405-262-3253 phone / 405-262-8650 fax
601 South Choctaw, El Reno, OK 73036
School day: 8:00 am – 3:32 pm / Friday Release Time: 2:05 pm
Breakfast: 7:30 am
Doors Open: 7:40 am
Students will be supervised after 7:40 am
Join EDJH Parent Text messages: (normal text messaging charges will occur)
Text (this number):81010 and type @edjhpa (in the message section)!
School Supplies: Teachers will provide a list of supplies for students. Here is a generic list by department:
- Science: one-subject spiral notebook, pencils, and pens.
- Reading: index cards, composition notebooks, glue stick, folder, sticky notes, pencils, highlighters
- Geography: 1″ 3 ring binder along with dividers and pencils and paper.
- Math: one-subject spiral notebook; black dry-erase marker; glue stick; scissors; pencils.
- Electives: The elective teachers will give supply lists the first few days.
Etta Dale Office Staff
Ms. Kim Landers, Principal
Mrs. Arryn Small, Assistant Principal
Mrs. Teresa Howard
Attendance Secretary, 405-262-2081
Mrs. Ann Mulanax
Ms. Megan Davis
Guidance Counselor, 405-262-4291
Mrs. Lindsey Stafford
Student Assistance Counselor, 405-262-0205
Teranne Spottedbear (Tuesdays & Thursdays)
Indian Education Advocate, 405-262-3235
The EDJH teachers had a special way to get ready for students this year! Ms. Landers and I would like to extend a special thanks to Mr. McVay for participating in this event! Enjoy!
Twenty years ago this August, I was starting my first year as a teacher at Roblyer Middle School. It is a great feeling to still have that sense of excitement as I welcome our students to Etta Dale Junior High for the 2017-2018 school year! We all have been working very hard to prepare for a new year. Our teachers and administrators have been attending conferences to improve themselves and offer the very best to our students. We are excited to bring back our Robotics program for the second year. We will be offering an additional section due to so many students requesting this class. We will be cheering them on as they represent El Reno at the state competition in the spring. Through a lot of work and training, we will debut our STEM lab in Lucus Hall. The STEM class is a hands on class where our students will be building different items, learning about electricity, wind farms and much more! Due to a donation, we were able to fund our STEM lab and classes. Back by popular demand and due to an overwhelming number of students who pre-enrolled in art, we will offer 6 classes. We have been very blessed with great teachers who go above and beyond for our students. Learning is not an option at EDJH! Every student is an important member of our EDJH family and we will cheer you on this year in the classroom, on the stage, on the field, on the court, on the mat, and in any other competition. #YouMatter
Ms. Kim Landers, Principal