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    The Rosemead School District - District Office regular business hours are Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  For more information on school events, please contact the school main office or visit their website.
     
    September 2017:
    • Wed., Sept. 20, Late Start Day for all Students, class starts at 9:30 am
    • Wed., Sept. 20, Muscatel Back-to-School Night, 5:00 pm
    • Thurs., Sept. 21, Board of Trustees Meeting, 6:30 pm, District Office - Board Room - CANCELLED

    October 2017:

    • Wed., Oct. 4, Late Start Day for all Students, class starts at 9:30 am
    • Thurs., Oct. 5, Board of Trustees Meeting, 6:30 pm Closed Session, 7:30 pm Open/Public Session, District Office - Board Room
    • Fri., Oct. 13, Student Free Day/Professional Development Day (No School)
    • Wed., Oct. 18, Late Start Day for all Students, class starts at 9:30 am
    • Thurs., Oct. 19, Board of Trustees Meeting, 6:30 pm Closed Session, District Office - Board Room
    • Sat., Oct. 21, Rosemead Health & Fitness Walk/Run Fair, Muscatel Middle School
    • Wed., Oct. 25 - Fri., Oct. 27, Parent-Teacher Conference/Minimum Day TK-6th grade students (Encinita, Janson, Savannah, and Shuey only)
     

     
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    Dear Rosemead SD Parents and Community, 
     
     
    SAFETY OF OUR STUDENTS AND STAFF, CONTINUES TO BE OUR #1 PRIORITY

    The Rosemead School District has an excellent team of employees who work together to ensure the safety of our students and staff as our #1 priority.

    As the long-term Superintendent of the Rosemead School District, I am blessed to work with a wonderfully competent and caring group of professionals.

    The Rosemead School District Administrators, Staff and Board of Trustees will continue to reassure you, our parents that your children - our students’ safety will continue to be our #1 priority.  We continue to research, explore and implement new technologies to assist with campus security.  In addition, our professional development days (pupil free days) have not only been used to increase teacher and staff development in curriculum and instructional strategies; these days have also been used to train staff in disaster and emergency preparedness including active shooter scenarios. 

    We are all here for the best interest of all "our" children.  Next school year, we will continue to launch more staff training in the area of safety and security of our children and campuses. 

    I have met with our City Chief of Police and City Manager on a regular basis.  We continue to work closely as a team.

    Thank you to our staff for their countless hours of dedication and support to the Rosemead Community and families.  Thank you to our parents and community who support our security measures on campuses with a single point of entry and the fingerprinting and security checks of volunteers.


     

    Below please find urgent communication from Superintendent Dr. Enomoto-Perez:


     
     
     ~Updated: District Office, 9/15/2017

Our Schools

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     Encinita Elementary School Milred B. Janson Elementary School Savannah Elementary School Emma W. Shuey Elementary School Muscatel Middle School
     

Superintendent's Message

  • September, 2017
     

    Dear Rosemead Community and Friends,    

    ROSEMEAD CITY COUNCIL RECOGNITION OF ROSEMEAD SCHOOL DISTRICT 2017-2018 TEACHER OF THE YEAR

    The Rosemead City Council recognized the Rosemead School District 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year Ms. Respect Ly at its September 12, 2017, Council meeting.

     RSD 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year Recognition of Ms. Respect Ly

    Pictured (L to R):  Trustee Ronald Esquivel, Mayor Pro Tem Steven Ly, Clerk Nancy Armenta, Council Member Margaret Clark, Janson Principal Gabriel Cardenas, Teacher of the Year Respect Ly, Mayor Polly Low, President John Quintanilla, Director Dawn Rock, Superintendent Amy Enomoto-Perez, Teacher Jun Lugue, and Assistant Superintendent John Lovato 

    On behalf of the Rosemead School District Board of Trustees, Administrators and staff Congratulations to Ms. Respect Ly, Transitional Kindergarten Teacher at Mildred B. Janson Elementary School. 

     


    COME SUPPORT A GREAT CAUSE! THE EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE ROSEMEAD SCHOOL DISTRICT WILL BE HOSTING THEIR 11TH ANNUAL HEALTH & FITNESS FAIR INCLUDING A WELLNESS WALK/RUN RACE

     

    Please join us for our annual Wellness Run Walk Health Day scheduled for Saturday, October 21st at Muscatel Middle School.  I hope you will plan to attend and participate.

     Run/Walk Health & Fitness Fair on Oct. 21, 2017, Muscatel Middle School  

     

    For more information, please contact RSD Educational Foundation President, Mr. Alex Gaeta via agaeta@rosemead.k12.ca.us. The Rosemead School District Educational Foundation welcomes your interest as a volunteer or member of its committee.

     Run/Walk Race Schedule

    Please return your completed registration form and check to:  Rosemead School District, c/o:  Educational Foundation – Alex Gaeta, 3907 Rosemead Blvd., Rosemead, CA 91770.

    Thank you for your continued support.  See you in October at the Walk/Run Health & Fitness Fair.

     


    RESOURCES - HOMEWORK ASSISTANCE

    For assistance with homework visit the following resources: County of Los Angeles Public Library (www.colapublib.org), Homework Spot (www.homeworkspot.com), and Homework Hotline by Harvey Mudd College (Call 1-877-8ASKHMC or visit www.askhmc.org).


