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All District schools and offices will be closed December 19, 2016 through January 6, 2017 for the winter break. * * * * Don't forget to use Text-A-Tip to report crime, bullying, suspicious activity, etc. (562) 551-TIP2* * * * El Rancho Schools are SECOND TO NONE!.* * * *
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Upcoming Events

Board of Education Meeting
Date: 12/6/2016
Location: Pico Rivera City Hall 5:30 pm Closed Session, 6:30 pm Open Session
Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Meeting
Date: 12/7/2016, 6 PM
Location: El Rancho Unified School District Special Education Department (corner of Loch Lomond & Citronell) Large Conference Room
Visual & Performing Arts Showcase - North Park Academy of the Arts
Date: 12/15/2016, 6 PM 7:30 PM
Winter Break - No School for Students
Date: 12/19/2016
Winter Break - No School for Students
Date: 12/20/2016

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ERUSD Innovation Labs are in Progress!

Watch live action of the progress being made on the Innovation Labs at Birney Tech Academy, Magee Academy of Arts and Sciences, North Ranchito Elementary and Rio Vista Elementary. Click the link above to access the live streaming video.

Check Out the Latest News from El Rancho Unified

Do you want to know what's happening in El Rancho schools? Click the link above to view the latest newsletters which highlight gains made on test scores, facilities updates, school progress and more.

El Rancho Unified School District Board of Trustees Approves School Bond and Parcel Tax Resolutions

The El Rancho Unified School District Board of Trustees voted to call a school bond and parcel tax election at a special meeting on August 5, 2016 which proposes to place a measure on the November 8, 2016 ballot. The proposed issuance of school bonds will modernize and rebuild El Rancho High School, prepare students for jobs of the future, improve and expand science and career training labs and repair and improve neighborhood schools. The proposed parcel tax will raise teacher salaries, retain quality teachers and support staff and provide every student access to a high quality arts education as well as improve instruction in science, technology, engineering arts and math.

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