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Week 35   April 8 - April 12, 2019

Good evening Edison Families

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 35.

Prom tickets are still on sale deadline is this Friday April 12th.  The Prom will be held at Wolf Lakes and prom bids are 80 dollars.  Guest passes are available in admin north and are due this week April 10th.

A shout out to all the students for representing Edison at the Ujima Servant Leadership Academy SLAP Presentations.  The SLAP project is a way to encourage research and critical thinking in students as well as improve their public speaking skills.  Great job

A shout out to students who participated in the Best Buddies walk at Woodward park.

Shout out to all the leadership students who last week participated in the leadership camp in Wonder Valley for young middle school students.  Your service leadership is much appreciated.  #BEKINDBEATIGER

This week begins a very important stretch for 11th graders, especially juniors in AP classes.  11th grade is the testing grade and it's intense.  We will begin with the CAST or California Science Test, which is the science section of the CAASPP or California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress.  The CAST will be administered to juniors for the first time this year resulting in all juniors taking science, ELA and Math tests during the testing window.  If your student is an 11th grader know that he/she is focused on the CAASPP test and might be distracted from their daily routines.  We begin CAASPP testing with the administration of the CAST commencing this week April 8-12.  The Math CAASPP Assessment starts after spring break on April 29th and the ELA CAASPP begins May 20th after AP testing.  The CAASPP determines progress toward college and career readiness in both English Language Arts/literacy, math, and science.

Continue to use the ASP to get help with your assignments.  Students have access to KHAN Academy and other resources for practice both independently or with a tutor.  Stay focused on your school and personal goals

 Here are a few highlights for the week.  Visit our website for more detailed information.

  • Monday Is FCC web advising in W117 all day
  • Tuesday and Wednesday this week is AP Bubbling in the Café.  
  • Wednesday is Block E parent group meets for a Restorative Practice Class 9-11am in the Library.
  • The spring play, "In the Heights" has begun and the critics say is a great hit.  There are two more performances on Apr. 12th & 13th show time is 7pm. Tickets can be purchased at tigertheatre.seatself.biz.
  • FRIDAY is LATE START Schedule.  1st period begins at 9:00am sharp!!!

     

Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  


Week 34   April 1 - April 5, 2019

Good evening Edison Families

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 34.

A shout out to all the students who scored a 3 or better on the 2017-18 AP Exams.  Edison enjoyed celebrating your accomplishments and providing a token of appreciation for your hard work and performance.  You make us very proud and good luck on this year's AP exams coming up very soon in May.

Shout out to the Edison Percussion & Color Guard for being named Champions for winning the H.S. Percussion Scholastic Regional A Championship Great job way to play

Continue to use the ASP to get help with your assignments.  Students have access to KHAN Academy and other resources for practice both independently or with a tutor.  Stay focused on your school and personal goals

Prom tickets are on sale through April 12th. The Prom will be held at Wolf Lakes and prom bids are $80.  Guest passes are available in admin north and are due April 10th.

The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress testing for all 11th graders starting the week of April 8-12.  The Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments/SBAC and California Science Test/CAST determine students' progress toward college and career readiness in both English language arts/literacy, math, and science. The tests consist of two parts: a computer adaptive test and a performance task.  In the meantime, all subject area departments, especially math and English have committed to providing practice opportunities for students as we approach SBAC and AP testing.  Interim Block Assessments, sample writing prompts and performance task are utilized by teachers to help students sharpen the skills and abilities required for success on these high stake tests.

Another very busy week for Spring sports and activities.  Please visit our website for more detailed information.  Here are a few highlights

  • Wednesday Apr. 3 is Block E parent group meets for a Restorative Practice Class 9-11am in Café.
  • The spring play, "In the Heights" begins Thursday and runs through Saturday Apr. 6th with two more performances on Apr. 12th & 14th show time is 7pm. April is 6th a 2pm matinee show.  Tickets can be purchased at tigertheatre.seatself.biz.
  • FRIDAY April 5th is LATE START WE ACT Schedule.  1st period begins at 9:00am sharp!!! 

 

Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  


Week 33   March 25 - March 29, 2019

Good evening Edison Families

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 33.

I just wanted to thank everyone for their kind words of encouragement and support during my first year as your Principal.  March 21 signified one year as the principal of Edison high school and let me state that I continue to be humbled and very appreciative for the opportunity to lead and be of service to this great school.  I look forward to another productive year moving forward. 

