EIS Programs

At Edgewood we offer a dynamic range of programs to help every student receive the best possible education. Our programs create engaging and empowering experiences that nurture the whole child. Learn about all of the programs we offer at Edgewood Schools HERE.

Ambassadors

At EIS each classroom has two ambassadors. Ambassadors assist with school-wide functions, convocations, recycling, and other events and programs.

If you have questions or want more information contact:

Edgewood Intermediate School

812-876-2219

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Eagle Eye News

5th Graders are given the opportunity to join the Eagle Eye News broadcasting team. This team records daily announcements for the school, allowing students to learn through authentic, project-based learning. The anchors write a script and work on presentation skills, while the tech crew films and edits to make a final cut to post online.

If you have questions or want more information contact:

John Kerr

STEAM Coach

jkerr@rbbschools.net

Euphonic Choir

The Euphonic Choir is open for 5th graders to participate in. The choir performs at many events including IU women’s basketball games, volleyball games, our Veterans Day program, the Fall Festival, and more!

If you have questions or want more information contact:

Lisa Bruns

Music Teacher

lbruns@rbbschools.net

High Ability

Edgewood is committed to providing an exceptional level of differentiated instruction for our identified high ability students. Watch this video or click here to learn more about our high ability program.

If you have questions or want more information contact:

Jaime Miller

High Ability Director

Ready Schools Coach & Coordinator

jmiller@rbbschools.net

Makerspace

The Makerspace serves two purposes at EIS. It is a design space for students to come in to make, create, and design prototypes, and it is a place where teachers can come to do the messier activities that relate to their curriculum.

The Makerspace is also home to our Robotics Team and Eagle Eye News Broadcast.

If you have questions about the Makerspace or would like to partner with us for a project contact:

John Kerr

STEAM Coach

jkerr@rbbschools.net

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Robotics

Robotics club is open to students in 4th and 5th grade. Students work in teams to build robots and program them to compete in events against teams from other schools. The EIS team competes in competitions as a school and also competes in blended competitions with EJHS.

If you have questions or want more information contact:

John Kerr

STEAM Coach

jkerr@rbbschools.net

Special Education

Edgewood Special Education services strive to ensure all students are given the highest quality education that meets their individual academic, social, emotional, and functional needs.  Edgewood is part of a Special Education Cooperative with Spencer Owen Community Schools, called Forest Hills Special Education Cooperative. 

Click HERE for more information.

If you have questions or want more information contact:

Jennifer Anderson

Director of Student Services

janderson@rbbschools.net

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Yearbook

The EIS Yearbook Team is a student-run team that collaborates with community partners to design a book that captures memories, using their 21st Century Skills. The goal is to create an innovative product for their fellow students, family, and friends. This experience gives students a project that is relevant to their lives and allows for leadership, teamwork, and creativity opportunities that will help them in the future.

If you have questions or want more information contact:

Mariah Bruce

K-5 Innovative Learning Coach
 

mbruce@rbbschools.net

Student Services

We use our Student Services to advocate for our students and their needs. We believe it is important to focus on each child as a whole and support them in all of their needs. The following programs are part of the Students Services we provide.

 

Social-Emotional Learning

Social and emotional learning (SEL) is a key element to our students’ success not only as a prepared workforce but as well-rounded, resilient members of our community. It is for this reason that we are committed to providing every teacher with the professional learning they need to support their students emotionally as much as academically.

Social/Emotional Learning (SEL) competencies involve the processes through which students acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions (Durlak, Weissberg, Dymnicki, Taylor, & Schellinger, 2011)

SEL is not politically or religiously affiliated and is not critical race theory. Per IC 20-19-5, IDOE SEL is required by law in the State of Indiana.

Title 1

Title 1 is a Federally Funded Program that provides financial assistance to local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards.

The mission of Title I is to provide a continuum of services and resources to Title I districts and charter schools that enrich curriculum and instruction, promote interaction and coordination of supplementary services and resources, and result in excellence and high expectations for educators and students.

C.L.A.S.S.

CONNECTING LEARNING ASSURES SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS (C.L.A.S.S.)
Creating successful schools through the blending of brain research, character education, and collaboration strategies.

What is C.L.A.S.S.?
C.L.A.S.S. is an organization driven by creativity and innovation. Led by a faculty of extraordinary educators, C.L.A.S.S. transforms research-based ideas into exceptional educational services and materials to aid in preparing future generations for their world.

Click HERE for more information.

Service Providers

Dyslexia Screeners: iReady Dyslexia Screener & Orton Gillingham Dyslexia Screener

McKinney Vento Liaison for Edgewood Schools:

Jill Cronin

jcronin@rbbschools.net

If you have questions about our Student Services or want more information contact:

Jennifer Anderson

Director of Student Services

janderson@rbbschools.net

Ready Schools

Ready Schools is our commitment and our plan to ensure success for our students post-graduation and to ensure economic prosperity for our community.

We want our students to leave Edgewood with advantages and experiences and a plan for post-graduation success. We want them to understand the relevance of their learning. We want employers and community leaders to covet partnerships with our teachers and students for the value we can bring to our entire community. At Edgewood we understand and embrace our responsibility to ensure economic prosperity for our community by providing skilled workers and leaders, who can be retained within our regional workforce, and who will also feel empowered to contribute to our local economy. 

We know all students aren’t on the same path for after graduation, so our Ready Schools program meets every student where they are at. Whether they are going on to college, the military, an apprenticeship, or job, we want to give every student the chance to find their passion and create a plan they are confident in to purse. We are doing this by diversifying our learning experiences to give every student knowledge of the real world, so they are confident to follow whatever plan they are passionate about. 

At Edgewood, our Ready Schools Initiative starts in Preschool and continues all the the way through Edgewood High School

Innovative approaches to learning, like Ready Schools, require systemic collaboration and ultimately benefit the community as a whole. We would love to partner with you through our Ready Schools program. Fill out the Interest Form to learn more. 

If you have questions or want more information contact:

Jaime Miller

Ready Schools Coach & Coordinator

jmiller@rbbschools.net

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