From April 10-15, the South View Middle School (SVMS) 7th grade class took center stage at Dragseth Auditorium charged with one task: present an “apathy project” about a local problem, along with a campaign to solve that problem, to fellow classmates, teachers and community members.
As technology and access to individual devices become more common in schools and at home, Edina Public Schools (EPS) media specialists are responding to students’ growing number of e-book requests by expanding the district’s collection of e-books.
Earlier this month, the Washington Post listed Edina High School (EHS) as the fourth most challenging in Minnesota. Though Edina Public Schools (EPS) was honored by this recognition, the district is especially proud to learn that U.S. News & World Report’s annual evaluation for 2014 ranks EHS as the No. 1 high school in the state—not to mention 197th in the nation, out of 19,411 schools.
Are you ready to Ignite Your Spark? Join us at our first-ever Student Wellness Challenge for a day of engaging activities that will show participants how to enhance brain function and beat stress through food choice, physical activity, gratitude and service.