Just a reminder that tomorrow is the 4th of July holiday.
Students are not required to “attend” school tomorrow. As always,
they are free to work on AE courses. But, teachers and our
counselor are not available until Monday, July 6.
As of Tuesday, June 9 students received an invitation via email
and Clever to complete surveys to provide feedback on the SCUSD
distance learning programs. Over the next few weeks, families
will also receive surveys seeking feedback about these programs
as well as plans for reopening our schools. Please look out for
these communications from the district.
We hope that all of you are staying healthy and safe during
these extremely difficult times…
In order for the district to develop a
continuation of student learning plan, they need some feedback
from you, and our teachers will be reaching
out by phone over the next two days. The number will be
blocked, but they will be legitimate calls. We hope that we have
the opportunity to talk with you! As always, feel free to
reach out via email if you have questions or concerns.
– On Wednesday, March 4th all juniors take the SAT with English
teachers as proctors. The test takes approximately 3.5 hours.
9th, 10th, and 12th graders will participate in grade-level
activities during their regularly-scheduled English class. The
bell schedule for the day will not change. If you are the
parent/guardian of a junior, please encourage your student to do
their very best on this important assessment.
As we move through the 3rd quarter, please make sure that
seniors are passing all of their classes and meeting the
requirements for participation in the 2020 Graduation
Ceremony on June 5th at the Memorial Auditorium.
If your senior needs to make up classes in credit
recovery, please contact Ms. Reeder-Esparza.
– Please come out to the Rosemont Community Block Party
and Rummage Sale, which takes place in the front parking
lot on Saturday, February 29th from 10 – 3. We have
approximately 40 vendors in place!! In addition to the
booths, there will be music, a rock wall, prizes, art,
food, and more!!!!!
– Please reinforce with your student that he/she must carry their
student ID at all times. This is a required form of ID that
students may be asked to produce at any time. They also need them
when they enter school events and check out library books. If
they have lost their ID card, they must purchase a replacement
– Boosters meets Monday, February 3rd at 5:30 pm in
the Large Conference Room.
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.