At Saturday’s Ensemble Music Festival, which included 28 schools from around the region, Rosemont musicians had what Mr. Neff considers their finest performance ever.
Orchestra, who performed at the festival for the very first time, earned a Superior rating for performance and an Excellent rating for sight reading! Wind ensemble earned unanimous Superior ratings, with honors.
This means that Rosemont had their greatest day in program history!!
Rosemont’s own, Joe Dickson, participated in the opening day ceremonies for College Glen Little League on Saturday, March 9th. Joe has been playing for College Glen Little League for over 6th years and has the distinction of being their oldest player this year.
In keeping with tradition, the oldest player in the league participates in the opening day ceremonies. Joe acted as catcher and received a ceremonial first pitch from the leagues youngest player and then caught another pitch from the leagues “special guest” Mayor Darrell Steinberg.
Congratulations to D’Angelo Smalley who got the once in a lifetime chance at meeting former President Barack Obama.
Five years ago today, in the aftermath of Trayvon Martin’s tragic killing, I launched My Brother’s Keeper, an initiative designed to expand opportunity and break down the barriers that our boys and young men of color face. In the years since, My Brother’s Keeper has fought for meaningful policy reforms—reforms that are making a real difference not just for young men, but for young women, too.
On Wednesday, April 3rd, 20 of Ms. Snider’s environmental science students went on a field trip to the UC Davis Arboretum. Also chaperoning were Ms. Cave-Sosa and Mrs. Rohrer.
The students received a formal tour by hosts Maya and Mia. The tour took in a variety of native plants, and students learned about pollinators such as butterflies and hummingbirds and the important roles they play in keeping our plants alive and thriving.
After 6 weeks of design and build, the RHS Robotics team put its
competition robot (Gv2.1) in a sealed bag, per the rules of the game. A second robot (Gv2.0) is being finalized for practice and
prototyping and should be fully operational by mid-week.
Every year, the game that FIRST presents has a theme. This year
the theme is in honor of the 1969 lunar landing. The game is called
“Destination: Deep Space.” The team is tasked with escaping a
planetoid that is susceptible to severe dust storms.