SRBX (Sacramento Regional Builders Exchange) is hosting a variety of events for women in construction (WIC) week that will last the entire month. Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom met with SRBX WIC members supporting women and girls building careers in the construction industry. Mrs. Watson took a number of students (Mehak Wallia, Reesa Costuna, Nadia Aguilar, Kathia Sanchez, Moriah Carri, Amanda Carson, Kelsie Siewell) to the event, where they met and had a photograph taken with Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom!
Luis was nominated for our Go Build California Trades scholarship. The AGC Construction Education Foundation (AGC CEF) Board of Directors as well as the Go Build California Advisory committee enjoyed reviewing Luis’ nomination form – the construction industry needs a strong, talented generation of future workforce and they are so glad to know Luis’ goal is to be part of it!
Students in Mrs. Watson’s Principals of Engineering course took part in the careers in energy contest. Winners Jennifer Castillo (1st place) and Kerill Mosechuk (2nd place) were presented with cash and prizes from the CA energy & utility workforce consortium.
Students from CREATE visited the Ice Blocks construction project on R Street with their mentors, Ike (Lionakis Architects), Mike (Nacht & Lewis Architects), and Ryan (Ascent Builders). After the tour of the mixed use project, the team headed over to take a tour of the offices of Nacht & Lewis – a repurposed paint store. The CREATE team’s challenge this year is to plan, design, and budget the repurposing of the paint shop at the railyards. Presentations are in March.
Last weekend, Rosemont High school obtained a coveted
Tournament of Champions bid on the national circuit of policy
debate. Of the thousands of high schools that participate in policy
debate nationwide, only around two dozen may boast they have
earned this distinction. Few public high schools are able to succeed
on this level as policy debate is the most rigorous academic activity
We are continuing our work to build a world-class high school here in Rosemont. The school climate is safe, orderly, and structured. School pride among students and staff is at an all-time high! Our teachers are working collaboratively in all content areas to plan quality instruction and align best practices. This year, we have added a focus on Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)
ASB cards will be available to purchase August 28th or you can visit our web store today. Take advantage of these great savings! Students will receive: free admittance to athletic events, discounted price on their yearbook and discounted dance tickets too.