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On Wednesday, Rosemead girls varsity and junior varsity basketball teams defeated Mt. View! The junior varsity score was 34-9 and the varsity team win had a score of  51-29.

 

Please come out to RHS gym this Friday, Jan. 26, to cheer on our teams:

JV plays at 3:15,

Girls varsity plays at 4:45

Boys varsity plays at 6:30 

 

Also on Friday, our girls frosh soph team will play at Webb junior varsity, and play at home against Alverno junior varsity on Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Remember all of our Frosh/soph girls games have free admission! 

 

Frosh/soph girls represented our school very well in a 36-12 loss against San Gabriel Academy varsity at Staples Center last week before LA Clippers game.

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Posted by: Sandy Beerman
Published: 1/25/18




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Girls Basketball Teams Appreciates Your Support in Memory of Coach "CJ" Joe Duran

RHS girls basketball teams thank everyone for their support over the past few days as we play in memory of junior varsity Coach "CJ" Joe Duran who passed away last Thursday.  Our girls frosh/soph teams decided to play Friday's non-league game while our other teams had a league bye.

The wonderful show of support with a big crowd is sincerely appreciated, our frosh/soph girls did their best against Big Bear junior varsity. Thank you again for your tremendous support.   

Frosh/Soph  Coach Lyons

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Posted by: Sandy Beerman
Published: 1/16/18




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Come see the Banner Babes Christmas show on Friday, December 15!

 

Our event features guest performances and students can purchase pre-sale tickets for $5 or at the door for $7

 

Hope to see  you there!

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Posted by: Sandy Beerman
Published: 12/13/17




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Boys varsity soccer won 2-0 against Mark Keppel with Jose Esparza and Jesus Galan scoring one goal each for Rosemead, boys JV soccer team won 5-3.

 

Panther girls varsity basketball team won 54-11 against Robert F Kennedy in our tourney. With Rosemead's Kristal Espinoza scored 17 points and Kathleen Pham added 11 points. 

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Posted by: Sandy Beerman
Published: 12/4/17




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Congratulations to our Rosemead varsity girls basketball team for its 44-17 win on Nov 28, against Hoover in the first day of our own tourney. We play again Nov. 30,  at  3 pm against Robert F Kennedy High School in our own gym.


Also our varsity and junior varsity girls basketball teams opened the season with wins on November 21 against Workman.

 

Our girls frosh soph basketball team made history Nov 28, by playing a varsity team and earned the upset win 27-20 on the road at Liberty Christian.

 

Great job girls!

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Posted by: Sandy Beerman
Published: 11/30/17




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Hello Panthers: 

 

Want a chance to win a free laptop?

Watch for the district survey coming soon on School Loop to be eligible to win.

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Posted by: Sandy Beerman
Published: 11/28/17




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Click on the attachment to see the flyer for the Nutcracker to be performed December 10 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

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Published: 11/28/17




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Rosemead won three close sets in girls high school varsity volleyball Mission Valley League (MVL) action against visiting South El Monte on Oct. 24, 2017.

 

Panthers also finished in second place in MVL with an 8-4 record and also has a 15-4 overall record. South El Monte finished MVL with a 5-7 record and has a 7-10 overall record. Gabrielino was 12-0 to win the league.

 

On Oct. 24, scores were 25-21, 25-20, and 25-21 as Rosemead won all three sets for a final score of 3-0.

 

Rosemead Head Coach Nancy Lopez said, "we did an 180 from last year and improved a lot. The players are working to get better and we are performing much better as a team this season." 

 

Rosemead was ranked ninth in the latest California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section (CIFSS) Div. 8 poll.

 

In the game against South El Monte, Rosemead's leaders were Arlene Perez with 6 blocks, Emily Reagan with 9 kills, and Ariana Lazo with 7 serve aces.

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Posted by: Sandy Beerman
Published: 10/25/17




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EMUHSD College Night

Arroyo High School

Rally Square

October 9, 2017

5:00 - 7:30 p.m.

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Posted by: Sandy Beerman
Published: 10/4/17




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Drama Club Informational meeting will be on Tuesday 9/5 in Rm 207 after school.

 

Anyone interested in learning more about Drama are welcome to come and check it out!

