Little Libraries Complete!
Mr. Stafford and the Construction Technology students built and
now installed Little Libraries throughout the Rosemont
This project was a great partnership between the school and
Rosemont Community Association.
Check out the picture to see the work they did!
Congratulations to the May Students-of-the-Month!
Thank you to those who attended the senior trip
meeting held last week.
We now have 23 spots left on our first bus. After we have filled
all 23 spots, we will begin wait listing for the second bus.
By signing up now, you will have easy, affordable monthly
For more information contact Crystal and Clear Travel at
916-761-9591 to guarantee your spot, or reserve it online
Please ensure that students do not wear clothing that violates
the Rosemont Dress Code, including midriffs,
spaghetti straps, and strapless tops and dresses. Students who
violate the Dress Code will be asked to change or wear loaner
Rosemont gear. Students who repeatedly violate the dress code
will receive additional consequences. Thank you for your
SENIOR TRIP MEETING: There is a mandatory
parent and student meeting on Thursday, May 23rd at
6 pm 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.
We are excited to announce that Rosemont earned a six-year
WASC accreditation with a two-day mid-cycle
visit in 2022! This is great news and definitely a testament to
the hard work of the entire Rosemont staff. We will continue to
focus on the recommended areas for growth and provide data to the
entire school community along the way.
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.
CAASPP testing for juniors continues this
All students will follow a block schedule Tuesday and Wednesday
to allow for testing. Students attend periods 1,3 and 5 on Monday
and Wednesday. On Tuesday and Friday, they attend periods 2,4 and
6. Students are released at the normal time every day. This is
the last week of CAASPP testing.
As always, please make sure that your student attends school
every day. We know the connection between daily attendance and
student achievement. Grades and performance on classroom and
school wide assessments are a direct reflection of a student’s
attendance habits, so please help us to make attendance a
priority! We appreciate your support with this critical component
of student success.
Senior Ball is Saturday, May 4th from 7 – 11 pm
at the Doubletree Hotel at 2001 Point West Way in Sacramento.
Dinner is included. Tickets are $50 with and ASB card and $55
without. Prices go up April
1st! Participation is determined by 3rd
quarter grades, which are posed by April 4th. Seniors who are
failing any class required for graduation may not attend Senior
Guest passes must be approved and purchased by April
We are proud to announce that our attendance rate continues to
improve! Thanks to all families for understanding how important
it is that all students maintain at least 95% attendance. When
students are absent, we miss them, and they miss important
instruction and fall behind very quickly. We appreciate your
support with this critical habit of success!
Seniors take the CAST science test this Tuesday and Wednesday
during their government/econ class period. Please encourage your
senior to do his/her best on this assessment.
Tomorrow is an important day for your student. All juniors take
the SAT test, which colleges and employers use to identify skill
level and college and career readiness. The SAT tests students’
ability in two areas: Reading/Writing and Math.
The scores appear on the student’s transcript.
It is critical that students do their very best on this
assessment. Please make sure that your child gets a complete
night’s rest and eats a nutritional breakfast at home or at
school. The test begins first thing in the morning, and usually
takes about 4.5 hours.
Almost 500 Rosemont students had 97% attendance for the first
semester!! We need many more of our students to attend school at
least 95% of the time. PLEASE make sure that your student
understands the value of good attendance and comes to school
every day, unless they are seriously ill or experience a true
emergency situation. We miss our students when they aren’t here,
and they fall behind very quickly. Reach out if you would like
any support to improve your child’s attendance. We’re here to
Next Friday, we begin the Blues in the Schools program where we
work with a local blues musician and learn the blues form
(America’s (via Africa) contribution to the world of music) and
will perform in an all ages showcase with bands from West Campus
and Woodcreek. We are seeking musicians and singers! The group
will be meeting at 3:15 on Fridays (starting March 1st) in J-112
culminating in a performance in May.
Just another reminder to make sure that students attend school
every day, except in the case of illness or an unavoidable
emergency. Students who miss 10% of the school year, which
equates to just two days per month, are identified as
“chronically absent.” Students who are chronically absent are at
risk for achieving academically at lower levels than students
with consistent attendance. They can also lack a “connectedness”
to school, including participation in activities and the ability
to form close, meaningful relationships with both students and