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Victoria Milovanova, Alma Lansky, Cricket St. John, Sasha Aminpour, Jasper Liker and Charlotte Mobasser.

Sock Drive – El Rodeo first graders collected new socks to be donated to One Voice, an organization that provides support for children in Head Start programs

El Rodeo first graders collected new socks to be donated to One Voice, an organization that provides support for children in Head Start programs throughout Los Angeles. The students collected more than 600 pairs of socks and celebrated their achievement with a Sock Hop party. Pictured (from left): Victoria Milovanova, Alma Lansky, Cricket St. John, Sasha Aminpour, Jasper Liker and Charlotte Mobasser. 6:13 pm Read More

Fulfill A Wish – El Rodeo PTA mom Molly Corey has helped ER students lead the charge in a “Fulfill A Wish For A Foster Child” fundraiser at the school

L-Toy El Rodeo PTA mom Molly Corey has helped ER students lead the charge in a “Fulfill A Wish For A Foster Child” fundraiser at the school. The fundraiser works with Hillsides in Pasadena, a nonprofit organization devoted to providing quality housing and support services to foster children. Hillsides currently houses 63 foster children and the El Rodeo PTA reached out and had each child list three items they wanted for Christmas. Pictured (from left): El Rodeo students Vanessa Goldman, Daniella Spero, Jack Lanzer and Nick Walker with care packages for the Hillsides children. 5:40 pm Read More

Big Winners – The El Rodeo Middle School Concert Band and Chamber String Orchestra were both winners at the Forum Music Festival Judges’ Invitational

L-SchoolKids The El Rodeo Middle School Concert Band and Chamber String Orchestra were both top trophy winners at the Forum Music Festival Judges' Invitational Competition held at Fullerton College last Friday. Competition included ensembles from all over California, Arizona and Nevada. The judges, who used a nationally-recognized scoring rubric, praised El Rodeo students for their superior musical performances, and awarded scores that placed El Rodeo among the top 10 percent in the nation. Pictured, (from left): First row-Sasha Avakyan, Jaida Rocha, Elliot Katz, Quincy Smith, Ryan Dubin, Aidan Dveirin and Elijah Talassazan; 2nd row-Trevor Dohm, Nolan Dzubak, Sam Wolf, Matthew Smoller, Sam Behboodi, Joey Austin and Erika Butler; 3rd row-Oliver Booth, Ben Lifschitz, Ari Maman, Cole Parker, Matthew Kassorla, Lina Chen, Celine Albarian, Tamar Shoumer, Dr. Andrea Kay, Alex McDermott and Harrison Stone; Top row-Jack Wilson, Ryan Fernandez, Nolan Krutonog, James Blauvelt, Matthew Allana, Jared Warren, Luke Jankowski, Ian MacDonald, Brian Rund and Jacob Lee. 5:30 pm Read More

Fun Run – El Rodeo held its annual Fun Run on Wednesday, which included a picnic lunch for parents and the students having their annual fun run

El Rodeo students Yalli Koren-Pinto, Madison Friedman and Olivia Friedman El Rodeo held its annual Fun Run on Wednesday, which included a picnic lunch for parents and the students having their annual fun run, with food supplied by Upper Crust Pizza. El Rodeo Principal Kevin Allen and Erica Friedman worked hard to coordinate the event, which is one of the premier fundraising events annually for the school. “A school is so much more than the walls that house it. It is the community that joins together in support of children. Our Fun Run is just one example of how our school, in spite of the construction we are experiencing, continues to be a vibrant community where children learn, grow and play with the strong support of an active community and staff.” said Allen. Pictured above: El Rodeo students Yalli Koren-Pinto, Madison Friedman and Olivia Friedman 6:28 pm Read More

Lots O’ Latkes – Students and parents celebrated cultures from around the world Wednesday at El Rodeo with a little of this, and a little of that

v-latkes-at-Multi-Cultural-Day-ER Students and parents celebrated cultures from around the world Wednesday at El Rodeo with a little of this, and a little of that. Each student carried a “passport” that was “stamped” at each new booth, where they tasted the offerings from different countries. From left: Frances Bilak, Dorit Abramov, Laura Abramov and Chana Mann celebrate Israel with latkes and applesauce. 5:32 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – El Rodeo Cleared Of Seismic Risk

The California Geological Survey (CGS) gave its final approval of the seismic investigations at El Rodeo school Monday and determined that there are no active faults at the school, giving the district the green light to move forward in developing the site as part of its Measure E school building program. 6:17 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – El Rodeo Cleared Of Seismic Risk

The California Geological Survey (CGS) gave its final approval of the seismic investigations at El Rodeo school on Monday and determined that there are no active faults at the school, giving the district the green light to move forward in developing the site as part of its Measure E school building program. 12:18 pm Read More

Follow Principal Allen To The Book Fair – El Rodeo Principal Kevin Allen headed to his school library this week to shoot a promo video for the Monster El Rodeo Book Fair which starts Nov. 16 at 8 a.m. in the library

L-bookday El Rodeo Principal Kevin Allen headed to his school library this week to shoot a promo video letting students and parents know that the Monster El Rodeo Book Fair starts Nov. 16 at 8 a.m. in the library. This year’s scholastic book fair will feature R.L. Stine’s very first Goosebumps book. “Your brains will be teased with all the reading selections available just for you!” Allen exclaims on the video. The week-long El Rodeo book fair runs through Friday, Nov. 20 at 3:30 p.m. Allen promises: “Reading is so fun....you’ll get goosebumps!” 5:44 pm Read More

Read All About It – Last week El Rodeo 4th graders completed an amazingly successful used book drive. With the help of Milk and Bookies, they collected an unbelievable 4,100 children’s books.

L-BookDrive Last week El Rodeo 4th graders completed an amazingly successful used book drive.  With the help of Milk and Bookies, they collected, sorted and packaged an unbelievable 4,100 children's books.  On Friday, El Rodeo students took a field trip to 96th Street Elementary School in Los Angeles to hand-deliver the books and read with their students.  Pictured: 96th Street Elementary student reads with El Rodeo 4th graders Anna Lane-Marvis, and Yalli Koren Pinto. 5:35 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – El Rodeo Cupola Removed, School To Resume Monday

Just hours after the Board of Education unanimously voted late Thursday night to approve a $5.9 million construction contract with PCN3, Inc. to create interim portable classrooms at Beverly Hills High School and El Rodeo School, the perilous cupola atop El Rodeo's tower was on its way down. By 8 a.m. this morning, Board President Brian Goldberg confirmed it had been taken down. 5:54 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – El Rodeo To Remain Closed Through Weekend As Cupola Comes Down And Scaffolding Goes Up

El Rodeo's Precarious Cupola Following Wednesday evening's emergency Board of Education meeting, El Rodeo is expected to remain closed at least until Monday. Superintendent Steve Kessler made the decision to close down the K-8 school early this morning after he was informed that the cupola atop El Rodeo's tower had shifted and risked falling down in the event of even a minor earthquake. After Kessler consulted with several district officials, at 8:15 a.m. this morning, El Rodeo Principal Kevin Allen emailed families that the school was being closed immediately. 11:44 pm Read More