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Student Council


"The mission of Rosemont School is to provide a quality education, which will inspire every child to be a lifelong learner who is a respectful, socially responsibly contributing member of the global community. 


What are the responsibilities of a student council member?

demonstrates COBRA behavior, ethics and values

models an appropriate and socially acceptable attitude 

attends student council meetings

completes student council "homework"

posts signs & information throughout school regarding school events

receives information/feedback from your student body

passes on information to your student body

attends extracurricular activities and school functions

be the "first to show, last to go"

represents the concerns, questions, and feedback from students, faculty, and staff

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8th Grade Class Officers


Vice President: 



Sponsors: Mrs. Kovalicik and Mr. Schaul

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Grade 7 Representatives

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Grade 6 Representatives


“ Bits with Brianna” by Brianna Molini Class Secretary



“Bits with Brianna” by Brianna Molini. Class Secretary

May 2018 - Welcome to the final “Bits with Brianna.” The 8th grade just got back from their class trip to Washington D.C. All of the kids had a blast throughout the whole trip. We saw the White House, World War ll Memorial, Arlington Cemetery, Gettysburg, Mount Vernon, and Iwo Jima. That's just a sample of what the 8th grade saw on their trip.  One of my favorite things to see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It was very sad but so fascinating. The Junior High had their last dance on May 4th. This dance was black and white themed and 5th-8th graders were invited. Music was provided by DJ Pharaoh. Looking back on what the 8th grade accomplished throughout the year, we really did a lot of different things.  First, we worked the Voters League Picnic in July, then in October we volunteered at the Halloween party at the school. Then we wrapped Christmas gifts for kids in need, had a pancake breakfast and sold cookie dough Finally, we left for Washington, D.C. Our bond grew stronger during our time here at Rosemont Elementary School. So long to all my readers, and good luck to whoever is Class Secretary next year!

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