The Edgewood Village is hoping to provide boxes of food to more than 25 families to help during the 18 days of Winter Break. The boxes aim to help cover general food needs for the break since students will not have access to meals through school.
What’s needed? Non-perishable items such as pastas, sauces, cereal, peanut butter and jelly, fruit cups, granola bars, etc. Cash donations will be used to purchase dairy and proteins.
How? Just bring your donation to the office!
Please bring all donations in by Wednesday. Thank you in advance for your generosity!
Kindergarteners to 5th graders are invited to learn Spanish on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. in Room C1.
- 1st Session: January 17 to February 16
- 2nd Session: February 21 to March 23rd
- The cost is $100 for 5 weeks (10 classes)
For any student who loves singing and wants to express their creativity through music, a new singing class is being offered on Mondays in room A1 from 2:45PM to 4:15PM. Students will get to choose their own music and at the end of each session put on a small performance! There will be two sessions offered:
- Session 1: January 16 – March 6
- Session 2: March 13 – May 1
The cost will be two monthly payments of $60 for each session (scholarships are available). To enroll, contact Anna Herbst at (760) 258 7700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The art exploration class is offered to 3rd-5th grade students interested in discovering their unique artistic voice, exploring foundations in a wide range of styles and approaches, and creating fun and meaningful masterpieces. Classes will be held on Thursdays from 2:45 to 4:15pm in classroom E2.
- Date: January 12th – March 2nd
- Cost: Two monthly payments of $80, all materials are included.
- Scholarships available
To enroll or inquire more information, contact Dana Wilcher at (760) 937 3555 or email email@example.com.
OSU Extension is having a free winter workshop series for youth aged 9 – 18. This will take place bi-monthly on Saturdays from Jan. – March. The workshops will cover topics including baking, gardening, food preservation, and fine arts, utilizing different professionals from throughout our county. It’s completely free, and youth do not need to be 4-H members to participate, but each workshop is capped at 20 youth.
OSU Extension will also have a Jr. Master Naturalist program, in which experts teach youth ages 9 – 14 about natural resources through science experiments, and fieldtrips to a variety of local public lands. This was previously only opened to homeschool youth, but we are expanding it to youth from all educational backgrounds. This program costs $20 for the year and includes a 4-H membership, but we offer full scholarships for all youth in need.
Contact Emily McDonald Williams at (541) 344-5043 ext. 3, or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just a reminder that the PTA meets this Tuesday, Dec. 13th. The PTA meetings are in the Edgewood library from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Hope to see you there!
I wanted to send a reminder that we are collecting non-perishable food items to help us fill winter food boxes for 25-30 of our Edgewood families. These boxes will be distributed at the end of next week and so we are taking donations until then….preferably by next Wednesday. While we have received several food items already, we have quite a ways to go to be able to meet our goal.
These boxes are to help support families and kids who rely daily on our Edgewood cafeteria and the free and reduced meals it provides that will not be available during the 18 days of winter break.
Each box will have various, well-rounded items and staples that are kid and family-friendly, including produce and dairy. Here is how you can help:
Do you have items already in your pantry that you could donate? Could you pick up a few extra items next time you are at the grocery store? What do your kids eat during the day that is easy for them to prepare? We are lucky to have 2 gracious parents committed to donating all produce, so we are looking for non-perishable items such as pastas, sauces, beans, canned vegetables, soups, cereal, peanut butter & jelly, fruit cups, granola bars, etc. Cash donations are great too! Because of storage issues this time of year, we will use these donations to purchase dairy and proteins.
No sign up is necessary! Please bring into the office any non-perishable items or cash donations that you would like to donate to the food boxes.
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING YOUR EDGEWOOD VILLAGE!
Eugene 4J schools, including Edgewood, are closed today (Thursday, December 8) due to icy road conditions.
Brrrrrrrr…… The weather has definitely taken a turn for the cold. Please remember to have your kids dress appropriately for the weather each day. We try and send the students out for recess as much as possible so they can run around in the fresh air- this includes when it is cold and when there is a light rain. Today, several students came to the office looking to borrow coats and jackets, because they had not worn them to school. We hardly have any left to lend out anymore.
Missing a jacket? – Our lost and found is filled to brim. If your child is missing a jacket, please have them look for it there. When the weather is dry, we will also choose a few days to spread out the lost and found along the breezeway for kids to locate missing items.
The office needs long sleeves and pants! Along with the wet weather, we have kids coming in needing to change clothes from slipping in the mud or simply getting wet. Our supply of extras has dwindled significantly. If you have any pants, jackets or long sleeve shirts that your kids have outgrown, they can be donated to the office. We can definitely use them!