VOL 40 • NO 9
EDGE ON THE NEWS
Edgewood High School of the Sacred Heart, sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa since 1881
Principal Perceptions A Fond Farewell to Faculty
New opportunities will take Tonya Bubolz, Stacy Jacoby, Toby
By Bob Growney, Principal
Dear Parents, Kinsler, Barb Kolb, Meredith Temple and Lori Ziemann elsewhere
As I reflect on this past school year it was a very good one. As next year. Their talents will be missed, and we thank them for the
many of you know, the last few weeks were surrounded with unique gifts they have given Edgewood during their tenure. We are a better
circumstances not typical to the finish of a school year. The support place because of their contributions.
from faculty, staff, students and parents was remarkable. Many people Our September 2011 Edge on the News will have an update on the
in the Edgewood family reached out to each other in a meaningful new Edgewood faculty and staff members.
way to encourage each other during this brief time of
distress. At Edgewood High School, one of the very special Edgewood’s Summer Hours
unique things we experience in this community is the care Monday, June 6 – Friday, August 5.
and trust we feel from each other. I would like to share a Hours of Operation, including the General Office, are:
few thoughts on why I believe this happens at EHS. Monday–Thursday, 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
• As a mission driven school, deeply rooted in Catholic All offices will be closed on Fridays.
and Dominican values, we continue to focus on our The building is closed on Monday, July 4.
students’ spiritual, intellectual, physical and emotional Have a great summer everyone!
• There is still a very rich sense of history and purpose with Class of 2012 Senior Yearbook Photos
everyone who works here to continue this strong worthwhile
tradition and mission. Have your senior pictures taken before August 22, 2011
• Finally, and most importantly, we all have a shared sense of By Mark Thering and Joan Rundhaug-Witz, Yearbook Advisors
responsibility for each other and especially our students. At Edgewood High School you are free to have your pictures
Now that the year has ended, it is my hope and prayer that your taken by any capable photographer or portrait studio. It is
children have found men and women on our staff whose positive recommended that you shop around and find out what your costs
influence will be remembered and cherished for a lifetime. may be. The yearbook needs one appropriate color
Thank you for your valued partnership image emailed or delivered on a CD in a JPEG or
TIFF file format with a resolution of 300+ dpi.
A prayer to end the year… The actual size of the portrait needs
to be wallet size (2.5 x 3.5 inches).
What we should do or say, Christ, Keep your portrait suitable for
is no longer clear. the CRUSADER Yearbook. We
Not so long ago the lines were sharply drawn. require that the portrait be taken in
Now it seems as if no line is clear, Edgewood High School dress code
Rules are an invitation to do something else attire. Do not wear excessive make
and customs change as fast as the weather. up, head gear, costumes, sunglasses,
Grant me the Grace to see things facial piercing or sport/hobby attire.
as you see them, Christ, Pets are not allowed in your senior portrait but with enough student
And the strength and courage to live in your light. interest, we could feature “favorite pets” on another page! Finally,
keep your portrait in the head/shoulder/vertical format style. We are
not allowing body shots or facial glamour shots. Bottom line is that
From Plain Prayer in a Complicated World
we are publishing a yearbook that is providing the class of 2012 a
book of memories, not a glamour magazine. The yearbook’s editors,
Summer Registration Alert! advisors & the school administration have the right to accept or
We ask parents of all 2011–2012 Edgewood students to plan refuse the contents for the 2012 CRUSADER Yearbook.
on registering their children on two dates, Thursday, July 21 or Senior Portraits Due:
Tuesday, July 26 between 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Registration A-L November 7, 2011
involves completing various forms and picking up essential M-Z December 5, 2011
information. You should have received in the mail a letter and packet Deliver CD to Room 220 or email file to
of materials with more details at the end of June. Please take the time email@example.com
to look over and complete any forms that apply to your family. Have a GREAT year!
EHS Parent Community Thank You!
By Brie Russell, Fundraising Events & Volunteer Coordinator
Announcements A “thank you” goes to the 260 parents and guardians who
By Ann Merfeld, EPC President donated their time to Edgewood High School during the 2010-2011
The Edgewood Parent school year. These volunteers helped make our large mailings, Alumni
Community (EPC) Board & Friends Weekend, Edgewood in the Community, Trivia Night,
welcomes all Edgewood High pre-performance theater receptions and the 25th Annual Spring
School families to the 2011-2012 Auction a huge success! Without the help of our EHS volunteers,
School Year. The purpose of the the outcome of these events would not be the same. These volunteers
EPC is to provide volunteer support lead by example in showing Edgewood students the importance of
to the EHS faculty, staff and students volunteerism.
and to promote a sense of community During Summer Registration you will be asked to fill out the
between the parents and school. With an 2011-2012 Volunteer Form. Please take the time to consider the
annual budget of approximately $6,500, the EPC sponsors and many volunteer opportunities available. There are many different
supports a number of activities throughout the year. All parents and time commitment levels offered on this form. Because volunteering
guardians are automatically members of the EPC. at EHS helps parents and guardians become a part of the Edgewood
The EPC needs a large number of volunteers to support its community, we hope to have even more volunteers sign up for the
activities. Volunteer sign-up sheets will be collected at summer 2011-2012 school year.
registration. Members of the EPC Board will be at registration to Finally, we are revamping some of our Edgewood events. Please
answer any questions. All parents and guardians of EHS students are consider helping us take Trivia Night and the Annual Spring Auction
welcome to attend our monthly board meetings. Our first meeting is and Social to the next level. These events are big fundraisers for
Thursday, August 18, at 12:30 p.m. in the library. Edgewood and we would like to include you on the team! We are also
The EPC will host a Welcome Back Coffee on Friday, August 19 looking for Maroon & Gold Party hosts. Consider hosting a party
in the Commons, 7:30–9:00 a.m. This is a great opportunity to meet with your friends to help support the Spring Auction. Contact Brie
other EHS parents. Please R.S.V.P. to the evite you will receive. Russell at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about
Please feel free to contact any of the following 2011-2012 EPC volunteering or hosting a Maroon & Gold Party.
President: Ann Merfeld Graduation 2011
President-Elect: Jenny Stein By Anna A. McManus, Assistant Principal
Treasurer: Nancy Carney The commencement ceremony for Edgewood High School’s
Secretary: Dawn Grelle Class of 2011 was the culmination of a week of graduation festivities.
Past President: Linda Mullane A tremendous amount of energy and effort are required to plan,
Staff Advisors: Judd Schemmel and Alyssa Kotzian organize and implement all events and their success is due in large
Bulletin Board: Debbie Tahany part to all of the parent volunteers! Many accolades and thanks are
Copying: Sheila Endres due to Renee Kapinus and Janet Seaton, chairs of the Parent
Fine Arts Week: Amy McDonald Graduation Committee. With the assistance of a core group of
Grandparents’ Day: Sue Richards dedicated committee members, who planned and organized Las Vegas
Parent Outreach: Renee Kapinus and Kate Munns Night, the Great America trip, appetizer buffet, and the reception
Staff Appreciation: Jacki Netzel following graduation, the graduates had an amazing experience to end
Student Support: Uli Lake their high school career. Parents of the graduates were very generous
Volunteer Coordinator: Marie Hogan in giving both their time and monetary donations to make all the
activities outstanding. Thank you for a wonderful graduation week!
The Edgewood Parent Community invites you to attend the
“Back-to-School” Welcome Coffee!
Who: All Edgewood Parents/Guardians
WhEn: Friday, August 19, 2011 between 7:30 and 9:00 a.m.
Introductions will be at 8:00 a.m.
WhErE: Edgewood high School Commons
Why: A casual opportunity to connect with other parents,
the EhS Administration, and the EPC Board
So we can plan for your arrival, kindly rSVP to Kate Munns at: email@example.com
Spread the word, everyone welcome.
We hope you can join us!
