April 15, 2018

CAASPP testing for juniors begins this week. All students follow a block schedule on Tuesday and Wednesday. On Tuesday, all students attend their 1st, 3rd, and 5th period classes. On Wednesday, they attend their 2nd, 4th, and 6th period classes. School ends at 2:57, as usual, each day.

Families, please note that there is no parking in the fire lanes on the access road to the sports fields. Cars that are parked in the fire lanes will be ticketed. Those lanes must remain open for emergency vehicle access.

The spring musical, The Music Man! Is here. Performances are in the Auditorium Wednesday, 4/18 through Saturday, 4/21. Doors open at 6, and start time is 6:30 pm

Junior Prom is Saturday, 4/21 from 8 – 11 pm in the large gym.

 “Back to the Future”, the Rosemont Adult Prom, sponsored by PTSA, is almost here! The event is from 6 pm – midnight on April 28th, at the Dante Club on Fair Oaks Blvd. Tickets for this adults-only event are $65 each, and $120 per pair. Doors open at 6. Dinner is served at 7, and dancing starts at 8:00. Silent Auction and No host bar. Tickets are available on the Rosemont website. RSVP by April 18th.

Boosters Tri-tip Dinner is Here! Place your orders now through April 30th.  For detailed information about the meals, please visit the Boosters website.

SMUD is offering paid internships this summer for any junior or senior who is 16 years or older by June of 2018, who has a 2.5 GPA, can provide his or her own transportation, and will be able to work full-time from June 25th – August 3. Applications must be received by 5 pm on Friday, May 4th. For more information, please contact Ms. Kamilos or Ms. Orozco.

The Rosemont Communication Association sponsors the “Food Trucks in the Park” event the first Friday of each month from 5 – 8 pm in the Rosemont Community Park. This year, in addition to all of the food trucks and entertainment, they have added a beer garden! The next event is Friday, March 4th.

Now for some good news…

Rosemont debaters Kaitlyn Raymond and Jayden Watts received votes from coaches around the country to be selected as among the top 25 high school debate students in the nation! Although they did not make the top 25, they were in a select group of students who received votes. Amazing. Congratulations to these two outstanding students for gaining national acclaim for their accomplishments.

The varsity baseball team went 2-1 in their games this week. Our Wolverines split the two games with Galt and got a forfeit win over Union Mine. Softball went 1-2 with their win over Galt and losses to Liberty Ranch and non-league opponent, Christian Brothers. Wednesday was Senior Night for the swim team with our last home meet. With a shortened season, this is where all of our hard work and morning practices paid off. The Rosemont ladies swam wonderfully and won their first meet of the season, defeating Galt 82-67! The Rosemont men’s team had three races where the finish came down to tenths of a second; but they were narrowly defeated 59-64. It was difficult to see Angel Childs, Ary Chacon, Ava Wallace, Connor Edwards, and Kariya Huddleston compete in the Rosemont pool for the last time. We know that they helped usher in a new generation for the wolverine aquatics program.