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Academic Decathlon

Feb 8—After months of studying "Africa"—this year's theme—forty-two Los Angeles County high schools sent their top students to compete across 10 academic events over two successive Saturdays. El Rancho was once again the host for the event, so ER's top Dons didn't have to travel far!

State Seal of Biliteracy

Seniors! Applications to receive the State Seal of Biliteracy on your 2018 diploma are due March 30.

Lunchtime Karaoke

Feb 9—After the blue wheel was spun to award this week's Don Dollars, ASB set up a Karaoke machine.

Winter Formal

Feb 3—This year's Winter Formal took place at the Mile Square Golf Course in Fountain Valley.

Girls Waterpolo vs. St. Joseph

Feb 2—In their last game of the season, ER hosted St. Joseph in a non-league match.

Winterbelle

Jan 31—It was a busy night in the main gym for Winterbelle.

Wrestling vs. Santa Fe

Jan 30—The Dons competed in their final dual meet of the year when they hosted the Santa Fe Chiefs after school in the Raul Salcido Gym.

Blood Drive

Jan 24—Students from Key Club and ROP Medical Science teamed up with Cedars-Sinai Hospital to hold their 3rd blood drive of the year.

*  ANNOUNCEMENTS  *
Application for State Seal of Biliteracy - View

Presidents' Day, school closed - Feb 19
Future Don Night - Feb 22
Minimum Day - Feb 23
GSA Dance - Feb 23
Rio Hondo Open House - Feb 24
AP Test Payment Deadline - Mar 2
North CA College Trip Deadline - Mar 2
School Site Council - Mar 8
Don Games Night Pep Rally - Mar 15
Sadie Hawkins Dance - Mar 16
Midterms Week - Mar 19-23
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Girls Soccer vs. Cal High

Jan 25—The Girls Soccer teams began their second rotation through the Del Rio League with a home game against Cal High.

El Rodeo - Issue #5

Read the Jan. 26th issue of the school newspaper here.

ROP Newsletter

Feb 5—The ROP program has published a new issue of its occasional newsletter.

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*this year (17/18)*     
*last year (16/17)*

Message from Principal (Jan. 31, 2018)

Dear El Rancho Families,
As we walk around El Rancho High School, I wanted to share what we are observing and experiencing within the campus. Students are in class, focused, and fully participating in learning activities. Teachers are providing the highest level of engagement and demonstrating care to all students. I assure you that we, in conjunction with the district's administration, School Police, and Sheriff's Department personnel, are taking every measure necessary for your child's safety. We, at ERHS, are committed to "Ensuring High Levels of Success for All."