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Seniors of the Month, April 2014
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  • Fusion 2014

    The Peacock Society performed its first Fusion Show revival to a nearly packed auditorium on Friday evening. The show, written and directed by Akash Malik, is a wonderfully witty and upbeat rendering of Indian Music, Dance, and Fashion. CLICK HEADLINE to read more.

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  • Congrats to EHS Band and Chorus

    This weekend, the EHS Choir and Band participated in the Festivals of Music Competition in Washington. They brought numerous awards back to the home of the Eagles. CLICK HEADLINE for a full list of awards.

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  • EHS Artists Exhibit Work at Mayor's Office

    EHS student artists are displaying their works in a joint EHS-JPS art exhibit at the Edison Mayor's Office/Municipal Complex, 100 Municipal Blvd, Edison. The show opening, complete with artist interviews, will take place on April 23rd at 5:30. CLICK HEADLINE for a full list of exhibiting artists.

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  • Jazz Honors Choir, Region II

    Congratulations to the following EHS students who were invited to perform in the Region II Jazz Honors Choir: Julian Baro, Julian Beal, Kuseem Chandler, Lia Davies, Elena Elias, Lauren Faith Galamay, Rachel Phelan, Nathaniel Poblete, Ian Galamay, Rebecca Temple, Carlos Velazquez, Adrian Villanueva, and Rachel Walsh.

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  • C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S -- EHS Seniors' College Acceptance Letters are Starting to Roll In

    EHS students are joining the IVY LEAGUE HARVARD UNIVERSITY -- Ikenna Ugboaja PRINCETON UNIVERSITY -- Rohira Divya

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  • EHS Supports James Monroe
    On Monday, March 24th, Edison High School hosted well over 500 parents, board members, township officials, and members of the press at the press conference to discuss plans for relocating James Monroe Elementary following the tragic events of  March 22nd. 
    Also in attendance were James Monroe students and faculty.  
    The EHS Student Council did an incredible job of making the parents and students feel welcome. The Student Council provided coffee, tea, and hot chocolate to all and juice and snacks to the children.  EHS council representatives, with the help of adviser Ms. Hanas, planned games and activities to fill the evening with fun for the children.
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    It is true: Eagles and Owls really do fly together. 
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    We're Great ...

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