New Lunch Today/Breakfast Tomorrow Food Stops

meals delivered by busEdison is pleased to announce five additional pickup locations for our school meals starting immediately. The schedule is as follows:

  • Edison @10:30-12:30 (cafeteria doors)
  • 273 Foss St @ 10:15-10:35 
  • Emery & Gillespie @ 10:40-11:00 (on the grass parking strip next to the church)
  • 705 S Cheyenne St @ 11:00-11:20
  • Ashford Apts @ 11:25-11:45 (toward the back of the complex)
  • Sherwood Forest Mobile Homes @ 11:50-12:10 (by the main office)

Please follow safety procedures when picking up meals. Please be aware that as we see how many people take advantage of this service, as well as the time involved in passing out meals, that Food Stop times may need to be adjusted. We are able to offer this service through partnership with The Salt Lake City Foundation, Nutrition Services, and Transportation Services. We are grateful for your continued support and would love to hear your feedback.

Digital Inclusion

digital inclusionThe Salt Lake Education Foundation and Salt Lake City School district are partnering with Salt Lake City Public Library System to provide digital resources and technical support for students and families. The foundation, district, and library are committed to assisting parents and students successfully navigate virtual learning. See the attached flyer for more information.

Next Parent Meeting - Oct 26 @ 2 or 5:30

zoom meetingJoin either session to visit as parents of Edison Elementary students, learn the latest news, and ask questions or offer suggestions to make learning at Edison as successful as possible. Click HERE to connect on Zoom (passcode is 9cMMFP).

Superintendent Search Community Survey

What qualities do you want to see in our new Superintendent? Now's your chance to tell us here.

After School in the Cloud

cloudsThe district is offering a virtual after school program. Please click HERE to see details.

Eagle News - Sept. 2020 issue now available online

eagle readingCheck out this month’s school newsletter by clicking Our School (above) and selecting Newsletters. You will also find past issues there.

Sept 2020 School Community Council meeting

school buildingEdison’s first SCC meeting this year will be held on Thursday, Sept. 17, at 1:45 pm on Zoom. All are welcome. Click HERE to view the agenda and get the Zoom link.

Please contact the office if you have questions about SCC.

ELP Q&A meetings

students learningThere are upcoming parent informational meetings for the ELP program for all who are interested. The meetings will be on Zoom.

Click HERE for more information about these meetings and the Zoom link.

Click HERE for more information about Edison’s ELP program.

Click HERE for more information about the district’s ELP program.

Meeting with Teachers

kids with face masksOur Edison teachers are currently meeting with individual students and their parents to get ready for the first day of school, Sept. 8. If you do not already have an appointment with your student’s teacher, please contact the Edison office at your earliest convenience. The phone number is below, under Contact Us.

Families First Coronavirus Response Act


The federal government’s “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” includes a benefit called Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) for children who received free or reduced-price school meals in the 2019-2020 school year whose school was closed during the pandemic. Salt Lake County residents who are not enrolled in SNAP (formerly known as food stamps) have to apply separately for P-EBT to receive a credit of up to $308 per child. Enrollment started August 1 and ends August 31. Learn more at or apply at  

2020-2021 Registration

student registrationRegistration is being done online this year. Please click the blue Online Registration button to the right to get started. We encourage you to complete your online registration by August 4. 

2020-2021 After-School Program

After-School ProgramRegistration for this year’s after-school program will be done online. Please CLICK HERE for more information.

2020-2021 Battle of the Books

Battle of the BooksCalling all 4th and 5th graders!


Start reading the Battle Books now for our annual District Battle of the Books competition. View or print out a bookmark displaying all the Battle Books HERE. Ebooks of these titles are available online through your district SORA account.


There are prizes and rewards for every Battle Book you read. The more you read, the better the prize. If you read five or more by January, you can compete in the school battle.


Writing down 3-5 key points from the beginning, middle, and end of the book as you read will be your ticket to prizes. The winners of the Edison Battle of the Books will form a team and battle other elementary schools at the District Battle of the Books in March. Last year the battle was at Glendale. (Go to the Library page for more information about SORA.)

We Miss You!

we miss you!Everyone at Edison wants you to know we miss you! We each contributed a piece for a video that our wonderful principal, Ms Damm, put together. Watch the video HERE.

COVID-19 Testing at Utah State Fairpark

coronavirus testingCOVID-19 testing will be available at the Utah State Fairpark on Saturday, May 9 from 1-7pm.

The address is 155 North 1000 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84116. Appointments will be 10 minutes long and must be made in advance. You can make an appointment by calling one of the following phone numbers:

  • 801-436-7118 (English and Spanish)
  • 801-413-3248 
  • 562-448-5389 (English and Spanish)
  • 801-747-9547

Testing is for anyone, not just those with symptoms. No ID is required, and there will be no fee. 

Testing will be provided in partnership with the Utah Department of Health, Salt Lake County Health Department, Salt Lake City, University of Utah Health, the Fairpark Event Center, the Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Foundation, Driving Out Diabetes, and the Utah State Senate and Utah State House of Representatives.

Free Face Masks

kids wearing face masksThe "Mask for Every Utahn" effort is underway in the state.

This is a state of Utah initiative, in partnership with the Utah Manufacturers Association, to help Utahns who may not have a face mask and are returning to the workplace or going out in public. The mask initiative is for all Utahns, especially those who:

  • Don't already have a face mask,
  • Aren't able to make a face mask or get one from someone else, and
  • Aren't able to purchase a face mask.

The state will provide one mask to each resident who needs one, and will mail — upon request, once, and free of charge — up to six masks to each Utah residential address. 

Visit to request your mask. 

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