On September 18, 2009,
Erath High School will celebrate Homecoming. As in the past, we at
Erath Middle will join in many of the activities on that day. We
would like to extend to you our invitation to join us in our
celebration of EHS Homecoming. Please understand that Homecoming
Day is very hectic for us; therefore, we must have guidelines which
Classroom visitation will take place from 9:00 a.m. – 10:45
a.m. Most students will be with their homeroom teacher during
visitation, however some will be dispersed with other grade level
teachers. Students will be informed, at the beginning of Homecoming
week, where they will be during visitation. Please visit with your
children in their respective classrooms. Erath Middle students
will not be allowed to walk with their family members
around our school, nor will they be allowed to leave our campus to
visit other schools. Students will not be allowed to
check out prior to our 12:50 dismissal.
If a student is absent from school on Homecoming Day he/she will not
be allowed on campus for visitation or the parade. Students caught
doing this will be punished at school on their next day present.
We ask that you adhere to our visitation times in order for our
students to be allowed lunch and a break.
The Homecoming parade will be held at 12:30. Our students
will watch the parade in front of Erath Middle School. The students
will be asked to stay with their homeroom teachers.
Our cafeteria will be providing brown bag lunches to students who
wish to eat in the cafeteria. Students who normally bring their
lunch may do so.
After the parade students will return to their homeroom
class for dismissal. Bus dismissal will be at
approximately 12:50, and walker/car rider dismissal
will be at approximately 12:55, following normal pick
up procedure. We ask that parents pick up students in the
semi-circle. We regret the inconvenience this may cause, but we
need to ensure the safety of our students.
We hope that you can find
time to join us for the festivities. We are looking forward to
Yours in education,
Lynn G. Moss, Principal