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Edgewood Elementary
Edgewood Elementary
203 Grove Street
Marysville, OH 43040
School Day: 9:10 a.m. - 3:55 p.m.
Doors open : 8:50 a.m.
Dismissal: 3:55 p.m.
Phone: 937-578-6800
Fax: 937-578-6813
Absence Line: 937-578-6815
SACC Office: 937-578-6134
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Admin. Assistant: Mrs. Sparks
Office Aide: Mrs. Fetzer

FAMILY DAY 

at the 

BOOKFAIR!

Saturday Sept. 24th from 10am-12pm. 

Extended hours during Mumkin PickUp from 2-4pm!


 
Edgewood Book Fair will run from September 19-September 30 during your child's Library UA. Use the following QR code to go directly to the Edgewood Scholastic Book Fair page to set up your child's Ewallet, preview the catalogue and shop online!  On September 24th families can shop the bookfair in the Edgewood Gymnasium!  Please park along Edgewood Drive and enter through the gym doors!  There will be snacks, crafts and of course lots and lots of great books! The fair will be open from 10am-12pm and then during Mumkin Pick up from 2-4pm!  



Employee of the Year!

Congratulations to our very own

Mr. Bayliss


2022-2023

Back to School Information

Click HERE for 2022-2023 New Student Enrollment, Kindergarten Registration, and Back to School Information/Forms. 

Please expand on the topics below to find important information at a quick glance.

Location

203 Grove Street
Marysville, OH 43040 

Click HERE to view a map of all MEVSD Schools 

Office Hours and Contact Information

Office Hours
8:00am-4:15pm

Front Office Phone
937-578-6800

Fax
937-578-6813

Edgewood Absence Line
937-578-6815

Admin. Assistant
Mrs. Sparks 

Office Aide
Mrs. Fetzer

Principal
Mr. Campbell 

School Hours


Standard Day 
 2 Hour Delay
  • Doors Open: 8:50am 
  • Doors Open: 10:50am 
  • Breakfast Begins: 8:50am
  • Breakfast Begins: 10:50am
  • Start Time/Tardy Bell: 9:10am  
  • Start Time/Tardy Bell: 11:10am 
  • Dismissal Time: 3:55pm 
  • Dismissal Time: 3:55pm

SACC

SACC Office
(937)578-6134

Late Arrival or Student Absence

Late Arrivals

All students should be in their classrooms by 9:10am.  If a student arrives after 9:10am they will be considered late. Please bring the student to the front office to sign them in. Do not drop students off unattended at the front of the building   


Absence

Please report absences and late arrivals to the Edgewood Absence Line before 8:55 am.   Please do not report absences by emailing the students teacher.

*If the student has a doctor's appointment, please ask for a doctor's excuse and have the student provide the note to their teacher the following day.
 
Edgewood Absence Line: 937-578-6815

Dismissal Safety Guidelines

At Edgewood Elementary we take great pride in maintaining a safe environment for our students, staff and parents.  Please review our safety guidelines for each dismissal option below. Click HERE to view the Edgewood road map.  

Drop-off and Pick-up (Cars only) 
In order to promote a safe environment in the drop-off and pick-up line we need: 
  • There are two entry lanes to the Edgewood Loop.
  • You cannot stop on Grove St.
  • For arrival and dismissal line:  Pull up to the stop sign by the bike rack.
  • Parents should remain in their cars. If your student needs help exiting your vehicle, please pull into a parking spot.
  • Students will enter and exit the car along the cones and yellow line.
  • The Edgewood Loop is not two lanes, NO PASSING. 
  • Do NOT drop students off on Edgewood Dr., Grove St. or in the Board Office parking lot.
  • Dismissal:  Students will be called outside and will walk down toward the bike rack and enter their vehicle.

Back Door Walkers and Front Door Walkers 
To keep our walkers safe we need: 
  • Due to moving traffic and congestion, parents need to meet their children at one of the designated student pick up and drop off areas for walkers (Back Door-crosswalk near Hickory Dr./Edgewood Dr. or Front Door-crosswalk near Grove St./6th St.). 
  • Parents should refrain from picking their child up at the front doors (Emergencies only).  Please meet your child at the crosswalk and help them cross the road safely. 
  • Walkers should use all sidewalks and should not walk through private property. 
  • Students need to cross the road at a designated crosswalk. 

Back Door Walkers 
Our goal is to create the safest environment for our staff and students. In order to do this we need your help: 
  • Remind your child to walk on the paved path all the way up to the crosswalk. 
  • If you’re able, meet your child at the crosswalk and help them cross the road safely. 
  • We ask that parents who are parked on the West side of Wilderness Rd. to meet your child at the crosswalk. 
  • A staff member will be available if assistance is needed. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding these building routines feel free to contact the Edgewood office at 937-578-6800

Early Sign Out or Dismissal Change

Early Sign Out

Please send a note in with your student or contact the school office if a student will be getting picked up early. Please report to the front office and at that time the staff will call your child from their classroom. Staff will not take students out of their classroom prior to your arrival.  