Junior/Senior College Planning Night - For almost 300 years, Sisters representing hundreds of
congregations have built hospitals, orphanages, homeless shelters,
Part I: The Application Process schools and colleges, to name just a few of their lasting and vital
Wednesday, August 31 institutions. Pieces at the exhibit from the Sinsinawa Dominican
collection included an image of students in a science lab at St. Clara
6:30-8:00 p.m. Academy as well as a globe that Father Samuel Mazzuchelli and early
Edgewood HS Auditorium sisters used for instruction. A quote from its website captures the
Students and parents, mark your calendars and plan to join the exhibit’s essence: “Meet women who corresponded with President
staff of Student Services for this informational session on Thomas Jefferson, talked down bandits and roughnecks, lugged
maneuvering through the college application process. We’ll provide pianos into the wilderness, and provided the nation’s first health
you with important insights and overviews on researching potential insurance to Midwestern loggers. Discover sisters’ quiet courage
schools and planning campus visits, completing applications during many dramatic moments in U.S. history, including the Civil
including the Common Application process, ordering transcripts and War, the Gold Rush, the San Francisco Earthquake, the Influenza
ACT/SAT test scores, staying organized throughout the entire process Epidemic, the Civil Rights Movement, and Hurricane Katrina.”
and much more. For seniors, this is an important session to get your To read more about Women and Spirit, see the exhibit website at
application year started on the right track. For juniors, this evening is womenandspirit.org.
a good way to get a head start on your planning. “College Planning
Night Part II: The Financial Aid Process” will be held in late
Japanese Christian School Expresses
Thanks to the Edgewood Community
Wisconsin Private College Week: The earthquake on March 11, 2011, in Sendai, Japan, seriously
damaged the Miyagi Gakuin campus, and some of their students were
July 11-16, 2011 killed in the tsunami that followed the quake. In addition to the loss
During the week of July 11-16, Wisconsin's private colleges will of students, many who survived lost parents, family members, friends,
provide students and their families with special “open house” and homes. As a result, a great number of the students are struggling
opportunities. Tour any and all of the 20 private campuses, talk to to recover from tremendous personal and financial losses.
admissions representative and meet with professors from various Miyagi Gakuin has been providing a Christian education to junior
majors. You can even enter to win prizes! Complete details on this and senior high school girls since it was founded 125 years ago by
special week as well as information on Wisconsin's private colleges American Christian missionaries. Similar to the Edgewood Campus,
can be found online at http://privatecollegeweek.com and at Miyagi Gakuin offers university as well as kindergarten education.
http://privatecollegezone.org. In order to support the students in their time of greatest need,
Dr. Matsumoto, Miyagi Gakuin’s chancellor, asked for donations.
Women and Spirit: Members of the Edgewood Community raised over $3000 that will
be used for restoring the campus, including the chapel and its pipe
Catholic Sisters in America organ, and for student scholarships.
By Carol Anzelmo, Jan Okas, Jean Bondoc, & Jim Baltus Dr. Matsumoto wrote to Diane Mertens, who taught at Miyagi
We may hear the names and learn about the contributions of Gakuin Woman’s College during 1995-96 academic year, expressing
founders and trailblazers of any institution or great happening and his gratitude: “We really appreciate your prayers and financial
not realize how their lives still impact our own. The legacy of support. We will continue to comfort and encourage those affected
Catholic Sisters and their shaping of American culture, including the by the disaster. We believe that God will continue to bless Miyagi
Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa, Wisconsin, founders of Edgewood Gakuin and all of you.”
High School, is no exception. These women had to overcome many
stereotypes about the role of women in society and the determination Transportation Reimbursement
and diligence they demonstrated in their work continues to serve as By Connie Miles, Registrar
an example. Parents from the following School Districts may be eligible for a
On April 29, we had the pleasure of traveling together to the transportation reimbursement: Madison Metropolitan, Verona,
National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium in Dubuque to Middleton/Cross Plains, Monona Grove, and Oregon. After EHS
see the exhibit “Women and Spirit: Catholic Sisters in America,” sends the corresponding names to the school districts, the individual
now on tour across the country. school districts will send transportation contracts to the families.
The exhibit drew us in with a grand recounting of the experiences The school districts provide travel reimbursement to the
and impact of Catholic Sisters in America that transcended a merely parents/guardians in a dollar amount up to the maximum allowed
sentimental depiction of holy women whose lives were different than per district. Reimbursement is determined by the daily round-trip
our own. In fact, their extraordinary lives helped establish what mileage to school.
would become societal supports for the rest of us and most Parents should contact their school district's transportation office
importantly those without voice or power in a developing society. for additional information.
Catholic Sisters were courageous women who persevered during the
great struggles and challenges of a developing nation to ensure that EDGEWOODHS.ORG
compassion and justice had a place at the table. They continue to do Please be sure to check www.edgewoodhs.org for all the latest EHS
so today. news, schedules and much more for families and alumni!
ACT TEST DATES 2011-2012 2011-2012
Test Date Registration Deadline (Late Fee Required) EDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
September 10 August 12 August 13–26 CESA #2 Driver Education
October 22 September 16 September 17–30 Registration Form
December 10 November 4 November 5–18
PO Box 400, Spring Green, WI 53588
February 11 January 13 January 14–20
Call Wendy with questions: 608.588.3727
April 14 March 9 March 10–23
June 9 May 4 May 5–18
For additional information, go to www.actstudent.org. (PLEASE PRINT)
Edgewood High School’s site code: 501-155
Test Center Code: 160890 __________________________________________________
For more information on applying for extended time on the ACT, Student Full Legal Name
contact Brenda Foti, LRC Director at least eight weeks prior to the exam.
SAT TEST DATES 2012-2012
Test Dates Test __________________________________________________
October 1 SAT and Subject Tests City/State/Zip
November 5 SAT and Subject Tests
December 3 SAT and Subject Tests __________________________________________________
January 28 SAT and Subject Tests Parent Email
March 10 SAT Only __________________________________________________
May 5 SAT and Subject Tests Student Email
June 2 SAT and Subject Tests
The SAT is administered at West High School. __________________________________________________
Telephone (include area code)
For information on registration and colleges that accept the SAT,
go to www.collegeboard.com. Birth Date: ____/____/_______
For more information on applying for extended time on the PSAT, SAT,
or AP Exams, contact Laurie Mullen at least eight weeks before the exam __________________________________________________
ZAPS Hosts ACT Prep Seminars
ZAPS Learning Company will be holding the following test prep Please mark your choice of instruction method/time below:
seminars for interested students in the Edgewood High School CC: c INTERNET (On-line program is at your own pace. Separate
PSAT Prep Sept. 26 & 27 (Mon-Tues) 3:30pm-6:30pm from classes listed below. Temporary License info issued after
ACT Prep Nov. 7 & 8 (Mon-Tues) 3:30pm-6:30pm Chapter 10)
ACT Prep March 7 & 8 (Wed-Thurs) 3:30pm-6:30pm
c FALL CLASSROOM (Sept 19.–Nov 19., 2011)
ACT Prep May 7 & 8 (Mon-Tues) 6:30pm-9:00pm
Mon. & Wed., 6:30–8:30 p.m.
The cost of the seminars is $75. Register online at www.ZAPS.com.
c WINTER CLASSROOM (Jan. 9–Mar. 7, 2012)
Mon. & Wed., 6:30–8:30 p.m.
Driver’s Education with CESA #2
Driver Education age requirements: Must be 15 years old to enter c SPRING CLASSROOM (Mar. 12–May 16, 2012)
the classroom only. Must be minimum of 15-1/2 years old and pass Mon. & Wed., 6:30–8:30 PM
the Temporary License Test (which is given in class) to obtain a
Please list below any dates and reasons that you will be gone due
temporary license from the State of Wisconsin.
to vacations, camps, etc.:
Classes will be held at Edgewood High School in Room #10. All
classes need a minimum of 15 students to be run. Summer classes run __________________________________________________
every day for 3 weeks. Fall, Winter and Spring classes run
approximately 9 weeks. Please indicate below if the student has any special education
needs. We will do our best to accommodate them.
