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Updated: Aug 25 2015 - 3:58pm

Welcome back Rosemary Rockets! We are back to school and back to work.  The students are settling in and getting to know their teachers and the routines.  This week there is a lot of focus on learning the expectations and classroom routines.  

During the first week each class takes the time to visit the different areas of the school to learn what is expected of them in earch area (stairs, hallways, cafeteria, bathrooms, library, etc.).  Each child will be bringing home our 3B's Passport to share with their families.  Please review it with your child, sign the inside page, and return it to the school.  The 3 B's are:  Be Respectful.  Be Responsible.  Be Caring.  

Our Three B's Chant is:

We know what we want to see.

Weknow how we want to be.

Respectful means that I don't fight.

I treat all people and all things right.

Responsible, how do I start?

It simply means I do my part.

Caring, what's that all about? 

Helping other people out!

Be respectful.  Be responsible.  Be caring.

The three B's!

Updated: Aug 26 2015 - 4:43pm

Officials from the State of California will be releasing scores from the State’s new testing system in September, not August, as originally planned.

“We are taking an abundance of caution to ensure that the substantial amount of data we are receiving is properly collected and placed in new files on a new site,” said Department of Education spokeswoman Pam Slater. “Additionally, the department will be launching a new website to display the results and needs sufficient time to test the new site.”

Campbell Union School District (CUSD) students participated in the new testing system, known as Smarter Balanced, last spring. The assessments are computer-based tests that measure student knowledge of California’s English Language Arts and Mathematics standards for grades 3-8.

“We’re glad they want everything to be accurate and complete before sending out the official reports,” said CUSD Superintendent Eric Andrew. “This year’s scores are a new baseline for measuring student progress, and we all want them to be reliable.”

Andrew said teachers have multiple ways to measure student achievement, so they can still tailor instruction to the student’s needs and talk to parents about how to continue progress on meeting standards.  When the assessment data comes in, it will be added to the mix, he said.

State officials plan to release scores to schools in early September, and if all goes according to plan, parents would see official student score reports in the fall. They also caution against comparing scores from the new tests with those from old tests. The new tests are too fundamentally different from the old ones to make any reliable comparisons between the two, they said.

Updated: Aug 25 2015 - 1:48pm

Rosemary School’s a new website is up and active.  It is more attractive, easier to see on mobile devices (e.g. tablets and smartphones), and more user friendly than our old site. Now you can easily check the events calendar, find school news, contact our staff, see what’s for lunch, and much more. You can even change the language. 

We’ll be refining it and adding new features as time goes one. For now, we invite you to take a look around, try it out, and let us know what you think.

Updated: Aug 21 2015 - 2:28pm

The morning launch is an important part of the Rosemary School Day.  Every child is expected to be at the launch that begins at 8:00 a.m.  At the launch students line up with their classes and participate in an interactive routine.  The launch starts with the Pledge of Allegience and the 3 B's Chant.  After the chant we participate in a short exercise.  These days we will be doing crossovers in which students touch their right knee with their left elbow, then their left knee with their right elbow.  After the exercises Mr. Schmaedick shares a message with the whole school.  This week the focus is on participation.  Mr. Schmaedick will be emphasizing what it looks like when students are participating.  

The chant for the week is:  

Mr. Schmaedick:  I participate!

Students:  I will participate!

Join us for the launch!  It only lasts 7 minutes!

Updated: Aug 11 2015 - 8:08am

  1. All students must come to school each day in the school uniform.

Boys:  Shirts may be – White or navyblue, preferably with collar.

           Pants or shorts may be – Navy blue or Khaki.  No jeans.

Girls:  Shirts may be – White or navy blue, preferably with collar

           Pants or shorts may be – Navy blue or khaki. No jeans.

           Jumpers, skorts or skirts may be – Navy blue or khaki.

2.  Rosemary school logo sweatshir
ts or t-shirts may be worn.

3.   Boys and girls may choose to wear crew or hooded sweatshirts in navy blue, white or grey.  These must be worn over the polo or long sleeved shirts.

A sweatshirt turned inside out is not acceptable.

4.  Sweatpants may be worn only for physical education. 

5.  All clothing must be size appropriate for the student.  Excessively tight or baggy clothing is not permitted.

6.  Jackets may not be red or light blue and must be free of conspicuous logos.

7.  It is acceptable to wear tights or bicycle shorts under skirts.  These must be uniform colors.

Updated: Aug 21 2015 - 3:26pm

We will all be back together for the first day of classes on August 19, 2015.  

Until then we wish the whole Rosemary family a marvelous summer.  Learning happens every day whether we are in school or not and we challenge all our Rosemary scholars to keep their learning going in the summer.  Every day this summer, let's make an effort to do the four things that we talked about at the end of the school year:  

  1. Read
  2. Write something
  3. Exercise
  4. Do something nice for someone

Have a great break!

The Rosemary office will reopen on Wednesday, July 29.  

Updated: Jun 18 2015 - 11:21am

We are having our Third Annual Spelling Bee at Rosemary School on May 28. Encourage your 3rd and 4th graders to participate and challenge themselves and enhance their vocabulary. It will be a fun event to be part of! A list of words were sent home in your Thursday envelope. 

Updated: May 26 2015 - 2:18pm

Supervised breakfast is served in the cafeteria starting at 7:30 am. Please ensure your child arrives between 7:30 to 7:50 am. School starts at 8:00 for the Morning Launch. Students from TK-3rd need to be picked at 2:10 and 4th graders at 2:30. On Wednesday students get released one hour early. Please be prompt in picking up your child.

Updated: May 26 2015 - 1:57pm

The Campbell Union School District Board of Trustees has approved to start the plans to add 5th Grade to Rosemary School. Thanks to all the parents who supported us to meet our goals and the goals of our children and community by adding a grade level in the 2016-2017 school year. 

Updated: May 26 2015 - 3:27pm

Congratulations to the amazing members of our wonderful team who earned the Teacher of the Year Award, Ms. Erin Ito; Classified of the Year Award, Ms. Elena Godina; and the Volunteer of the Year Award as well as the Campbell Union School District Community Volunteer of the Year, Neil Reid. Your effort, dedication and hard work make Rosemary the great place that it is.


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  • Recess 9:40–10:00
  • In Session 10:00–11:30
  • Lunch 11:30–12:10
  • In Session 12:10–2:10*
  • * Wednesdays end at 1:10
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  • In Session 12:35–2:10*
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  • In Session 10:50–12:10
  • Lunch 12:10–12:50
  • In Session 12:50–2:10*
  • * Wednesdays end at 1:10
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  • Recess 10:30–10:50
  • In Session 10:50–12:30
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