Just another reminder that makeup distribution day for necessary
textbooks, musical instruments and art supplies is today from 9 -
noon. If anyone still needs a chromebook, they must contact Mr.
Richardson at Robert-Richardson@scusd.edu.
Chromebooks will be distributed at a different time to those
Students should attend makeup distribution day at the appropriate
time, based on last name:
What a first day!!! We can’t tell you how much we appreciated
your patience while we worked through the technology challenges.
Many thanks to our teachers and support staff who added students
manually to the Google Classrooms as quickly as they could!
Please have students reach out to their teachers if they have any
trouble accessing Google Classroom or entering Zoom meetings
Just another reminder that students must log in to Google
Classroom via Clever. Here are the instructions:
We are finally able to share the schedule for the first two days
of school. This is for Thursday, September 3rd and Friday,
September 4th only! Please see the schedule
here. We will provide information about next week soon.
Remember that school is closed Monday, September 7th for the
Labor Day holiday!
We’re very excited to welcome all of our incoming freshmen and
new students to the 2020-21 school year! Tomorrow, August 24th at
6:00, families can visit Rosemont.scusd.edu and click on the
“Freshman and New Student Orientation” pod to access a series of
informational videos. Included are video introductions for the
various staff groups on our campus. Our families will have the
opportunity to “meet” many of the adults who will be supporting
them here at Rosemont.
Due to poor air quality, Materials Return tomorrow for 10th
– 12th grade families is canceled. Sorry for the late
notice! The health and well-being of our families
and our staff is a priority, and current conditions are simply
At this point, next week’s Distribution Days are still on the
schedule. If those plans need to change, we’ll let you know
immediately. We will also schedule a Materials Return at a later
We hope everyone is doing well! Please take good care of
yourselves (and your pets), especially in this terrible heat!
Although we are still awaiting some of the details about the
start of school (daily schedules, etc.), we will continue to
share what we do know and provide regular updates.
First Day of School
School starts on Thursday, September 3rd. As soon as we have
information about the daily schedule, we’ll pass that on.
Here is some information from SCUSD about an important survey and
also a few updates from Rosemont High School.
We hope all of your are doing well, given our current
circumstances, and that you
Although we are starting the 2020-21 Academic Year with a
full distance learning model, SCUSD also recognizes that we must
continue planning for when public health conditions improve and
we can safely return.
Tomorrow, July 24th, is the last day of the 2020 summer school
session at Rosemont High School. Many of our students did a
tremendous job working through their online courses to
approach or meet graduation and/or a-g requirements.
After tomorrow, all incomplete courses will be changed to
“Withdrawn.” For students from George Washington Carver, AE
accounts will be moved back to that site.
We hope that all of you are enjoying a well-deserved summer
break! We also know, however, that the challenges and
frustrations of the past few months continue, and that there may
be an ongoing need for support. Please know that we are here and
that you can reach out at any time by calling (916) 395-5130. You
may also access a variety of district resources through the
SCUSD Online Support Center.
The following Rosemont employees are available for assistance
throughout the summer:
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.