• Wrestling Tournament - Rumble at the Rock

    December 20th


    Come in and support your Eagle Rock Wrestling Team during the annual Rumble at the Rock Tournament. The event will take place on Thursday, December 20th from 7AM - 6PM at the North GYM.

  • School Experience Survey

    Friday, December 7th

    The School Experience Survey is an annual survey administered in the fall to all LAUSD schools. Survey results provide LAUSD and schools with important feedback from teachers, staff, students and parents. Last year, our average completion for teachers, staff, students and parents was 45%. We can do better because your voice matters! The window is open until December 7.

    To access the online surveys, click on the following links:  Student Survey - English | Parent Survey - English | Staff Survey | Parent Survey - Spanish | Parent Survey - Korean | Student Survey - Spanish

  • IB Open House

    ERHS will be hosting IB tours from 8am-9:30am on the following dates: January 24th, February 21st, March 7th, and April 11th. Register Here

  • IB Personal Project Exhibition

    View Online Entries

    The IB Personal Project Exhibition will be on display from May 14th through May 25th in room S7A. Take a look at our online entries here: IB Exhibition

Upcoming Events

Professional Development Day/Faculty Meeting

Tuesday, Dec. 11th

FINALS (Per 1, 2, 3, 4)

Tuesday, Dec. 11th

Drop Hold DRILL – Period 6

Wednesday, Dec. 12th

SCO- TPumps

Wednesday, Dec. 12th 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Make-A-Wish movie night

Wednesday, Dec. 12th 5:00pm - 8:00pm

20-Week/ FINAL GRADES DUE @ 10:30AM

Thursday, Dec. 13th




Announcements for the Week of Dec. 10th

Hello, Eagles, 

This is Mrs. Keipp with your weekly update. There will be three messages-one for Academics, Athletics, and Arts, the second about celebrations, and the third is the School Experience Survey. Messages two and three are e-mails only. All information will be posted on our website (erhs.la) and weekly bulletin on Schoology.

In Academics:

  1. Fall Semester is wrapping up! Finals are scheduled for December 10 and 11. Grades are due on December 13, 10:30am. December 14 is a minimum day with a 12:30p dismissal. More information is available at http://erhs.la/calendar.

In Arts:

LAUSD Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy

Dear Parents and Guardians of Eagle Rock Jr./Sr. High School

 The Los Angeles Unified School District approved a new LAUSD Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy in June of 2018 which was developed with the meaningful consultation of Title I parents and family members from each Local District.  The Every Student Succeeds Act recognizes that parents are a child's first teacher and should have the opportunity to become involved in their child's education.  The LAUSD Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy will be mailed to parents who qualify for Title I funding of opportunities to participate in the design and implementation of the Title I program.

Halloween Skit: A Performance to Die for

by Natalie Mc Michael

As the year winds down to an end, most of the Eagle Rock High School students look forward to one thing before Thanksgiving and Christmas break: Halloween Skit! During lunch on October 31st, the new juniors and seniors had their first battle against each other in front of the whole school. Their goal was to woo the crowd with their charming leads, intricate stunts, and most importantly, their interesting story line which is the most vital part to skit.

Red is the New Yes: Teachers Strike Stalled Due to Legal Impasse

by Hunter Tidwell-Prediletto

In our last issue, we reported the various issues that drove the upcoming teachers’ strike in LA. The scheduled date was the beginning of October, but it was postponed due to the lengthy legal process behind union action. Mr. Montamayor, UTLA chapter chair, estimates that we have about a month and a half before action is permitted, sometime around late November.

Pearl's Perspective: How to be a Vegan in High School

by Pearl Buckley

Have you ever thought about going vegan but thought it too daunting a goal? Or, perhaps you’ve never considered veganism, but want to know more. Well, veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose. The key words here are possible and practicable. This may seem difficult as a highschooler but with some effort, veganism is entirely doable. All it takes is a little preparation, and you’ll be munching on tofu with the best of them.

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