Photo Album: Auburn Celebrates Top 10 Seniors

ByDavid M. Conte

May 4, 2022

Edward Little High School senior Paul Dimitri receives a hug Wednesday from his father, Brian, during the Top Ten luncheon at the Auburn school. ELHS faculty and staff hosted lunch for the top ten students of the Class of 2022 and their families. Students from The Green Louche served lunch before the students gave short speeches to announce which staff member had the most impact during their time at EL. The top ten list was revealed on Saturday during a parade of staff who visited each student’s home to let them know where they stood among their 2022 classmates. Dimitri finished ninth in his class. His mother, Liza Dimitri, is at left. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Edward Little High School Caroline Audette, center, and her mother, Jen, react as Audette’s father, Eric, gets emotional on Wednesday while talking about his daughter during the Top Ten Luncheon at the Auburn school. ELHS faculty and staff hosted lunch for the top ten students of the Class of 2022 and their families. Students from The Green Louche served lunch before the students gave short speeches to announce which staff member had the most impact during their time at EL. The top ten list was revealed on Saturday during a parade of staff who visited each student’s home to let them know where they stood among their 2022 classmates. Audette finished fifth in her class. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Edward Little High School Cooper Dunn, second from left, his mother Susan, left, and father Thomas, greet Dunn’s teacher, Seth “Goody” Goodwin, right, during Top Ten Luncheon Wednesday at the Auburn school. ELHS faculty and staff hosted lunch for the top ten students of the Class of 2022 and their families. Students from The Green Louche served lunch before the students gave short speeches to announce which staff member had the most impact during their time at EL. The top ten list was revealed on Saturday during a parade of staff who visited each student’s home to let them know where they stood among their classmates of 2022. Dunn finished third in his class. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Edward Little High School Chantal Cyr, left, listens to her sister, Dominique, speak Wednesday during the Top Ten Luncheon at the school in Auburn. ELHS faculty and staff hosted lunch for the top ten students of the Class of 2022 and their families. Students from The Green Louche served lunch before the students gave short speeches to announce which staff member had the most impact during their time at EL. The top ten list was revealed on Saturday during a parade of staff who visited each student’s home to let them know where they stood among their classmates of 2022. Cyr finished fourth in his class. Dominique Cyr graduated from ELHS in 2018. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Edward Little High School senior Simon Hall speaks alongside his parents, Melissa Sundell and Joe Hall, at the Top Ten luncheon at the Auburn school on Wednesday. ELHS faculty and staff hosted lunch for the top ten students of the Class of 2022 and their families. Students from The Green Louche served lunch before the students gave short speeches to announce which staff member had the most impact during their time at EL. The top ten list was revealed on Saturday during a parade of staff who visited each student’s home to let them know where they stood among their 2022 classmates. Hall finished second in her class. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Natalie Garcia, a senior at Edward Little High School, left, listens to her father, Adam, tell a story during the Top Ten Luncheon at the Auburn school on Wednesday. ELHS faculty and staff hosted lunch for the top ten students of the Class of 2022 and their families. Students from The Green Louche served lunch before the students gave short speeches to announce which staff member had the most impact during their time at EL. The top ten list was revealed on Saturday during a parade of staff who visited each student’s home to let them know where they stood among their 2022 classmates. Garcia finished first in her class. Garcia’s sister, Katherine, and her mother, Laura, are also pictured. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Edward Little High School senior Audrianna Prentice takes the podium Wednesday with her parents, Seth and Judy, during the Top Ten luncheon at the Auburn school. ELHS faculty and staff hosted lunch for the top ten students of the Class of 2022 and their families. Students from The Green Louche served lunch before the students gave short speeches to announce which staff member had the most impact during their time at EL. The top ten list was revealed on Saturday during a parade of staff who visited each student’s home to let them know where they stood among their 2022 classmates. Prentice finished tenth in his class. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Edward Little High School senior Lucy DeRoche shares a moment Wednesday with her teacher and coach, Katie Byrne, during the Top Ten Luncheon at the school in Auburn. ELHS faculty and staff hosted lunch for the top ten students of the Class of 2022 and their families. Students from The Green Louche served lunch before the students gave short speeches to announce which staff member had the most impact during their time at EL. The top ten list was revealed on Saturday during a parade of staff who visited each student’s home to let them know where they stood among their classmates of 2022. DeRoche finished eighth in his class. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Edward Little High School Chantal Cyr, right, hugs her teacher, Kerry Lathrop, Wednesday during the Top Ten Luncheon at the school in Auburn. ELHS faculty and staff hosted lunch for the top ten students of the Class of 2022 and their families. Students from The Green Louche served lunch before the students gave short speeches to announce which staff member had the most impact during their time at EL. The top ten list was revealed on Saturday during a parade of staff who visited each student’s home to let them know where they stood among their classmates of 2022. Cyr finished fourth in his class. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Edward Little High School, Weston Hartley, listens to his twin sister, Sophia, speak during the Top Ten Luncheon at the school in Auburn on Wednesday. ELHS faculty and staff hosted lunch for the top ten students of the Class of 2022 and their families. Students from The Green Louche served lunch before the students gave short speeches to announce which staff member had the most impact during their time at EL. The top ten list was revealed on Saturday during a parade of staff who visited each student’s home to let them know where they stood among their classmates of 2022. Hartley finished sixth in his class. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Bill Buzza, a music teacher at Edward Little High School, gets a hug Wednesday from Audianna Prentice during the Top Ten Luncheon at the school in Auburn. Prentice explained how Buzza had a big impact on Prentice’s time at EL. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Thomas Dunn on Wednesday gives teachers credit for his son’s success at Edward Little High School in Auburn. Cooper Dunn, left, graduated third in the class of 2022 and he and his mother, Susan, and father were invited to the Top Ten Luncheon at school. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Edward Little High School Charlotte Levasseur shares a moment Wednesday with his mother, Amie, during the Top Ten Luncheon at the school in Auburn. ELHS faculty and staff hosted lunch for the top ten students of the Class of 2022 and their families. Students from The Green Louche served lunch before the students gave short speeches to announce which staff member had the most impact during their time at EL. The top ten list was revealed on Saturday during a parade of staff who visited each student’s home to let them know where they stood among their 2022 classmates. Levasseur finished seventh in his class. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Edward Little High School, Weston Hartley, second from left, poses for a photo shoot Wednesday with his father, Cameron, left, mother Kelly, right, and twin sister Sophia during the school’s Top Ten Luncheon Auburn. ELHS faculty and staff hosted lunch for the top ten students of the Class of 2022 and their families. Students from The Green Louche served lunch before the students gave short speeches to announce which staff member had the most impact during their time at EL. The top ten list was revealed on Saturday during a parade of staff who visited each student’s home to let them know where they stood among their classmates of 2022. Hartley finished sixth in his class. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary


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