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Welcome to the online home of the Edison Local School District, where our students and staff work diligently every day to become a district of excellence known for innovative teaching and high levels of student achievement in a 21st century learning facility. Our goal with this website is to provide you information you need in a timely, concise and transparent manner. If you have any questions, please contact our district offices at 740-282-0065.

District News

Sixth-graders Team up at Elkhorn Valley

Sixth-graders from Stanton and John Gregg Elementary schools became acquainted for some fun team-building games at Elkhorn Valley Christian Service Camp in Bergholz.   About 104 students headed to the site on May 22 for a day of activities and collaboration in an effort to get to know each other before they began the new term at Edison Jr. High School. Kids rotated among four stations to play basketball, GaGaball and pirate ship and


Lesnansky Moves on to Regionals

Josie Lesnansky finished third in the 3200m qualifying for regionals next week at Muskingum. Neveah Virgadamo’s career as a Wildcat came to an end after 4 years of competition. She finished 8th in the 100mH and just missed out on qualification finishing 5th in the 300m Hurdles. The girls 4x400m relay team of Virgadamo, Kendra Teichman, Kaylee Summers and Lesnansky


Softball Drops Heart Breaker in District Final

Edison ends their season with a district championship loss to Meadowbrook. After spotting the Colts 2 runs in the first inning; the Wildcats fought back to take the lead in the fourth but eventually surrendered the lead back and lost a tight game 5-4. Katie Fluharty took the loss in the circle giving up 2 earned runs while giving up


Softball Advances to District Final

Edison moves on to the District Championship with a 5-0 win over Barnesville. Katie Fluharty scattered 5 hits while striking out 13 in a complete game shutout. leading the Wildcats offensively was Pressly Meadows with 2 singles and an RBI. Morgan Martin with a Single and RBI. Grace Browning had a single and an RBI. Ali Shrieve with a double.