A shout out to all the students involved in Tiger Smiles Campaign for taking second place in the Cesar Chavez Service Project contest.  What a great way to give back to the Edison community.

A shout out is in order for the VAPA students for representing well at a theater competition of 62 schools form the U.S. at Fullerton College.  Special congrats to Rafael Bryant and Joshua Corey for placing second in Contemporary Dramatic and Riley Randel for placing Third in Make-up design.  Way to show that the Tigers are competitive in many areas.

Another shout out to Team 3495 for placing 5th in Monterey at Salinas HS for a Robotics competition.  Team 3495 demonstrates what can be accomplished with teamwork, creativity, intelligence and less not forget, resourcefulness.  Excellent job

Last Friday our yearly Multi-Cultural Rally was a huge success.  It is very rewarding to be able to celebrate our rich culturally diverse student population.  It was great to see our students enjoying themselves in the rally.  Awesome job leadership.

Remember we are in the 4th quarter headed toward the finish line.  Continue to use the ASP to get help on your assignments.  Students have access to KHAN Academy and other resources for practice both independently or with a tutor.  Stay focused on your school and personal goals

Prom tickets go on sale this week through April 12th.  The Prom will be held at Wolf Lakes and prom bids are 80 dollars.  Guest passes are available in admin north and are due April 10th.

If you are interested in running for student office next year, please stop by room W105 to pick up an election packet

Very busy week again with athletic competitions and events too many to mention.  Please visit our website for more detailed information.  Here are a few

  • Tuesday 26 is FCC CVP Registration in L1L2 8-3pm
  • Wednesday Mar 27th is the school day SAT
  • Also on Wednesday Mar. 27th is Block E parent coffee hour in the Cafeteria at 9-11am
  • FRIDAY Mar. 29th is LATE START Schedule.  1st period begins at 9:00am sharp!!! 



 
Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  


Week 32   March 18 - March 22, 2019

Good evening Edison Families

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 32.

A shout out to all of the leadership students who planned and organized this year's Sadie's dance.  It was cool to see everyone dressed up in the 90's theme.  It brought back some memories for me as well.  Great job students.

Shout to our Edison Band for their performance at the SVWAA Winter Competition in Lemoore.  We took 1st place in Percussion and color guard.  The Base and percussion ensembles took 1st place as well. A special shout out to Jorge Villasenor for his 1st place finish for High School Weapons Solo.

As we move into the fourth quarter, I want to ask ahead of time for your patience with the solar project that is currently on its way in the south parking lot.  I understand some frustration resulting from this project as it will disturb your normal daily routines for dropping off and picking up students.  We are trying to be reasonable, keeping student safety at the core of our decision making. You are able to drop students off as always but keep in mind, it may be congested and a bit chaotic. Students must display their parking permit in their review mirror in order to park on campus.  For questions, please contact VP Mrs. Woods.  Thanking you in advance for understanding.

This Friday March 22nd is our yearly Multi-Cultural Rally.  One of our strengths at Edison is our rich diversity.  The Multi-Cultural Rally give students an opportunity to learn a little something about the people they attend school with.  Student performances represent something about their cultures.  It is great to see us come together to celebrate each other.  One real special takeaway is that students will recognize that although there are some cultural differences many of us have lots of things in common.  For example, the love for music and dance

Come out and catch a spring sporting event.  Baseball, softball, track, lacrosse, badminton, aquatics   and volleyball are in season.  Come cheer them on

We are in the 4th quarter home stretch, continue to use the ASP to get help on your assignments.  Students have access to KHAN Academy and other resources for practice both independently or with a tutor.  Teachers will make themselves available for help if you ask.  Take ownership for your learning.  The sooner you have clarity of your purpose, ownership will develop and learning at a high level will be accomplished.  Stay focused on your school and personal goals

Lots of events happening this week too many to mention in this short message.  Here are two

  • Wednesday Mar. 20th is Block E parent coffee hour in the Cafeteria at 9-11am
  • FRIDAY Mar. 22nd is LATE START Schedule.  1st period begins at 7:50am sharp!!!
  • On Saturday Mar 23rd Come out and spend time with Edison Alum and NFL player Robert Golden at the Walk against Diabetes event at Edison High from 8am-1pm

Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  


Week 31   March 11 - March 15, 2019

Good evening Edison Families

 

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 31.


