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April 29, 2018

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

Now that the weather is finally warming up, here are a few reminders about the Rosemont Dress Code:

No strapless tops or dresses

No spaghetti straps

No midriffs

No halter tops

This is not the complete dress code, but here are some issues that are already beginning to come up. Students wearing these items will be asked to change or put on a loaner shirt. Repeated dress code infractions will result in school discipline.

Come out to Rosemont Community Park this Friday, March 4th, for the “Food Truck in the Park” event from 5 - 8. The Rosemont Faculty/Student Band will be providing entertainment! Remember that they have added a beer garden this year!

Seniors will gather for a grade-level assembly on Tuesday. We will remind them about end-of-the-year requirements, including the criteria for participation in the Graduation Ceremony.

From Boosters…

For seniors who are going on senior trip, there is a mandatory meeting for both seniors and their parents on May 22nd in the Cafeteria. This meeting is for finalizing all details for senior trip. Start time is 6 pm. Any questions, please contact Crystal & Clear Travel.

It’s time. For junior students and parents, your senior trip has been planned. Now is the time to get started with easy monthly affordable payments. Don’t wait until fall to sign up! Your payments will increase. Come out to learn about the details, including the discount for signing up early. This meeting is May 23rd at 6 pm in the Rosemont Library. If you have questions, please Contact Crystal & Clear Travel at (916) 761-9591.

Now for lots of good news…

At the first annual Sacramento Urban Debate League Gala, four Rosemont seniors shared their stories about how participation in debate has changed their lives. We were extremely proud of Jayden Watts, Kaitlyn Raymond, Serena Jones, and Lily Dearing, who represented Rosemont proudly. Mayor Steinburg was in attendance and shared his thoughts about the important role of debate, and the related skills, in effecting change in a challenging world.

On another note, senior Jayden Watts has been accepted to over 30 colleges, has earned six full-ride scholarships and a combined $1.1 million in scholarship money! What a fantastic Rosemont success story!

Chico State-bound Allyson Stogner pitched a perfect game on Thursday afternoon at home versus Union Mine HS. The team won the game 10-0 in 5 innings due to the mercy rule. Stogner faced 15 batters and retired them all. No runs, no hits, no errors on defense, and 11 strikeouts! The softball team also won their other game of the week, beating El Dorado 19-1. This sets the Wolverines up with the opportunity to win the league title in the final week of the regular season. Senior Night will be at home on Tuesday vs. Galt HS, and the final league game away at co-first place Liberty Ranch. Good luck, and finish strong, ladies!!

Baseball will wrap up their season this week with Senior Night on Wednesday versus Union Mine and away at Union Mine on Friday. Baseball currently sits in 3rd place, with an excellent opportunity to make the playoffs!

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