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Coffee with the Principal

Oct 29—Our first ever Coffee with the Principal was a success! We had about 40 parents visit and they were able to talk to the principal and other administrators. They shared concerns and they also told us what they like about ERHS. We shared with...

Yearbook: Senior Favorites Ballot

Only seniors can vote. Only seniors can win. Turn in your own ballot at B-101 by Friday Nov. 7.

 

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WDN Halloween Story Contest

Oct 31—Congratulations to ERHS senior Elyssa Torres. Her Halloween story, 'The Puppeteer,' was recognized by the Whittier Daily News.

Yearbook: Senior Ads

The early deadline to buy an ad in the 2015 Yearbook is Friday, Nov. 7. Color ads are ONLY available at this time. Black & white ads can be purchased later, but they're more expensive. You can purchase ads online or at the Activities Office. Either way, the ad itself (the photos!) must be turned in to Mr. Crone in B-101 or to the Activities Office. Online Store | Printable Info |Tips to make the ad

Friday Night Football: League Champs!

Oct 30—Congratulations to the Varsity Football team. They clinched the Del Rio League title Thursday night with their 48-14 win over Cal High. This is their first league championship since 1997. The Dons have one more league game to play (at Santa Fe, Nov. 6) and then its time for CIF. As the league champion, ER's first round of CIF will be at home. Date to be announced.

Choraleers' Fall Preview Concert

Oct 29—The vocal groups of El Rancho High School—the Concert Choir, Choralettes, and Choraleers—put on their Fall Preview Concert Wednesday evening in the cafeteria. Parents, students and alumni came out to...

Once A Don, Always A Don

Oct 29—The big blue wheel of prizes was out at lunch Wednesday for the Once A Don, Always A Don Award. Each fourth period teacher was asked to nominate a student who best represented...

Drama's Haunted House

Oct 29—The students of Drama set up a haunted house in the Little Theater. Between 4:30pm and 6:30pm, on Wednesday and Thursday, for two bucks you could go on a scary adventure through the dark, maze-like caverns of the Little Theater. Postive word-of-mouth must have gotten out after the first day, because day two had over 200 visitors bravely walk the maze.

Calligraphy Quote of the Month: November

Nov 1—Congratulations to Daniela Perez, who created November's Calligraphy Quote of the Month.

Halloween Cupcakes

Oct 23—The students of the Culinary Arts classes set the oven to maximum for their annual Cupcake Challenge. In a matter of about 30 minutes, each group had to make and decorate their edible masterpieces. Judging was done by Chef Luna and additional invited staff members. In the end, however, even the "C" grade cupcakes were delicious!

Halloween Dress Up

Oct 31—Halloween fell on a school day this year, prompting dozens of students to go gruesome in their fashion attire. Link Crew held a costume contest at lunch, too.

Homecoming Game and Halftime Show

Oct 17—Homecoming Week came to an end Friday night at the football game. The Varsity Dons marched over Whittier, 42-6, for their second league victory of the season (2-0). The stadium buzzed with alumni, reminiscing about their high school years; and Karina Chavez was crowned Homecoming Queen during the halftime show.

Homecoming

Night Pep Rally

Band at Warren Field Show

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