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  • ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS!! 

    Practice Covid Mitigation Strategies:

    Wear your masks properly. Practice good hygiene etiquette. Physically distance. Stay home if you are sick.

     

    EARLY RELEASE SCHEDULE

     

    SCHOOL DISMISSAL JUNE 13-16 AT 12:10PM

     

    MARK YOUR CALENDAR:

    ALL LIBRARY BOOKS ARE DUE NOW!

    ALL CHROMEBOOKS, CHARGERS, & MIFI'S ARE DUE TO THE LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER NOW!

    PTSA SCHOOL DANCE 6-8PM - JUNE 10

    EIGHTH GRADE COOKOUT - JUNE 13

    FIELD DAY - JUNE 14

    FIELD DAY PERMISSION FORM LINK:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1_gJKLqps5dHMXrV9ZkF8kgNr3gTmo4q8aeOxV-ymMW0/edit

    EIGHTH GRADE MOVING ON CEREMONY - JUNE 15 @ 2:30PM

    LAST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS - JUNE 16

     

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  •                                                         "Two Great Programs Under One Roof"  

                                                             AMBASSADORS & YOUNG SCHOLARS                                                           

                                                                   Rosemont Instructional Focus

                                                                     Critical Thinking

    Our Mission 

    The mission of The Academy at Rosemont, a cornerstone of a proudly diverse community, is to educate each student to be a successful, productive contributor to society by providing powerful teaching and learning opportunities.

     

    Guiding Principles

    • Self-Respect
    • High Expectations
    • Life-Long Learners
    • Nurturing Environment
    • Team Work
    • Academic Excellence

     

    WBelieve 

    • All students will learn.
    • All students will be held accountable for acceptable behavior and will respect peers and adults in accordance with PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports).
    • All personnel within the organization will be held accountable for ensuring that decision-making is data-driven and congruent with the district's vision, mission, and goals.
    • Meaningful professional development is critical to quality work performance.
    • Cultural diversity and learning styles of students will be recognized as a cornerstone of a diverse community.
    • Enhanced rigorous academic programs are essential for students.
    • Data analysis is critical to examining existing practices, programs, and initiatives for continuous improvement.
    • All students, staff, parents, and community members are ambassadors for the school system.

Contact Information

  • Dr. Dorie Banks, Principal
    1330 Branch Road
    Norfolk, VA. 23513

    Phone: (757) 852-4610
    Fax: (757) 852-4615

    Office Hours
    Monday-Friday
    7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

    Student Hours
    8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

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