Friday Night Football

Sept 28—After four away games in a row, the Varsity Dons came home for their kick-off of league play. The scoring was vigorous on both sides, but ERHS's offense ultimately out-performed Whittier's for a final score of 52 to 35. The evening was designated Staff Appreciation Night, which meant that ERHS staff members got a free dinner in the endzone before the game, and some on-field applause during halftime. It was also Community Night, which meant fans wearing t-shirts from any ERUSD school got in free.

Whittier College Mentor Program

Oct 8—The Whittier College Mentor Program will be sending a mentor to the College and Career Center on Fridays.

Fall Baseball

Oct 2—While baseball in the fall is normal for professionals, in high school, it is a spring sport. That doesn't keep ER's team from playing and practicing now, in preparation for their season in April and May.

El Rodeo Issue #1

Read our school newspaper's first issue of the year here.

Cross Country
Cluster Meet #1

Sept 27—ERHS began league competition by hosting its first cluster meet at home (Legg Lake).

Freshman Football vs. Whittier

Sept 27—Freshman Football opened their Del Rio League season with a 38-0 loss to the Cardinals.

Google-cloud Print - setup
Slideshow from Financial Aid Night - View

Oct 26 - ASVAB
Nov 7 - Workshop on Cash for College
Nov 14 - Blood Drive

College Night

Sept 17—For ER's annual College Night, over 50 presenters set up in the new gym to help students and parents navigate their choices.

Senior Sunrise

Sept 14—Friday morning, Seniors overcame their early-morning sleepiness to celebrate Senior Sunrise.

JV Football vs. Baldwin Park

Sept 13—The JV Dons hosted Baldwin Park HS at home recently.

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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.