I'll begin by recognizing Coach Alkotob, Mrs. Valle and the MindCraft Robotic Team 3495 for representing us well at the Central Valley Regionals.  Your hard work and commitment to excellence is without question.  We look forward to the next competition in Monterey March 22.  Great job Team #3495

This week Fresno City Hall honored Edison's AdaDec team and proclaimed that March 7th is Edison Academic Decathlon Day.  You make Edison proud. Job well done.

If you didn't get a chance to check out the Art Hop at the M Street Complex you missed out.  The Art Hop was a huge success again.  It's amazing the level of talent that our students have.  Very professional work.  Great job to the Art students that participated in the Art Hop.

A shout out to all of the students who participated in the Fresno co. History Day Competition.  17 students are moving on to State competition.  That's the way to represent.

Edison High is excited to announce we will be getting solar panels installed on March 18th.  Starting Wednesday March 13th, the south parking lot will be fenced off.  You will be able to drop students off as before, but keep in mind, it may be congested and a bit chaotic. Students must display their parking permit in their review mirror in order to park on campus.  Please be patient with us and let us know if you have questions.  For questions, please contact VP Mrs. Woods.  Thanking you in advance for understanding.

The third quarter is coming to an end this week on Mar 15th, don't forget to take care of your responsibilities in the classroom.  Continue to use the ASP to get help on your assignments.  Students have access to KHAN Academy and other resources for practice both independently or with a tutor.

Sadie Hawkin's dance tickets are on sale now make sure you buy tickets soon.  Tickets are $20. 

Now some other announcements:

  • Tuesday Mar. 12th is the FUSD Band Festival
  • Wednesday Mar. 13th is ELAC in the Cafeteria at 9-11am
  • Wednesday Mar. 13th is the 11th Grade Biomed trip to USDA Labs 6am-7pm
  • Thursday Mar 14th AP Spanish Lit & Culture Class is at the Legion of Honor and Pier 39 San Francisco from 6:30 AM - 10:30 PM
  • FRIDAY Mar. 15th is the Wind Ensemble Joint Concert with FPU
  • FRIDAY Mar. 15th is LATE START and Extended Lunch Schedule.  1st period begins at 9:00am sharp!!! 

 

That's it for now.  Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  


Week 30   March 4 - March 9, 2019

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 30.


I hope you're enjoying the day off today.  I look forward to seeing you tomorrow


With the third quarter coming to an end on Mar 15th, don't forget to take advantage of the ASP.  Students have access to KHAN Academy and other resources for practice both independently or with a tutor.

Sadie's guest passes are now available in North Admin office through Wednesday March 6th.  All guests must be currently enrolled in high school and be in good standing at their perspective school. Sadie's tickets go on sale and this year's Sadie's theme is "back to the 90's" Tickets are $20. 


Now other announcements:

  • Monday Mar. 4th no school teacher meetings.
  • Wednesday Mar. 5th is Parent Coffee Hour CPR certification class in café
  • FRIDAY Mar. 9th is NO LATE START Schedule.  1st period begins at 7:50am sharp!!! 

 

That's it for now.  Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  

Week 29   February 25- March 1, 2019

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 29.

A huge thank you to all of the students who were out on the Quad on Friday supporting Edison's first Annual AP Rush event.  Students from Edison, as well as 8th graders from Gaston and Computech, learned about AP courses as the teachers from the various courses provided some insight and rationale for enrolling in an AP course.  Edison High boasts the most AP course offerings in the Central Valley. We offer 23 courses and 47% of our student body is enrolled in at least one AP course. AP is an open enrollment program.

Congratulations to the girls' soccer team for being crowned Central Section Girls Div. 2 Soccer Champions.  They successfully defended their Valley Championship with a nail-biter 2-1 win over Liberty of Madera.  What a win!!!  The Lady Tiger soccer team make us proud.  They truly exemplify team-work, great effort and scholarship.  Your ability to repeat as champions is a testament to your commitment to each other, your fearlessness on the field and your attention to detail.  We are headed to the State tournament.  Come out and cheer on the lady soccer team on Tuesday Feb 26 at 5pm as we play Vista Del Lago from Folsom Ca to cheer us on into the State playoffs

Congratulations to Kwabena Watson for qualifying for Senior Nationals.  Well done  

Congratulations to the Edison Forensic finalist and state qualifiers for their accomplishments this weekend.  Special shout out to Forensic Valley Champ Zoe Hilton

Another shout out to the Edison Color Guard for taking 1st place again and the percussion took 3rd place in Hanford way to go tigers.

