News and Announcements

ERUSD School of Choice Fair

The El Rancho Unified School District is hosting a School of Choice Fair for our community. Families are welcome to come out and discover the range of educational opportunities and options available across all ERUSD schools. The event will be held on Saturday, March 9th from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Salazar High School cafeteria. Please see the attached flyer for more details about the event. We hope you can join us!

Local Control Accountability Plan Parent Survey

We would like to kindly request your input as we work to update and add to our Local Control Accountability Plan. We would like to hear your thoughts on your school’s efforts to promote academic achievement and well-being as well as how your school works to engage its families in the school community. You can provide your feedback by completing the survey found under the Parents tab. Please submit the survey by Wednesday, December 12, 2018. Thank you!

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All Clear

At 12:24 p.m, the District was notified by the Sheriff’s Department that students could be released and that there is no longer a concern. Afterschool programs will proceed and dismiss as normal.

All Measures Are Precautionary Only

All measures taken are precautionary only. There is no other threat or air quality issues known at this time. Slauson is closed between Passons and Pioneer. Please stay clear of that area.

Controlled Release:

Please know that students at Rivera Elementary, Rivera Middle, Birney, Magee and STEAM will not be released to walk home today and must be picked up by an adult identified on the emergency contact list. Afternoon preschool classes at Rivera Elementary, Birney and Magee have been cancelled. Students who participate in afterschool programs will follow the same dismissal. All of these measures are precautionary due to a train derailment nearby.

Urgent Update

As a precaution, Rivera Elementary School, Rivera Middle School, and STEAM Academy@Burke are currently on shelter in place and the District’s Emergency Operation Center has been initiated due to a train derailment.

El Rancho Unified Schools are Prepared for an Emergency

As a parent/guardian, you should be aware that student safety is a top priority in our district. We provide ongoing emergency response training to school staff and administrators. Emergency drills are performed on a regular basis during the school year in a variety of formats. Procedures to be followed during these drills are updated on a regular basis to reflect "best practice" procedures as defined by first response agencies to ensure that students and staff are aware of the most effective and safest emergency responses.

Please see the attached flyer which contains information that will assist you before, during, and in the event of an emergency.
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