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Published: 9/2/17




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Click here for a flyer to attend this event

Event will be September 19, 2017 

6:00 - 8:30 p.m.

Location: Pasadena Convention Center

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Published: 8/28/17




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Hello Panthers! If you were unable to listen to our candidates speeches, you can read them down below.

 

Big ASB

Emily Chan and Jeffrey Tsai:

As I take on the challenge of running for your next ASB president, I am fully capable and on top of what my job requires. I have had full experiences with leadership and is able to sucessfully manage my time. Being a leader and having to be responsible for certain things is what I am best at. Not only will leadership enlighten my mood, but it will also give me the opportunity to learn more and consider more options. I promise to fulfill what I can best fulfill and make the next first semester school year one to remember. Remember to brin. your ID and please consider voting for me as your next ASB President on Thursday, May 25th. I have big things in mind! You all will not regret what I have in store for all of you. Thank you.

 

Ryan On and Tina Yee:

Hey Panthers! I'm Ryan On and I'm Tina Yee and we're running to be your next Big ASB President and Vice. Some qualities about us are that we work well together, we're responsible, trustworthy, and have had previous experience in various leadership positions. As previous officers of class ASB, we have insight and are knowledgeable on the responsibilities that the Big ASB President and Vice President need to fulfill. We understand that communication is essential in a cabinet and in informing the student body on school events. We are extremely dedicated to all our tasks and will persevere through any difficulties we may encounter to make sure that the students enjoy their time at RHS. With our fresh, new ideas for school dances and to raise school spirit, we promise to transform the negative aspects of ASB into positive ones and to better events for all students. We look forward to listening to all suggestions and ideas from everyone to make sure that we can successfully be the voice for all students. You can count ON us to do our best to ensure another great school YEEr for everyone. Thank you!

 

Yvonne Tran and Felix Ung:

Hey panthers, we're Yvonne & Felix, and we are running for your ASB president and vice president. We believe that we are capable of making the first semester of our upcoming school year a memorable time of events, ranging from a Pawtastic Big R to an amazing winterball. With our charisma, determination, and leadership, the two of us aim to bring much greatness and success during our last year as Rosemead panthers. We easily fell in love with ASB's atmosphere as freshmen, and three years later, our dedication and respect for this club have only increased. Although at times our position consists of us spending relentless and tiring hours at school constantly painting, we would not change it for the world because we love what we do. The two of us would be thrilled to represent the students of Rosemead High, and to be able to advocate for your decisions and ideas! We hope you guys can assist us in TRANsforming the school to make the next school year an UNGforgettable one. We plan to live up to and exceed the expectations that is set up for us!

 

Class of 2018

Matthew Lau and Linh Vo:

Hi. My name is Matthew Lau and this is Linh Vo, and we are running for your senior class president and vice president. Linh and I are extremely passionate about being leaders within the Rosemead High School community, as we have previously participated in various forms of student government. We want every single member of our class to create meaningful memories during their last year at this place we all call home. With our diligent work ethic, immense capability, and past experience, we will lead the class of 2018 into an exciting senior year. We will incorporate the opinions of all of our classmates into our executive decisions in order to make senior events, such as grad night, senior luncheon, senior nights, and your overall experience at Rosemead High School, amazing. In other words, senior year is going to be lit if you vote for us, thank you.

 

Joyce Hoong and Tyler Au:

Hey Juniors, I’m Joyce Hoong And I’m Tyler Au And we’re running for Class of 2018 President And Vice President. Now, Tyler and I both have had previous leadership positions. But we know it takes more than just experience to be great leaders. It also takes character. We are both committed, responsible, trustworthy, and respectful Panthers that aren’t afraid to take initiative on behalf of our class. Not only will we make sure that every voice is heard, criticism and ideas alike, but we’ll also use the best of our abilities to see things through It takes a lot to take on such important roles. But we Know that we have what it takes to make your Senior Year unforgettable. So make the right choice, and vote Joyce and Tyler. We’ll go all AU t to give you guys a lit final year in Rosemead High School.

