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This year, all third grade students will be receiving a book each month. These books have been given by a sponsor of "Mrs. Baddeley's Books in the Hands of Kids program". All books are 3rd grade level and will help with fluency, comprehension, and building a love for reading! Thank you to all the sponsors who have given support to this program. It is greatly appreciated by our students and teachers. 

 

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Thank you Akron Blind Center for making knitted hats for all our first graders! 

 

 

The Edge Academy Recognized as a School Breakfast All-Starlucyweb

More than 325 Ohio schools commended for empowering students to make healthy choices

 

Akron, Ohio –The Edge Academy was recognized as a Bronze Breakfast All-Star for meeting noteworthy school breakfast Average Daily Participation (ADP) rates, as established by the 2018 Ohio School Breakfast Challenge.

 

More than 325 out of 600 total schools were recognized for five levels of school breakfast ADP, reported through a survey by the Ohio School Breakfast Challenge.

 

The Edge Academy received the Bronze Level (1 of 105 schools recognized at this level) for achieving a school breakfast total ADP* of 50 percent to 59 percent. (bronze level)

“we are excited that our students are taking breakfast daily which allows them to remain better focused in the classroom” Says, Superintendent Faith DeCesare

All recipients will receive a “Breakfast All-Star Banner” from the Ohio School Breakfast Challenge at the 2018 Ohio School Boards Association Capital Conference in November.

 

The Ohio School Breakfast Challenge mission is to increase and sustain student participation in the School Breakfast Program, ensuring Ohio students start each day ready to learn. The Ohio Department of Education, American Dairy Association Mideast, Children’s Hunger Alliance, Ohio Action for Healthy Kids and Ohio School Nutrition Association are proud sponsors of the Ohio School Breakfast Challenge.

 

Research shows that students who eat breakfast perform better in school, get higher test scores and show better behavior. Students who eat school breakfast have been shown, on average, to attend 1.5 more days of school per year and score 17.5 percent higher on standardized math tests.

 

For more information about the Ohio School Breakfast Challenge, visit OhioSchoolBreakfastChallenge.com.

 

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About the Ohio School Breakfast Challenge

The Ohio School Breakfast Challenge is a statewide initiative to increase and sustain student participation in the School Breakfast Program and is sponsored by the Ohio Department of Education, American Dairy Association Mideast, Children’s Hunger Alliance, Ohio Action for Healthy Kids and Ohio School Nutrition Association. To learn more, visit www.OhioSchoolBreakfastChallenge.com.

 

* School Participation Rates were obtained through a self-reported survey conducted by the OSBC partners. The School Breakfast Program is a federal Child Nutrition Program administered by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employee. More information about the School Breakfast Program can be found here.

 

 

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PUBLIC NOTICE


The Edge Academy will hold its Board meetings for school year 2018 at 4:00 p.m. on the following dates at The Edge Academy Library at 92 N. Union St. Akron, 44304:

 

Monday, July 16, 2018

Monday, September 17, 2018

Monday, November 12, 2018

Monday, January 14, 2019

Monday, March 18, 2019

Monday, May 13, 2019


Board meeting dates, changes and special meetings may also be accessed via this website, www.edge4kids.org. Board meeting dates are also posted in the school office.

Board members can be emailed through the staff page or by clicking here.