Superintendent's Message

It is hard to believe we have less than two months left in the school year. It is gratifying to see the progress we are making on many fronts in our school district. As of this writing, the teachers' and administrators' unions have agreed to a salary increase for this school year and next year. Our classified union negotiating team has approved an MOU which must be approved by our classified Union members which would lead to a salary increase for this school year and next year. Our Board of Education has been adamant about doing everything we can to compensate our employees fairly, especially since all of our employees took furlough days from 2009 to 2014. Our most important assets are our employees.      

Our schools have begun to develop innovative programs and academies that address the needs of their students and build on the talents of our staff at each school site. We have begun to restore programs such as our Gifted and Talented program, increase our Advanced Placement courses at El Rancho High School and improve services to special education students. We will begin to assess the implementation of our Local Control Accountability Plan through meetings and surveys with parents, staff and students.

Based on our board's direction and in alignment with our School Facilities Master Plan, we are moving forward with improved air conditioning at El Rancho High School, the construction of new buildings, science labs and innovation labs in our district, and improving drop off and pick up zones at our impacted schools.

Beginning with the first day of school in August, our schools will open at 7:00 a.m. to welcome our students and provide a safe place to eat breakfast and have to time to play and mingle with their classmates before school begins. This will also provide more time for our parents to get to work and know their children are safe. There is more to come for the 2015-16 school year. We are proud to have you and our students in our schools as we transform our district. 

 
Martin Galindo
Superintendent


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News and Announcements

The Club Teen Center - Great Futures Start Here

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Whittier, in partnership with El Rancho High School and the City of Pico Rivera, are offering a daily program during the summer for El Rancho High students.

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El Rancho Unified School District Seeks Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Applicants for Measure EE

Voters in the El Rancho Unified School District (District) approved Measure “EE” on November 2, 2010. Measure “EE” a $52 million bond measure, was put on the ballot to construct and improve local schools and student support facilities, improve student access to computers and classroom technology, build vocational technical classrooms, provide improvements to better maintain schools, and provide renewable energy improvements to reduce operating costs and put more money into the classroom.

The District is currently in the process of recruiting one individual to fill a vacancy on the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee for Measure “EE.” The committee has been established to monitor all bond measure projects and expenditures, provide proper oversight, controls, and accountability to ensure that bond measure funds are used as they were intended, and make regular reports to the community on the progress of the bond measure projects.

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Upcoming Events

SPECIAL Board of Education Meeting
Date: 7/8/2015, 4 PM
Location: ERUSD Technology Room
Board of Education Meeting
Date: 8/18/2015
Location: Pico Rivera City Hall 5:30 pm Closed Session, 6:30 pm Open Session
Welcome Students to the First Day of Class for the 2015 / 2016 School Year
Date: 8/19/2015
Board of Education Meeting
Date: 9/1/2015
Location: Pico Rivera City Hall 5:30 pm Closed Session, 6:30 pm Open Session
Holiday - Labor Day
Date: 9/7/2015
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