Monthly Archives: May 2019

Veterans Share Experiences of Life at War

Last week, Ms. Braunfels’ American Literature classes hosted local veterans to share their experiences at war. The students were studying war literature, and the veterans spoke to the classes about their time serving in the military, their wartime experiences and how it affected them after returning home, and more.

Friday Morning News – 5-31

In this week’s edition, we highlight the work of the Cultural Think Tank, a new group dedicated to improving school culture. We also show the first image of the new school concept design, as well as highlight student successes in the Bridge Program and athletics.

Many Early College Options are Available to EL Students

Recently, students Madeline Duff, Sophie Bilodeau, and Katherine Gilpatrick spoke to the Eddies Echo about their experiences taking advantage of Early College options available to them through partnerships between Edward Little and local colleges.

Students were able to get a jump start on college and save money on college courses while still getting support from academic counseling options at the high school. Some students jumped completely into the college experience, while others took a few classes at a college while still attending EL. They were also still able to take advantage of sports, clubs, and extra-curriculars at EL while pursuing college options.

If this is an opportunity that interests you, speak to Mr. Horn in Aspirations or your guidance counselor.

Friday Morning News 5-17

In this week’s extended edition of the news, we highlight today’s Community Service Day, a new outing club, a proposed outdoor education credit recovery program, and more.

We also try out a new show format with four different anchors this week. We’ve got some technical work to do to streamline that process, but let us know what you think about the new format.

Thanks for watching, and have a great day.

Friday Morning News 5-10

In the latest edition, we learn that Broadcast Media advisor Shawn Rice was named Androscoggin County Teacher of the Year, and we highlight a student intern working at Globe manufacturing here in Auburn, where he’s learning how to create fire safety equipment, and where there are other opportunities available for students.

Friday Morning News 5-3

In the news this week, we have details about a number of exciting opportunities for students. There’s special report from UMA about the Bridge Program, which allows juniors and seniors early access to college courses. We also highlight other options for students, such as the new drone piloting program next year, as well as an education course through a partnership with UMF, and more.