Edison's School Site Council still looking for a parent to sit on the SSC.  If interested, please contact Mr. Arredondo at 457-2650

Remember take advantage of the ASP.  Students have access to KHAN Academy and other resources for practice both independently or with a tutor.

Sadie's guest passes are now available in North Admin office through Wednesday March 6th.  All guests must be currently enrolled in high school and be in good standing at their perspective school. Sadie's tickets go on sale and this year's Sadie's theme is "back to the 90's" Tickets are $20. 

We continue to see students out of dress code.  Please help by making sure you send your student in dress code.  Violators will be asked to change before going back to class.

Now other announcements:

  • Monday Feb. 25th the Yearbook group pictures taking place on the Amp all day.
  • Tuesday & Wednesday this week FCC will be in the cafeteria all day advising students about FCC an its options
  • Wednesday Feb. 27th at 9am is the Parent University class offered in Spanish in the Smartroom.  The English Parent University is offered at 5:30pm in L1L2
  • Thursday Feb. 28th there's a BSU event in W117 at 3pm and another event from 5:30pm – 8:30pm in the cafeteria.  Come out and celebrate Black History Month.
  • FRIDAY Mar.1st is a LATE START Schedule.  1st period begins at 9am sharp!!! 

That's it for now.  Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  


Week 28   February 18- February 22, 2019

Good evening Edison Families

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 28.

Congratulations to the girls' soccer team who keep moving forward in the playoffs to defend their section title.  Come out on Tuesday at 3pm and cheer on the lady tigers. 

The boys' soccer team is also making a run in the playoffs as they travel to Sanger to take on the Apaches at 6pm on Tuesday Feb. 19.

Thanks to the students who are committed to tutoring elementary students every Tuesday.  Tiger Tutors spend time after school reading and creating academic activities for King elementary students.  Great job students

Congratulations to both the boys' and girls' basketball teams for a good season this year.

Congratulations to wrestlers Xavier Prado, Jihad Arafi and Kwabena Watson for being Valley champions in their respective weight class.  Kwabena is seeded 16th in the State and will compete on Feb 21 in Bakersfield for a State wrestling title.  Well done Edison wrestlers. 

Remember take advantage of the ASP.  Students have access to KHAN Academy and other resources for practice both independently or with a tutor.

Please help by making sure you send your student in dress code.  Violators will be asked to change before going back to class.

Edison's School Site Council still looking for a parent to sit on the SSC.  If interested, please contact Mr. Arredondo at 457-2650

Sadie's guest passes are now available in North Admin office through Wednesday March 6th.  All guests must be currently enrolled in high school and be in good standing at their perspective school. Sadie's tickets go on sale and this year's Sadie's theme is "back to the 90's" Tickets are $20. 

Now some brief announcements:

  • Wednesday Feb. 20th The EHS Green Academy is traveling to Knott's Berry Farm for Engineering Day.  Departure is 5:30am Returning at 7:30pm.
  • Also on Wednesday Feb. 20th The Mobile Health Unit is on campus from 8:30 am -2:00pm in the south parking lot
  • On Thursday Feb. 21st the Drama Club is at Clovis North from 8am – 4pm
  • On Friday Feb. 22nd is AP Rush during lunch in the quad.  AP teachers and their AP students will have booths/tables set up showcasing their hard work/projects. Students are encouraged to walk around and learn about the different AP courses we have here at Edison. Great opportunity for students to learn more about the AP classes they may be taking in the near future, or to get those interested who may not have been.
  • Friday Feb. 22nd is the San Joaquin Jazz festival at Clovis North
  • Also FRIDAY Feb. 22nd is a NO LATE START Schedule.  1st period class begins at 7:50am sharp!!! 

That's it for now.  Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  


Week 27   February 11 - February 15, 2019


Good evening Edison Families

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 27.

Congratulations to the girls' soccer team for winning the CMAC Championship for the first time in school history.  They are definitely tigers on the prowl as they head into the playoffs to defend their section title.  Well done Tigers!!!

Congratulations to the Winter Color Guard for their first place finish and the winter competition.

