Deadline to buy a Senior Ad in the yearbook is January 30. Both money and photos are due.
This year's edition of the Parent Institute for Quality Eduction (PIQE) begins Jan. 28.
Seniors! The window for applying to receive the State Seal of Biliteracy on your diploma is opening soon. See the Guidance Office home page for more info.
Info regarding this year's "Generation 1st Degree/Frank Terrazas Scholarship" is out. See the College & Career Center home page for more info.
5k Fun Run is Coming!
The 6th Annual ERHS Fun Run will be held Februrary 21st. Stay fit and support the Ranch! Flyer | Registration
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Jan 8—Over winter break, Wrestling began its Del Rio league regular season with a dual meet against Whittier. JV won 37-28, and Varsity won 39-37. After an away meet at Santa Fe (Jan 15), ERHS's next home competition will be against Pioneer on Jan. 22.
Dec 11—ERHS students who are members of the California Scholarship Federation were invited on a one-day whirlwind trip to see the campuses of UC San Diego and CSU San Marcos. Eleventh grade counselor Ms. Madera and College Counselor Ms. Nasouf chaperoned the trip.
Cristian Roldan Drafted for Pro Soccer
Librarian Ms. Chodos has provided the following outside links regarding ERHS alum Cristian Roldan recently being drafted to play in pro soccer.
Link #1 | Link #2 | Link #3
Dec 17—A musical boost came to this year's annual tree-decorating class competition. During lunch, while students from each grade level decorated their Christmas trees, the musical group Estudianina Guadulupana performed on stage.
Dec 15—Just before winter break, the Key Club squeezed in its second blood drive of the 14-15 school year. They held three drives last year. This year, their goal is to do four. Every participant gets a commemorative t-shirt, a pretty arm braclet (aka bandage), a cup of juice, and the warm and fuzzy feeling of having done a good deed.
Dec 16—The Boys and Girls Cross Country teams left their running shoes at home for their end-of-the-year banquet. The event took place Tuesday evening in the cafeteria. With the help of many assistants, Head Coach Miguel Paniagua handed out certificates and other items recognizing the runners for their achievements this year. The Girls Varsity team shared the Del Rio League Championship title with Whittier High School. Varsity Boys placed fourth in league.
Dec 18—The juniors' defense was unbreakable this year, and they shut out the seniors, 22-0. Everybody remembered that it is, after all, just a game, and the excessive penalties of last year's rivalry were not repeated. Similarly, the cheerleaders, in spite of their newly toned down outfits, managed to do a great job nonetheless.