Happy Birthday Camden Stamper!
Attention all students and staff! Please remember to pick up a “Why I speak up bubble” to support Nadia and the Ohio Student Safety Council! You could end up being featured on the council’s social media! Show us how you speak up for your school!
Grace Anderson and Kellen McDonnell toed the line with the best in the State on Saturday for the State Championship in Fortress Obetz. Kellen passed 9 runners in the last mile of the race and finished 78th in the State! Grace moved a few spots higher on the podium this year, finishing in 13th place, which earned her All-Ohio honors for the second straight year. This caps off a great season for the Chargers, with a bright future for both teams. Just a reminder that our banquet is on Wednesday at 6:30 in the Auditorium.
The Edison Girls Soccer Team won the following awards at their end of season banquet:
North Central District Team Academic Award
Senior Academic Award: Bree Marcy, Julianna Burnham and Morgan Moon.
SBC Honorable Mention: Haley Chaput and Brienna Marcy
SBC 2nd Team: Amelia Chartrant
SBC 1st Team: Alaina Keegan and Abi Hearing
All District Honorable Mention: Jillian McDonnell and Haley Chaput
All District 2nd: Amelia Chartrant and Brienna Marcy
All District 1st Team: Alaina Keegan and Abi Hearing
Team Most Improved: Ingrid Berckmueller
Team Coaches Award: Jillian McDonnell
Defensive MVP: Bree Marcy
Charger Award: Sophie Smith
Team MVP: Abi Hearing
Broken Records: Alaina Keegan- Most Assists in a Season and Bree Marcy- Most Shutouts in a Season.
Congratulations to the Edison Speech and Debate team which placed 1st out of 12 teams from the Cleveland and Toledo Districts in the first debate tournament of the season. The following students won trophies in their events.
1st place in Policy Debate - Noah Proctor and Sara Gates
1st place in Humorous Interpretation - Ilah Reynolds
1st place in Program of Oral Interpretation - Breanna Leimbach
2nd place in Policy Debate - Jeff Esser and Liza Gornek
2nd place in Declamation - Navea Yamanouchi
2nd place in POI - Rory Conrad
tied for 2nd pace in International Extemporaneous Speaking - George Rhodes & Addy Puraty
3rd place in Public Forum Debate - Brienna Marcy and Lily Kilgrew
3rd place in Dramatic Interpretation - Rory Conrad
3rd place in POI - Ingrid Berckmueller
4th place in Congressional Debate - Avery McIntyre
5th place in Congressional Debate - Jayla Weaver
4th place in POI - Kourtney Balde
6th place in Congressional Debate - Lizzie Campbell
7th place in Declamation - Ethan Moore
Students are reminded to sign up to compete at the Mentor tournament by this Wednesday on the Bulletin Board beside the Main Office. Rehearsal schedule for the next two weeks is also posted there.
All fall sports and foreign language locker decorations need to be removed. Cheer decorations can remain if you cheer for basketball. Any locker decorations left at the end of the day on Thursday will be thrown away.
Day 4 of National French Week - as races go, most people are familiar with the Tour de France and the Monaco Grand Prix. Less well-known is the Paris-Dakar, today called simply the Dakar Rally, where each team must successfully get a stock car, motorcycle, and utility vehicle across the Sahara Desert to the city of Dakar. The race begins at the end of December and finishes mid January in Senegal.
For our final trivia question, which famous French dish can be served with dessert fillings or as a meal with ham, cheese, and mushrooms inside? Check back tomorrow for the answer!