A new LOP list will be created this week.  Thanks to all of the students who have been focused on their grades and worked hard to maintain satisfactory academic performance.  Remember take advantage of the ASP.  Students have access to KHAN Academy and other resources for practice both independently or with a tutor.

We are seeing lots of students wearing red.  Please help us out by making sure students adhere to the dress code rules.  No red is allowed and students will be asked to change before returning to class. 

Edison's School Site Council still looking for a parent to sit on the SSC.  If interested, please contact Mr. Arredondo at 457-2650

Sadie's guest passes are now available in North Admin office through Wednesday March 6th.  All guests must be currently enrolled in high school and be in good standing at their perspective school. 

Now some brief announcements:

  • Wednesday Feb. 13th at 9am only, Parent University is continuing classes on the topic of Transitioning to the 12th grade. The 9am class is in Spanish
  • FRIDAY Feb. 15th is a NO LATE START Schedule. 1st period class begins at 7:50am sharp!!! 

That's it for now.  Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  


Week 26   February 4 - February 8, 2019

Good evening Edison Families

 

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 26.

I want to begin by thanking all the students and parents for supporting academics first.  Many students have responded positively to the Loss of Privilege list by raising their grades and changing their focus.  At the end of this week, 3rd quarter progress grades end.  A new LOP list will be created no later than Feb. 11th.  Stay focused and asked teachers for help. Parents please monitor your child's academic development and contact the school for assistance.  Remember take advantage of the ASP.  Students have access to KHAN Academy and other resources for practice both independently or with a tutor

Congratulations to the students on the Academic Decathlon team for their 1st Place overall finish this weekend.  Your commitment and dedication paid off.  Job well done You make Edison proud.

Results of our districts interim assessments will be available this week as the assessment window closed Feb. 1.  The Interim assessments are taken by all students grades 9-12 in ELA and Math classes.  This in-house assessment tool provides valuable student performance data that is utilized to identify areas of strengths and growth.  Teachers reflect on their own instructional practices as a result of analyzing the test results with the intent of gauging student understanding of grade level content standards.

Edison's School Site Council still has a parent vacancy.  If you want o be a part of the SSC please contact Mr. Arredondo at 457-2650

Now some brief announcements:

  • On Monday Feb. 4th there are Athletic Pictures taking place in the cafeteria form 4:30pm – 7pm
  • On Tuesday Feb. 5th the African American Student Leadership Conference is at the Convention Center from 8:30am-3pm.
  • Wednesday Feb. 6th at 9am and at 5:30pm, Parent University is offering classes on the topic of Transitioning to the 12th grade. The 9am class is in Spanish and the 5:30pm class is offered in English
  • Also on Wed. the 6th is the FAFSA/Dream Act Workshop in L1/L2 at 6pm-8pm
  • FRIDAY Feb. 8th is a LATE START WE ACT Schedule.  1st period class begins at 9:00am sharp!!! 

That's it for now.  Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  


Week 25   January 28 - February 1, 2019

Good evening Edison Families, 

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 25.

We have been back in school going on 4 weeks now.  I encourage students to work hard on their learning.  Do not procrastinate and keep track of your school work.  Challenge your friends to stay focused on their academics and to get involved in school activities.  We are one tiger many stripes so if you know a classmate who is struggling in school and needs help, reach out to them. Make a pack with each other and commit to academic success.  Take advantage of the ASP every day to get assistance with school work as well as test prep.  Students have access to KHAN Academy and other resources for practice both independently or with a tutor.

Uber eats or any of the food delivery services are not allowed to bring food on campus.  Uber drivers do not check in with office personnel prior to dropping off food, which has safety implications.  However, parents can drop off food for their student at the attendance window only.

Now some brief announcements:

  • On Tuesday, Jan. 29th is the CART Trip.  Students going should report to the front of the gym at 9am.  Also on Tuesday, is the second School Site Council meeting at 4pm in W Building conference room.  We still have a parent vacancy and need a classified employee on the SSC.  If interested, please contact Mr. Arredondo at 457-2650
  • Wednesday Jan. 30th at 9am and at 5:30pm, Parent University is offering their 1st class on the topic of Transitioning to the 12th grade. The 9am class is in Spanish and at 5:30pm the class is offered in English
  • FRIDAY Feb. 1st is a LATE START Schedule.  1st period class begins at 9:00am sharp!!!