    HISTORY OF RED RIBBON WEEK – REMEMBERING ENRIQUE CAMARENA

    Agent Camarena  

    As we are reminded each October and shared on the website Drug Use Is Life Abuse (http://www.duila.org) Red Ribbon Week began after the kidnapping, torture and brutal murder of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena in 1985.  Agent Camarena had been working undercover in Guadalajara, Mexico for over four years.  His efforts led to a tip that resulted in the discovery of a multimillion dollar narcotics manufacturing operation in Chihuahua, Mexico.  The successful eradication of this and other drug production operations angered leaders of several drug cartels who sought revenge.  As a result, they murdered key informants and then, on February 7, 1985, they kidnapped Agent Camarena and his pilot Captain Alfredo Zavala-Avelar (taken separately on the same day).  Representatives of the Mexican Federal Judicial Police (MFJP) presented a tip to DEA Agents that a raid of a suspect thought to have a connection to the kidnapping.  Not long after, a passerby discovered the bodies of both Agent Camarena and Captain Zavala-Avelar by the side of the road not far from the raided ranch.  

    In Agent Camarena’s home town, Calexico, CA, the public outpouring of support turned in to an organized community response in which citizens dawned red ribbons.  They became a voice for prevention in order to reduce the demand for illegal drugs and illegal use of legal drugs in America.  The following year the California State PTA adopted the Red Ribbon Campaign.  Then, in 1988, Red Ribbon Celebration was recognized nationally with President Ronald and First Lady Nancy Reagan serving as the Honorary Chairs.

    Citations: 

    Website:  Drug Use Is Life Abuse, http://www.duila.org

    Website:  Red Ribbon Coalition, http://www.redribboncoalition.com

     


     Drug-Free Pledge

     

    I pledge allegiance to myself

    And who I want to be.

    I can make my dreams come true

    If I believe in me.

     

    I pledge to stay in school and learn

    The things I need to know,

    To make the world a better place

    For kids like me to grow.

     

    I promise to keep my dreams alive,

    And be all that I can be.

    I know I can, and that’s because,

    I pledge to stay alcohol, tobacco, and drug-free!

     


    TRANSITIONAL KINDERGARTEN, KINDERGARTEN, AND 1ST-8TH GRADE ONLINE ENROLLMENT

    Enrollment for our 2017-2018 school year has begun. We have implemented our new online enrollment process for Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and 1st through 8th Grade enrollment. 

    Please visit the District website at www.rosemead.k12.ca.us and click on the red button “Student.

    Transitional Kindergarten: If your child turns 5 years old by September 2, 2017, through December 2, 2017, you can enroll your child for TK.  During online enrollment process be sure to select “Grade K” – Internally, our staff will make sure your child is placed in the correct grade level.

    Full Day Kindergarten:  If your child turns 5 years old by December 3, 2016, through September 1, 2017.  You MUST enroll your student in your school of residency.

    1st through 8th Grade Program:  If you are enrolling your child(ren) in 1st through 8th Grade for the 2017-2018 school year you must enroll online to begin the process.  Once you have enrolled online, please contact your home school for more information:

    Encinita Elementary School:  (626) 286-3155

    Mildred B. Janson Elementary School:  (626) 288-3150

    Savannah Elementary School:  (626) 443-4015

    Emma W. Shuey Elementary School:  (626) 287-5221

    Muscatel Middle School:  (626) 287-1139

    To enroll new a student, parents must provide the following documentation to the school site:

    1. Proof of residency:  Electric, Gas, Water, Trash or Landline telephone bill no older than 1 month with parent's name
    2. Immunization Records:  Students must have received all of the required shots to enter school
    3. Birth Certificate or Passport

    If your child does not meet the age qualifications for Transitional Kindergarten or Kindergarten, but you are interested in information regarding our State Preschool Program, please contact the Child Development Department at (626) 312-2900 x235 for more information.  Please do not use the online enrollment system for enrolling Preschool students.

    Parents wishing to enroll their child in our district on an Interdistrict permit must contact the Educational Services Department at (626) 312-2900 x213 for more information.  Parents should not enroll online without the approval of the permit and verification from the Educational Services Department.

     


     

    IMPORTANT DATES & UPCOMING EVENTS:  

    For more information on any event listed below, please visit the Rosemead School District website at www.rosemead.k12.ca.us.

    September, 2017

    • Mon., Sept. 4, Labor Day Holiday – District/Schools Closed
    • Wed., Sept. 6, Late Start Day – all students start school at 9:30 a.m.
    • Thurs., Sept. 7, Board of Trustees Meeting – 6:30 p.m. Closed Session, 7:30 p.m. Open/Public Session, District Office – Board Room, 3907 Rosemead Blvd., Rosemead
    • Tues., Sept. 12, Board of Trustees’ Special Meeting - Cancelled
    • Wed., Sept. 20, Late Start Day – all students start school at 9:30 a.m.
    • Thurs., Sept. 21, Board of Trustees Meeting – 6:30 p.m., District Office – Board Room, 3907 Rosemead Blvd., Rosemead - Cancelled

     

    October, 2017

    • Wed., Oct. 4, Late Start Day – all students start school at 9:30 a.m.
    • Thurs., Oct. 5, Board of Trustees Meeting – 6:30 p.m. Open/Public Session with Closed Session after the completion of the open session agenda, District Office – Board Room, 3907 Rosemead Blvd., Rosemead
    • Fri., Oct. 13, Student Free Day/Professional Development Day (No School)
    • Wed., Oct. 18, Late Start Day – all students start school at 9:30 a.m.
    • Thurs., Oct. 19, Board of Trustees Meeting – 6:30 p.m., District Office – Board Room, 3907 Rosemead Blvd., Rosemead
    • Sat., Oct. 21, Educational Foundation Health & Fitness Walk/Run Fair
    • Wed., Oct. 25 – Fri., Oct. 27, Parent-Teacher Conference/Minimum Day TK-6th grade students (Encinita, Janson, Savannah, and Shuey only)

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