Announcement for May 31st

Hello, Eagles, This is Mrs. Keipp with the first of four announcements. The first is about the last week of school and other updates. The second message is about Measure EE and the election on June 4. The third message will go to eighth graders. The last message will go to twelfth graders. 

  1. Aloha! Thank you to ASB for a festive Aloha dance to celebrate our Class of 2019!
  2. For the last week of school, we have regular day schedules and finals on Monday and Tuesday. The rest of the week are minimum days with advisory (12:30pm dismissal). Please see our website for more details.
  3. Culmination and graduation take place outside in venues with stadium seating. Eagle Rock cushions are on sale now for $10 at the student store. Get yours while supplies last!
  4. Culmination is at our stadium on Wednesday, June 5, from 8:30am-10am. Tickets are not needed.

Graduation will be at Occidental College on Thursday, June 6, at 6:15p. Every person attending must have a ticket, per our contract with Oxy.  If you want to tune in ,it will be l on our website. The live feed starts 5:30, show starts 5:45, graduates walk in at 6:15.

  1. Our Community School application was submitted to LAUSD today. Thank you to each of you who contributed to the plan!
  2. False fire alarms take fire fighters away from actual emergencies. Also, students with sensitivity to loud noises and flashing lights have been affected. Additionally, the fire marshal continues to reprimand us for vehicles parked in red zones and have begun towing.
  3. Off campus, we are thankful to ERNC for donating Slow Down signs around school. Leave a few minutes earlier, be safe, and continue to be mindful as you come and leave campus.

Measure EE: What’s Your Plan to Vote on Tuesday, June 4?

Tuesday, June 4 is Election Day! Polls open at 7AM and close at 8PM.

If you vote by mail, you should have already received your ballot and should mail it back right away. If you

can't find it, you can vote at any polling place – just ask for a provisional ballot.

To find your polling place for June 4 visit

Regardless of how you vote, it’s important to make your voice heard on Measure EE, a 16 cent per square

foot local school funding parcel tax on the June 4th ballot.

Measure EE funds would be used to:

• Reduce class sizes

• Attract and retain high-quality teachers and school employees

• Provide safe, clean and supportive school environments

For more information about Measure EE and voting, visit