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The EMS Attendance Line 540-0248
Please call this number to report your student late or absent.
Fast Facts: An Assessment of 21st Century Learning
Each Wednesday, students and teachers are asked to complete one of the following 30 second surveys. This is designed to identify our progress, strengths and weaknesses as a 21st Century Learning Community.
Penguin Plunge - Please Donate!
Over 30 EMS students and staff are taking the plunge to raise money for the Special Olympics and the EMS Project Unified Team. You can donate to support our team, the EMS Penguins, through the FirstGiving Website. 100% of your donation stays in Vermont. Thanks for your support! http://www.firstgiving.com/team/312555
We are excited to welcome our new library assistant, Ms. Cudney. She will be splitting her time between EMS and HMS. Stop the the library to meet her.
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Read all the latest news in our biweekly newsletter. These newsletters will be emailed out on the following dates: 2/5, 2/19, 3/4, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 4/29, 5/13, 5/27. Check out the Newsletter sidebar for all past newsletters.
What does real world problem solving look like in the classroom? Mr. Schoemb's Techology and Design Education students must work through multiple design challenges to build a working race car. Check out the video below.
Race Cars in Tech Ed from Jessica DeBiasio on Vimeo.
What does iPad use look like in a classroom on a typical day? We caught up with Mr. Battaile's social studies class as they were finishing up their civilization projects last week. Check out the video below!
Mr. Battaile's builds civilizations from Jessica DeBiasio on Vimeo.
Got questions about Digital Promise? Click on the video below.
FAQS ABOUT DIGITAL PROMISE
Congratulations to Richard Boyers Named
Burlington School District Outstanding Teacher of the Year
Richard Boyers has taught Language Arts at Edmunds Middle School for the past 17 years. Rich truly understands the nature and needs of the students he works with on a daily basis. Rich is committed to giving his students real life experiences to enhance their classroom learning. This is evident in his students’ annual participation in the Vermont Playwright's Festival.
Rich’s commitment to Edmunds Middle School students goes beyond the classroom. He has coached the EMS Spelling team - last year his team won the Vermont State Championship. He is the teacher advisor for the Edmunds Literary Magazine (ELM). Rich also serves as one of the coaches for our Unified Sports team and is an active member of the EMS leadership team.
EMS Upcoming Events & Announcements
Service Learning Day Fun!