• Classroom instruction during dates and times below: $400
• Internet independent study: $425 __________________________________________________
• Cost of the course includes behind-the-wheel time, scheduled __________________________________________________
separately from listed classroom dates and times. A $20 No-Show
fee will be imposed for any missed behind-the-wheel lesson. The fee Make check or money order payable to: Edgewood High School.
will be due upon next lesson. Mail completed registration form and payment to:
CESA #2, P.O. Box 400, Spring Green, WI 53588.
Register using the accompanying form or online at
http://drivered.cesa2.org. Questions should be directed to Wendy Registrations sent without payment will not be processed.
Schultz e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and by phone at CESA #2 is unable to accept credit cards.
Hairspray Honored at Tommy Awards It’s a Family Affair for French and Spanish
By Dennis McKinley, Music Teacher Students Travelling to Europe!
Edgewood’s spring musical production, Hairspray, received an By Kathy Wall, French Teacher
“Outstanding Musical” award at the 2010-2011 Tommy Awards on Nine Spanish and French students travelled to France and Spain
June 5 at the Overture Center. This is the second year in a row that over Spring Break from April 16–25, 2011. The students were led by
our spring musical has received top honors! The Tommy Awards are Senorita Pitz and Madame Wall. One of the neat aspects of the trip
officially named “The Tom Wopat Awards for Excellence in High was the family connections. Sisters Lexi and Melanie Chanos travelled
School Musical Theater” in honor of Wisconsin native Tom Wopat, a together, as did Katie Wall and her mother, Mrs. Helen Wall. Anna
Broadway leading man and star of the television show, Dukes of Wall accompanied her co-leader mother and yet another family
Hazard. Thirty high schools and one community theater participated grouping was Mrs. Deb Ross, Commons moderator, her son Sam and
in the Tommy Awards. her daughter, Meghan. Rounding out the group were Sean Bellissimo,
Edgewood also received the following awards (multiple recipients B.J. Darien, Maddie Kothe, and Alicia Wilson.
are recognized in each category): The trip began in Paris, the City of Light! We were able to see
Outstanding Director – Katrina Williams Brunner most of the numerous monuments and tourist sites, such as the Arc
Outstanding Dancer – Bruin Armwald de Triomphe and the Louvre museum, where we saw DaVinci’s
Outstanding Lead Performer – Carly Densmore Mona Lisa. Highlights included watching break dancers in
Outstanding Lead Performer – Juliana Wolnak the Place de Trocadero and a nighttime ascent of the
Outstanding Supporting Performer – Kate Goodwin Eiffel Tower. In the area surrounding Paris, the group
Outstanding Student Critic – Bat-Zion Hose was able to visit the Palace of Versailles and the
Honorable Mention Lead Performer – Luke Landgraf cathedral at Chartres. Next stop was the Loire Valley
Honorable Mention Lead Performer – Patrick Roy and the beautiful chateaux of Chenonceau and
Honorable Mention Supporting Performer – Sheridan Hearn Amboise. We also had French cooking lessons with a
Honorable Mention Supporting Performer – Natalie Sorden wonderful group of four French chefs. The students
Honorable Mention Supporting Performer – Dylan Todd did all the work and the results were magnifique!
Congratulations to all those who participated in making The group then left lovely France for San Sebastian on the
Hairspray an outstanding and memorable production! Atlantic Coast of Spain. Without any hesitation, the students donned
their swimsuits and splashed right in the cold ocean waters. This
For the First Time Ever, coastal city is a haven for Europe’s upper class in the hot summer
an EHS Student Wins a MAMA! months, though it was quiet during our visit. One highlight here was
The Madison Area Music Awards (commonly known as the MAMAs) the exciting soccer game between Spain’s rival Barcelona and Real
inaugurated a new category this year recognizing a Youth Vocal Madrid teams.
Soloist Performer. Edgewood student Sheridan Hearn was the first The next day we left for Madrid. We spent three days in this
recipient of this award, presented on Saturday, June 4. Selection was fantastic city, taking short day trips to some of the surrounding sites.
based on Sheridan’s Exemplary Soloist Recognition at the WSMA In the city itself we visited both the Prado and Reina Sofia museums.
State Solo/Ensemble Festival back on April 30, as well as submission Picasso’s Guernica was incredible to view in person! We also went to
of her portfolio of music participation and accomplishments. Her the Valley of the Fallen, El Escorial and Segovia. Each of these side
solo at the Festival was You Can’t Get a Man with a Gun in the tours was better than the last. Back in Madrid we had a second round
Musical Theater category. This is the second year in a row that of cooking lessons, this time in español! Fantastico!
Sheridan has been recognized as an Exemplary Soloist at the State Easter Sunday was a travel day for us: 11 hours of air travel
Solo/Ensemble Festival. Congratulations, Sheridan! followed by a three-hour bus ride from O’Hare to Madison. Everyone
arrived safe, sound and eager to share memories from a great trip.
Announcing the Fall Play... Gr8 Calculations!
By Katrina Brunner, Director, and Carmen Pitz, Drama Assistant
This fall, the Edgewood High School drama By Cathi Shaughnessy – Math Team Advisor
department will present Our Town by Thornton The 2010-2011 Edgewood Math Team finished the Madison
Wilder. Performances will be November 17-20, Metropolitan School District meet season in fine fashion. Four
2011. Auditions are August 29 & 30, with mathletes earned post-season honors. After the meets at four city high
callbacks on September 1. All schools, senior Neil Sekhon earned All-League Varsity honors. At the
students are welcome Junior Varsity level, freshmen Megan Schomaker, David-Michael
to audition. Please DeGuire, and Ryan Lee made the All-League team. This is the best
prepare a one- Crusader representation ever!
minute reading. In February, several math students endured the 2011 American
It can be a Mathematics Competitions tests. These rigorous, 90 minute exams
poem, are administered after school to those students willing to challenge
monologue or story excerpt. Try to find a piece that shows themselves mathematically. The highest AMC 10 scorer was
a clear character in voice and mannerisms. A list of characters freshman Claire Parker, while junior Steffen Lake earned highest
for the show is provided on the EHS website. For help, see the AMC 12 honors.
“10 Audition Tips”on the EHS website or email Ms. Brunner at Thanks to all the talented mathletes for a terrific year of
email@example.com. We hope to see you there! calculating! Enjoy your summer and don’t 4get your math!!
