Morning Announcements - Monday, November 21, 2022

Happy Birthday to Jonah Main, Christina Arnold and Gavin Polak!
 
The Lady Chargers were defeated 62-33 at Bellevue on Friday. Jillian McDonnell scored 11, Jorja Byington scored 7 with 9 rebounds , and Kalli Quillen added 6 points.   On Saturday, the Lady Chargers took on New London at home and lost 36-37. Ivy Kluding lead the team in scoring with 14 points, followed by Kalli Quillen with 7, and Jorja Byington with 6 points.   The Lady Chargers are back in action tomorrow night at home against Keystone. Come out and support our team. 
 
The Edison Speech and Debate team competed with 15 other Ohio schools at the Mentor Debate Tournament on Saturday.  Ingrid Berckmueller placed 4th in Prose/Poetry and earned her first bid for the State Tournament.  Ilah Reynolds placed 6th in Humorous interpretation.  Mr. Amstutz will distribute individual ballots and final results in the Innovation Room after school today.  He will also have congressional debate materials for those competing at the Olmsted Falls tournament in Dec 3rd.
 
Today is picture retake day!  Any student or staff member who did not get their picture taken previously must do so today.  If you want your picture retaken at no extra charge, you must return your complete picture packet to the photographer.  We will begin calling students down at the beginning of 1st period. 
 
Today freshmen are participating in hearing / vision screening.  You will be asked to report during your study hall to the conference room located off of the cafeteria.  If you do not have a study hall, your designated teacher will tell you when to report.  Tomorrow (Tuesday) sophomores and any new students will be participating in hearing / vision screening.  You will be asked to report during your study hall to the conference room located off of the cafeteria.  If you do not have a study hall, your designated teacher will tell you when to report.  
 
The Edison Writing Club is meeting on Monday, November 21st at 3 pm in Room 201.  The meeting will last one hour.  Please bring paper and a pen/pencil.  See Mr Ceccoli if you have any questions.
 
There will be a meeting after school on Monday in Coach Hoover's room for anyone interested in playing baseball this spring.  Off season workouts and other items will be discussed.  If you can not make the meeting, please see Coach Hoover.
 
Attention all track athletes not in a winter sport. Out of season workouts will begin Monday the 28th after school in the weight room. This is the Monday we return from Thanksgiving break.   Please be dressed and ready to go at 3pm in the weight room. If you have any questions, please see Coach Shelley.
 
Attention all EHS students! 
Are you interested in silly stringing a teacher?  Eating pumpkin pie as fast as you can?  Playing fun holiday-themed games? Or participating in a dodgeball tournament?  If so, Dodging Hunger is for you!  Dodging Hunger is a donation drive for our local Salvation Army. You can bring in cans, boxes, or containers of food or other household items to help people in our community this holiday season.  All students must bring in an item to get a ticket to attend the assembly next Tuesday!  If you would like to silly string a teacher, bring in items to be entered in a drawing for a teacher of your choice - the more items you donate the more tickets you earn, and the more likely you will get chosen to silly string a teacher.   You can sign up for the various minigames with Mrs. Seel by bringing a donated item to the library before school or in room 607 throughout the day and after school.  The games include bobble-head musical chairs, a pie-eating contest, turkey baster keepy-uppy, and turkey t-ball.
 
For the annual Dodgeball Tournament:  There will be 8 dodgeball teams of 6 people and each team member MUST bring in FIVE cans to participate (30 cans per team).  If you don’t have a team, don’t worry, there will be one open team filled with 6 individual players.   The winning team will get to go head-to-head against the staff's fierce team.  All sign-ups will be on a first-come, first-served basis - SO BRING YOUR DONATIONS IN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.  Donations and sign-ups will start Wednesday morning and go until Tuesday morning of next week - but remember sign ups are first come first serve.  Bring your items to the library before school or to Mrs. Seel's room (607) throughout the school day or after school. 
 
Attention students and staff! Please remember to pick up your Why I Speak Up Bubble in order to support Nadia Cantelli and the Ohio Student Safety Council. You can pick up these bubbles in your study hall and in the library and return them to Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Tinnel. They will be displayed in the hallway outside of Mrs. Davis’s room and submitted to the Council’s social media to show how great Edison’s students are! If you have any questions please contact Nadia Cantelli.
 
The Edison Drama Club will present Annie as their spring musical. This is your chance to remember that "The Sun with come out tomorrow" and be part of this heartwarming story about Little Orphan Annie. This is a large, complex musical with approximately a dozen featured roles each for men and women as well as a large chorus and extensive technical requirements. There is a place for everyone - let us adopt you into Drama Club! A pre-audition meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 29 from 3:00-3:20 for those students interested in auditioning or signing up for crew work. The meeting will provide the best opportunity to learn about the show and how to audition and apply for crew positions. 
 

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