You are coordialy invited to attend our Annual Kinder Performance held Thursday, Dec 15th at 6:00 pm in our school cafeteria. Come admire and cheer our kinder classes performing a variety of musical numbers on stage.
Rosemary Rockets are invited to come to school in their pajamas on Friday, December 16th. This is a fun event all grades are welcome to participate in.
Remember students must wear their tennis shoes.
Keep your slippers and stuffed animals at home.
We are looking forward to meeting our incoming kindergarteners for the next school year 2017-2018. Please make a note of the following dates:
1/13/17 at 8:30 AM
1/25/2017 at 8:30 AM
Come visit our exciting campus and review our caring, creative and rigirous curriculum.
Through coordinated efforts Campbell Union School District (CUSD) has developed a systematic approach to engaging parents and community agencies.
This week, CUSD administrators and Rosemary School staff successfully presented “Coordination: The Key to Effective Community Partnerships” at the at the CSBA annual conference in San Francisco.
SAVE THE DATE
The public can give input on CUSD's district-wide Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP) for providing quality education to more than 7,600 students in preschool through eighth grade. Two meeting opportunities in January 2017: Wed., Jan. 18, at 9 a.m., and Tue., Jan. 24, at 6:30 p.m. (Each meeting will be held at the PLC building at Monroe Middle School.)
This month Rosemary Scholars are doing many activities to share their commitment to being uplifters. At the morning launch this week Mr. Schmaedick is reminding us all that we have the power to choose how we treat people in every situation. I
can choose to lift someone up with kindness, or I can choose to put someone down. I choose. I have the power. No one can make me be mean. At Rosemary we don't say, "He did it first!" or "She made me do it!" or "They told me to!" Rather we take full responsibility for our actions.
At Rosemary we choose to lift each other up!
Our school news is also available in Spanish, as translated by google translate. When you open your e-news, click in the upper right corner. [Nuestras noticias electrónicas también están disponibles en español, como traducido por google. Cuando abra sus e-noticias, haga clic en la esquina superior derecha.]
November 14th - November 18th
in the Library
- Monday: 2:15 pm - 3:30 pm
- Tuesday: 2:15 pm - 3:30 pm
- Wednesday: 1:15 - 2:30 pm
- Thursday: 2:15 pm - 7:00 pm
- Friday: 2:15 pm - 3:30 pm
Cash and Credit Card Payments Only
The Measure CC school bond will allow us to continue providing high-quality education and equal access to a 21st-century education.
A Message from Superintendent Eric Andrew
Yesterday, voters in our District overwhelmingly approved the Measure CC school bond and allow us to continue providing high-quality education and equal access to a 21st-century education.
The funds will help us do things like repair leaky roofs, upgrade fire alarms and security systems, upgrade science equipment and laboratories, provide access for students and teachers with disabilities, construct new classrooms and facilities and modernize old classrooms.
Campbell Union School District is truly fortunate to have a community that is so actively supportive of our students, teachers, and schools.
Thank you, again.
Third graders at Rosemary did some deep learning in civics, math and computer science as they created a special Election Day event.
Rosemary School third graders did some deep learning in civics, math and computer science as they created a special Election Day event focused on an issue they chose: California Proposition 67, Plastic Bag Ban Veto Referendum (2016).
As part of a cross-curricular project around the election process, students in Amelia Von Gerer’s class learned about the U.S. government, created persuasive videos/commercials that argued both sides of the proposition to share with peers, and created digital voting booths using Raspberry Pi for physical computing and Scratch for coding the computers.
Dozens of students and guests came to weigh in on the issue and to hear Von Gerer’s students explain the process they followed to create and program the devices used for the voting event.
The special “election” results will be tabulated and shared at school on Wednesday, November 9th.