AP testing starts this week.
Monday at 8:00 is US Gov and Politics.
Tuesday at 12:00 noon is Physics 1: Algebra Based.
Wednesday, English Lit and Comp is at 8:00 and European History is at 12:00 noon.
Thursday. No Testing.
Friday at 8:00 is US History, and Physics 2 is at 12:00 noon.
For any seniors going on the Senior Trip
There is a mandatory parent and student meeting on Thursday, May 23rd at 6pm in the Cafeteria. This is the last meeting before the trip and all details will be discussed here. Please bring a pen and arrive on time. If you have questions, or are not able to attend, please call (916)761-9591.
Junior Families, it is time to start planning for your Senior Trip in the summer of 2020! There is a meeting on May 23rd at 7:30pm in the school cafeteria to go over all details and questions regarding the trip. A brief description of the trip includes Disneyland, Medieval Times, and Santa Monica Pier. If you attend and sign up at this meeting, you will receive a discount? If you have questions, please call (916)761-9591.
If you missed last week’s performances, you can still come out to
see “We’ll be Better Later” Doors open at 6pm. Tickets are
Thursday May 9th, 7pm or Friday May 10th, 7pm
Thanks so much to the Rosemont PTSA for providing an awesome breakfast for Staff Appreciation Day! All of our staff felt very honored.
Congratulations to the April Students-of-the-Month!
Freshmen: Aldair Rivero Balbuena, Ben Cancio, Pandora Campos, Zuleyka Valenzuela, Clarissa Gonzalez
Sophomores: Danny Muyco-Romo, Ranae Stom, Dakota Sweeney, Kaleb Long,
Juniors: Malik Peterson, Susan Michelle Vega-Garcia, Nailah Glover, Alexander Warren, Ariana Hernandez
Seniors: Isabelle Keller, Jose Alferez, Jasmine Garcia, Antonio Thomas, Jasmine Dean
Vladyslava Noga has been chosen as a Futures Foundation scholar!
The Sacramento State Future Foundation Scholarship was
established to identify high achieving students in their
sophomore year of high school and provide them with financial
support for college.
Vladyslava applied for this scholarship and was accepted along with three other candidates, who are now eligible for a college scholarship with a value of up to $25,000! Congratulations to Vladyslava!!!!
On May 1st and 2nd, students in the ECD pathway participated in the 33rd annual SRBX (Sacramento Builders Exchange) Design/Build shed competition. 27 teams from the Sacramento area came to the campus of Cosumnes River College for the event. As a second year team, the ECD team was still eligible for the rookie award, thus the strategy was to design a shed that could be 100% completed and still exemplify craftsmanship and present a more than basic challenge.
A total of 30 ECD students were involved with the final product: the 12th grade Advanced Engineering students came up with a design and construction drawings based on the typical “red barn” structure by the end of the 1st semester. Then, the 11th grade construction technology class used most of the 3rd quarter analyzing the plans, forming teams, and practicing the build. The team did not win the rookie honors; instead they did themselves several steps better by winning the Architecture Design Award! The judging criterion was based on: Completeness of Plans, Conformity to Design Criteria, and Creativity. Congratulations to this amazing team!!!!