News and Announcements

Thank you, Mr. Briones!

The Board of Education recognized Armando “Armie” Briones at its November 18, 2014 meeting for his 50 plus years of dedicated service and support to El Rancho High School. Mr. Briones celebrated his 50th anniversary as the football and basketball announcer in 2013. He began announcing at El Rancho High School football games during his junior year of high school. He continued to do so following graduation in 1967. During his tenure, he has collected all the statistical information on the school’s football history. Mr. Briones is professional and fair to both teams when announcing. He is the one and only voice of the Dons.
Read More »

Need Help with a Federal Agency?

Office of Congresswoman Linda Sanchez announces Community Office Hours. The event is FREE to the public.

When: December 2, 2014

Where: Pico Rivera City Hall, 6615 Passons Boulevard, Pico Rivera

Time: 9:00 - 11:00 am

Staff can help you with the following services:
Social Security, VA Benefit Claims, Immigration, Medicare, US Post Office, FAFSA Student Loans, Passport, Housing, Healthcare

For more information, please call (562) 860-5050 or lindasanchez.house.gov
Read More »

Informational Parent Seminar

The Special Education Department will be holding an informational meeting for parents of special needs students on Friday, November 14 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Representatives from the school district and organizations that provide community resources will be presenting useful information to parents.

For further information, please contact the Special Education office at (562) 801-4810.
Read More »

Text-A-Tip 562-551-TIP2

Don't forget to use Text-A-Tip to report crime, depression, bullying, drug use, suspicious activity, fights, etc. Keep our students and community safe!

562-551-8472
Read More »

Rio Vista Elementary Named a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School

On September 30, 2014, Rio Vista Elementary School was officially recognized by Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education, as a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School. The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program honors public and private elementary, middle, and high schools where students either achieve very high learning standards or are making notable improvements in closing the achievement gap. The award affirms the hard work of students, educators, families and communities in creating safe and welcoming schools where students master challenging content. For 2014, 337 schools are being recognized; 287 public schools and 50 private schools with 24 from California.

Rio Vista Elementary is being recognized for the following category of achievement: Exemplary Achievement Gap Closing Schools. As a result, they are identified among the State of California's highest performing schools in closing achievement gaps between a school's subgroups and all students over the past five years. Student subgroup performances for each subgroup are at high levels.

Congratulations and highest commendation goes to the entire Rio Vista school community - leadership, teachers, staff, students, and parents. With vision, commitment, and perseverance, Mr. Cochran and the Rio Vista school team set high goals and expectations, never gave up, and achieved. More importantly, they successfully impacted the learning and futures of hundreds of our students. Thank you for your ongoing dedication. We are proud of you!
Read More »

Halloween Scary Story Contest Winners

Each year the Whittier Daily News invites children and schools to particpate in the Halloween Scary Story contest. The Whittier Daily News had numerous entries and chose two standout winners from El Rancho Unified.

Rivera Middle School student, Brandon Preciado won the 12-14 year old category for his story called "Summoning." El Rancho High School student, Elyssa Torres won the 15-18 year old category for her story called "The Puppeteer."

Congratulations on your outstanding work!

Read both stories here:
Read More »
RSS Feed