 

Class of 2019

Victoria Harmon and Kimi Vo:

Hey panthers! I’m Victoria Harmon, and I’m running for junior class president And I’m Kimi Vo, running with Victoria as junior class vice president. We understand junior year is stressful, and we will be sure to help you with your experience at Rosemead High School the best we can by providing a safe and spirited environment. We have many ideas to achieve this and are open to your ideas and contributions as well. Our goals include creating more efficient communication with the students so that everyone gets an opportunity to be involved and is aware of school activities. And of course, we can't forget about PROM! With our free schedule we understand the Responsibilities and time commitment it will take to plan prom to not only be successful, but enjoyable for everyone. Prom is supposed to be a night to have fun with your friends and a memorable high school experience, and we would be honored to give that to you. Now you are probably wondering, “why would we put ourselves up to these responsibilities? What makes us different?” Well, from the past two years of being in ASB, we’ve come to love the work and dedication it takes and have grown a passion for ASB, especially if it means creating a better year for you. If you vote for us, our top priority will be to make your junior year the best it can be!

 

Bill Ung and Heather Huynh:

Hi my name is Bill Ung. And my name is Heather Huynh. And we're running for your junior class president and Vice President. We've had experience in the ASB cabinet for about a year and we both love it very much. We care about class of '19 as a whole and individually. Together we promise to make this class our number 1 priority and leave no incoming juniors unsatisfied. We promise to reflect on the past and learn from our mistakes to guarantee the best results for all class activities. We promise to do our best to fulfill the needs of each and every member of this class and leave no one feeling left out or isolated. We will work our hardest to plan one of the best proms next year and make all of you incoming juniors and seniors proud. Your opinions matter to us and so do your votes. Please vote for Bill and Heather for your Class of 19 junior President and Vice President! Sung in the tune of Caroline's "great scenes may be great" Because 2019 is great, but it could be better So vote for us on Thursday For Bill and Heather!

 

Class of 2020

Brianna Ngo and Ishi Guerrero:

Hey panthers! My name is Brianna Ngo and I am psyched to be running as your next class of 2020 president along with Ishi Guerrero as Vice President.// A great leader once said, "Be the change you want to see in the world." One of the things I notice on a daily basis is the lack of spirit in my class. If I serve as your VP, I will do all in my power to make sure this class is well spirited. I will also make sure that sadies is planned to its fullest potential. Meaning, it's going to be LITT!!// We will serve as your voice and will be open to new ideas. We assure you that we will dedicate our time and effort in working hard together to make the next upcoming sophomore year memorable, fun, and full of spirit! We are asking for your vote this Thursday, May 25th during lunch @THEQUAD. Remember to bring your schools ID's!!

 

Ashley Tran and Sydney Trieu:

Hey PANTHERS! This is a call to all freshmen!! My name is Ashley Tran and I am running for next year's PRESIDENT. Hi guys, I'm SYDNEY TRIEU, and I'm running for vp! PLEASE VOTE FOR US THIS THURSDAY MAY 25! VOTE for us, and the cabinet next year will be so much better and different for SOPHOMORE year compared to this years! We have so many ideas ready, but we are always willing to hear your ideas! VOTE ASHLEY AND SYDNEY and you won't regret it!

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Published: 5/23/17




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Rosemead's Red Cross is super PUMPED about the last blood drive of the school year, which is this Friday, May 19th. You can sign up at the table in front of the girls' locker room during lunch or with any Red Cross member. You must be at least 16 in order to donate with parental consent. Parental consent is not required if you are 17+. So, let's end the school year with A POSITIVE vibe!!!! :)

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Posted by: Elaine Nguyen
Published: 5/15/17




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Congratulations to two Rosemead students in the "Water is Life" Art contest, sponsored by the Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District.

Emily Chan-Diaz, a 9th grader took 1st place, winning $250 in prize money and Setthinan Joy Siridachanon, a 12th grader, won 2nd place, winning $200.  Both students had beautifully drawn and colored art work that will be reproduced to promote the awareness of preserving our most precious natural resource....water.  The students will be honored at the water company's next board meeting.

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Published: 5/15/17




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The class of 2019 will be selling Mrs. Sahagun's breakfast burritos this coming Monday, May 15th during late start from 8:00 - 9:10 a.m.! 

 

Burritos will be $2 and will be sold by the front black gate of the school! 

 

 

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Posted by: Sandy Beerman
Published: 5/12/17




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So you want to be on the yearbook staff next year?

