March 27, 2017

Summer of Service 2017

It’s time to get ready for Summer of Service 2017! Applications are now available after school in the library. Remember that everyone who participates receives 5 elective credits on their transcript. See Mr. Alvarez for more information. Space is limited.


Sports Update

Tennis continued to stay perfect in league play by beating Liberty Ranch on Wednesday afternoon. The tennis team is currently sitting at 1st place in league standings!

The track and field team saw several competitions this week. In their 1st league competition against Cordova HS, both varsity squads won the head to head matchup and were led by dominating performances from Jaylen Ward and Nalani Martinez, who won their respective 100m, and 200m races with ease. The field events saw huge wins with Calee’ Reid, Bolurin Olaleye, Harry Vu, Mele Vaiomo’Unga, Luke Worden and Anna Danchin – all earning marks that either tied previous performances or became new personal bests. The team then competed at the Mark Macres Invitational this past Saturday in a loaded field of competition. While there were not as many top finishers this time around, there were still many personal best performances, which is the real measure of progress. The team picks up competition again this Wednesday against El Dorado before a select group of athletes head out Saturday to the prestigious Stanford Invitational, where Nalani Martinez and Jaylen Ward qualified for the 100m dash, Dalonte Baskerville qualified for the 400m dash, and relays on both sides will have the opportunity to compete in front of a large group of college coaches. Our athletes will also watch top college and professional athletes compete in their respective events!


College Admissions

Congratulations to all seniors who are receiving college admission notifications! We want to hear from you! Don’t forget to fill out your good news cards with your English 12 teachers, telling us about your college admissions, scholarship offers, sports accomplishments and personal accomplishments! Also, don’t forget to check the scholarship binder in the library!


Cheerleader Tryouts

It’s that time of the year again for cheer tryouts! Tryouts start Tuesday, March 28th-31st in the little gym from 3:30-5:30, Thursday from 2:30-4:30 and Friday from 3:30-6. Everyone must wear a white shirt with black bottoms everyday with their hair up. Make sure to bring lots of water and your spirit!


Junior Prom

Did you hear about what’s going on at Prom? No?, let me tell you. With the Old Hollywood theme there will be red carpet, VIP treatment, food and refreshments, 103.5’s DJ, a photobooth and so much more for you to find out! So make sure you purchase your tickets online or at student store for $28 with ASB, and $30 without! Don’t forget that guest passes are due today, no exceptions. And to get in the prom spirit everyone is welcome to participate in next weeks spirit week. Starting out with Monday flannel day, Tuesday twin day, on Wednesdays we wear pink, Thursday is dress to impress, and finally Friday class color day. Dress up next week and show your spirit for the class of 2018.


Community College Application

Reminder! All seniors who are planning to attend community college need to complete the application, orientation, assessment and meet with a community college counselor by April 1st in order to get priority registration. To apply to your local community college, visit Questions? See your counselor after school, during lunch or make an appointment.


Summer Internship

Looking for a summer internship? Do you want to work in the state capitol, meet with the elected officials and state leaders, experience a court trial first hand and earn a $350 stipend this summer. If so, current seniors and juniors are eligible to apply. The application can also be found on the senior and junior page of the Rosemont website. The deadline is April 7, 2017


Free Item At Student Store for 3-27

Katie Zhezheryz, Steven Tran