March 12, 2018

To gather data about our families’ perception of school safety and connectedness, the district has launched the annual School Climate Survey.  Parent’s perception of safety and connectedness is one of the state’s priorities for education. This is the first time our district has implemented a wide-ranging survey of these measures for families. The data will be reported in the LCAP at the district level. The survey can be taken on a mobile device, tablet, or laptop. We are encouraging families to take the survey online, but printable family surveys may be download from the district website and can be made available at the front office.

School Site Council, ELAC, and the Safety Committee meet Tuesday, March 13th at 3:15 in the large conference room.

Students who choose to participate in the planned Student Walkout on Wednesday, March 14th, from 10:00 – 10:17, will be directed to the Cafeteria and Small Gym where there will be a number of supervised activities for expressing their views on issues surrounding school safety. Students will be reminded that they must return to class at the end of the 17 minutes. Inappropriate or disruptive behavior, including not returning to class, will result in school discipline.

The Blood Drive is Thursday, March 15th, all day in lower E. Only those students who turned in a permission slip may give blood.

The 2018-19 school calendar is now posted on and also on the district website. The first day of school is Thursday, August 30th, 2018.

Please come out to Spaghetti Night, presented by RHS baseball and softball.

When: Tuesday, March 13th

            Evening starts at 6:00 pm

            Cake Walk begins at 6:15

Details: $7 – All you can eat

What: spaghetti, bread, and salad

What else: silent auction

                      raffle prizes (concert tix, television, Rivercats tix)


Movie Night, sponsored by the senior class, is this Friday, March 16th. Doors open at 5:30 pm. Insidious starts at 6:00, and Haunted Mansion is shown at 8:00. Entry fee is $4, which comes with a bag of popcorn. All proceeds go to the class of 2018!

Please put April 28th on your calendars! Back to the Future is the Rosemont Adult Prom, sponsored by PTSA. From 6 – midnight, dance to music across the decades at the Dante Club on Fair Oaks Blvd. Tickets for this adults-only event are $65, $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 at RSVP by April 18th. This huge fundraiser will benefit Safe and Sober Grad Night!

Now for some good news…

Tennis opened up the league schedule with a win over Cordova High School by a score of 8-1. Our team won every match with the exception of #1 Singles. Destiny Fines at #1 girls singles was able to pull out her match in three sets (6-1, 4-6, 6-2). Great start to the season!!

Our athletes LOVE to see staff in the stands. Whenever you can, come on out to see a match/game/meet. It’s great for our kids and for the entire community!

For the first time in Rosemont’s history, one of our students has been awarded the Dale Lacky CIF Scholarship. Katie Zhezherya has been chosen to represent the entire Sierra Valley Conference as the female winner. To be eligible, senior athletes must have at least two years/seasons of varsity level competition, a 3.7 unweighted GPA and a minimum 1350 SAT score. Finalists are chosen based on academic achievement, community service, and an essay submission. What a well-deserved honor for this incredible young lady.