Our department staff consists of
School-Age Parent Program
Communities in Schools
Advise TX Advisers
Our staff works together to provide services
to studentsand their families.
VISION: Student Support Services will provide a world-class service to all Edgewood ISD students; parents and community members ensuring students receive the best counseling and social services available.
To provide outstanding services in an efficient and positive manner to help students receive a world-class education.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
Report Child Abuse
Reports of abuse or neglect may be
made over the telephone by calling:
Reports may be made over the internet
at the following secure website:
Parent Information Night - New Graduation Requirements
All 8th grade parents and students are asked to attend these meetings.
The State Board of Education approved new high school graduation requirements that apply to incoming 9th graders beginning with the 2014-2015 school year.
April 8, 2014 Brentwood Middle School @ 6:00 PM
April 9, 2014 Gus Garcia Middle School @ 6:00 PM
April 10, 2014 E.T. Wrenn Middle School @ 6:00 PM
-Explain the new graduation plan & endorsements
-Students will select electives for the next school year
-Counselors will meet with parents and students to develop individual graduation plan
- Parents who do not attend this meeting will need to schedule a conference with the school counselor.
A huge "Thank You" to the Compadres for Scholarships, Edgewood District Alumni Association and Bexar County Prairie View A&M University! They donated shoes to Edgewood ISD students who were in need.
Pictures will be posted soon.