Thursday, June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day
Congratulations to our belonging award winners:
Gr 3-5: Kent
Gr 6-8: Tee
Staff: Mrs. Yantz-Barton
We had a great presentation and visit from Saskatchewan Roughrider and CFL all star Don Narcisse. He had some great advice for our students:
1. Work hard
2. Always have a positive attitude
Our belonging assembly will take place Thursday, November 2 at 9:30 a.m. We will be celebrating 3 special students who have demonstrated a sincere commitment to making others feel a sense of belonging at school! All students are encouraged to wear Rosemont clothing to show our sense of team, spirit of belonging and Rosemont Pride.
The snow has arrived and with it, the cold weather and some tricky driving conditions.
Students are expected to go outside for recess, please ensure they are dressed warmly and appropriately for the weather. Boots, a warm coat, gloves or mittens and a toque are necessary in the winter. Snow pants are also great to keep kids warm.
Students are welcome to wear their costumes to school on Tuesday, October 31 to celebrate Hallowe'en. Students are not permitted to bring or wear masks, and no weapons of any kind including toy weapons are allowed at school. Costumes should be tasteful and school appropriate. It is wise to leave accessories such as wands and other items at home to ensure they do