Edgewood Parent Community

The Edgewood Parent Community (EPC) provides volunteer support to students, staff, and other parents. It exists to encourage and foster a spirit of cooperation with staff, and to promote understanding and goodwill on behalf of EHS. Through your child’s enrollment at Edgewood, you are automatically a member of the EPC!

November Virtual EPC Workshop!
Find Your Calm In The Chaos

Tuesday Nov. 10, 7 p.m.
Chad McGehee, Director of Meditation Training, UW Athletic Dept

The pandemic, social turmoil, the’s all too much sometimes. It’s hard for us as parents to process it all, and hard for us to help our kids process it. Chad McGehee will help us focus on being grounded in our core values, grounded in the good and grounded in the present. Using meditation practices he created for professional athletes, UW Badger athletes, law enforcement, educators and students, Chad will help us focus on noticing the good and finding the calm in our chaos during turbulent times. 

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Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved with the EPC. There are volunteer opportunities that fit your schedule, whether you can help for an hour or are involved with an on-going committee. For more information on how to get involved, please contact EPC Presidents Amy Hegenbarth and Anne Rodriguez. In addition, the EPC has collected some important parent pointers and key contacts for all families.

Edgewood Parent Community Board Co-Presidents

Watch a Fall 2020 video message from our EPC Presidents Anne Rodriguez and Amy Hegenbarth

Email EPC Presidents:
Amy Hegenbarth
Anne Rodriguez

Vice Presidents:
Michelle Hackworthy
Sara Jimenez

Carrie Arneson

Stephanie Jaeckle