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Student Council Info

 

2018-2019

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

President: Jimmy Traficanti  

Vice President: Cara Gobenciong

Secretary: Daisy Robles

Treasurer: George Bazianos

Sponsors: Mrs. Kovalcik and Mr. Schaul


Grade 7 Representatives

Grace Dorgan

Kylie McGovern

Grade 6 Representatives

Ellie Dorgan

Bora Sinani

“ Diligent Daisy” by Daisy Robles - Class Secretary

 

 

“Diligent Daisy” by Daisy Robles. Class Secretary-November 2018

Dear Friends,

Hello, my name is Daisy Robles, and it's my pleasure to be your class Secretary. This month, the 8th graders helped unload trees at Stephen's Park. We unloaded Christmas wreathes, candy canes, and over 600 trees. In honor of Veteran's Day, Mr. Moran, a Vietnam veteran came to Rosemont School to talk about his experiences.  We thank Mr. Moran all of the other men and woman in our armed forces for their service!   On the day of the Donut Dash, students, staff, and parents, ran the 5k for Breast Cancer awareness. To end the evening, we had a party in the gym, ate donuts, and duct taped Mr. Anderson to the gym wall.  We are currently enjoying the 2018 Cultural Event Week. We are learning all about Hawaii. We will experience a Hawaiian storyteller, Aloha Chicago dancers, ukulele players, and learn all about volcanoes. The junior high is looking forward to attending the Cernan Space Center to experience volcanoes up close. When return from Thanksgiving break,  the Leyden Fine Arts Tour will be visiting Rosemont School. What a great way to kick off the holiday season!

Sincerely,

Daisy Robles

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