Dear Parents and Students of the Class of 2026,
On Monday, February 7th, from 6 to 8 p.m., Erie High School would like to welcome the incoming class of 2026 to our official registration night! Please indicate your attendance HERE. This evening, students – with the help of their parents and EHS Counselors, teachers, and administrators – will add their desired courses into the Academic Planner tool in Infinite Campus. To aid in this process, students and parents should take advantage of the resources on Erie High School’s Course Description Website ahead of February 7th. Here are the resources that incoming freshmen and their parents will find most helpful in preparing for our official registration night on February 7th:
Note: This evening is for students who have further registration questions and still need to input their course requests into Academic Plan on Infinite Campus. If your student has already completed this step and you have no further questions, there is no need to attend the registration event on February 7th.
What should students bring with them on February 7th:
- Their charged, district issued iPad (does not apply to students newly enrolled to St. Vrain)
- A completed Course Planning Sheet
Upon arrival, students and their parents will be assigned to an EHS classroom where we will begin the following agenda promptly at 6 p.m. Students and parents need only stay long enough to complete registration in the Academic Plan tool in Infinite Campus.
6:00 – 6:15
Welcome Matt Buchler, Principal
Counselor Introductions EHS Counseling Team
Registering in Infinite Campus Liz Russell, Assistant Principal
6:15 – 8:00
Registration in Academic Plan tool in Infinite Campus*
*EHS counselors, teachers, and administrators available for registration questions and technical support during this time
So we can best plan for this event, we ask that parents of incoming freshmen of the Class of 2026 indicate their attendance on THIS FORM by Monday, January 31, 2022.
We look forward to seeing you in person on February 7th at 6 p.m.!