May 31st?

Answer: You should meet no later than 6:15pm. We will need to line you up at this time. Please try to carpool to the site to allow more parking for your parents and other guests. Commencement will begin promptly at 7:00pm.

Question: Where do I get my mother’s flower?

Answer: Flowers will be distributed at practice. I will have a few flowers available on graduation day. If you would like flowers for your stepmother, please ask about availability at practice.

Question: How long will the ceremony last?

Answer: The ceremony will last no longer than two hours.

Question: Does my family need tickets?

Answer: No, seating is done by ushers on a first come first serve basis. Floor seating and bleacher seating will be available. There is ample seating for families with handicapped members. If you have a handicapped member in your party, approach one of the ushers for assistance.

Question: Can my family bring noisemakers and confetti?

Answer: No, confetti and noisemakers are prohibited.

Question: Will individual scholarships be announced?

Answer: No, this information will be printed in the program. Please be sure to get any information you wish to have included to the guidance department as soon as possible.

Question: Will graduates be able to throw their caps?

Answer: Yes, before the Recessional. Be sure that your name is written inside of your cap if you want to be sure you get the same one back.

State Test Scores Now Available in Progressbook

As part of our ongoing effort to keep you informed about your child’s academic progress, we want to inform you that you now have access to their state test score results through ProgressBook, our online student management system. The district believes that by having access to this information, you can better support your child’s academic journey and work collaboratively with us to ensure their success. If you have any questions or need further assistance with ProgressBook or understanding the state test scores, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with your building.

Visit ProgressBook Parent Portal and navigate to “Assessment Scores” on the left hand menu to view your child’s scores.

Thank you for your continued partnership in your child’s education. Together, we can empower them to be prepared for tomorrow.