ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP —
“I love AP Statistics, the class is enjoyable and challenging,” said student Zach Laugen.
The new AP American History course offers sophomores analysis of trends throughout history. Extensive reading and writing are core requirements for the class.
AP American History teacher Ryan Sardella said, “I have a great group of kids who want to be challenged and are very self-motivated. It’s a pleasure having them in class.”
Nicole DuFour will teach AP Literature and Composition next semester. This class consists of extensive writing, debates and working with current events.
As winter sports like boys’ and girls’ basketball, wrestling and indoor track roll around, all teams look to be competitive. On Dec. 7, the boys’ basketball team will travel to Quicken Loans arena to take part in the Cleveland Cavaliers Hoop Series.
In order to promote all winter sports programs, Edgewood Athletic Boosters are starting a fund-raiser called “The Warrior Big Ten” raffle. For a $25 donation, participants will receive a ticket for the raffle. During the halftime of the Edgewood girls’ varsity basketball home game on Feb. 12, five participants’ names will be drawn. These five people will then be at the Edgewood boys’ varsity basketball game on Feb. 18 and will be presented with a key to unlock the “Warrior Treasure Box.” One person will have the key that unlocks the chest containing $10,000, while the other four winners will each receive consolation prizes of $500. All participants must be 21 years of age or older to participate. Tickets can be purchased at any Edgewood home game at the concession stand, at the Edgewood Athletic office, or through any student athlete. Good luck, everyone!