The second mandatory practice for Graduation is tomorrow, Monday, June 11th from
11 – 12:30 at the Memorial Auditorium
Tomorrow, participating seniors must report to the Memorial Auditorium by 1:45 pm. Doors open to the public at 2:00 pm and are locked at 2:55 in preparation for the processional. Families will not be allowed to enter the auditorium until the processional is over. The Graduation ceremony begins promptly at 3:00 pm.
This week is Spirit Week, so encourage your student to dress up!!!
Monday – Sports Day
Tuesday – College Gear
Wednesday – “Wear Pink” Day
Thursday – Class Colors
There is no spirit day on Friday.
Tomorrow, Monday, June 4th, we will conduct one each of the three drills: fire, drop and cover, and lockdown. This repeated practice is a way to ensure that we are prepared in the event of an actual emergency.
If your student purchased a yearbook, yearbook distribution is Tuesday, June 5th in the cafeteria at 3:00 pm.
Congratulations to all of our 2018 Graduating Seniors. The Graduation Ceremony is tomorrow, June 11th at 3:00 pm at the Memorial Auditorium. Seniors will receive a separate messenger with reminders about Graduation.
Finals for 9th through 11th graders are this week. Students take finals for 1st and 2nd period tomorrow, 3rd and 4th period on Tuesday, and 5th and 6th period on Wednesday. Thursday is the last day of school. Students follow a shortened day schedule all week. Lunch is served after school.
In our ongoing efforts to secure a safer campus, beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, May 29th, we will be locking the gate between the cafeteria and the E building during the day. Students who take PE will have to use the walkway between the pool and the small gym to access the locker room doors in the back of the g-wing.
The last dance is this Friday, June 1st from 8 – 10 pm in the quad. For eligible students, tickets are $3 with an ASB card and $5 without.
I am proud to announce that Rosemont High School has been awarded the 21st Century High School ASSETs Grant per the California Department of Education! This means that we have secured full funding for extended day learning for the next 5 years! Rosemont and Einstein Middle School have also been chosen to receive a 6-year Gear-Up grant to support English and math achievement! The purpose is to build a system of supports beginning in the 7th grade and continuing through all four years at Rosemont.
AP Testing begins this week. Physics is Tuesday at noon, English Lit and Comp is Wednesday at 8 am, US Government and Politics is Thursday at 8 am, and US History is Friday at 8 am. Please make sure that students are prepared with a good night’s rest and a nutritious breakfast at home or at school.
School Site Council, ELAC, and the Safety Committee meet on Tuesday, May 8th at 3:15 pm in the large conference room.
CAASPP testing for juniors continues this week. All students follow a block schedule on Monday, Tuesday Wednesday and Friday. On Monday and Wednesday, all students attend their 1st, 3rd, and 5th period classes. On Tuesday and Friday, they attend 2nd 4th, and 6th. School ends at 2:57, as usual, each day.
Now that the weather is finally warming up, here are a few reminders about the Rosemont Dress Code:
CAASPP testing for juniors continues this week. All students follow a block schedule on Tuesday and Wednesday. On Tuesday, all students attend their 1st, 3rd, and 5th period classes. On Wednesday, they attend their 2nd, 4th, and 6th period classes. School ends at 2:57, as usual, each day.
Thanks for your patience as the district has worked out the details for summer school. At the high school level, there are several programs:
On Tuesday, seniors attended an informational assembly and received a summary of all important end-of-the-year information. If your senior did not share this with you, it will be posted on our website under Senior Information this week. Here are just a few reminders:
Senior Ball is Saturday, May 12th from 7 – 11 pm at the Arden Hills Country Club. Seniors who are not on track to graduate or are on the No-Go list may not purchase a ticket. Guest passes must be purchased in the Student Store and submitted to Mr. Jones by May 1st.
CAASPP testing for juniors begins this week. All students follow a block schedule on Tuesday and Wednesday. On Tuesday, all students attend their 1st, 3rd, and 5th period classes. On Wednesday, they attend their 2nd, 4th, and 6th period classes. School ends at 2:57, as usual, each day.
Families, please note that there is no parking in the fire lanes on the access road to the sports fields. Cars that are parked in the fire lanes will be ticketed. Those lanes must remain open for emergency vehicle access.
Tomorrow is the first day of the 4th quarter! Please make sure that students finish the year strong by attending every day, passing all of their classes with the highest grades possible, and doing their very best on spring assessments.
Juniors take the SAT on Tuesday, April 10th. All other students follow a normal bell schedule.
School Site Council, ELAC, and the Safety Committees meet Tuesday, April 10th at 3:15 in the large conference room.
Sac City schools will soon receive AED defibrillator machines! Rosemont will receive 9 of them placed throughout the campus. Designated staff will be trained to use these valuable machines, which can save lives.
Spring Break is Monday, March 26th – Sunday, April 1st.
Boosters meets on Tuesday, April 3rd at 5:00 pm in the Cafeteria.
To gather data about our families’ perception of school safety and connectedness, the district has launched the annual School Climate Survey. Parent’s perception of safety and connectedness is one of the state’s priorities for education. This is the first time our district has implemented a wide-ranging survey of these measures for families. The data will be reported in the LCAP at the district level. The survey can be taken on a mobile device, tablet, or laptop.
Senior parents and guardians of seniors going on the senior trip – if you have questions or would like to drop off your senior trip packet, Crystal and Clear Travel will be available Tuesday, March 13th in the library from 6:30-7:30 pm. Otherwise please be sure to mail ASAP.
A reminder that participation in the Graduation Ceremony is an earned privilege, not a right. Administration reserves the right to exclude any student from participating in this ceremony for any reason. Graduating seniors must meet the following criteria in order to participate in the Graduation Ceremony:
For the first time in our district’s history, they will provide an opportunity for all juniors to take the SAT test on April 10th. This test is free. Juniors will follow a modified schedule on April 10th to allow for the test, which takes approximately 3.5 hours. They will be served breakfast in their testing classroom and lunch immediately following the test.
3rd quarter progress grades will be mailed soon. This is a critical time in the year to monitor grades to ensure that students are on track to earn all of their credits. If you have any questions, please email your student’s teacher(s) and/or counselor to make sure you have all the information you need to support academic success.
Summer School will include several programs this year: