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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Meals, foods and beverages sold and served at schools meet state and federal requirements based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines. All meals, foods, and beverages are prepared and served by qualified child nutrition professionals. We provide students access to a variety of affordable and appealing foods that meet the health and nutrition needs of students.
The El Rancho Unified School District applauds Governor Jerry Brown’s signing of AB 2016 introduced by Assemblymember Luis Alejo (D-Salinas) to create the first statewide model Ethnic Studies curriculum. The El Rancho Unified School District Board of Education made a historical decision in June 2014 by being the first district in California to adopt Ethnic Studies as a high school graduation requirement to prepare students for a 21st century multicultural, global economy. More than 20 other school districts have followed their lead by adopting similar resolutions. "Two years ago the ERUSD Board of Education recognized the importance of providing all students with a comprehensive and inclusive Ethnic Studies curriculum that empowers them and prepares them to thrive in a multicultural, global society,” commented Board President Dr. Aurora Villon. “The Governor's approval of AB 2016 validates the very important role Ethnic Studies plays in preparing students for the 21st Century.”
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Did you know that the new Rio Hondo Education Center at Pico Rivera is now providing the community with convenient access to college courses? Classes are not only for adults; college bound students or students interested in particular courses are encouraged to enroll. Please see the attached flyer, the link below or call the Rio Hondo Continuing Education at (562) 463-4606 for more information.