Attention ELHS Parents


Attention all Red Eddies and parents! This Friday, February 15, 2019, is our first "Eddies Recovery Friday." This is a normal school day with a built in intervention period at the end of the day. Read more about this day here.



Also, Help us Build Auburn Up! The students and teachers of Edward Little High School are looking to help you during our annual Community Service Day on May 17, 2019. If you or someone you know have a need for help or an idea for a community service day project, please click here for more info! 


Please click here for important medical information about the illness, Pertussis.

Please click here to access additional information about Pertussis.


Edward Little High School serves students in the City of Auburn.  We strive to create a school community that is focused on the individual student.  Our goal is to empower our students to become lifelong learners for a world yet to be imagined!  We offer a variety of student programs and services including Advance Placement courses, BRIDGE year programming, dual-credit courses through local institutions, Vocational education opportunities (LRTC), Franklin Alternative School, and developing internships.  Our faculty and staff are committed to each student's success both in and out of the classroom.  We invite parents and community members to assist us in our efforts to provide our students with lifelong learning opportunities and the ability to achieve at their highest level.  If you are a local business interested in hosting an intern, please contact us on the aspirations page.



Parents and students, click here to access PowerSchool.

Click HERE for a message to parents regarding information on Free and Reduced Lunch.

Click HERE to download a copy of the 2018-19 Maroon and White Day Calendar.

Click HERE for Athletic Contract/Health Form

 New Staff Grading Procedures for grades 9-12






    

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