May 6, 2018

AP Testing begins this week. Physics is Tuesday at noon, English Lit and Comp is Wednesday at 8 am, US Government and Politics is Thursday at 8 am, and US History is Friday at 8 am. Please make sure that students are prepared with a good night’s rest and a nutritious breakfast at home or at school.

School Site Council, ELAC, and the Safety Committee meet on Tuesday, May 8th at 3:15 pm in the large conference room.

From Boosters…

Parents and Seniors – a mandatory meeting is set for May 22nd in the cafeteria. At this meeting we will finalize everything for your upcoming Senior Trip. Start time is 6pm. Parents and students must be present. Any questions, please contact Crystal & Clear Travel. 

Do you like being involved with your student on campus? Our Boosters club is seeking new board members for the 2018-2019 school year. If you’re interested, contact our President at 916-272-0744 for more details. This is a great way to be involved, so join our campus family! 

Junior Students and Parents moving forward to your senior year-your senior trip has been planned, and it’s easy to get started with affordable monthly payments. Don’t wait until fall to sign up! Your payments will increase. Use the summer months to be way ahead. Come hear all the details, including the discount for signing up early at the meeting on May 23 at 6pm in Rosemont Campus Library. Any questions, please contact Crystal & Clear Travel at 916-761-9591.

Now for lots of good news…

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


Linda Abbas

Amanda Carson

Anthony Valdez

Lina Thach

Vladyslava Noga


Thalia Padilla

Alvina Godinez

Adriana Martinez

Michael Silver

Maliacki Gilmore


Heather Lundershausen

Eli Palmer

Sang Bui

Cameron Fong

Ricky Mayes


Jaylen Hill

Zach Lauria

Raina Snyder

Justin Gershanoff

Shezipe Shaba

Rosemont athletics has produced a pair of teams that will be playoff bound after the regular season. The baseball team split their games this week versus Union Mine HS to finish tied for 3rd place, winning on Wednesday’s Senior day. Due to tiebreaker rules, our Wolverines will be heading to the playoffs as the number 3 seed for our league.  

The softball team also split their games this week. Our lady Wolverines beat Galt HS by the “mercy rule” in a shortened game, setting up the league championship game versus Liberty Ranch HS. After a scoreless start to the game, LRHS got on the board 1st by scoring 3 runs in the 3rd, 5th, and 6th innings to take a 9-0 lead. Our team did not go down without a fight, scoring 2 runs in the top of the 7th inning. LRHS held on to beat our team 9-2 and win the league title. The softball team will host Bella Vista this Tuesday in a non-league tune up game before the playoffs. Great season for both teams.

The first few days for May were very busy for many of the 11th & 12th grade ECD students. On Wednesday and Thursday, the construction tech class participated in the 32nd annual Design Build competition at Cosumnes River College for the first time. The Sac Regional Builders Exchange-sponsored event included 24 northern California schools and over 400 students. Students were tasked with designing and building a “shed” within specific parameters and materials. Even though the RHS team did not complete the practice shed leading up to the event, they were able to complete the 6’ x 8’ competition structure in just over 15 hours at Design Build. Thursday, a small contingent of the engineering tech student came to Design Build to view the buildings so that next year they are prepared to design a new extraordinary building. On Friday the entire 12th grade ECD class participated in the SMUD Solar Regatta for the second year in a row. Even though the boat was slow, it proved to be quite sea worthy and it was a beautiful day to be on the lake!

The links below will take you to the KCRA coverage of the events: