We hope that everyone took time today to reflect upon and
celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., including his
commitment to unity, inclusivity, and equality for all people. I
know that his message resonates with all of us at Rosemont High
School as we work to provide all of our young men and women with
the opportunities they need to be successful.
Students will attend grade level assemblies on
Tuesday, January 14th. At those
assemblies, administrators and counselors will review
expectations for behavior, attendance, and academic achievement.
Students will also receive grade-specific information and
We hope that everyone had a great winter break! As we start the
new year, please remind students about the importance of focusing
on academic achievement, 95% daily attendance, and appropriate,
respectful behavior in and out of the classroom. This is a great
time for students to re-commit to good habits that will lead to
All students will attend grade-level assemblies on Tuesday,
January 14th where administration and counselors will
reinforce school-wide expectations.
School Site Council, ELAC, and the Safety Committee meet
on Tuesday, 12/10 at 3:15 in the Large Conference Room.
We still have one parent vacancy for School Site Council and two
vacancies for our English Learner Committee, so please join us if
you would like to nominate yourself for any of these positions!
The Blood Drive is Wednesday, 12/11 all day in Lower
E. Students must have turned in a parent permission slip
in order to donate blood.
Please do everything you can to stress the importance of academic
success as we move toward the end of the first quarter, which is
Friday, November 1st. The goal for all students is to
earn grades of C or better in all classes. If you student is in
danger of failing any of his/her classes, please reach out to
teachers and counselors for support.
Cash for College is Tuesday, October
22nd from 6 – 8 pm in the
A reminder that our Engineering, Construction, and Design
academy (ECD) is hosting an evening for parents and students -
those who are already in the program and those who are interested
in learning more!
PLEASE remind students to be extremely careful about what they
post on social media – especially anything that could be
considered offensive to other people. Taking the time to discuss
this important topic with your child will pay off in the long
Also remind students that they must carry their student ID at all
times. Students who do not have their ID card will not be allowed
to gain admittance to games, dances, and other school activities.
Back-to-School Night is this Thursday,
9/26 from 6 – 7:40 pm. At 5:45 pm, before the classroom
rotation, we will have a brief general meeting of the Rosemont
PTSA in the Cafeteria. On Thursday, your student will bring home
a blank schedule with an attached school map if you plan to
attend without him/her.
Club Rush is this week, 9/24 and 9/25, in
the quad at lunch. Please encourage your student to join one or
more clubs! The more they’re involved with activities on campus,
the more they will feel connected.
Our School Site Council, ELAC Committee and Safety
Committee meet together on Tuesday, 9/10 at 3:15
pm in the Large Conference Room
Picture Days are Tuesday, 9/10 and Wednesday,
9/11. Students take their picture during social science
classes. Students will receive their Student ID card at this
time. Remember that students must carry their Student ID card AT
ALL TIMES. If they don’t have their card, they will not be
allowed into school events such as games and dances.