Daily Bulletin

Edgewood High School Bulletin for Sunday, January 20, 2019

Homeroom Attendance Late Arrival/Early Release Privileges:

All students are required to attend Homeroom. Late arrival/Early release IS a privilege. Late Arrival/Early release privileges include the expectation that students attend each and every Homeroom. Homeroom is included in the ability to be eligible for athletics/fine arts...practice and competitions. If you are interesting in signing up for late arrival or early release. The form can be found on the Edgewood website under the academic tabs. This form is due by the 31st of January.


Friday, Jan 18th:
Girls Hockey, 7:00PM vs. Sun Prairie, Middleton Metro Lynx @ Waunakee/DeForest Ice Rink

Saturady, Jan 19th:
Boys Basketball, vs. Portage High School, 12:00PM @ Waunakee High School
Boys Swimming Invitational, 11:00AM @ UW Platteville
Girls Hockey, 3:00PM vs. Viroqua, Middleton Metro Lynx @ Viroqua Community Arena
Boys Hockey, 7:30 vs. Madison West @ Madison Ice Arena


Come explore both OLD & NEW, traditional & modern parts of Japan! Experience a different culture & food. Visit a Japanese school and interact with Japanese high school students. Enjoy the beautiful nature & incredible scenery of Japan. Take advantage of this wonderful experience! The trip fee includes round-trip airfare, other transportation, hotels, activities fee, and daily breakfast & dinner. If you travel by yourself, you will never have this kind of experience (plus also a tour guide who speaks the language!). Applications and details are available from Mr. Pantano or Ms. Maekawa, and are due by January 25th. Come join us in the land of the Rising Sun!

Pulsera Project!

Next week starting Tuesday, the Key Club will be hosting the Pulsera Project at EHS. The Pulsera Project is a nonprofit organization that educates, empowers, and connects Central American artists with students in more than 2,500 U.S. schools through the sale of colorful handwoven bracelets, or "pulseras" in Spanish. We brighten U.S. schools with art and compelling cultural education while employing nearly 200 artists and investing proceeds to create lasting change in Central American communities. Buy bracelets in the commons during lunch mods to support the project!


Madison Winter Fest celebrates and promotes outdoor sports, recreation, art and healthy lifestyles in the winter. Volunteers are needed! WHEN: February 2-3 WHERE: Elver Park Contact Carly at carly@winter-fest.com or call(563) 599 - 7264



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