A simple example has come to RHS on what will be the future of education.
Soon you will see a fuselage of an aircraft or airbus here at the Early College Campus-where approx 15 virtual computers will be inside for classrooms to utlize and visit places on the is earth for any lesson or for that matter out of this world as well. All from our wonderful AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURING PATHWAY
Mr. Riley's Auto Shop Class had the opportunity to visit the Hyundai -Kia Motors California Proving Grounds.
We had the privilege of hosting Dr. Mary Barlow, Kern County Superintendent on March 15, 2017. The purpose of the visit is to provide a snap shot of Dual enrollment and CTE programs. We showcased the great things students are doing in their NPDL groups, CTE classes and Dual Enrollment College Classes! The guest below are: Heather Richter and Jason Hodgson from the Kern County Superintendent Office.
RHS Dance Force Team Competition. Joseph Santos: 1st place- Lindy Hop, Tango, Chacha, Bachata and Jack&Jill. Eric Sanders: 3rd place - Tango and Lindy Hop. 5th place - Cha Cha and Bachata. Laila Marrero: 1st place Bachata and 3rd place - Tango. Holly Hargrave: 1st place - Tango and Cha Cha. 3rd place - Lindy Hop and Jack & Jill. Kamdyn Padilla: 1st place - Lindy Hop. 5th place ChaCha and Bachata. 7th place - Jack & Jill. Courtney Jones: 6th place - Jack & Jill.
Surprise Walk at Marie Kerr Park with Coach Speed. RHS supporting one of our own fearless leaders who has been dealing with cancer. Coach Speed has set a walking goal to strengthen his body. His goal is 1000 miles in 2017.
Meet and Greet for new potential employees. Invited to participate in a visit at Rosamond High School and Tropico Middle School, giving Department chairs an opportunity to share the vision of SKUSD.
On March 4, 2017, The History Club from RHS competed in Kern County history day in Bakersfield. These dedicated students have been working since October. Justin Williams won 1st place in the exhibit category and Savanah Hunt and Stevie Harvey won 1st in group performance. These students will move onto the state competition in May near Rocklin, CA.
Rosamond High School students Kamdyn Padilla, Alexandra Castelazo, Clarita Velasquez, Wesley Karkiewicz, and Ethan Meyer, along with coach Jason McComb, participated in the 2017 AVC Math Field Day with Wesley and Ethan taking first place as a team in the freshman/sophomore Leap Frog competition.
Honoring students who received Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance. 54% of Rosamond High School students carry a GPA of 3.0 or higher and 17% are daily attending college classes.