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Andriano with her students from Yvonnes School Of Dance.

Teacher by Day, Dance Instructor by Night

MAYMUNAH MAJUMDER ‘26, Staff Writer February 16, 2024

Ms. Danielle Andriano '01 is both a math teacher and a dancer, combining precision in numbers with the grace of dance in her schedule. Andriano has been teaching Algebra 2 Honors and Accelerated Pre-Calculus for sixteen years...

Dr. Clark enjoying one of his favorite hobbies, kayaking.

Docendo Discimus!

GABRIELLE DHARMAWAN '25 and PRABHA KRISHNA '25 February 16, 2024

“By teaching, we learn.”  “Docendo Discimus” is just one of the many Latin phrases that can be used to describe Edison High School’s teacher of the year. An outdoorsy Latin and former ACES/AVID teacher, Dr. Jonathan...

Dr. Nasser with his book Mateos Walk.

The Man of Many Words: Nasser Publishes Novel

In the quieter halls of the history wing of Edison High School, where lessons of the past are an important part of each day, notable educator Dr. Gene Nasser has added a new title to his extensive resume: author. Nasser has...

Julian Baro 16 (above) has worked for various not-for-profits regarding a range of social issues.

Creating a Better World

MEHER MEHTA '25, People Editor December 20, 2023

Over the past few decades, diversity has been an increasingly important issue, especially in the workplace. Many people still find it difficult to assimilate into parts of society that they feel exclude them. In order to help...

2023-2024: New Year, New Faces, New Staff

2023-2024: New Year, New Faces, New Staff

ISHANI BAKSHI '26, News Editor December 11, 2023

Kathleen Ellis  2023-2024: New Year, New Faces, New Staff By ISHANI BAKSHI ‘26 As another school year unfolds, let us take the time to learn more about some of the new faces walking the Edison High hallways. Meghan...

Nurse Marano works on his computer in the front of the nurses office.

EHS’s First Male Nurse’s Remarkable Journey of Service and Resilience

STELLA WONG '25 December 7, 2023

In a noteworthy development for Edison High School and the Edison community, Paolo Marano has become the school's first male nurse, joining a long list of new staff for the 2023-2024 school year. Marano's journey traces back...

The Amalfi Coast, as seen by Mr. Michael Piccolo while on a trip to Italy. Piccolo has been on many trips around the world, to places like Indonesia, Bermuda, and Brazil.

Teacher by Day, Traveler by Night

MAYMUNAH MAJUMDER '26, Staff Writer December 5, 2023

Traveling around the world can be a way to learn about new people and cultures, and Business teacher Mr. Michael Piccolo finds great value in this activity. Piccolo teaches various electives at EHS, including Economics, Business...

Ms. Christine Vardaro in a yearbook photo.

Christine Vardaro

June 20, 2023

An 1985 Edison High School graduate and a secretary for twenty years, Mrs. Christine Vardaro dedicated many years to her life as an Eagle. Starting off as the secretary of the Child Study Team in 2003, Vardaro recently moved to...

Ms. Patti Jaworski with some of her PE students at the 2023 Senior BBQ.

Patti Jaworski

June 20, 2023

Ms. Patti Jaworski, physical education teacher, reminisces about the unforgettable moments of her career during her last days at Edison High School. While she enjoyed the daily interactions with students and friendly conversations...

Ms. Gail Pawlikowski (back row, second from the left), in her pre-EHS and J.P. Stevens years at Herbert Hoover Middle School

Gail Pawlikowski

June 20, 2023

Spanning thirty-eight years, Chief Academic Officer Ms. Gail Pawlikowski’s career working with the Edison Board of Education is coming to an end. Pawlikowski has been in the district for all but two years of her entire career....

Mrs. Ledda with her FCCLA students.

Sandra Ledda

June 20, 2023

Ms. Sandra Ledda has been a part of the Edison High community for eighteen years. For ten years, she taught consumer science classes due to her background in restaurant management. For the final eight years of her career, she...

Staff Say Farewell to the Nest


The close of any school brings with it changes in many lives. Underclassmen move on to higher grades, seniors leave school into the post-graduation world, and staff members begin new chapters in retirement. This year, three current...

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