Little Mermaids On Stage

The Edgartown School presents the Disney classic The Little Mermaid Jr. on Nov. 7 and 8, at 7 p.m. The 60-minute musical is led by music teacher Kelly Sullivan and theatre teacher Donna Swift.

Edgartown School Honor Roll

The Edgartown School has announced its honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2013-2014 academic year.

Edgartown Students Have Their Day in Court

Tom Trouble was on trial last Thursday in Edgartown district court, and it was up to a group of seventh graders from the Edgartown School to try the case. Tom’s day in court was the focus of a student mock trial, the culmination of an eight-week enrichment program that gave students exposure to the legal system.

Edgartown School Honor Roll for Third Quarter

The Edgartown School has announced its honor roll for the third quarter of the 2013-2014 academic year.

Police Stage Emergency Drill at Edgartown School Saturday

Edgartown police chief Antone Bettencourt said the mass casualty drill will last about three hours and will likely close part of Edgartown-West Tisbury Road and Cooke street.

Ham and Bean Supper at Edgartown School

Beans, ham, corn bread and desserts are on the menu on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at a special community dinner at the Edgartown School.

Edgartown School First Quarter Honor Roll

The Edgartown School has announced its honor roll for the first quarter of the 2013-2014 academic year.

Edgartown School Announces Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

The Edgartown School has announced its honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2012-2013 academic year.

Eighth grade high honors: Abigail Lively and Lucy Ulyatt.

Eighth grade honors: Lauryn Bond, Kyle Boyd, Elizabeth Dourian, Gabriella Carlos, Cana Courtney, Lucy Enos, Sarah Felix, Ennis Foster, Daniel Gaines, Kylie Hatt, Kylie Hathaway, Anna Keenan, Mary Morano, Jordan Tate Da Silva, Joshua Tate Da Silva and Ava Thors.

Grade Schoolers Learn to Love Asparagus

Robin Forte, Island Grown Schools’ Harvest of the Month guest chef for the Edgartown School, moved through the lunch room with a tray of asparagus roll-ups for students to try. As she moved from table to table she saw a pattern emerging, one that has become familiar through the course of this first year of our Harvest of the Month program. The children at first would politely say “No, thank you” to the taste test. Then one student would venture, “I’ll try it,” and then each person in turn around the table would say the same thing.

Bringing a Love of Language to Learning

The classroom is up the open staircase to the right in room 220 at the Edgartown School. Flags of world nations hang from the ceiling. There is a quote on the door that reads, “No significant learning occurs without a significant relationship.” This is the English Language Learning room, although it is not the only place in the school where English language learning takes place.

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