2021 Summer Enrichment
Summer Learning Enrichment
High school teachers will not give summer assignments. Instead, teachers are providing optional enrichment activities that are not for a grade. Reading for choice is highly encouraged but not required.
The purpose of optional summer enrichment is to:
• activate students’ background knowledge and skills
• provide opportunity to review introductory topics/prerequisites for a course
• create or enhance enthusiasm and interest in a subject or to serve as a springboard for future learning.
Fall Sports begin August 2, 2021
Looking to participate in Cheerleading, Cross Country, Field Hockey, Football, Golf or Girls Volleyball? Go to our website: www.edisonsports.org for Tryout Information and required forms. Tryouts are the first week in August!
Summer Credit Recovery
Edison High School - Summer 2021 Learning Options
To support all students, Edison High School will be hosting different summer learning opportunities during two separate sessions. Please see the details below outlining both credit recovery and original credit options.
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New Student to Edison
Are you a new student to Edison for the 2021-22 school year? Access the new students registration page here.
2020-21 YEARBOOK DISTRIBUTION INFORMATION
Yearbook Distribution Schedule
Wednesday, June 30 – Senior Class (Class of 2021)
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Thursday, July 1 – Junior, Sophomore & Freshman Class (Classes of 2022, 2023, & 2024)
4:00 pm -7:00 pm
Friday, July 2 – Makeup Date
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm.
Students (or parents) will be required to show proof of identity, or a copy of the receipt from the Yearbook Order Center emailed to the email address on file including the confirmation number.
Upcoming Events at Thomas A. Edison High School
Mental Health Resources: 24/7 Emergency Numbers
CrisisLink Regional Hotline
Dominion Hospital Emergency
Mobile Crisis Unit
Thomas A. Edison High School Features
Mr. Fox Recognized as the FCPS 2021 Region 3 Outstanding Secondary Teacher
Congratulations Amelia Carr
Edison FBLA won more competitive events than any other FCPS school, and the second-most competitive events in all of Virginia. More Edison students participated in and won SLC events than at any time in school history (if I’m not mistaken).
Senior Jorge Mansilla served as Virginia FBLA's Vice President Representing the Northern Virginia Region and Northern Virginia Regional President. Jorge and his team have passed the torch to a new team of state officers. I am proud to announce that freshman Katrina Chen will serve as an at large state officer, and freshman Yaqeen Bahjat will assume Jorge's position as State Vice President Representing the Northern Virginia Region/Northern Virginia Regional President.
Our chapter's projects this year received outstanding awards. In the following chapter events, students plan, implement, and run projects around a specific topic, and then must document their project's successes and growth opportunities through a 15-page report.
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