 

That's it for now.  Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  


Week 24   January 21 - January 25, 2019

Good evening Edison Families

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 24.

Today we celebrate and remember a great man in American history, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. One of many Dr. King quotes that resonates with me states; "Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?” In this time of uncertainty and political unrest we must remember that we must stick together as human-beings and lend a helping hand to our fellow Americans. I hope you take some time to reflect on Dr. Martin Luther King’s message of peace, love and prosperity for all people of this great country.

Remember we have opportunities for students to get assistance with their school work as well as test prep. Please take advantage of the ASP every day after school

Parents please understand that students who are in violation of the districts dress code specifically red shoes, shirts and pants will be asked to correct the violation before returning back to class.

Any and all types of food delivery services will not be allowed to bring food on campus. Parents can drop off food for their student at the attendance window only.

Attention seniors, you will get applications for a new off campus pass on Tuesday during 4th period


Now some brief announcements:

* Wednesday Jan. 23rd at 9am is Block E coffee hour in the café

* Also on Wednesdays we will have the Mobile Health Unit on campus

* Thursday the 24th is Fresno City College registration in L1/L2 at 5:30pm

* FRIDAY Jan. 18th is a NO LATE START Schedule. Class begins at 7:50am SHARP!!!


That’s it for now. Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance. Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540. If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.


Week 18    December 10 - December 14, 2018

Good Evening Edison Families!

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for the LAST week of semester one.

I'd like to begin by extending my gratitude to everyone especially my students and their parents.  I have felt nothing but encouragement and support as I manage the transition to being your principal.  Teachers and staff have been gracious and patient during this time of change as well.  Happy Holidays and may you enjoy family and friends during the winter break.

Congratulations to Edison's Forensics team who won 1st place in varsity debate sweepstakes for small school entries. And a special congrats to Gabe Camarillo, Devin Redding, Emma Pitcher and Nick Doris for ranking in the top 10 in their events.  They will move on to represent Edison in the Valley Championships later in March. 

Finals are this week Tuesday through Thursday.  We will be on a finals schedule which allows students to have 110 minutes to complete their final assessment for the semester.  On Tuesday are 1st, 2nd & 7th period finals, on Wednesday are 3rd & 4th period finals and on Thursday, students will take their 5th & 6th period finals in the afternoon.  Parents please note that 7th period on Tuesday ends at 4:27pm.  Students stay focused on your studies and finish strong.


Reminder: Parents of 9th, 10th and 11th grade students should have received a letter informing them of how to check out a ASUS tablet for use at home.  If you are interested in checking out a device for your student, both parents and students need to log into their ATLAS portal. Once logged into your portal, click the eCompanion Device link to register and receive information about the checkout process.  If you need help with online registration in ATLAS, you can visit the Edison High School Library and one of our staff member will assist you.  Each high school has a date set for tablet checkout.  You can pick up your device from any of the high schools on the deployment date and time.  Edison High will be checking out tablets on December 13th, from 3pm to 7pm.

 

Now some brief announcements:

·       Monday Dec. 10th is the Jazz Band Winter concert that begins at 6:30pm in the café

·       Tuesday is the LCAP Community Exchange Workshop begins at 5pm in the café.  Workshops give parents and community members an opportunity to share ideas regarding potential budget investments and programs that are designated to support students and improve student achievement.

  • Wednesday join the "Block E" parent group for their annual luncheon at 9am in the café
  • FRIDAY Dec. 14th is a Late Start

 

That's it for now.  Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  


Week 17    December 3 - December 7, 2018

Good Evening Edison Families!

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for the week

There are 10 more school days until the winter break.  Please encourage your student to stay focused and do their very best on their finals.  First semester finals are the week of Dec. 10th -14th.  Please refer to website for details of the finals schedule. Students take advantage of the study sessions offered after school to help prep for finals

Congratulations goes out to Edison's efuel teams who won both the D-1 and D-2 district championships on Saturday

I wanted to recognize all the students who have committed random acts of kindness for people in our community.  It is an example of the type of students we have at Edison that genuinely cares about all people and demonstrate their care by putting it into action  You make Edison proud.