Congratulations go to Edgewood High School students earning academic honors
2010–2011 SECOND SEMESTER HIGH HONOR ROLL
GRADE POINT AVERAGE OF 3.75 OR HIGHER
SENIORS Alexis Cuozzo Robert Hyne Molly Maher Dana Shinners
Ashley Argall Mary Catherine Decker Audrey Jacobsen Katelyn McCosky Casey Shiring
Bruin Armwald Hannah Elfman Kayla Keegan Claire McLaughlin Natalie Sorden
Danielle Basche Leigh Finger Sydney Kirsh Hans Meixelsperger Jennifer Sotis
Maren Beckman Kathleen Goodwin Clayton Kruger Conor Murphy Bethany Spevacek
Christopher Beglinger Laura Gorman Catherine Kuecker Riley Murphy Matthew Stoiber
Sarah Bellissimo Lorraine Guerin Paige Kuypers Sean Murphy Megan Tancill
Raquel Burish Brian Hefty Rachel Landgraf Melissa Mutch Hannah Tweed
Michael Byrne JeongAh Heo Eric Lang Luke Neumann Conor Virnoche
Camilo Campo Ruby Herrera Katherine Langston Claire Reichenbacher Bayley Waters
Caroline Christianson Kathleen Hetzel Corrie Lee Jessica Rentmeester Jonathan Wild
Rebecca Cray Mark Holaday Marie Luebke Ashley Ring Molly Winding
Alexandra Cross Bat-Zion Hose Eric Madsen Patrick Roy
JUNIORS Clare Everts Michele Lee Zachary Munns Barry Shepherd
Meagan Abbott Nicholas Fahrney Jack Lorge Thomas Murphy Sun Ah Shin
Adam Argall Connor Ford Anna Lynn Audrey Netzel Pete Sinhaseni
Karen Bauer Breeze Fromm-Sarto Khuaten Maaneb de Macedo Quinn O’Mahar Brittany Smith
Carl Beglinger Elizabeth Grams Andrew Mack Matthew Peterson Katherine Stein
Natasha Bogovich Heather Grelle Palmer Mathews Tyler Piddington Rachael Wabers
Spencer Brink Rewais Hanna Caitlin McHugh Julia Pinckney Christine Wacek
Courtney Burke Sheridan Hearn Erin McKenna Meredith Pointer Anna Wall
Patrick Carney Michaela Johnke Katherine McMahon Jacob Power Alexandra Wenman
Audrey Carr Jennifer Kapinus Molly Meriggioli MacKenzy Price Benjamin Winding
George Carr Lisa Kaudasch Alexandra Miller Kelsey Rayment Alexander Wolff
Thomas Dare Michael Kuna Paul Miller Lauren Ruchti Megan Wright
Carly Densmore Matthew LaFond Elizabeth Molina Matthew Schemmel Bennett Young
Elizabeth Dorn Steffen Lake David Mott Caitlyn Schumaker Caroline Zellmer
Renna Durham Meghan Lancaster Mi Jo Mucklow Kristen Semrow
SOPHOMORES Maura Drabik Emma Johnson Cassidy McDonald Francisco San Emeterio
Claire Afable Ashley Everett Lauren Keller Lindsay McIvor Nicholas Sanders
Kathryn Anderson Emma Fahrney Amanda Kelm Michael McKernan Elizabeth Schieldt
Jennifer Bird Euan Findlater Seo Kyung Ko Natalie Meicher Margaret Seibert
Emily Bongard Brighton Fromm-Sarto Madeline Kothe Hannah Mello John Tancill
Steven Brist Sheila Ghanian Ukhyun Kwun John Merfeld Max Thongnuam
Lauren Carufel-Wert John Goodwin Austin Lacey Matthew Molina Anne-Sophie Tomé
Alexa Chanos Alison Guse Katie-Mae Lamb Cruz Morales Marieke Van Rybroek
Claire Checovich Paige Haefer Mia Lenling Jackson Moran Kathleen Wall
Mikayla Chryst Zachary Harrington Monica Luebke Sara Murphy John Wendorf
Kristen Cobb Michelle Heckman Ashley Manuel Jessie O’Brien Alicia Wilson
Lily Comp Anna Heffernan Carolin Marschke Thomas Richards Sang In Woo
Patrick Corcoran Sarah Hose Niall Martin Matthew Ripple Ashley Zimdars
Charles Davis Andrew Ibach Regan McCoshen Kayla Sampson
FRESHMEN Mackenzie Engel Sarah Kuypers Claire Parker Kyle Treige
Blaine Barker Samantha Foti Chae Eun Lee John Phelan Kelli Wahlin
Joshua Bogovich Molly Fox Eunchang Lee William Ploch Natalie Walsh
Evan Bondoc Nathaniel Graham Jung Woo Lee Alexander Politowicz Danielle Weaver
Jack Buettner Thomas Hellenbrand Courtney Link Mackenzie Rehm Alexander Wendler
Grace Bushong Luis Herrera Martha Longley Logan Renfert Benjamin Winesett
Natalie Cowgill Rachel Hildebrand Rebecca Lucarelli Trevor Roessler Sarah Wolff
Ryan Cray Ellen Hoffman Aaron Mack Lyndsay Schmitt Claire Young
Alexa Cuta Aaron Imholte Samuel Madsen Megan Schomaker Mark Zanoya
McKenna De Chant Anna Jacobsen Catherine Maher Mari Schroeder Katherine Zellmer
David-Michael DeGuire Maura Johnson Jack McLaughlin Madeline Schwartz Joel Zimbrick
Colten DeMorett Victoria Kennedy John McMahon Hyunah Sim
Stephen Dorn Wooyoun Kim Kaitlyn McNally Ryan Simon
Jacob Dragoo Tristan Kuna Lauren Netzel Jenna Tipple
2010–2011 SECOND SEMESTER HONOR ROLL
GRADE POINT AVERAGE OF 3.5–3.74
SENIORS Gloria Hacker Brock Pavlik Catherine Snider
Allison Acker Johnathan Kapinus Benjamin Pickett Sarah Snyder
Melanie Chanos Luke Landgraf Sam Rothrock Michael Street
Kevin Clancy Claire Lawrence Tyler Salzwedel Stefanie Tschoeke
Stephanie Derr Jonathan Locast Melinda Shafranski Eric Wendorf
Olivia Dittmann Celeste Lourigan Emily Sharata Alexander Witz
Emily Flach Kody Parman Emma Sheahan
JUNIORS Elizabeth Cody Madeline Meier Nicholas Utter
Jaruwitt Akarasiriwong John Docter Nicholas Mullane Bridget Walker
Jason Arnold Katherine Gehrmann Tania Pincheira-Berthelon Juliana Wolnak
Patrick Barney Allison Grode Devon Richards Matthew Wolter
Scott Bauer Thomas Johnke Samuel Richards
Anthony Burrows Steven Larsen Cole Thongnuam
SOPHOMORES Sally Fox Morgan Molitor Peter Schuetz
Brendan Anderson Alexa Greytak Julia Opel Mary Kate Van Wagner
Navdeep Bamrah Elizabeth Hefty Elizabeth Paradise Matthew Virnoche
Ella Beckman Sarah Hose Elizabeth Ploch Nicholas Wiese
Joah Carlson Bernard Johnson Marcella Prince Alicia Wilson
Marigrace Carney Marina Kinney Graham Provencher Samuel Wolfe
Colleen Crooks Timothy Landgraf Alyce Reichenbacher
Connor Curliss Cassandra Lipowski Anthony Schaefer
Benjamin Darien, Jr. Patrick McKenna Samuel Schemmel
FRESHMEN Ashley Derr Brennan Lauer Haley Schwenn
Alan Anderson Robert Dunn Daniel Lee Morgan Seaton
Nicholas Braddock Max Edmonds Liam McDonald Peter Stein
Danielle Burrows Colin Fitzpatrick Shelby Mueller Payton teDuits
Dillon Byrne Emily Garson Hannah O'Dea Dylan Todd
Colin Callahan Kianna Hanson Patrick O'Meara Deirdre Turner
Kevin Daniels Anh Nguyen Hoang Samuel Pickett Patrick Wilson
John Decker Margaret Korb Juan San Emeterio
Preparing for 2011-2012 School Year PARKING LOT PASSES:
By Shannon McDonough, Assistant Principal Parking lot passes will be given out on a very limited basis.
As we get ready for the upcoming school year, I would like to Students are asked to come to school prepared with lunches; books,
provide EHS families information to frequently asked questions athletic gear, and all other belongings needed for the school day.
pertaining to the start of school and general rules that apply to all
EHS students throughout the school year. DRESS CODE:
What can my child wear to school?
PARKING: Please refer to the Student Handbook for a complete explanation
When will parking stickers be given out to seniors? of the EHS dress code. We expect our students to dress in a manner
Seniors in good disciplinary standing have already been offered a appropriate for a Catholic school. Boys must wear belts to hold up
parking permit for the 2011-12 school year. Parking stickers must be loose-fitting baggy pants. For girls, any top that is too tight, displays
picked up on first day of school in the Student Services Office. The cleavage or allows for the stomach and/or back to be seen is
Commons lot is the lot designated for students with permits. Seniors inappropriate at school. Any bottoms for males or females must come
are the only students allowed to park in the high school lot until to the knee or below. Athletic or knit pants are not allowed. Please
juniors are given parking stickers. No other students are allowed to make note of guidelines in the Student Handbook regarding Dress-up
use the lot at any time during school hours. Days (the first which will be on August 19, 2011). Boys must wear a
dress shirt, tie, dress pants and dress shoes. Girls must wear dress
When will juniors be offered a chance to obtain a parking permit? slacks or skirt (at or below the knee), dress top and shoes. Any
Due to larger class sizes as well as increased number of faculty and student not adhering to the dress code on any day will need to have
staff in need of on campus parking there will be a very limited a parent/guardian bring a change of clothes to wear before being
number of parking spots offered to juniors. In early August, allowed to return to classes for the day. Our parents have been
information regarding a parking lottery will be sent in the mail to wonderful in supporting this rule and we appreciate all your help at
juniors. The parking lottery will be held after we complete two cycles home. A helpful suggestion that has worked for many of our students
of the school year. It is our goal to maximize parking availability is to store a change of dress clothing and in his/her locker. This way
without over-crowding the lot. Thank you for your patience and if a student forgets a Liturgy Day or special event, he/she can correct
know that thorough communication will take place with families the mistake without involving parents/guardians.
regarding this upcoming process.
