A Brief History of Edgewood School
This video was first shown in June 2007. Narrated by Owen Marsh, then a fourth grader.
Our 90th Anniversary
This presentation was first shown at an assembly on January 5, 2009, 90 years to the day our school first opened its doors. Play video
On Day One
When Edgewood School opened its doors on January 5, 1919, one of its students was a kindergartener named Carl Schorske. Professor Schorske, a historian and Pulitzer Prize author, visited Edgewood for on its 88th anniversary in 2007 and he spoke about his days at Edgewood. He remembered a school surrounded by Russet "rustycoat" apple trees, getting promoted from kindergarten to first grade by Principal Mary Piedalue after singing a German ballad, and recognizing how good teaching and inspired learning can change a life. Play Video
In Fall 2009, the new playground made its official debut. Two fifth grade students gathered teachers to demonstrate how to properly use the new equipment. Play Video
The Walking School Bus is not only a part of the Edgewood School culture, but a reminder that each of us can play a role in keeping our environment and ourselves healthy. This video was originally produced as an audio story, by then 5th grader Owen in the spring of 2008. It was later adapted to its current video format. Play Video