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Monday, September, 3rd office will be closed in Observance of Labor Day.  Every Wednesday is Modified Day - TK & Kinder dismiss at 12:05 pm and grades 1-5 dismiss at 1:05 pm.
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Upcoming Events

Gift Bag Stuffing and Potluck
Date: 12/13/2018, 5 PM 6 PM
Birney T-shirt Day
Date: 12/14/2018
Winter Break - No School

School Closed in observance of winter break Date: 12/17/2018, 3 PM 4 PM
Winter Break - No School

School Closed in observance of winter break Date: 12/18/2018, 3 PM 4 PM
Winter Break - No School

School Closed in observance of winter break Date: 12/19/2018, 3 PM 4 PM

News & Announcements

FREE Parenting Classes for TK-2nd Grade Parents Beginning Oct. 30

Parenting Class

There is an opportunity ERUSD is offering in partnership with Alma Family Services. Beginning Tuesday, October 30th, there will be a Making Parenting a Pleasure (MPAP) course offered for ERUSD parents in English from 4:00-6:00pm. Parents can register for the class by contacting Alma Family Services. The course is targeted to parents of children ages 0-8. Unfortunately, there will not be any childcare provided.

Great Shake Out October 18 at 10:18 am

Shake Out

Are you prepared? What we do to prepare now, before the next big earthquake, will determine how well we can survive and recover. Register for Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills at www.ShakeOut.org/register to join your community in practicing earthquake safety.

Mosquito Concerns

Vector Control District

Vector Control Districts across the southland are dealing with three new aggressive, day-biting invasive mosquitoes. These mosquitoes pose significant concerns because of their potential to rapidly spread viruses such as Zika, dengue, and chikungunya if the viruses are imported into Los Angeles County. So far, this has not happened, which is why we need to remain diligent.

Vector Control Districts get calls daily from school administrators and parents complaining about serious mosquito problems on campus.

While mosquitoes are very difficult to control, there is a LOT that you can do to reduce your risks. PLEASE review the flyer.

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