40488 S Stanly School Rd, Norwood, NC 28128, United States
7227 Old US Highway 52, Lexington, NC 27295, United States
261 Oak Valley Blvd, Advance, NC 27006, United States
175 Saint Luke Church Rd
Salisbury NC 28146
300 N Whitehead Ave, Spencer, NC 28159, United States
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As we gear up to enjoy the Winter Olympics beginning February 8th, we want to encourage all of our students to join in our new reading challenge, “Go for the Gold” through April 11, 2018.
Grades 3-12 Challenge
For our students in grades 3-12, complete the following Achieve3000 Reading Challenge for articles read this year at 75% through April 11, and you will receive the following:
· Read 40 + articles - an RSS Extraordinary Reader T-Shirt - for those who have not received one
· Read 60 articles - an RSS Extraordinary Reader Magnet
· Read 70 articles - an RSS Extraordinary Reader Magnet and Vinyl Cling
· Read 80 articles - an RSS Extraordinary Reader Magnet, Vinyl Cling and Yard Sign
Remember to “GO FOR THE GOLD” and continue to strengthen those reading muscles!
As a former Mustang, I am proud to now be walking the halls as the principal of where I was inspired to go into education. As principal of ERHS, one of my goals is to provide a safe learning environment in which all students have the opportunity to experience engaging moments of learning everyday. Also, it is important to me to work in partnership with our families and community, as I see school, family and community as an interdependent unit. I always go back to the African proverb, "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." Working together, there is no limit to what our students of ERHS can achieve. Go Mustangs!
January's Mustang of the Month
"Joanna has been the foundation of the EC Department for the past couple years. The past couple years have been challenging as we have been short staffed and never short of students to serve. She is always collaborating with teachers and working with our students.
She has taken on more responsibility and deserves to be recognized for all that she does for students everyday."
-Mrs. Kathy Stolfi
Six students selected to the National Honors Choir at Carnegie Hall in NYC.
Congratulations to Melinda, a East Rowan sophomore flute player who was accepted to both the Carnegie Hall High School Honors Performance Series Honor Band and the Sydney Opera House Honor Band in Australia!