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Georgios Boleros 20 (left) and a colleague stand next to their aircraft.

Eye in the Sky

Following his graduation from EHS, Georgios Boleros ‘20 went on to enlist in the Army National Guard while attending Middlesex County College. Eagle’s Eye editor Prabha Krishna interviewed the military drone pilot before his...

Mr. Carl Adams (left) and Mr. Tom Meagher, members of the EHS Maintenance Staff, deliver much-needed supplies to the E^3 Arena. This is one of the many aspects of their work, which also includes cleaning, sanitation, repair, and maintenance throughout the entire building.

A Day in the Life: EHS Maintenance Staff

ANDREA NYARKO ‘27, Staff Writer May 22, 2024

From cleaning classrooms to checking boilers and water pipes, the maintenance staff of EHS has made significant impacts on the school environment. Throughout weekends and weekdays, no matter the weather conditions, maintenance...

Ms. Shelly Colletto in London, UK, standing with Big Ben behind her. This is one of her trips that inspired her love for traveling.

Teacher by Day, World Traveler by Night

MAYMUNAH MAJUMDER ‘26, Staff Writer May 16, 2024

A cornerstone of EHS’s art education for more than twenty-seven years, Ms. Shelly Colletto embodies dedication and expertise in her craft. Her commitment to the art department matches her passion for exploring new horizons. Colletto...

Evangelia Lia Stellakis having fun on her horse, Curley. Although this 26-year-old horse is retired, he still enjoys giving pony rides to young children.

Teacher’s Pet: Horsing Around With Curley

A Biology teacher at Edison High School, Ms. Kathleen Stellakis says she takes great pleasure in moments with her family, friends, and animals. She also appreciates the beauty of the outdoors and spends a lot of her free time...

-ber This Place?, the Congressional Art Competition nominated piece is an oil painting that depicts the deteriorating state of ones room, typically in a period of grief.

The Painter that Made it to Pallone: Emily Park

ISHANI BAKSHI ‘26, News Editor May 2, 2024

Picture the famed paintings adorning the historic walls of the US Capitol. George Washington. Congressman. And now, work by EHS’ very own, Emily Park ‘24. Park was selected by Representative Frank Pallone as a Congressional...

Ms. Dawn Penny teaches the Civil Rights Movement to her U.S. History 2 class. Penny believes students must learn to manage time and implement it in any aspect of life.

Penny’s Advice: Mastering Time Management

A U.S. History 1 Honors and U.S. History 2 teacher at Edison High School, veteran teacher Dawn Penny has advice to offer for students: “Students must learn how to manage their time successfully in all aspects, including school...

Biology teacher Ms. Michele Miller has found a unique way to make lessons interactive with her class pet, Nessie.

Teacher’s Pet: Loch Ness Monster 2.0

Ms. Michele Miller, a Biology teacher at Edison High School, tries to make learning a more engaging experience. A self-proclaimed outdoors person who likes to hunt, fish, and hike; Miller believes she can make learning more interesting...

Ms. Andriano teaches rules of signs to her freshmen STEM Algebra 2H class in period 12. She focuses on teaching her students step by step, as their understanding of the lesson is of utmost importance to her.

Andriano’s Advice: Empower Growth

SAMETH SITARAM '27 and ESHAN JHAVERI '27 March 27, 2024

A Pre-Calculus and Algebra 2 Honors teacher at Edison High School, Ms. Andriano has seventeen years of experience and expert advice for students who have a lot on their plate: “When you are stressing out or struggling with...

Language Arts teacher Mr. James Napoli teaches the End-of-Course Exam Part A structure to his 11th grade AP Seminar class.

Napoli’s Advice: Embrace Imperfection

ESHAN JHAVERI ‘27 and SAMETH SITARAM ‘27 March 15, 2024

Mr. James Napoli teaches ninth-grade English as well as AP Seminar at Edison High School. Other than writing and reading, Napoli enjoys bowling in adult leagues and watching his favorite baseball team, the New York Mets. He is...

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...

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