Friday Morning News 4-12

In this week’s edition, we highlight recent student athletic and artistic successes, profile the Graphics Art program, and more.

In program news, today’s edition features original opening and end credit music by senior Nick Hartley, and our anchor, Nick Stilphen-Leon, is working for the first time with our brand new teleprompters.

Thanks for watching. If you have any suggestions or ideas for stories, contact any Broadcast Media student or Mr. Rice or Mr. Dudley.

Friday Morning News – 3/15

The latest edition of the Friday morning news is a special extended edition, with news of the recent success of the One Act Team at regionals, information from teachers about new business management, sports management, and precision manufacturing course offerings for next year, a glimpse of an elaborate lab project in science classes, and more.

Green Day Highlights Mental Health and EL’s Talent

Green Day, the Winter Carnival week’s nod to mental health awareness, saw students and staff come in covered in green. Later in the day, students and staff showed their stuff at a talent show with an impressive range of acts, from singers to magicians to fiddlers.

Winter Carnival wraps up today, with a pep rally at the end of the day where we’ll see if the faculty manages to keep the lead.

Getting Fictional in the Home of the Ghost

Here’s the latest recap from Winter Carnival’s fictional character day by Echo reporter Alina Laliberte.

Double the Flavor, Double the Fun at Winter Carnival

Winter Carnival Day Two was twice as much fun as day one, as students and faculty dressed up for Twin Day. The afternoon was filled with competitions, such as cribbage, ping pong, and a 5K race.

As of day two faculty are in the lead, with the sophomores close behind. The events and competition continue for the rest of the week, so check back for more details.

Winter Carnival Kicks Up The Heat with Tropical Day

Yesterday kicked off the annual Winter Carnival, with students and staff getting into the spirit in their tropical gear. During the day, students participated in the art walk showcasing a number of student works, and after school, students and staff competed in a variety of competitions, such as volleyball, academic decathlon, chess, and more.

Check out the video recap below by Eddies Echo staff member Alina Laliberte.

Friday Morning Announcements 3-8

In this week’s edition, find out about next week’s Winter Carnival events, see our superintendent take over the band, find out which students are seeing national artistic success, and more.

Friday Morning Announcements 3-1

In this week’s edition, the EL girls Alpine team wins states, the Unified Basketball team goes into the end of the season strong, and there’s a special report on the new EMT course offered here at EL.

Friday Morning Announcements 2-8

In this week’s edition, we’ve got news about two ELHS teacher nominated for Androscoggin County Teacher of the Year, the upcoming Drama Club performance of Nooses Off!, and senior basketball player Wol Maiwen’s 1,000th point.

Friday Morning Announcements 1-18

Welcome to the first Friday Morning Announcements for 2019. In this report, we have updates on the drama club, skiing, and a special report on the manufacturing internship program here at ELHS.

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