The mission of Rosemead High School is to enable all students to acquire the skills needed to live productively and creatively in a diverse society. We will develop self-esteem and empower students to take positive control of their own lives. We will foster an appreciation of individuals of all cultures and beliefs. We will encourage life-long intellectual curiosity and sensitivity to the arts. We will promote physical well-being and self-discipline in a safe environment. We intend to produce educated, responsible citizens who will become contributing members of our democratic society.
FREE CURBSIDE BREAKFAST AND LUNCH FOR ALL RHS STUDENTS
During the dismissal period (March 16-27), El Monte Union - in conjunction with our partner elementary school districts - will continue to provide breakfast and lunch "Grab-and-go" meals to all children 18 years or younger from 9 a.m. to noon.
A drive-up/walk-up curbside service will be available at the front of the schools. The student name and identification card are NOT required for access to school meals during this time, but they must be present. All students are eligible to receive a meal at one of the following locations:
- El Monte High School, 3048 Tyler Ave., El Monte, 91731
- Arroyo High School, 4921 Cedar Ave., El Monte, 91732
- South El Monte High School, 1001 Durfee Ave., South El Monte, 91733
- Encinita School, 4515 Encinita Ave., Rosemead, 91770
- Savannah School, 3720 Rio Hondo Ave., Rosemead, 91770
- Muscatel School, 4201 Ivar Ave., Rosemead, 91770
- Potrero School, 2611 N. Potrero Ave., El Monte, 91733
- Durfee School, 12233 Star St., El Monte, 91732
- Gidley School, 10226 E. Lower Azusa Road, El Monte, 91731
- Shirpser School, 4020 Gibson Road, El Monte, 91731
2019-20 EXAMINATION UPDATES
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Panthers in the News
The Sugar Plum Fairy and her flock of snowflakes were among the more than 70 international ballet dancers who delicately waltzed, leaped and pirouetted during a magical performance of holiday favorite, “The Nutcracker,” in front of a sold-out crowd of students and families at EMUHSD’s auditorium on Dec. 10. The most recent community performances that EMUHSD theater technicians staged was “The Nutcracker,” performed by an i Hidden from the audience, those staging the elaborate production – 14 EMUHSD theater technicians who bustled backstage to ensure that the countless props were in place...click the story title for the full details...
NBC 4 Los Angeles Salutes the Mountain View High School Class of 2020! Watch the video!
The El Monte Promise Foundation in collaboration with El Monte Union High School District has launched a donation campaign to raise $10,000 for graduation banners and signs recognizing El Monte Union’s Class of 2020. The deadline to donate is June 10.
As El Monte Union prepares to bid farewell to the Class of 2020, the District’s six high schools are finding creative and safe ways to highlight seniors, honoring students with awards, personalized yard signs, graduation regalia and diploma car parades to honor the successes they’ve achieved over the last four years.
Over the next few days, your school administration team will be providing you with specific guidelines for the Class of 2020 Car Parade Celebration, during which seniors will officially receive their diplomas and have their photos taken. We are looking forward to seeing all graduating seniors and their immediate families on June 4.
CHECKOUT RHS SENIOR UPDATES
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