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  • Dancing Cinderella
    The Daddy Daughter Dance is Wednesday, April 19th in the EDS Cafeteria. Don’t forget to RSVP! $30 per Daddy/Daughter couple and $10 each additional daughter. 3 year olds – 3rd grade will dance from 6-7 p.m. 4th grades – 8th grades will dance from 7-8 p.m. If Dad is not available, a...
  • Alumni Spotlight – Congratulations Harper Sims!
    Congrats to EDS Alumna Harper Sims! Sims represented Augusta Prep in the annual Georgia vs. South Carolina All-Star game played at Heathwood Hall last week! Sims will be competing at Paine College in the Columbia County vs. Richmond County All-Star game on March 25. Sims ended the game with 10 point...
  • Zooming In The EDS 500
    On Wednesday, March 22nd, PK zoomed to the finish line as they completed their unit on transportation with the “EDS 500.” The vehicles came in all shapes and sizes. There were cars, boats, trains, and even a T-Rex! The childrens’ imagination and creativity were on full display as they “drove&#...
  • Check Out The Experiments Happening In 7th Grade
    Karst topography is a landscape formed from the dissolution of soluble rocks such as limestone, dolomite, and gypsum. It is characterized by underground drainage systems with sinkholes and caves. In preparation for their upcoming visit to Mammoth Caves National Park in Kentucky, our 7th grade studen...
  • An Act of Kindness From EDS
    Nat Lanier, 3rd grade EDS student, made a special masterpiece to deliver to Ivey Coleman. Ivey is a loved member of our community and the mother of former EDS student, Beth Coleman. She is an art teacher who has taught many lessons with EDS students over the years, so this piece of art is something ...
  • A Tradition Unlike Any Other Here At EDS
    The Fourth Grade States Fair has been a traditional EDS event since the early 1990s. Beginning in January students draw for a state and begin the process of researching important information. This project is based on the fourth grade social studies textbook. This U.S. state study is across the curri...
  • What An Incredible Famous Faces, Now and Then
    After two months of research, writing, typing, designing icons and collage posters, the third graders presented the annual program, “Famous Faces, Now and Then” to a large audience in the EDS gym. The students transformed themselves into famous personalities from over a time span of thou...
  • Don't Miss Out On The Village Garden Harvest
    The Village is harvesting their winter crops that included carrots, (lots of them) turnips, and kale.  Peas tolerate the cold very well.  They planted those in February and will be able to enjoy fresh sugar snap peas by the beginning of May.  As soon as the temperatures warm, they will plant summer ...
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