Edison High School cancels next two football games due to COVID-19 concerns, athletics officials say
SAN ANTONIO – The Edison High School Golden Bears have canceled their next two games due to concerns over COVID-19 and contact tracing, according to San Antonio Independent School District athletics officials. The announcement was made by SAISD Athletics on its social media account Wednesday night. The team’s games scheduled for this Friday, Nov. 20, against Memorial High School and next Friday, Nov. 27, against Brackenridge High School were canceled. The Golden Bears had gone 1-2 in their first three games and 0-2 in Zone A in District 13-5A Division I, and as a result, that knocks Edison out of playoff contention. All SAISD schools had to switch to zone play this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic after becoming the last school district to start playing on Oct. 27.
New EMT program at Edison High School offers new career opportunity to seniors
SAN ANTONIO – A new program at Edison High School is preparing the next generation of emergency workers. But they’ll also be learning how to care for patients who are maybe having a heart attack, severe respiratory distress. They may be going out on COVID patients when they graduate,” said Deborah Ramirez, magnet coordinator for Edison High School. On days where they have to practice skills, students will learn outside. “We’ll probably do the skills outdoors so that we can not worry so much about COVID transmission,” Ramirez said.
Edison High School student lifts shirt up, makes sexual advances at teacher during virtual class
SAN ANTONIO – Some Edison High School students were witnesses to a disturbing incident during a virtual art class Tuesday. And I know he was upset,” said Mariana Rodriguez, whose son, Eduardo Corpus, was in the virtual class and witnessed the incident that he says involved several students. ”They were pulling their shirts off and saying, like, really disgusting stuff to the teacher, making her feel uncomfortable,” Corpus said. In the recording, you can hear what appears to be a student saying “Why you so sexy Ms” followed by the student saying he would perform a sexual act on her. Rodriguez said she understands that it may be hard for kids to stay focused during a virtual class.
Ex-Edison HS teacher accused of targeting co-workers in pyramid scheme settles lawsuit with state
SAN ANTONIO – A former Edison High School teacher sued by the Texas Attorney General’s Office last year after several complaints accused her of organizing a pyramid scheme that targeted her co-workers has settled the case, according to Bexar County District Clerk’s Office records. DEFENDERS UPDATE: Edison HS teacher accused in pyramid scheme sued by Texas AGPeople pay, or gift, a set amount of money to enter the loom’s outside row. Sources say around 20 Edison staff members — including teachers, counselors and custodians — took part in the game. She estimated that around 20 Edison staff members — including teachers, counselors and custodians — took part in the game. It appears Silva was never sued by the state over the complaints against her.
Great Graduates: Daisy Escobedo
Daisy Escobedo seems like she can do it all. A senior at Edison High School in the San Antonio Independent School District, Daisy is building a bright future for herself and her community. And if technology is our future, Daisy wants to be a big part of it. She originally approached her robotics teacher as a curious and creative freshman. That's an engineer," Susan Ng, the robotics teacher said.