CELL PHONES/ELECTRONIC DEVICES
CLOSED CAMPUS: Cell phones, iPods or any other electronic devices are not allowed
What does closed campus mean? during the school day. Students are allowed to access phone
EHS is a “closed campus.” No student may leave the building at messages/texts as well as make calls during open mods and lunch mods
any time without permission from a parent/guardian. This includes in the designated area, outside the Commons doors, only.
going out to the student parking lot. Should your child become ill
during the school day, he/she must report to the General Office IMPORTANT DATES EARLY IN THE SCHOOL YEAR:
before leaving so we can contact parents/guardians. Any time your August 17 FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
child arrives late to school or needs to leave early, he/she must check Freshmen Orientation – Freshmen meet
in and out in the Student Services Office. There needs to be a note or in the Commons at 7:50 a.m.
call from parents/guardian accompanying any such request. Emails Sophomore, Junior, & Senior –
will not be accepted. Your child’s safety is of the utmost concern to all Staggered late start
of us. Please help us reiterate the importance of this to your child.
August 24 New Student Induction
LATE ARRIVAL/EARLY DISMISSAL: 6:30 p.m. in the Wilke Gym
What is Late Arrival and Early Dismissal? (parents/guardians should attend event
Sophomores, juniors and seniors in good standing, who have Mod with child)
1 and/or consecutive mods at the end of the school day unassigned to August 31 Senior College Planning Night
a class, who receive written parental/guardian permission may request (junior and senior parents
late arrival and/or early dismissal privileges. and students invited)
Students who are eligible for late arrival and/or early dismissal September 14 Back-to-School Night
privileges must complete a Late Arrival/Early Dismissal Parental An opportunity to meet your
Permission Form which will be distributed to students in the child’s teachers
Commons after the first cycle of school is completed. A more complete calendar of special dates for the year may be found
Late arrival/early dismissal privileges will not be effective until on page 15.
it is printed on student schedules. If a student comes to school late
or leaves school early without their schedule indicating late I hope that this information helps you when planning for the
arrival/early dismissal, they will be considered off campus which has upcoming school year. The energy is consistently building for a fun
a consequence of a one day in-school suspension. It is important to and exciting 2011-2012. We are looking forward to a great year!
discuss this with your child. Thank you in advance for your patience
as this privilege will not be in place until school the first few cycles
are completed and scheduling snafus are worked through.
“To Read, Or Not To Read,” American Literature
Students are required to read one book from the
Students will select one of the following works.
Is NOT The Question following list. Assessment will be any or all of the Evaluation will be an essay in which students
following: discussion in small groups, objective connect the work to literary themes discussed in
To provide students with many
test, analytical essay, and/or a project that includes the course.
opportunities to read a wide range of a writing assignment. Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt (Frank
literature that is rich in quality and
The Road by Cormac McCarthy (This McCourt, born in Depression-era Brooklyn and
representative of various historical periods postapocalyptic novel tells of a father and son’s raised in the slums of Limmerick, Ireland,
and cultures, the English Department great love which sustains them as they journey chronicles his survival and triumph.)
requires ALL students in ALL courses to read through burned America.) Tortilla Curtain by T. Corahessan Boyle (This
both classical and contemporary works Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier (This book contemporary novel asks the reader to think, to
during the summer months. Students will be focuses on a Civil War soldier’s odyssey to return evaluate and to reevaluate thinking about middle
evaluated on their summer reading at the home to North Carolina.) class values, illegal immigration, poverty and
beginning of the fall semester if the course environmental destruction.)
meets for the entire year or for the fall British Literature
Students will select one of the following works. AP English
semester, and in January if the course is a
Evaluation will be discussion in small groups and Students in AP English are required to read Jane
second semester course. Evaluation will be in
a project that includes a writing assignment. Eyre, 1984, The Kite Runner, and one Japanese
the form of essays, discussions, projects novel from the list below. For the Japanese work,
and/or objective exams. Following is a list of The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkein (Bilbo Baggins, a
respectable, well-to-do hobbit, lives comfortably students will participate in reading groups and
required books for each English course and write an essay.
in his hobbit hole until the day the wandering
the type of assessment. (Students will be able wizard Gandalf chooses him to take part in an Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte (paper analyzing
to pick up their summer reading books from adventure from which he may never return.) literary elements of the work)
the EHS Business Office in late May.) 1984 by George Orwell (paper analyzing literary
Lord of the Flies by William Golding (This is a
classic tale of a group of British school boys who elements of the work)
2011 EDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL are stranded on an unpopulated island. They must The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini (group
SUMMER READING LIST confront not only the defects of their society but project that includes writing activities)
English I also the defects of their own natures.) Japanese novels - select one
Incoming freshmen are required to read one book 1984 by George Orwell (In this novel, Orwell Black Rain by Masuji Ibuse (This novel is
from the following list. Assessment will be a portrays life under a totalitarian government. based on the experiences of Hiroshima survivors.
discussion in small reading groups and either Students will learn the true meaning of “Big Written in diary form, it tells the story of
a book review or a paper on setting, character, Brother is Watching!”) Mr. Shigematsu who is searching for a suitable
and theme. husband for his beloved niece; she was
American Literature - Honors contaminated by radiation from the “black rain.”
Secret Life of Bees by Susan Monk Kidd (This is
The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan (paper on themes Through the diary entries, the reader experiences
the story of a young girl’s journey toward healing,
and relationships and possible group project) not only the terror of the bombing but also how
and of finding, at its end, not only wholeness, but
The Color Purple by Alice Walker (comparison- people cope and adjust under extreme
the intrinsic sacredness of living in the world.)
contrast essay with The Scarlet Letter) conditions.)
Night by Elie Wiesel (This book, considered a The Doctor’s Wife by Sawako Ariyoshi (Based on
Fences by August Wilson (discussion and scene
classic of Holocaust literature, is Wiesel’s candid, the lives of an actual doctor and his family who
performances with Death of a Salesman)
horrific, and deeply saddening autobiographical lived during the late Tokugawa era, this novel
account of surviving the Holocaust while a young Ah, Wilderness! by Eugene O’Neill (discussion
explores the roles of women within traditional
teenager.) and scene performances with Long Day’s Journey
family structure, especially the conflict between
mother-in-law and daughter-in-law.)
British Literature - Honors Kitchen and Moonlight Shadow by Banana
Sophomores are required to read one book from
Assessment will be essays and objective tests. Yoshimoto (Told in a whimsical style, Kitchen and
the following list. Assessment will be discussions
Great Expectations by Charles Dickens its companion story, Moonlight Shadow, are tales
in small reading groups and a project that
of young adults coping with death, loneliness and
includes a writing assignment. Mister Pip by Lloyd Jones (This fable-like novel,
The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver (This set on a tropical island shattered by war, celebrates
the resilience of the human spirit. As artillery The Samurai by Endo Shusaku (Endo bases his
funny, inspiring book traces the journey of a
resounds from the mountains, children on the novel on an actual 16th-century voyage of
young woman across the country where she
island are captivated by a young London orphan Hasekura and three other low ranking samurai
discovers the difficulties of single parents
named Pip. While reading Great Expectations to who are sent on a trade mission first to Mexico
and of people who are impoverished, abused,
his class, Mr. Watts tells the students, “A person and then to Spain and Rome. They are
disenfranchised, and disabled. From her journey,
entranced by a book simply forgets to breathe.”) accompanied by Father Velasco, an ambitious
the heroine learns the importance of family,
Franciscan missionary and interpreter. In his
community and self-reliance.) Advanced and Creative Writing work, Endo masterfully evokes the struggle
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Friday Night Lights by H. G. Bissinger (This between the Western individual and the Japanese
Indian by by Sherman Alexie (Mr. Alexie uses work documents a Texas town’s worshipful collective identity and explores themes of honor,
wit and humor to write a bittersweet, intense support of its high school football team and faith and human endurance.)
coming-of-age story. Budding cartoonist Junior follows that team through its season.) Modern Drama
leaves his troubled school on the Spokane Indian
American Multicultural Literature Biloxi Blues by Neil Simon (scene performance)
Reservation to attend an all-white farm town
A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest J. Gaines (essay Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams
school where the only other Native American is
test) (essay comparisons with another Williams play)
the school mascot.)
