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Scored a Perfect Score on FSA Test in Spring 2018
                      Tegan Perfect Score
Tegan Flynn scored a perfect score on her FSA Mathematics Spring 2018 Test! We are very proud of her.

Duke Tip Award 

18-19 Duke Recognition

This is a national recognition program for students in the top of the nation. The students who have received invitation letters this year as being eligible for Duke Scholars program are:
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Name

 

BAUCOM, DELANEY

DUNCAN, SERRON 

FLYNN, TEGAN

 GOLDBERG, KATHERINE

GOLDBERG, LUCAS

 GURULE, CARTER

HOFFMAN, LILY

 JUST, OWEN

KABEL, HARRISON

 LIEZE-ADAMS, GIANNA

MOGGI MITCHELL, RIO

 RAMSEY, JAIDEN

RIPO, ADDISON

 SENECA, KAEL

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Ben Carson Scholarship

Our three Carson Scholar Nominees for 2018-19 are: 
                          
Carson Nominees

Kael Seneca, Katie Goldberg and Terrilynn Hall pictured with Dr. Kim Clements

 

Our Ben Carson Scholarship Recipient for 2018-19 is Katie Goldberg.

Katherine is a model citizen and student that can always be trusted to set an example for those around her.  She has earned exceeding scores on all standardized tests, received a Duke TIP State Recognition medal and received third place in Ding Darling's Conservation Cartoon Contest.  Katherine is a member of E.P.I.C. (Edison Park Instrumental Creations) Ensemble, Assembly Required Robotics Team, National Elementary Honor Society and the Epic Expeditioners Arrow of Light Den of Cub Scouts Pack 93 where she is the first female scout member.  In her spare time, Katherine enjoys volunteering at St. Cecilia's Catholic Community Church, playing the violin, reading and baking. 

Katie Goldberg-Carson Scholar          Mrs. Cedeno, Katie, Mrs. Trent


Katie Goldberg                             Mrs. Cedeno, Katie, Mrs. Trent                        

 


 

Announcing The Ben Carson Foundation Scholarship

Dr. and Mrs. John Sheppard endowed Edison Park with a donation of $30,000 for college scholarships. Each year the scholarship recipient will be sent a letter reporting how much their scholarship has grown. Recipients can re-apply up to 5 more times throughout middle and high school.

Each year a committee of teachers and the principal will select 3 scholars from 4th or 5th grade who demonstrate academic excellence and a strong commitment to their community. The 3 scholars send an application with an essay to the Carson Foundation in Maryland. One student is selected by the Carson Foundation to receive a $1,000 scholarship to be invested to their college fund.

The winner is honored at a banquet with winners from other schools. Recipients will receive a gold medal, money held in a scholarship fund and their name added to trophy to be kept at Edison Park. To be a Carson Scholar is an amazing honor.

 

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