Student learning is the
chief priority for the school.
instructional practices should incorporate a variety of learning
activities to accommodate differences in learning styles.
Exceptional students (e.g.,
special education, limited English proficiency, talented and gifted,
etc.) require special services and resources.
A studentís self-esteem is
enhanced by positive relationships and mutual respect among and between
students and staff.
Students learn to make
appropriate decisions when they are given a supportive and challenging
parents, and the community share the responsibility for advancing the
Schools need to function as
learning organizations and promote opportunities for all those who have
a stake in the success of the school to work together as a community of
crest was designed during the 1980-81 school year. A banner
stretches across the top of the crest, or coat of arms, representing the
desired characteristics of Erath High School student, Truth, Honor, and
Loyalty . The upper left third of the coat of arms contains a
winged foot symbolizing girls and boys sports is an integral part of the
Erath High School curriculum. In the top right third of the crest,
an ear of corn, an oil well, a gear, and a feather represent the the
fact that the Erath community have always played a large part in the
Erath schools. The items in the bottom third of the coat of arms
are symbolic of the importance of the education and culture which
are made available to all students at Erath High School.