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EDGE ON THE RUN
Edgewood Crusaders Athletics News
By Chris Zwettler, Athletic Director
For sports schedule updates, visit www.edgewoodhs.org
2011 Senior Athletic Awards Fall Sports - First Day of Practice
Football August 3
James D. Farley Scholarship Bruin Armwald & Hannah Elfman
Girls’ Golf August 8
Raymond Patrick Sweeney Award Gary King
Boys’ Soccer August 8
Girls’ Tennis August 9
Berigan Memorial Award for Football Camilo Campo
Girls’ Swim/Dive August 9
Flad Memorial Award Christopher Beglinger
Boys’ & Girls’ Cross Country August 15
Earl J. Wilke Leadership Award Kathleen Hetzel
Girls’ Volleyball August 15
Sanna Memorial Award for Track Eileen Gehring
Earl J. Wilke Golf Outing
The 20th Annual EJ Wilke Golf Outing benefiting the Edgewood
Jim McCormick Memorial Award for Baseball Kody Parman
Athletic Program drew 136 golfers and raised over $40,000. Thank
Jim McCormick Memorial Award for Softball Megan Tancill
you to all who supported this important event!
Hoffman Memorial Award Mackenzie Reese
Tom McCormick Memorial Award for Golf
Upcoming Athletic Fundraisers
Claire Reichenbacher Save the Date for an Evening of Fun!
Wisconsin Football Foundation Award Camilo Campo The Edgewood Athletic Association Raffle is Saturday, August 20.
WIAA Scholar Athlete Nominees Chris Beglinger This great end-of-summer event buys you dinner, fun and a chance
Hannah Elfman to win $10,000. Buy your ticket from any Edgewood Athletic
Spring Special Award Winners: Association board member or call Chris Zwettler at 257.1023 x144.
Boys’ Track Johnathan Kapinus Tickets are $100 each. (Raffle ticket not necessary to attend).
Girls’ Track Eileen Gehring NFL Football Craze Raffle
Girls’ Soccer Hannah Elfman Back by popular demand (assuming there is an NFL season!!!)!
Softball Heather Grelle This fundraiser actually runs throughout the entire football season –
Baseball Tony Everard 17 weeks of fun and a chance for you to win some cash all while
Boys’ Golf Steffen Lake supporting EHS athletics! Weekly prizes total $1,010. Each family of
Boys’ Tennis TBA a student=athlete is asked to sell 6 tickets at $20 each. The tickets will
be mailed to you this summer and the total, $120, will be charged to
Physicals– IMPORTANT! your student’s account. You may sell the tickets to family and friends
Make sure your student-athlete has the proper physical card or keep them all for yourself and increase your chances of winning
submitted to the Athletic Department before the first day of practice. with high score and low score totals, plus other stats from each week’s
Contact Chris Zwettler at 257.1023 x144 if you have any questions. NFL game results.
If you have any questions regarding either of these Crusader
fundraisers, please contact Chris Zwettler at 257.1023 x144.
Get ready for the new school year
and stock up on all your spirit-wear!
Edgewood clothing, Eddie items, Not sure what to get?
An Eddie’s gift card is
and other merchandise. always the right fit.
Visit us at the back of the Commons.
We’ll also be at some home
Mon 2:30-4 • Wed & Fri 11-1
volleyball, football and soccer games!
All sales benefit Edgewood Athletics
Spring Sports Update SOFTBALL
The Softball Team finished the year with an overall record of 14-8
BASEBALL and a conference record of 7-5, which gave them 3rd Place in
The Baseball Team finished 1st Place in Conference this year and Conference and the first winning season since joining the Badger
were Regional and Sectional Champs, advancing to State! The team Conference. The team won the Regional for only the second time in
was defeated by Spooner, who advanced to the State final game where history, advancing to the Sectional Semi-final. All-Conference: 1st
they lost to Ripon. All-Conference: 1st Team – Michael Pleimling, Team – Megan Tancill and Rachael Wabers; 2nd Team – Heather
Paul Mutch and Jack Reiland; 2nd Team – Kody Parman, Chris Grelle and Maggie Seibert; Honorable Mention – Cassie Lipowski.
Anderson, Kevin Cobb and Ben Young; Honorable Mention – Jack Congratulations go to Coach Amanda Slater on a successful first year
Zwettler. Congratulations go to the team and Coach Newton! and to the girls on a great season!
BOYS’ GOLF BOYS’ TENNIS
The Boys Golf Team had another sensational year, taking 1st The Boys’ Tennis Team finished 1st in the Badger Conference for
Place in the Badger Conference for the sixth straight year and, the fifth straight year and went on to qualify for Team-State for the
coming from behind after the first day’s play, placing 2nd at the eighth year in a row by winning the WIAA Sectional Tournament.
WIAA State Meet! All-City: 1st Team – Kevin Curliss, Steffen Lake Individual State qualifiers: Singles – Austin Papenthien (6th), Patrick
and Johnny Decker; 2nd Team – Gage Mauer and Tom Murphy. All- Carney and Zach Munns; Doubles – Tyler Piddington/Ben Winding
Conference: Curliss, Lake, Maurer and Decker. Academic All-State: (3rd) and Scott Bauer/Bruin Armwald. At Team-State, the boys lost
Lake and Murphy. Congratulations go to Coach Ring and the team to eventual state champions University School. Congratulations go to
on another successful year! Coach Chullino and the team on another awesome year!
GIRLS’ SOCCER TRACK
The Girls’ Soccer Team ended with a conference record of 6-0-0, The Girls’ Track Team finished in 4th place in Conference. The
placing 1st in the Badger South Conference and took the State team had many accomplishments including Eileen Gehring breaking
Championship! The team had one of the toughest schedules in the the city record in the 400-meter dash. They took 1st at Regionals and
state, playing many of the top Division 1 teams, which prepared them 3rd at Sectionals. At State, the girls placed 4th, only 2 points away
for another trip to State. All-Conference: 1st Team – Hannah Elfman, from the championship. State qualifiers: Gehring, Kelli McKenna,
JoJo Chryst, Devon Richards and Molly Meriggioli; 2nd Team – Erin McKenna, Courtney Link and Hannah Tweed. The Boys’ Track
Mackenzie Reese, Stefanie Tschoeke and Lorraine Guerin; Honorable Team placed 6th in Conference with Joe McKenna qualifying for
Mention – Erin Mulvoy. Congratulations go to the girls and Coach State in the 1600 and 3200, placing 9th and 2nd respectively.
Martinelli for a tremendous season! Congratulations go to both the girls and boys as well as Coach
Would you like your son or daughter to be able to charge
their Eddie’s Outfitters purchases to their EHS account?
If so, simply complete this form and return it to Eddie’s Outfitters.
NOTE: Students will not be able to charge to their account the day they return the form as it needs to be processed through
the business office. However, the next time they come in, they will be all set.
Student Name(s): ______________________________________________
My son/daughter has my permission to charge Eddie’s Outfitters purchases to our family’s Edgewood High
School account for the 2011-2012 school year.