 

Here’s what you need to do:

 

Read through the application packet (link is below). Read all of it. 

 

Please consider carefully whether or not being on the yearbook staff will fit into your schedule and time commitments next year. You may want to ask current yearbook staff members about their experiences to help you in your decision.

 

If you’re still interested, complete the application (link is below). Be thorough, specific and impressive in your personal statement. Don’t assume. If you have a question or a concern, see or email the adviser before the due date! (karrie.hensley@emuhsd.org)

 

Choose two teachers who know you well. **One must be your current English teacher.** Give each a copy of the teacher recommendation sheet (attached). Ask him/her to return it to my mailbox or classroom (room 204). Double check with your evaluating teachers to make sure that they have turned in the evaluation on time. It is your responsibility, not theirs.

 

Turn in everything to Ms. Hensley in room 204 or in her main office mailbox by Friday, May 19, 2017

 

Click here to access the application & teacher evaluation forms

 

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Published: 4/26/17




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Sophomores Kristal Espinoza and Kathleen Phan have been selected to the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section 5AA Division All-CIF team in girls basketball, announced by CIFSS.

 

Espinoza made First Team All-CIFSS and Phan made Second Team All-CIFSS. It has been years since Rosemead players have been recognized for this honor.   

 

Congratulations lady panthers!

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Published: 4/11/17




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Published: 4/10/17




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Four students from Rosemead High School's varsity basketball team have been selected by coaches of Mission Valley League (MVL) to MVL All-League team.

 

Sophomore center Kristal Espinoza  and sophomore forward Kathleen Phan both were named first team selections, and  junior guard Amy Ung and senior guard Ruby Espinoza were named Mission Valley League Honorable Mention. Congratulations Panthers!                                                                                                          Coach Goldstein

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Published: 4/6/17




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JUNIOR PARENTS:

Our counselor office will be hosting Junior Family Night, “The Road to College” on Wednesday, March 29th from 5:00pm – 7:00pm. The event will start in the cafeteria. Learn about the next steps in applying to college, and how to stay on track to continue to be college bound during the ever so important senior year. Hope to see all junior parents and students there!

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Posted by: Sandy Beerman
Published: 3/21/17




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EXPLORING ETHNIC STUDIES THROUGH FILM, TV, MUSIC AND MORE

 

A new class is being considered at RHS that explores race, ethnicity, gender and identity through film, television, music, sports, food, mass media, and current events.

 

If you are interested click the link below. See Ms. Sandoval in room 97 for more details.

 

Ethnic Studies Class Information

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Posted by: Sandy Beerman
Published: 3/14/17




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EMUHSD PRESENTS

FREE NEIGHBORHOOD CONCERT

 

LA Philharmonic

Sunday, March 19, 2017 5:00 p.m.

Rosemead High School Auditorium

 

Click here for the flyer

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Posted by: Sandy Beerman
Published: 3/13/17




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This Thursday, March 16th, there will be a House of Representatives meeting during second period in panther’s lair. In this meeting, you will be informed of school activities of the month of March and share your thoughts and opinions on past/upcoming events. Teachers please send one representative to attend this meeting and there will be donuts provided for those who attend.

Christy Huey

2nd Semester Speaker of the House

 

 

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Published: 3/12/17




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Published: 3/10/17




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ATTENTION ALL SENIORS

Click on the link below to see the full calendar for important events for 2017 seniors:

 

2017 Senior Bulletin

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Posted by: Sandy Beerman
Published: 3/8/17




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Rosemead High School 2017 Open House

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

6:00 p.m. Welcome Reception in the Auditorium with Performances

6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Classroom visits, clubs/sports/college information, and food sale

 

Click here to see the flyer

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Published: 2/17/17




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Hello!

 

For those of you who are interested in knowing what upcoming fundraisers and/or would like to check if your fundraiser was approved, please be sure to check out the link below! 

 

The list is updated every Tuesday by 10PM. If you do not see your fundraiser posted on the calendar, it is because the date was taken by another club. 

 

If there are any questions/comments/concerns, feel free to contact me, Vicky Chang via schoolloop or Facebook. If you are also a club President or Treasurer, please contact me ASAP to be added onto the AXIS group to stay updated about the upcoming club events.

 

Thank you!

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Published: 2/8/17