May 25, 2021

4th Quarter 2-HR DELAY SCHEDULE 


Tuesday, May 25
6:00 PM Track & Field Girls Regional @ Bloomington North
5:30 PM Softball (Girls V) vs Owen Valley @ Sectional Semi-Final

Wednesday, May 26
6:00 PM Softball (Girls V) vs Sectional Championship
7:30 PM Baseball (Boys V) Sectional vs Indian Creek @ Owen Valley

Thursday, May 27
5:30 PM Baseball (Boys V) Baseball Sectional Semi-Final @ Owen Valley
6:00 PM Track & Field Boys Regional @ Bloomington North

Monday, May 31
12:00 PM Baseball (Boys V) Sectional Championship Game

For more information on athletic events visit the athletic website.



Yearbooks will be distributed Tuesday, May 25 through Thursday, May 27 during the lunchtime homeroom period in the commons. There will also be a limited number of yearbooks for sale. These are $65. Payment can be made by cash or check made out to Edgewood High School.

All borrowed library books must be returned to the EHS library by the end of this week. Please drop off books in the depository located in the Commons or in the drop box in the library.  Ms. Dirk also has a cart outside the library doors for book collection.

Students who have medications in the nurse’s office, will need a parent to pick up any with remainders by May 28. Medications that are not picked up,  will be properly disposed of.

Students who have Chromebook issues should email RBB tech support at 


Congratulations to Edgewood track’s regional qualifiers. See the complete list here.

Any girl interested in golf in the fall needs to see Mr. Lee before the end of school this week.

Tickets for all home athletic events are electronic only. Follow this link and find your event to purchase at


Students who would like to request to see their counselor, should complete this Google form: Request to See Your Counselor. The form should only be completed using the student’s RBB email.


Hoosier Heartland Golf Club is a new golf club for students who are interested in having the opportunity to get out and play golf more often.  Find more details here.

Indiana University  Foundations in Science and Mathematics (FSM) is offering courses in biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, astronomy, and computer programming to rising and current high school students this summer. Many of these courses are designed to prepare students for their upcoming school year, while some are meant to offer opportunities to study subjects that a student might not be able to include in their normal high school curriculum. See their flier for information on how to register.

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