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Goblin Chase Applications Due Wednesday October 18th

It’s that time of year again. The Goblin Chase will be on Monday, October 30th during 6/7 period. Permission slips are due on Wednesday, October 18th before the end of the day.  Goblin Chase Permission Slip (1)

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Positivity! Pass it on!

With all the things happening in the world around us, the SBOs have decided they want to do a week of sharing the positive. How incredible is that? They will be collaborating with the PTSA and the NJHS on this project. This week they will be doing various things to keep the positive going at […]

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What goes well with a band concert? Hot dogs!

This week on Wednesday evening from Our Semi-Annual Hot Dog Roast is back: Tuesday, October 10th from 5:30-6:30 This event is for the entire family. The Band Concert starts @ 7:00. Join us for dinner, and stay for the concert.

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Parent Teacher Conferences are Here!

Parent Teacher Conference: is Wed Oct 11th from 4-8 and Thur Oct 12th from 4-7:30. Come meet your student’s teachers and let’s work as a team towards school-wide success!

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Looking for Lunch Cashiers

Dear Parents, The kitchen is looking for cashier’s, hours from 10:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. and we have 2 – 3.5 hours positions in the kitchen. Hours are from 9:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Please contact Holly Taylor at 801-412-2823 for more info. We would love to have you work with us. ERMS Admin

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Chalk Artists add Beauty to ERMS on Friday

After 2:00 PM this Friday, students, families and community members are invited to visit the Chalk art festival, themed, “Dia de los Muertos”.  So many amazing designs were submitted, Mollie Gonzales, sponsor and art teacher, along with a group of other teachers was unable to narrow down the submissions. We can’t wait to see the […]

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Free Spotlight Skate @ Classic Fun Center – THIS FRIDAY!!

Admission is free for students and their families. Skate, blades, and scooter rentals cost between $2 – $5. Other activities are available at a discount of $3 each. The discounts continue! Dinner deals for $3 are also available Don’t miss out on the fun! Join wapiti on wheels for guaranteed fun on Friday Night!

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Picture Day is September 6th

Brush your hair and put on your favorite shirt! Picture day is coming soon. On Wednesday, September 6th, all students will have their pictures taken. Families have an option to purchase pictures. Prices and packages are listed below.

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Dropping of kids? Picking them up?

Here at ERMS, safety is our number one concern. Please adhere to the following guidelines both when dropping students off in the morning, and when picking them up after school.  We always appreciate the support we get from our community! 1. Please pull forward (East past the crosswalk) as far as possible when at the school, this […]

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ERMS School-Wide Disclosure

Disclosures were sent home today. Please go over it with your student, and acknowledge you’ve received it by signing the bottom half and returning it with your student to give to second period teachers tomorrow. Thanks! ERMS School Wide Disclosure

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More info coming soon.

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Mr. Andrew Baggs School Psychologist
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Ms. Cindy Benton Instructional Coach
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Ms. Camille Cook Last Names D-J
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Alicia Giovi Dance Teacher Fine Arts

Begin at 10200 S. and Old Bingham Hwy. (approx. 6000 W.); northeast along Old Bingham Hwy. (south side) to 9000 S.; east along 9000 S. (south side) to 3200 W.; south along 3200 W. (west side) to 11400 S.; west along 11400 S. (north side) to 4000 W.; north along 4000 W. (east side) to the dry creek bed (approx.10945 S.); northwest along the dry creek bed (west of Walnut Canyon Ln., east side) to approx.10200 S. and approx. 4335 W.; west along approx. 10200 S. (north side) to Old Bingham Hwy. (approx. 6000 W.)

2017 – 2018

Utah PTA Mission Statement

To support and speak on behalf of children and youth in schools, in the community, and before governmental bodies and other organization that make decisions affecting children. To assist parents in developing their skill they need to raise and protect their children. To encourage parent and public involvement in the public schools of this nation.

The Purpose of PTA

To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, community, and place of worship.  To raise the standards of home life. To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth. To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate more intelligently in the education of children and youth. To develop between educators and the general public such untied efforts as will secure for all children and youth the highest advantages in physical, social, and spiritual education.

What Does Utah PTA Do?

  • Actively works in schools and communities to improve the lives of all children with a highly diverse volunteer membership which donates thousands of hours of time to benefit the children in local public schools
  • Seeks to benefit the education, safety and welfare of children and families by working with local business, organizations and community leaders to develop the common community  bonds that further local values and goals and  strengthen homes, families, and communities
  • Provides an outreach opportunity for parents’ voices through a grass-roots organization that speaks on behalf of children and youth regarding public education
  • Advocates for all children following legislative bills that are supported by resolutions
  • Is the watchdog organization for School Trust Lands money
  • Sponsors programs for children including Reflections, Hope for Tomorrow, Battle of the Bands and Teen Dating Violence Awareness, and Prevention Week, Gold Medal Schools

 

PTSA Bylaws