Is your student a junior or senior considering athletics at the collegiate level? Any student who has even the slightest interest in collegiate-level athletics should register with the NCAA Eligibility Center – preferably at the beginning of their junior year of high school. This is required of students who have interest in NCAA-governed athletic programs.
To get more information about NCAA eligibility, go to https://web3.ncaa.org/ecwr3/
SPORTS and ACTIVITIES
Thank you to athletes, coaches and parents for a fantastic Fall sports season! Tennis, football, flag football, and cross country running are wrapping up their seasons with volleyball shortly thereafter.
Sign ups for Winter sports have started. Please make sure to check the ERHS website for all necessary paperwork, fees and information on sports physicals:
A reminder to our freshmen athletes
: Incoming freshmen are deemed eligible during the first quarter, however ALL students are expected to maintain grades at the end of 1st
Quarter. Students who lose grade eligibility will be notified and pulled off of teams. 1st Quarter ends Oct. 20th
ZANGLE and GRADES
It’s easy to stay connected with your Zangle Parent Connect and see your student’s progress at ERHS. It is never too early to be in communication with your child’s teacher and make sure that we all support your child academically. If you have any questions regarding a specific grade or missing assignments, please contact your child’s teacher. Teachers’ names are hyperlinked in both the Parent Connect and Student Connect, making it easy to click on the teacher’s name and send an email.
Students also have the ability to go online and access their grades through Zangle Student Connect. This helps students stay on track and see their individual progress just like Parent Connect. It is important for students to be accountable for their progress and know where they are standing in each of their classes. Please encourage your child to use this useful tool to build on their success at school. With both parents and students having access to this information, great conversations can be held at home.
Please allow time for teachers to grade assignments and tests. Don’t expect that the grades will be posted on the same day the assignments are due. If it appears that your child’s information has not been updated within the last two weeks, feel free to contact the teacher. Keep in mind though, even in the fast-paced world of the Internet, quality grading and feedback still take time.