The Memory Project

Jan 15—The Memory Project is a charitable nonprofit organization that invites art teachers and their students to create portraits for youth around the world who have faced substantial challenges, such as neglect, abuse, loss of parents, violence, and extreme poverty. This year, we received photographs of children from Puerto Rico. Each student in Advanced Art and AP Studio Art created a portrait for...

Decathlon Countdown

Jan 10—The 12 students who make up ER's Academic Decathlon team are in the final weeks of preparation for their competition.

Boys Soccer vs. Santa Fe

Jan 8—The league record of Boys Varsity Soccer moved to 1-2 after their away-game loss to Santa Fe.

Boys Basketball vs. Whittier

Jan 3—Varsity Basketball opened its Del Rio League season with a home game against Whittier.

Girls Basketball vs. Westminster

Dec 14—Girls Basketball began their winter break with a preseason home game against Westminster High School.

Athlete of the Month

Congratulations to the November (and October) Athletes of the Month!

El Rodeo Issue #4

Read the Dec. 12th issue of the school newspaper here.

Student Handbook 18/19 - View
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MLK, Jr. Day, school closed - Jan 21
Blood Drive - Jan 23
Yearbook Senior Ad Deadline - Jan 25
Academic Decathlon Part 1 - Jan 26
Winter Formal - Feb 2
Academic Decathlon Part 2 - Feb 2

Choir's Winter Concert

Dec 6—Thursday evening in the cafeteria, ER's vocal groups held a Winter Concert for friends and parents.

Girls Soccer vs. El Monte

Dec 3—Girls Soccer hosted El Monte HS Monday afternoon in their first home game of the season.

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ERUSD Mental Health Services

Mental Health services in the El Rancho Unified School District will continue, without interruption, for the 2018-2019 school year. We have seven mental health counselors assigned to schools throughout the district (1 full time at El Rancho High School), over fourteen mental health interns from local universities and three full time School Psychologists to continue to provide services for students in our district. Additionally, we have partnerships with several community agencies that will provide school-based mental health services to ERUSD students.