Parents last week I communicated that beginning next semester the enforcement of a loss of privilege list for all extracurricular activities will be implemented.  I originally thought that students who receive a GPA of less than a 2.0 could not participate, however being that there are many students with more than 1 D or F, I think it's important that I revisit a reasonable criterion.  Extracurricular activities are a privilege, not a right.  Remember academic performance matters and is expected of all Edison students. 

Parents of 9th, 10th and 11th grade students should have received a letter informing them of how to check out a ASUS tablet for use at home.  If you are interested in checking out a device for your student, both parents and students need to log into their ATLAS portal. Once logged into your portal, click the eCompanion Device link to register and receive information about the checkout process.  If you need help with online registration in ATLAS, you can visit the Edison High School Library and one of our staff member will assist you.  Each high school has a date set for tablet checkout.  You can pick up your device from any of the high schools on the deployment date and time.  Edison High will be checking out tablets on December 13th, from 3pm to 7pm.

Reminder that students are required to carry on their person a school ID.  Student IDs must be provided to buy tickets at all extracurricular activities.  Those students who have missed placed their ID can buy another one before we go on winter break

Now some brief announcements:

  • Monday Dec. 3rd is the Water Polo Banquet begins at 5pm
  • this Wednesday join the "Block E" parent group for coffee at 9am in the café
  • Also on Wed. is FCC Orientation in the Café beginning at 7:30am
  • LATE START on FRIDAY Dec. 7th
  • Also on Friday is the Asian Club Winter Banquet starting at 3:30pm
  • Sat Dec. 8th at Edison is the ACT

 

That's it for now.  Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  



Week 14- November 12 - November 16, 2018

Good Evening Edison Families!

 This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for the week

I'd like to start out by thanking all of our parents who have served in the armed forces.  Thank you for your service and your courage to defend freedom.

The behavior of some of our young students on Thursday was unacceptable.  Students were reckless and created an unsafe situation.  Thanks to the quick thinking of our safety team, the two primary students involved were immediately apprehended.  Initially, it was hard to be sure the number of students that where involved because students were being released after the last period of the day.  A large swarm of students, more than 100, ran around following some student instigators with their phones out looking to take a video of a fight.  They ran across the campus multiple times.  Thinking student safety first, our SRO called for police back up which swiftly arrived on campus.  To our knowledge no weapons were involved and only one fight occurred.  Thank goodness that nobody got trampled or injured by the big crowd.  I'm sure it looked bad as parents drove up to pick up their students, however I appreciated the quick response of Officer Hughes to call for additional help.  Although, we probably didn't need that many police officers, it was good to know they could get to us as quickly as they did. 

I also spent all day investigating the incident and taking strict actions in addressing the behaviors of specific students.  I addressed all students via the school intercom to express my disappointment and expectations for student behaviors.  I took time and visited almost every classroom and let students know that I will not tolerate trouble makers and expect students to focus on their academics.

Please understand the goal is to graduate from high school. If student behaviors show otherwise, we will do our best to provide students with the best options to graduate.

Congrats to our Edison Water Polo Team for their remarkable accomplishments this season.  Although they came up short in the valley championship game. They played a great game losing by one in overtime I'm proud of how you competed and never gave up.  It took a very impressive individual performance to outscore the tigers. 

Now some brief announcements:

  • join our parent group Block E for coffee at 9am in the café this Wednesday
  • Also this Wednesday is Scholarship Night from 6-8pm in room W117
  • Message from the counseling office.  The UC and CSU application deadline is November 30th. Students are advised to meet with their counselor to review their application before they submit. Counselors will conduct a CSU application workshop on Wednesday, November 14th and they are also available at lunch or after school.  If you have any questions, please contact the Counseling Department at 457-2650
  • You have another week to see Noises Off.  This is a must see Theater production.  The reviews have been positive and impressive so come out and enjoy the show.  It opens this Thursday at 6 pm.  With a show on Friday evening and a matinee show at 1pm Saturday and evening show Saturday night.
  • NO LATE START on FRIDAY November 16th
  • Sat Nov. 17th is Edison's food give-away from 8:30-to 3:00pm

 

That's it for now.  Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  


Week 12 - October 29 - November 2, 2018

Good Evening Edison Families!

