Congratulations, again, to all of our 2017 graduates. They may pick up their diplomas tomorrow, Monday, June 12th, anytime between 1 and 3 pm in the Auditorium foyer.
Finals for 9th through 11th graders are this week. Students take finals for periods 1 and 2 tomorrow, periods 3 and 4 on Tuesday, and periods 5 and 6 on Wednesday. Thursday is the last day of school. Students follow a shortened day schedule all week. Lunch is served after school. Report card will be issued on June 23rd.
We now have extra tickets available and can offer each graduate three additional tickets for $10 a piece. Students or parents may come to the Controller’s office tomorrow morning, Friday, June 9th, at 8:00 am to purchase extra tickets.
Seniors may not decorate their caps in any way.
A reminder that signs, balloons, and noisemakers are not allowed in the Auditorium because they may disturb other guests. Graduates are not allowed to hold flowers, stuffed animals, or other gifts during the ceremony.
For the second year in a row, which has never happened in the history of SCUSD, Rosemont has a teacher who has been selected as a Teacher-of-the-Year! Congratulations to Ms. Siegert, who is one of two 2017 Teachers-of-the-Year. This is well-deserved recognition, to say the very least. Ms. Siegert is an outstanding instructional leader here on campus who embodies all of the qualities of someone at the top of her field. She is the Coordinator of our LEAD program, Senior Project, and also the Graduation Ceremony.
Grad Night tickets are going fast. Get yours today! Grad Night is June 9th from 10:00 pm to 5:00 am at Surf Extreme in Elk Grove. Tickets are on sale in the Controller’s office for $50. Tickets at the door are $60. Music, food, rock wall, surfing, paint ball, unique raffle prizes and more. Check-in from 10 -11 pm. No entry after 11:00 and students must stay for the entire event unless they are picked up by a parent or authorized family member. For more information, please visit our website.
There are two mandatory practices for Graduation: Students must attend both:
We encourage all of you to take the SCUSD Family Survey on School Climate. The information will be used to inform how state funds are used. Please take the survey to share your views by June 1st. To take the survey, log on to www.scusd.edu/family-survey.
The last dance of the year this Friday, June 2nd has a new time. It will now run from
6:30 – 9 pm. This is for all grade levels. Participation criteria are enforced for all school dances.
We encourage all of our families to take the SCUSD Family Survey on School Climate. This is the first time that our district has implemented a broad, district-wide survey on these measures. The information will be used to inform how state funds are used. Please take the survey to share your views by June 1st. To take the survey, log on to www.scusd.edu/family-survey.
Please come out to the Spring Music Concert this Thursday, May 25th. Start time is 6:30 pm in the Auditorium.
The Senior Trip final meeting is on May 17th at 6pm in the cafeteria. We will discuss trip times and complete emergency information forms. Parents and students must be present.
The Class of 2018 Senior Trip Planning and sign up meeting is May 31st at 6pm in the cafeteria. Sign up your soon-to-be senior for senior trip and receive $25.00 off the balance of the trip. For more details, contact Crystal & Clear Travel 916-761-9591.
Please check Infinite Campus regularly to make sure that students are passing every one of their classes and attending school every day. Finishing the year with a strong academic showing is critical, so please contact teachers and counselors if you have any concerns.
Tomorrow, April 17th is the first day of the 4th quarter. Please remind students about the importance of attending school every day and maintaining a focus on behavior and academic achievement during these last few months of school.
Safe and Sober Grad Night tickets are now on sale for $50. Also for seniors, please visit the senior information section of our website for end-of-the-year reminders, including criteria for participation in the Graduation Ceremony.
The PTSA Crab Feed is this Saturday, March 25th from 6 – 10:00 pm. Please join us for this awesome event at St. John Vianney’s Church (10497 Coloma Rd.) in Rancho Cordova. Buy tickets online at www.RosemontPTSA.com or in the Controller’s Office.
Sophomores will take the CAST, the new pilot Science test, this Monday and Tuesday in social science classes.
Daniel Crenshaw and other 2016-17 Sacramento County Teachers-of-the-Year were honored at “Impact Night” at the Kings vs. Nuggets basketball game on March 11th. Fans joined the Kings Foundation for a special Salute to Educators, where Mr. Crenshaw and others were honored for their accomplishments as powerful agents of change in the community. Mr. Crenshaw was selected to shoot free throws, and his name was posted around the arena! He won Jamba Juice for the entire crowd! SCUSD and Rosemont High School couldn’t be more proud of this amazing, dedicated teacher.
There is a Boosters meeting Wednesday, March 8th at 5:00 pm in the Cafeteria. Our parent Boosters organization raises money for clubs and sports teams here on campus. Many thanks to Boosters President Becky Hypolite, who works every day coordinating and personally volunteering at all of the Boosters activities. She can’t do it without help, so please consider getting involved and providing support for this critical effort which benefits all Rosemont students.
On March 11th, from 12:00 – 3:30 pm, Sac City College and their Computer Science Department are sponsoring an open house for students and parents. You will learn about web coding, programming, networking, security, information technology and many career opportunities. The event is in the Business Building in room B203. To register, go to www.scc.losrios.edu/cis/cis-news/
This week is Spirit Week! Tuesday: Denim, Wednesday: All Black Everything, Thursday: Tie Dye and Fanny Packs, Friday: 80s Theme and Neon
The Blacklight Dance is this Friday, February 24th from 8 – 10 p.m. Tickets are on sale in the student store.
Students who received a 1st semester GPA of 3.0 and above have been recognized on the 1st Semester Honor Roll and received certificates in 4th period classes last week. Posters with student names will go up this week in the cafeteria and library windows.