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Upcoming Events

Rosemary in Acclaimed Network of Schools

Rosemary School is marching forward as a member of the EL Education network of schools.

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logo for E L Education

Rosemary School is marching forward as a member of the EL Education network of schools.  

EL Education is a 25-year-old organization that grew out of a partnership between Outward Bound USA and the Harvard Graduate School of Education.  

Students at EL Education schools demonstrate craftsmanship by creating work that is accurate and beautiful in conception and execution.  Rosemary staff receive extensive professional development in a proven set of research-based core practices that guide our school transformation.  More about EL Education. More about Rosemary on youtubeEL Education schools are bound together by an expanded understanding of student achievement that prioritizes not only mastery of grade-level skills and knowledge, but that puts equal importance on the development each student's character -  challenging every child to develop into model citizens in our community.

Important Dates for the 2019-2020 School Year

We hope you're enjoying your summer break! Here is some info and important dates coming up.

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Below are Important Dates for the 2019-2020 School Year! 

Front Office Hours: 7:30 am-4:00 pm

TK/Kindergarten Roundup:  8/15/19 at 5:00 pm

First Day of School: 8/22/19

Coffee With the New Principal Hugo Galvan: 8/22/19 at 8:20 am in the Cafeteria

Back to School Night: 8/27/19 6:00 pm-7:30 pm

Dress for Success at Rosemary School

All students must come to school each day in the school uniform. Find out what is necessary to meet the requirements.

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  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.

Board policy about dress code.

Building a Routine for Attendance Success

Good attendance habits start at an early age, and set good habits that last into adult life.

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Having consistent good attendance helps students develop a positive view of school and the importance of attendance. Routines can help families with the busyness of the mornings during the school week.

Good habits help students to attend school regularly and arrive on time.  Because your partnership is key, we offer these tips.

  • Set an early bedtime to ensure rest for the school day

  • Follow a  night time routine: 

  • Set your alarm, leaving extra time for unexpected delays 

  • Lay out clothing and supplies for the next day 

  • Place backpack and shoes near the door  

  • Schedule appointments for after school

  • Only miss school when truly sick. Refer to parent handbook for when your child should remain at home. 

  • Communicate with your child’s school when absent or tardy

  • Have a back-up plan in case of transportation challenges 


Community Celebrates Student Authors

Our 2019 Rising Young Authors are bound for success!

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Join them, their family and teachers for a community recognition and book-signing event:

Tuesday, September 24, 2019
, from 7 - 8 p.m.
Barnes & Noble Bookstore - Stevens Creek
3600 Stevens Creek Blvd., San Jose

Bring a copy of your favorite author's book to have it autographed!

The 2019 Rising Young Authors

Blackford: 
Darius Parish 

• Campbell School 
of Innovation: 
Yehyun Hwang • 

Capri: 
Marina Schuler • Marshall Lane: 
Sofia Ramirez

 • Monroe Middle 
Jessica Burkhart • Rolling Hills Middle: 
Chloe Hahn 
 • Rosemary: 
Charlotte Reyes-Palo • Sherman Oaks: 
Jordan Pyle 
• Village
: Perri Jane Kaiser

Read and/or buy books by your favorite Rising Young Author online.

Read about previous Rising Young Authors.