Maximum amount per purchase: $ ________________ Maximum amount per school year: $ ________________
Student ID(s): ________________________________________________ Account #: ___________________
Parent/Guardian Signature: ____________________________________ Date: ___________________
We Appreciate Your Generosity This Past Year!
Thanks go to all the parents/guardians who have partnered with EHS through the Four-Front or Parent Pledge Program
or other Annual Fund gift. Listed below are the families who participated during the 2010-2011 fiscal year (as of June 15).
Jan R. & Sara L. Acker Alan S. & Jane D. Findlater Patrick J. & Kelly M. Link Michael E. & Stacey A. Sanders
Mark V. & Margaret A. Afable Mark A. & Linda K. Finger Mark S. Lipowski Amy K. Schiebel
Lizzeth W. Altamirano & Judith C. Shaffer Earl B. Fischer & Ronald P. & Mary M. Locast Kathryn A. (Wahlin ’83) &
LTC Peter K., Jr. & Jackie Anderson Dorothy A. Crawford-Fischer Christopher M. & Sheila D. Luken Andrew K. Schieldt
Jeffery C. & Elaine R. Anderson Dianne M. Fisher Dennis P. & Valerie A. Mack Jeffrey M. & Anita T. Schmidt
Scott M. & Laura M. Anderson Michael F. Fitzpatrick Karl C. & Cheri B. Madsen William A., PhD & Julie A. Schmitt
Peter J. & Kari S. Annen Sarah L. Flanagan David J. & Kathleen M. Mahoney Dorothy W. Schoenberg
Todd G. & Mary A. Argall Michael P., MD & Deborah L. Ford Jonathan E., PhD & Minh D. Martin Joseph A. & Jennifer M. Schomaker
Andris A. & Jennifer K. Arians William E. & Margaret M. Fox Thomas J. & Audrey M. Martorana Brian A. & Sally G. Schroeder
David C. ’78 & Lisa M. Fromm-Sarto, PhD & Kathleen A. McAleese John G., MD & Megan E. Schuetz
Mary Beth Sweeney ’78 Arnold Gloria E. Sarto, MD, PhD Steven A. & Katharine S. McCosky Paul L. & Jean M. Schwartz
Thomas R. & Michele R. Baer Mark A. Gehring William P. & Amy F. McDonald William D. & Lynn M. Schweiger
James J. & Susan A. Bakke Michael D. Graham, PhD & Alexander T. McDonell ’68 & Troy A. & Melinda R. Schwenn
Neal P., MD & Christine M. Barney Mary Ellen Kraus, PhD Kim D. Gaffney Larry W. & Christine S. Seibert, MD
Lori K. Basche Michael J. & Dawn C. Grelle Timothy R., MD & Maria A. McHugh Jay R. & Catherine M. Sekelsky
Janet L. Bauer Michael J. Grode, DDS Timothy J. & Ann M. McIvor Preetmohinder S. & Parminder K. Sekhon
David P. ’79 & Jane E. Bauer Terry W. Grosenheider & Ave M. Bie Patrick A. & Pamela A. McKenna Christopher J. & Marie A. Semrow
David J. & Theresa A. Beck-Engel Paul C. Guerin & Jean A. Mescher M. Scott & Wendie L. McKernan Harry H., MD & Mary A. Sharata
Eric J. Beckman & Shawn D. Guse & Laura A. Dunek Jonathan G., MD & David C. & Julie T. Sharp
Peggy S. Breuer Beckman Dennis J. & Mary P. Haefer Elizabeth B. McLaughlin Nancy E. Sheahan & David R. Mittlesteadt
Paul L. & Tamara L. Berns David C. & Mary K. Hall Joseph P., MD & Susan R. McMahon, MD Steven K. & Barbara A. Shepherd
Ian M., PhD & Cynthia E. Bird Robert J. Halpop Eugene & Janice McNally James P. Slavens
Jean M. & Norman A. Bondoc Awad S., PhD & Paulette B. Hanna William J. Megan & Alyce Amirian Shawn B.D. & Christine D. Smith
Christopher J. & Michele W. Brand Timothy K. & Diane C. Hanson John A. ’79 & Lori A. Meicher Luis C. Solorzano & S. Anabel Rodriguez
Patricia F. Brennan, PhD H. Edward & Kristine Heckman Steven G. & Patricia S. Meixelsperger Steven D., PhD & Jill J. Sorden
Sigurd & Claudia S. Bringe Troy M. & Helen Hellenbrand Nicholas E. & Barbara J. Meriggioli Douglas S. & Caroline A. Spencer
Richard M. & Kristine A. Bucholtz Luis & Maria R. Herrera Melissa Metzler-Newton & Andrea E. Sprengelmeyer
Christopher P. & Heather R. Buettner Oscar J. & Ruby J. Herrera Douglas L. Newton Jennifer A. (Grantham ’80) &
Brigette E. Burke Dawn E. Hildebrand David C. & Sheila A. Miller David L. Stein
Robert E. & Althea C. Burrier Mark R. & Jo A. Hoffman Szuchia L. & Christopher C. Moeller Michael J. Szulczewski & Barbara N. Tesch
William C. & Martha J. Bushong Mark & Vision Hong Alfonso Morales, PhD & Wolfgang A., PhD &
Frank D., MD & Cynthia L. Byrne Thomas F. ’79 & Kristin A. Hornung Manuela Romero, PhD Marie-Jacqueline Tome
Kevin A. & Christine M. Callahan Aron M., MD & Amit Hose William J. Mott, MD & Julie C. Skinner Paul J. Treige & Manotee J. Cornett
Luis F. Campo & AnaMaria Peralta Theresa Hottenroth Bruce W. & Becky L. Mueller Rebecca J. Baehr Treige
George Cao & Jane Yin James F. & Cynthia L. Hyne Kevin P. & Linda A. Mullane Roland G. & Nancy R. Tschoeke
Jeffrey D. & Laurie M. Carlson Mark E. & Rebecca E. Ibach, PhD Kathleen M. Munns & Wendell J. Wojner Michael G. & Monica G. Turner, PhD
Shawn P. & Nancy J. Carney Timothy K. & Sandra J. Jacobson Andrew T. & Ellen M. Murphy Larry J. Tuschen &
Michael R. & Linda M. Carr James A. Jensen & Marianne Madar Bridget A. Murphy ’73 & Peter R. Healy Kristi L. Thering-Tuschen
Thomas S. & Cheryl A. Chanos Mark E. & Donna J. Johnke William A. & Marcia D. Nebel Robert B. & Jill B. Tweed
William J. & Mary M. Checovich Steven M. & Mary O. Johnson Michael A. Netzel, MD & Sheila K. (Stauffacher ’80) &
Paul J. & Robin A. Chryst Jack R. & Renee S. Kapinus Jacqueline A. Staudt-Netzel Thomas A. Utter
William A., Jr. & Kathleen J. Conn David C. ’80 & Debra J. Keller Kurt H. Neumann & Christine A. Belle Richard R. & Anne F. Van DerGeest
Patrick J. ’82 & Camilla A. Corcoran Joseph W. Kemnitz, PhD ’65 & Niraj Nijhawan, MD & Susan J. Vennard
L. Douglas, MD & Carol S. Cowgill Amanda M. Tuttle Kemnitz Tamara Schlessinger John Vennard
Nicholas K. & Deborah L. Cray Gregory D., MD, PhD & Teri K. Kennedy Kenneth J., MD & Carrie A. Noonan David L. & Jennifer M. Voge
Michael P. & Maura C. Crooks Jeongwon Kim, PhD Jeremiah G. & Claire G. O’Dea Virginia K. Vorwald
Klaus J. & Lori J. Cross Andrew T. King Thomas R., Jr. & Deborah A. Papenthien John A. Vukich, MD &
Alex R. & Karlina D. Cuozzo Edward W. ’82 & Jacqueline M. Kinney Thomas M. & Kathryn S. Parker Carolyn J. Ogland Vukich, MD
Deron M. Curliss Robert K. Kloppenburg, Jr. & Susan L. David J. Pate, PhD & Jacquelyn L. Boggess Hugh D. & Jennifer L. Wabers
David L. & Lapurisima R. Curry Gill-Kloppenburg Mark J. & Therese D. Payne Michael J. ’85 & Jennifer A. Wahlin
David D. & Cindi J. Dahler James R. & Lori L. Knishka Tam & Christine Phan Thomas A. Walker ’75 &
Jerrald M. ’79 & Shelley A. & Timothy A. Koechel John M. Phelan, MD Jill M. Dal Santo-Walker ’78
Rosemary A. Alderson ’79 Daniels Michael S. & Kate B. Kollman Daniel S. & Lisa K. Pickett Karl D., DDS & Linda M. Weaver
