March 5, 2018

3rd quarter progress grades will be mailed soon. This is a critical time in the year to monitor grades to ensure that students are on track to earn all of their credits. If you have any questions, please email your student’s teacher(s) and/or counselor to make sure you have all the information you need to support academic success.

Summer School will include several programs this year:

At the high school level, there will be online credit recovery for current 10th thru 12th grade students who are off track between 5 and 10 credits for meeting graduation and/or A-G requirements.

This program runs from June 18th through July 16th, Monday thru Thursday with one Friday, July 6th.

There may be Accelerate Education on-line credit recovery for Rosemont students who are more than 5 – 10 credits behind. Information coming soon.

Pennies for Patients continues until March 16th.

This Friday, March 9th, is our next dance. Tickets are $5 in advance with an ASB card and $7 without one. Tickets at the door at $10. They’re on sale now in the Student Store.

Do you like scary movies? This is for you. On March 16th, the senior class is hosting Movie Night including Insidious and Haunted Mansion. All proceeds help the class of 2018! Doors open at 5:30 pm. Admission is $4 with a bag of popcorn. Full snack bar available.

Now for Some Good News:

Congratulations to the February Students-of-the-Month!





Alejandra Albor

Raquel Ramirez

Luke Nidoy

Maiuyen Huynh

Shardae Guiseppi


Shanel Largen

Jenna Combs

Isabela Maldonado

Zachary King

Alexander Edmonston


Patrick Lomperski

Alaysia Simms

Temuulen Gankhuyag

Emerald Rosello

Brooklyn Rees

Shanice Soh

Justin Gershanoff

Anna Danchin

Ilya Kushnirchuk

Kaylen Keyser

Finally, in track this weekend, Calee Reid finished 6th in the long jump with a PR of 21 feet. David Lybuzhanin PR’d in the high jump at 5′10″. Women’s 4×100 came in 2nd in their heat, running a season best time. Last Wednesday at the JFK spring opener, Jaylen Ward ran a PR time of 22.53, Luke Worden cleared 11′ in the pole vault, also a new PR, and Deja Wedderburn won the Varsity Girls pole vault, clearing 7′.