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On May 23rd, Edgewood celebrated the success of our Academic Superstars.  Congratulations to all of those who were a part of this program.  Click on the picture below to find and download pictures from the event.
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The Edgewood Elementary Chorus did a wonderful job on their Spring Concert!  A Shout Out to the wonderful Staff and Students of Edgewood Elementary.  A special thanks to Mr. Michael helping after our party.  Click HERE to see the video from the concert!



Edgewood Elementary School will host a 2nd grade transition night for current 2nd grade students and their parents on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 in the Edgewood Multipurpose Room. Sessions will be offered at 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.  Parents may choose the session that works best for their families. If parents have questions, those questions may be submitted to 
​Jared Worthington, Principal at jworthington@whiteville.k12.nc.us 
 or by calling 910-642-3121. We can't wait to meet the class of 2027! Dinner will be served at no cost and this event is open to all current 2nd grade students that live in the Whiteville City Schools district.



Whiteville Women's League Grant

                Whiteville Women’s League recently selected the “IT’S ELECTRIC...EBOOKS AT EDGEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL” grant proposal! The $5000 grant was awarded to Edgewood’s principal, Jared Worthington and media coordinator, Kathy Blake.


                The grant will be used to expand the school’s eBook collection, which was started last year with a small matching grant from a reputable publisher. This year the publisher has given the school a matching grant of $5000 to be used for eBooks. This will bring the total amount awarded for this project to $10,000 for the current school year!


                Edgewood Elementary School has Ipads in place for every student. The Ipads are used in every curricular area including math, language arts, music and physical education. In order to utilize the Ipads for reading, the EES media center decided to begin an eBook collection. Students really love the eBooks because they are available 24/7 at home and at school; eBooks feature natural-voice audio to model pronunciation and fluency with text-to-speech highlighting for learning students can see and hear; many interactive titles will be available with content that spans the curriculum!    


                Teachers can also use the eBooks on their Smart boards for whole group instruction or for enrichment. EBooks can be also be used for remediation for students with special reading needs.


                We would like to thank the Whiteville Women’s League for their support of this great program!! EES can’t wait to get this program started!


Click below for Edgewood's Read to Achieve Results for 2015-2016.

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