SPORTS SCHEDULES

Olweus Anti-Bullying Survey

Survey will be taken between May 26 and June 3 in 4th period classes.

Senior Wills

El Rodeo is taking Senior Wills for a little while longer (Monday morning, 6/1)...HURRRY!

Senior Survey

The College & Career Center is hosting a required senior survey. You must take the survey in order to pick up your graduation tickets. The deadline to complete is 3pm, June 5th.

LCAP Survey

The Local Control Accountability Plan requires Districts to gather input from students, teachers, parents and community members to determine the goals and budget priorities for the District. Please take a few moments to give your input to this important process.

Senior Picnic, Grad Nite Info

 

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Friday's Assembly Bell Schedule

To make room for the Farewell Assembly, Friday May 29th is NOT a late start.

ZERO 7:00 - 7:50
ONE 7:55 - 8:45
ASSEMBLY 8:45 - 9:45
TWO 9:51 - 10:41
THREE 10:47 - 11:37
FOUR 11:43 - 12:33
Lunch 12:33 - 1:08
FIVE 1:14 - 2:04
SIX 2:10 - 3:00

"Data Confirmation" begins...NOW!

Hey Mom and Dad! All parents must complete registration now! Registration (now called Data Confirmation) for the 15-16 school year begins Monday May 18. Also, if you don't have an account yet, watch these handy online training videos to help you get started: Tutorials

Honor Crest Recognition Ceremony

May 21—The Pico Rivera community came out to recognize the Class of 2015's Honor Crest seniors Thursday night. These are the seniors who will be wearing a gold stole at graduation ceremonies. Over the last 3 1/2 years, these seniors have all earned cumulative GPAs of at least 3.33. About $75,000 in scholarhips was given away during the evening.

Fifty Reasons to Buy A Yearbook

May 26—We didn't quite make it to fifty, but forty-five reasons? That's pretty good, yes? You can buy your yearbook at the Activities Office now!

"Be A Leader" Banquet

May 18—The "Be A Leader" Program ended its 14/15 season with a banquet for some of the over 100 seniors who particpated this year. Program organizer Alma-Delia Renteria emceed the event, with Jackie Cisneros, of the Cisneros Foundation, helping to pass out awards. The program begins with an 8-week "summer boot camp", which is supplemented with once-a-month workshops during the school year. Ms. Renteria is also available in the College & Career Center three days a week for additional one-on-one couseling.

Annual Staff 15-16

Congratulations to the 2015-2016 Yearbook Staff!

Dodgeball Tournament

May 15—Congratulations to the Italian Stallions, the 2015 Dodgeball Champions.

ASB Election Results

Congratulations to the 15/16 ASB Executive Commission!

CIF Boys Volleyball

May 14—Following a 2nd place finish in the Del Rio League, the Varsity boys volleyball team made it to the 3rd round of the CIF tournament this year. In the 1st round at home, ERHS swept Pomona 3-0. In the second round (photos), ERHS again played at home and again swept, this time against Vista Mar, 3-0. The Mighty Dons' season came to an end against Arrowhead Christian in the 3rd round.

Advanced Placement Freshmen!

May 8—Freshmen! That's right, freshmen. In a first for ERHS, five sections of 9th graders have been studying the AP Human Geography curriculum this year. Their teacher, Mr. Rojo, took them through a dry run of the advanced placement test on Friday so there would be no surprises. The real test will be this Friday, May 15. Good luck, Class of '18!

Zucker Teachers of the Year

May 8—Congratulations to English and Drama teacher Mr. Wlasick and Spanish teacher Ms. Hernandez. They were honored Friday morning as the Zucker Teachers of the Year for 2014-2015. Principal Kwek made the announcement during a staff breakfast in the Faculty Lounge....

Spring Drama Production

May 6—The ERHS Thespians put on their spring production for four days last week. From Wednesday to Saturday, they sang, danced and acted their way through the musical comedy, So Long, 174th Street. Photos are from Wednesday's final dress rehearsal.

Prom

May 9—Located adjacent to the LA Coliseum, the California Science Center was the perfect venue for this year's Prom. The theme was "Endless Twilight." A buffet-style dinner was available, including lots of desserts and drinks. The Prom King was Anthony Raymundo, and the Queen was Emily James.

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