Ronald P., Jr., MD & Jane L. Danis Joseph M. & Jennifer M. Korb Mark A. Piddington Jeffrey R. & Cathleen C. Wendorf
Thomas A. & Kathleen M. Dare John D. & Amy J. Kothe George A. Pleimling & Daniel L. & Laura J. Wenman
Andrew D. & Rita A. Davis MaryBeth (Hornung ’81) & Donna A. Sager-Pleimling Philip W. Werner ’70 &
Pamela K. Davis Karl W. Kuecker Joseph T. & Jennifer L. Ploch Janice M. Antoniewicz-Werner
Daniel A. & Kathy A. De Chant Mark V. & Kathleen A. Kuna James G. & Patricia L. Pointer Marlys Whiteagle & Frances Wiedenhoeft
David P. DeGuire & John F. ’76 & Philip A. Politowicz Theresa M. (Gill ’80) & Timothy J. Wiese
Julie A. Poehlmann-DeGuire, PhD Mary Ellen Didier ’78 Kuypers Jeffrey S. & Tory H. Pomeroy James F. & Mary Colleen Wilson
Thomas J. ’85 & Jill B. Derr Erin E. (Kuno ’84) & Tod P. Lacey James M. & Hope J. Power W. Michael, MD & Judith A. Wilson
Anne C. (Felten ’82) & Matthew R. Dorn Peter M., MD & Ulrike B. Lake, DDS Gary G. & Michelle Pressentin Robert M. & Jennifer E. Winding
Michael W. & Amie L. Dragoo Michael J. & Michelle M. Lancaster Ronald J. & HollyBeth Prince David A., MD & Sally J. Wolff
Robert P., Sr. ’84 & Gerald J. Lang, MD & Maria T. Weber Burton A. & Colleen C. Rehm Jay E. & Elizabeth A. Wolter
Julie A. Schmelzer ’85 Dunn Scott W. & Hope A. Langston Norman R., MD & Susan M. Richards Kimberley E. (Clerkin ’83) &
James B. & Catherine J. Durham Warren C. & Anne M. Laube Thomas D. ’68 & Susan J. Ripple Rusty L. Wunderlin
Justin R. & Stephanie J. East Milton K. & Lorna J. Lawrence Catherine A. Ripple ’80 & Michael K. & Denise C. Yontz
Michael J. Edmonds & Amelia Ramirez Thomas J. Lee & Steven A. Holaday James E. & Nancy J. Zellmer
Niloo M., MD & Maureen P. Edwards Mary M. Kraft-Lee, DVM Mark G. & Peggy T. Roessler Julie A. Zellner
Amy E. (Lipke ’80) & Wayne E. Ehlert Sang Woo Lee & Yong Woo Jung Mary Lou T. Rogers Thomas J. & Marykay M. Zimbrick
Gerald W. Everard & Paul A. & Tami L. Lefurgey Gary A. & Jennifer S. Ruchti Thomas J. ’76 & Judith A. Zimmer
Paula M. Devroy-Everard Charles J. Leske & Jack C. & Sarah J. Salzwedel
John S. ’82 & Lisa M. Fahrney Brenda S. Kepler Leske, Psy.D. James A. ’78 & Julie A. Sampson
Parent Participation in Fundraising EHS 2011-2012 Calendar
Shows Impressive Increase July 21 & 26 Summer Registration
By Mary Link, Director of Institutional Advancement August 17 First Day of School
August 20 Edgewood Athletic Association Raffle Event
Thank you to all of the EHS parents and guardians who
September 5 Labor Day – No School
participated in the 2010-2011 Parent Pledge Program (for a complete
September 7 Memorial Prayer Service, 7:30 a.m.
list of donors see the facing page). Your contributions directly benefit
current students through enriched curriculum, enhanced Fine Arts September 14 Back-To-School Night
and Athletic programming and capital improvements. This year, more September 26 Faculty Professional Development Mtg.
than 42% of current parents and guardians participated; this (Students dismissed at 1:55 p.m.)
represents over a 50% increase in the participation rate over last year. September 29 Edgewood in the Community
WOW! October 3–8 Homecoming Week
Recently, I have had the opportunity to meet with a couple of October 26 Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences
parents to discuss the Parent Pledge Program and they shared with me 5:00–8:00 p.m.
how important it was for them to know that “every gift counts no October 27 Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences
matter what the size.” This simple philosophy inspired them to make 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. – No School
gifts knowing that if everyone participated we would reach our October 28 Faculty In-service – No School
participation rate and financial goals. November 3 Living the Mission Awards and
I will again be hosting a table at Registration Days on Thursday, Donor Recognition Dinner
July 21 and Tuesday, July 26 to distribute brochures summarizing November 9 All Saints/All Souls Memorial Liturgy, 7:00 p.m.
fundraising efforts occurring throughout the school year and to November 11 Trivia Night to benefit Music Department
answer questions regarding the Parent Pledge Programs and all other November 14 Faculty Professional Development Mtg.
fundraising initiatives. I look forward to seeing you there. (Students dismissed at 1:55 p.m.)
Happy Summer! November 24–25 Thanksgiving Break – No School
December 19–22 Fisrt Semester Final Exams
December 23 End of First Semester
December 26–January 3 Christmas Break
Memorials January 4 School resumes
Beginning of Second Semester
Edgewood High School received memorial gifts in honor of the January 11 Memorial Prayer Service, 7:30 a.m.
following people between April 15 and June 15, 2011. January 16 MLK Day/Faculty In-Service – No School
January 30–February 3 Catholic Schools Week
Laura G. Barden
Naomi J. Baumblatt ’79
February 8 E-Club Event for Major Athletic Benefactors
Patricia A. Noltner Bourgeois ’54 February 24 Faculty/Staff In-service – No School
Gilbert F. Buege March 5 Faculty Professional Development Mtg.
Robert J. Cuta (Students dismissed at 1:55 p.m.)
Lorraine A. Devitt March 15 Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences
Russell J. Devitt 5:00–8:00 p.m.
James E. Doyle, Jr. March 16 Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences
Michael R. Gorman 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. – No School
M. Michele Heinrichs ’73 March 25 Encore Reception for Major Arts Supporters
Robert L. Janus March 28 Memorial Prayer Service, 7:30 a.m.
James R. Kelly ’52
April 3–9 Easter Break
Edward J. Kolb
Leo C. McDermott ’76
April 10 School Resumes
Erin E. McKinley April 23 Faculty Professional Development Mtg.
Janet A. Burger Meehan ’53 (Students dismissed at 1:55 p.m.)
Adelia M. Pedracine April 27 Annual Auction & Social
Joan M. Pyre ’42 Estate May 4 Faculty In-service – No School
Viola Rengstorff May 14-15 Senior Final Exams
Armella M. Ring May 16 Honors Convocation, time TBA
Rev. Msgr. Wilfred J. Schuster ’39 Graduation Liturgy, Buffet & Program, 6:00–9:00 p.m.
Gerda Sweet May 17 Senior Class Trip
Leonard J. Wagner May 18 Graduation
Paul A. Wagner ’64
May 22-24 End of Year Final Exams
Regina A. Wagner
May 25 Final Exam Make-Up Day
End of Second Semester
Last Day of School
May 30 Memorial Prayer Service, 7:30 a.m.
June 8 Wilke Golf Outing to benefit Crusader Athletics
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