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EHS Summer Hours 8-4:30 PM Mon-Wed, Close 3:45 PM Thursdays
Upcoming Events
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- First Day of School
8:00 AM - 3:05 PM
 
School Announcements
Summer Reading Assessments due at the beginning of fall term
Students - the fall semester start is right around the corner - don't forget your summer reading.

Click here to link directly to the English department page for downloadable reading lists and grading rubrics.
Video AFJROTC Summer Camp at Citadel June 2014

End of Course Test Pass Rates Trending up!
Our end-of-course test pass rates were up over 12% this year - another remarkable improvement. This is a cumulative pass rate improvement for US History, English I, Algebra I, and Biology.  Our Algebra results alone  were up almost 30% with an overall 79% pass rate.

Congratulations students, teachers, and parents - we are on the right track. 

 

Our Senior Red Cord Awards for Blood Drive


4th Block Señora Caro Hoja en Blanco Lip Dub

3rd Block Señora Caro Hoja en Blanco Lip Dub

Not now, kids

1st Block Señora Caro Hoja en Blanco Lip Dub

Edisto Grads Achieve

EHS class of 2010 grad Ashlynn Turner graduated from Wofford this weekend Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa. She will attend Veterinary School at UGa in the Fall.

EHS Class of 2008 grad Kaitlyn Turner earned her Doctorate of Pharmacy at MUSC this past weekend.  She will start residency at the Dorn VA Medical Center in Columbia this summer.

EHS class of 2010 grad Jennifer Troutman graduated Cum Laude from USC just before Mother's Day.  She is current attending Disney University for a managerial internship in Orlando. She will graduate to a full position at Disney in January 2015.
AFJROTC Year in Review

Attention Juniors!!!!

Senior pictures will be taken by Lifetouch at Edisto High School June 2 and 3.  Students are being asked to sign up with Mrs. Townsend-Smith Thursday, Friday, and Monday (May 15, 16, and 19) for an appointment time.  She will be available all THREE lunches and before or after school.

There are two options.  Students may take just the tuxedo or drape pose (the yearbook pose) or may choose to have a full sitting and bring UP TO three outfit changes.  It takes about 90 minutes to photograph one full sitting. 

The sitting fee for either is $25.00 which is due the day the pictures are taken.

If students choose not to take their picture with Lifetouch, they will have to provide a FORMAL pose picture (tuxedo or drape with a blue background) to the yearbook.  The deadline for this picture to be given to Mrs. Townsend-Smith will be September 8, 2014. 

Please see Mrs. Townsend-Smith for more information or to make an appointment.  Appointments are on a first come-first serve basis. 

Señora Rosales and Señora Caro Spanish Classes visit Columbia

AFJROTC in Orlando

Edisto High is a smoke-free campus
Parents, students, and employees are reminded that Orangeburg School District 4 and Edisto High are smoke-free campuses.

Secondhand smoke is harmful to everyone. Secondhand smoke is a combination of the smoke in the air from a burning cigarette, cigar, or pipe and the smoke exhaled by a person who is smoking. Smoke-filled rooms and cars have up to six times the air pollution of a busy highway. Secondhand smoke has been designated as a human cancer-causing agent by the U.S. EPA, the National Toxicology Program, and the International Agency for Research on Cancer. It’s the number one source of indoor air pollution, and it poses a health threat to all South Carolinians.

Some parents don’t fully understand how harmful secondhand smoke is for their kids, but most of them do understand that it is dangerous. That’s why most parents—including parents who smoke—try to protect their kids from secondhand smoke. Please do not smoke on our campus.
Edisto AFJROTC Fly Guys

AP Chemistry students use Davidson College Virtual Lab

Advanced Placement chemistry students are taking advantage of refurbished computers recently placed in the chemistry classroom by the district's technology staff. The current video shows two AP chemistry students discussing a virtual chemistry kinetics lab. Students manipulate the concentrations of solutions and generate and interpret corresponding graphs for reaction rate. The virtual chemistry lab simulations are an outstanding resource for labs that may otherwise incorporate expensive or dangerous materials. These experiments are especially important for simulating expensive lab equipment that could not otherwise be utilized in a high school classroom and are provided by Dr. David Blauch and the Davidson College Virtual Chemistry Experiment webpages. (http://www.chm.davidson.edu/vce)


EHS learn at Claflin Symposium

Ten of our students at Edisto High spent a day at Claflin University in Orangeburg, SC discussing steps towards success for young black males. Three students reflect on their lessons learned.

Make the right choices...

AFJROTC assists Project Soar at Bowman Middle School



Celebrate Freedom Foundation’s Project SOaR™ (School/Student Opportunities and Rewards) is an academic outreach program that supports STEM courses (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in middle and high schools.

AFJROTC cadets chaperoned 300 middle school students from our district Thursday, 20 Feb and
learned about career opportunities in South Carolina.  Learn more about the program at the link below...

http://www.thecelebratefreedomfoundation.org/soar.htm
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