Edina Public Schools (EPS) invites families, students, staff and community to join the growing nationwide conversation about re-imagining education by attending a screening of the acclaimed film “Most Likely To Succeed” on Tuesday, Aug. 16 at 7 p.m. at the South View Middle School auditorium.
Emma Schwert loves to sing on stage. “When she sings, her words are clear and fluid and it is easy for her to form words,” said Carrie, her mother. Having autism makes speaking a challenge for Emma. But she joined her singing voice with the voices of two of her special education peers and their Edina High School (EHS) Thespian partners for a performance at the International Thespian Festival last month.
The Edina Education Fund board of directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Kathryn Rendleman as its executive director. Rendleman was a member of the board until she was hired to serve as the interim executive director earlier this year.