*If the student has a doctor's appointment, please ask for a doctor's excuse and have the student provide the note to their teacher the following day.

Dismissal Change

Please contact the school office with any changes in the student's end of the day dismissal transportation before 3:00 p.m.

Front Office Phone: 937-578-6800

Weather Related Closure-Calamity Information

For information about how decisions are made about delays and/or closings due to weather, please click HERE.

As for our “calamity day make-up plan" for closures due to weather, here is some helpful information:
  • Step 1:  Three calamity days will take place. There will be no remote learning.
  • Step 2:  When the fourth, fifth and sixth calamity days take place, short-term remote learning will take place. Please click HERE for more information on short-term remote learning activities.
  • Step 3:  Remote learning will not take place for additional calamity days unless a school or district does not meet the minimum hour requirements designated by the Ohio Department of Education.

Birthday/Holiday Celebrations

We love to celebrate our wonderful students!  If you would like to have your child bring something in to share with their classmates for their birthday, please ONLY send non-food items (i.e. stickers, pencils, etc.) and turn them into school 72 hours before being handed out.  We also would request not sending in birthday party invitations to be distributed during school hours.  

Lunch Times

Lunch times for 2022-2023 school year are listed below.


  • Kindergarten: 12:15 pm-12:45 pm

  • First Grade: 12:30 pm-1:00 pm

  • Second Grade: 11:30 am- 12:00 pm

  • Third Grade: 11:45 am- 12:15 pm

  • Fourth Grade: 1:00 pm- 1:30 pm


Click HERE for more lunch information. 

Volunteers

Volunteers can return to Edgewood starting October 25th, 2021. All volunteers will need to fill out the below forms and return to our Edgewood Front Office Staff.  

All volunteers will also be required to complete a wellness check. Any volunteer who is experiencing any symptoms or does not feel well will need to reschedule for another time. 

Military Family Resources

Marysville Schools values families that live in our community who are connected to the military. We understand that military youth experience unique circumstances and situations, and we want every military family to know we are here to help. This website has been created to provide military families with easy access links to helpful resources. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your child's school counselor. 


Ohio State DOE Supporting Ohio's Military Families

http://education.ohio.gov/

That State of Ohio's Dept of Education website with several different resources for military families.


Union County Veterans Service

https://www.co.union.oh.us/veterans

Some of the many services offered through the local Veterans office is financial assistance, transportation and claim submittal to the federal Department of Veteran Affairs.  

Ohio Family Readiness and Warrior Support Program

http://ong.ohio.gov/frg/frg_index.html 

Resources and platforms to meet and relate to other service members and families who understand the challenges and experiences of military life. 

 

OMK - Ohio Military Kids

http://www.ohio4h.org/statewide-programs/ohio-military-kids

Supports the youth of military families throughout the deployment cycle.  Provides a one time per child, up to $500, grant for sports, fine arts, camps and tutoring programs.

 

Military OneSource

http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Offers help with parenting and child care, education, relocation, financial and legal concerns along with everyday issues. 

 

National Military Family Association

http://www.militaryfamily.org/

Provides education and information regarding rights, benefits and services for military families.  

 

Military Child Education Coalition

http://www.militarychild.org/

Helps military children cope with being Coalition from school to school around the world. 

 

Military and DoD Child Care Assistance

http://childcareaware.org/military-child-care-assistance-programs/ 

Child Care Aware of America partners with the United States Military and Department of Defense to serve and support their families through the Child Care Fee Assistance Programs. 

 

Tutor.com

https://military.tutor.com/home

Tutor.com is an online, live, one-to-one tutoring service for homework help for FREE

 

March 2 Success

www.March2Success.com

Free on-line test preparation course that will provide help with taking standardized tests and improve Math and English skills.  

 

Military Kids Connect

www.militarykidsconnect.dcoe.mil

Online community where kids, tweens and teens can de-stress and connect with other military kids their age.  

 
Blue Star Mothers 
A 501 (c) 3 organization consisting of mothers, grandmothers, foster mothers, female legal guardians who have children serving in the military, guard or reserves, or children who are veterans. For information regarding the local chapter, please email

Mesothelioma and Veterans Guide 

https://www.asbestos.com/veterans/ 

A free online resource that provides information about veterans' health. This free resource highlights Veterans and asbestos exposure, filing a VA claim, cancer treatment for Veterans, and types of Veterans benefits. 

Community Links

Please click on the links below for more information on our local community services

Awards
2015 business of the year
momentum award 2016
momentum award 2017
momentum award 2018
innovation grant winner
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