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 12

This week selected students will be participating in the program Breaking Down the Walls. It's a comprehensive program designed to unify, empower, and engage every student to create a positive and supportive campus climate. Students learn to interact with a cross-section of their peers, and find that they do not live in isolation, rather, within a community that depends on each of its members to thrive. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Aquino

Please continue to monitor your student's academic progress and contact teachers and counselors if you have any academic concerns. Remember if you need help with school work, attend the after school program available every day in various locations on campus. Please see Ms. Souryasack for information about ASP

Congratulations to our water polo team for another great season. Come out and support their playoff run to the championship.

Now some brief announcements:

* NO SCHOOL ON MONDAY

* Tuesday Night at 6pm is the Fall Concert in the Café. Come out and listen the band is great.

* No Late start on Friday November 2

* On Wednesday please join our parent group Block E for coffee at 9am in the café.

* Sat Nov.3rd is the SAT in the café. For more info, contact your counselor

That's it for now. Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance. Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540. If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.



Week 11 - October 22 - October 26, 2018

Good Evening Edison Families!

 

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 11

I'm pleased to let parents know that we are very concerned about the safety of all at Edison.  With this said, coming up this week, students will receive valuable information regarding safety and emotional well-being.  In our attempt to educated the "whole child" it is very important to prepare our youth for the realities of society.  It's not only critical that students are supported academically, but it is without question, that social/emotional well-being is just as vital and ought to be nurtured and supported too.  If you prefer that your student not participate, please contact Mrs. Woods or Mrs. De La Cruz at 457-2650

Parents please connect with your student's teacher or counselor if you have any concerns 

Now some brief announcements:

On Tuesday from 9-11am there's an ELAC meeting in the cafeteria

As I just mentioned, on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, 10th grade students will be provided information through FUSD's Signs of Suicide Prevention Program to address the problems of youth depression and suicide.

 

Also, on Wednesday and Thursday, all grade levels will participate in a Safety Assembly facilitated by our own SRO Officer Hughes from Fresno PD.  The information is focused on educating students about the importance of reporting suspicious behaviors often referred to as "See Something Say Something" while also providing students with helpful tips for staying safe in public spaces based on the concept Run, Hide, Fight.

 

Take advantage of the after school program available every day in various locations after school for help with school work.  Please see Ms. Souryasack for information about ASP

That's it for now.  Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as support for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  


Week 10 - October 15 - October 19, 2018


Good Evening Edison Families!

 

This is Principal Munoz with some announcements for week 10

I want to start by sending my congratulations to the Homecoming honor court, especially Homecoming Queen Samantha Ortiz and Homecoming King Jaime Ruvalcaba.  Both are great students and are perfect examples of the type of students we have at Edison High School.  Home coming is a fun time and students really get into the spirit of homecoming.  Thanks to all the students who work hard on their homecoming skits and to the parents for being involved in your student's extracurricular activities.

Now some brief announcements:

School site Council Meeting is tomorrow Monday from 4:30-6:30pm in the W building conference room

Order the inventor yearbook and purchase a senior ad.  Senior ad order forms are

due tomorrow, Monday October 15, 2018.  Please go to our website and click the link to purchase a senior Ad.

 

On September 26, 2016, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law AB 2246, addressing Pupil Suicide Prevention Policies. One of the things that the law requires school districts to do is implement a curriculum for secondary students on mental wellness. Subsequently, Fresno Unified School District has adopted the SOS Signs of Suicide Prevention Program to address the problems of youth depression and suicide simultaneously and age appropriately. This year, the program is being offered to all 10th grade students at Edison High School, and throughout the district. The implementation will begin on Tuesday October 16, 2018. If you have a 10thgrade student, please check with them, as more detailed information was sent home with them last Friday. Due to the sensitivity of the topic, if you prefer your student not to participate in the SOS Program, please contact Miss. De La Cruz, our School Social Worker or Mrs. Buchan, our School Psychologist at 457-2650

On Wed evening at 4:30pm – 7:30pm we have the CTE Expo at Chukchansi Park.  Career technical Education are courses taught by credentialed instructors who have a CTE credential in the industry sector.  CTE is an option for students who want to explore real world learning opportunities that offer work-based learning experiences.  Over half of the student body is enrolled in CTE.

Take advantage of the after school program available every day in various locations after school for help with school work.  Please see Ms. Souryasack for information about ASP

That's it for now.  Visit our website for dates and times of events and activities as well as for test prep and homework assistance.  Don't forget to like our Facebook page at facebook.com/EHSTigers or follow me on twitter@joeymoonyos540.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 457-2650.  



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