Principal's Message

Welcome To Edgewater High School!

Thursday marks the one year anniversary of the Margery Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy. Hard to believe it's already been a year. What have we learned over the past year? First, kids are not widgets, blueberries or assembly-line products. They are complicated, evolved, and unique . . . which also makes them special and wonderful. After spending the first part of this week with my colleagues from across the State in Tallahassee, I'm struck by how much high school principals, teacher, counselors, coaches are still affected emotionally from what took place. This upcoming week reminds us that working in schools is far more than a job, or working on an assembly line that ends at high school graduation. We are influencers, connectors, builders, and motivators. And while these "jobs" may be viewed as positive, if we are not careful, we can have negative impact in each of these realms.

This tragedy has caused us to re-think our interactions with our students and identify those potentially in crisis. February 14 will be a solemn day, but one in which we also take time to show love, kindness and respect to each other. That's the best way to honor those lost a year ago.


It’s great to be an Edgewater Eagle!

Thanks for your continued support!

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Dr Mark ShanoffMark Shanoff, Ed.D , Principal 

Edgewater High School 

"The Pride of College Park and Orlando"  


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