Posted Friday, April 30, 2021
We all hear about identity theft and as adults we know what we should be alert to and what we should do to help minimize the chances of our identities being stolen, but most, if not all, of us probably have not put much thought into our children's identities being stolen. We received the following information from Dave Yost, Ohio's Attorney General, with information on how to protect your child's identity. We hope that you find this information useful and are able to use this information to protect your child from identity theft.This week is National Consumer Protection Week (“NCPW”). Many times, NCPW focuses on those engaged in consumer transactions, which don’t ordinarily include kids. However, this year we are making a dedicated effort to help protect a vulnerable population when it comes to identity theft – kids!Child identity theft occurs when someone fraudulently uses a child’s identity to fraudulently open accounts or receive benefits. The imposter may be a family member, friend or a stranger and may use the child’s name and Social Security number to open new accounts for cell phones, utilities, credit cards and even mortgages.Imposters may get away with using a child's identity for years because children typically do not try to check or access credit. As a result, child identity theft usually is not discovered until the child applies for college financial aid, a car loan or employment.To help combat this problem, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has launched a video aimed at parents to understand what a child security freeze is and how to place a freeze. The video can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y10sEjOhj8w&feature=youtu.be.
Posted Thursday, March 4, 2021
We are excited to begin planning for the 2021-2022 school year! If you are interested in your son or daughter attending our program, lease comp.lete the attached application and return to the preschool office no later than Friday, May 14th. Families will be notified of preschool acceptance beginning on Monday, May 24th. >> 2021-2022 Application.pdf
Posted Monday, March 1, 2021
Doctoral health science programs not only take many years to complete but they are some of the most expensive. In addition to high tuition costs, there are cost of living expenses as well as lost earnings during the additional years someone is enrolled in a post graduate program. The Wolf Doctoral Health Science Scholarship is intended to help defray some of these expenses. Recipients will be Edison graduates who are currently enrolled in human health science doctoral programs including medicine (MD or DO), dentistry (DDS or DMD), nursing (DNP or PhD), pharmacology (PharmD), physical therapy (DPT), chiropractic (DC), optometry (OD), speech language pathology (SLP PhD), occupational therapy (OTD).
Posted Friday, February 19, 2021
Tonight's BOE Meeting Scheduled for tonight will be virtual and a link will be provided around 4pm today and will run through our District Youtube Channel.LINK: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClmOPWsVuR7rBBP-UToNOAw/live
Posted Tuesday, February 16, 2021
Edison Local Schools is offering the following large wooden blocks for silent auction. The blocks have been used in the preschool classrooms. Bids can be submitted to the following address or email: Edison Local SchoolsAttn: Anne Arnold, Treasurer140 S. Main St.Milan, Ohio 44846Or[email protected] Please include your name, address and phone number in your submission.Bids will be accepted through October 20, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.After that time, they will be reviewed and the highest bidder will be contacted to schedule a time to pick up. Blocks must be picked up by October 23, 2020.
Posted Tuesday, October 6, 2020