March 26, 2017
This week is Spirit Week. Monday is Flannel Day. Tuesday is Twin Day. Wednesday is Pink Day. Thursday is “Dress to Impress” and Friday is Class Colors.
School Site Council and ELAC meet on Tuesday, March 28th from 3:15 – 4:15 in the Large Conference Room.
Junior Prom is this Saturday, April 1st from 8 – 11 pm at Rosemont.
Friday, April 7th is the next movie night from 6 – 10 pm in the Auditorium.
Spring Break is Saturday, April 8th through Sunday, April 16th.
Summer Matters is a free summer learning program for elementary, middle and high school students.
Once again, Rosemont will host the Summer of Service program for all students.
- June 26 – August 3
- 4 days/week, a total of 6 weeks, 6 hours/day (TBD)
- Applications are now available
- Free breakfast and lunch
- If students have questions, they should see Brandon Alvarez.
Rosemont will also offer Math I credit recovery and AVENTA on-line credit recovery. Please contact your child’s counselor to sign up for summer school.
Many thanks to our PTSA volunteers for all of their work making this year’s Crab Feed a huge success!!! We also appreciate the Rosemont Leadership students who served our guests and helped with both set up and clean up. Thanks, as well, to all of the parents and community members who came out to this event, which raises money for Safe and Sober Grad Night.
Grad Night tickets are $40 until March 31st. As of April 1st, tickets are $50.
In sports news, 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. The field events saw huge wins with our athltetes 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 in the 400m dash. 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 respected events!
A reminder to our families that there is no public parking below the stadium. That parking is limited to coaches and officials. Cars parked in that area are subject to tow. If you attend a sporting event, you must park in the east parking lot next to the Auditorium.