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Vision Statement

At Edison Elementary, students, staff, and the local community work together to create an enthusiastic learning environment that fosters being responsible, respectful, and safe to ensure each student learns to their potential and becomes a positive contributor to society 

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Take the plunge with our summer Moby Max Challenge
Log on to your Moby Max account and work on the various subjects
Earn time for the contest.  Winners will be announced when school begins.
With just a little over a month before school is back in session.  We have 64 students participating in the Moby Max Challenge and have 3 students who have worked over 1,000 minutes.  Awesome job Juan, Noah, and Jose.
Let's try to get over 100 students participating

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At Edison Elementary We Strive For 5

1.  We are respectful
2.  We are responsible
3.  We are safe
4.  We come to school everyday on time
5.  We learn something new every day


Edison Elementary School
7025 Madison Ave. 
Hammond, IN 46324
(219) 933 - 2464

 School Hours
9:00 - 3:15

Mrs. Simmons Principal
Mrs. Simmons


MUNSTER — “Get Your Feet Wet and have a Great Time!” at Hartsfield Village assisted living. Residents enjoyed catching fake fish, and enjoying ice cream and popsicles. The residents also got squirt guns and hats. Some even took their shoes…
For the second consecutive year Hanover schools will utilize the online registration tool, InfoSnap. Returning students will register online by logging into their Power School Parent account (http://hcps.hanover.k12.in.us/public) and using the InfoSnap Returning Student Enrollment link. It can be found…
CROWN POINT — Three Lake County Jail corrections officers have avoided termination over dereliction of duty allegations that their neglect allowed an East Chicago man to escape April 30 from the lockup.
GARY — A 25-year-old Gary man was found dead early Monday after a shooting in the city's Tolleston neighborhood, police said.
ST. JOHN — Former St. John Township Assessor Melody Kikkert was under investigation earlier this year for making offensive comments to her staff.

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