EHS Bell Schedule, 21-22 (pdf file) 8/10/2021

SY 21-22 COVID-19 Student Testing Consent Form (Click to open)

We are very excited for Thursday’s ONE STOP Job & Resource Hub which will be taking place IN-PERSON from 3:00pm – 5:00pm.

We would like to thank all those who have shared the ONE STOP flyer on social media and/or with anyone who is seeking employment and resources, and we would greatly appreciate it if you could help us continue to spread the word!

What to Expect
What: The ONE STOP Hub will take place in-person to connect job/resource seekers with approximately 40 employers and social service providers.

Who: Employers including SEPTA, Amazon, Home Care Associates, Beverage Distribution Center, Inc. and MORE will be present. Philadelphia residents seeking employment or other low-cost resources are encouraged to attend to include – returning citizens, students, recent graduates, military personnel/veterans, and victims of crime.

Where: Grand Yesha Ballroom (2304 Synder Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19145)

When: Thursday, October 14th from 3:00pm – 5:00pm

Parent Information Letter 2021


Edison Athletics 2021-22 Info Sheet<—click to open

Back to School Night 9.9.2021  <<<—-OPEN  TO REGISTER!Join Us for Back to School Night
When: Thursday, September 9, 2021, from 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Where: Zoom

Si necesita más ayuda en español, vea los siguientes videos:

Para entrar a un Chromebook, haga clic AQUI para ver el video.

Para entrar a Google Classroom, haga clic AQUI para ver el video.

Paso a paso video: v=8kWMNcnKs5g




Graduation and Promotion Requirements
Every Edison/Fareira student is expected to graduate. All students are encouraged to communicate with their counselor so that it is clear to the student what subjects are required for his/her individual program of studies. Subject selection for the next school year will occur in late winter/early spring. Major course offerings, subject information, and counseling will be offered to each student.

Students who entered grade 9 after September 1, 2005 must earn at least 23.5 credits.

4 English
3 Math (beginning with Algebra I)
3 Science
4 Social Studies
2 World Language
1.5 Health/Phys. Ed
5 Electives
2 Arts/Humanities

These students must also complete a multidisciplinary project or a project demonstrating citizenship skills through service learning(Graduation Project).

Credit Accumulation Criteria
Grade 9: 5 credits
Grade 10: 6 credits, for a total of 11.0
Grade 11: 6.5 credits, for a total of 17.5
Grade 12: 6 credits, for a total of 23.5

Have you checked your grades lately?

Grading Scale: A=90-100, B=80-89, C=70-79, D=60-69, F=59 or lower

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