SIGN UP THROUGH JUNE ’22
Volunteer to help during lunch and recess for RHES students. Requires as little as 30 minutes and is a huge help to students and staff alike!
Volunteers for 1st grade lunch are a particular need.
Ready to Volunteer? Don’t forget to complete MCPS Training
In advance of volunteering on campus, MCPS requires parents volunteers to complete an online training on:
- Recognizing Child Abuse and Neglect Training
- Submit a COVID-19 vaccination attestation
Resources on ways to celebrate Black History Month
presented by RHES NAACP Parents’ Council
What is Black History Month?
Black History Month is celebrated every year to highlight the achievements and contributions of African Americans.
How to Celebrate Black History Month at Home?
- Explain what Black History month means.
- Read books about diversity and black characters as protagonist.
A few books are featured above. YouTube has books read online if you do not have a copy of the book.
- Learn history by visiting museums.
The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History in Washington, DC has more than 3,500 exhibits available online. You can find a complete list of all the virtual tours offered by Google Arts & Culture.
- Teach them about black icons.
A few featured titles are:
- Martin’s Big Words: The Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by Doreen Rappaport
- Counting on Katherine: How Katherine Johnson Saved Apollo 13 by Helaine Becker Moses
- When Harriet Tubman Led Her People to Freedom by Carole Boston Weatherford
During the week of October 25 – October 29, 2021, Rosemary Hills ES will engage in an inclusive celebration focused on fall activities connected to the curriculum, community, and learning for all children.
|Autumn/Fall Harvest Literature Day|
Dress like your favorite storybook character or draw a picture of your favorite storybook character
|Autumn/Fall Color Day|
Wear a color of autumn/fall (orange, yellow, green, brown)
Wear something with a positive/thankful message or write a positive/thankful message
|Rosemary Hills School Connection Day|
Show your school pride and wear your school colors or Rhino wear
RHES PTA is excited to host Outdoor Movie Night this Saturday, October 16 featuring:
The Lego Movie
Bring blankets or camp chairs and grab a spot in the field by 6:30pm for this FREE showing.
You can bring your own dinner and snacks or enjoy offerings available for purchase from MoCo Delivery and Fred’s Ice Truck.
MoCo Delivery will be selling:
- Delicious empanadas from BB Empanadas, beef and chicken.
Yummy veggie Samosas from Metro Dabha Indian Restaurant.
- Sodas & bubble tea
Sponsored by Ian Velinsky Realtor at Rebecca Weiner Group of Compass (Dad of Levi in Mrs. Rogers K Class)
Virtual Back-to-School Night (parents only) will take place on Monday, September 13 at 6:30 PM. This event is an opportunity for parents to meet the teachers, learn about the curriculum and important classroom information. This adult only event will be held in-person and you will have the opportunity to hear about the plans and expectations for the year from your child’s teacher.
Individual classroom presentations will occur in two sessions and all teachers will be available for both sessions. Both sessions will be identical and families only need to attend one session. If you have more than one student at Rosemary Hills, you have the opportunity to attend both sessions.
Please note that Back-to-School Night is not a time for individual conferences. Teachers will need to leave promptly at the end of the second session.
Classroom teachers will share their Zoom links with you in a separate email.
We can’t wait for the first day of school on Monday, August 30, 2021! Please review the important information below.
Based on new updates from MCPS, large scale events (Open House/Back-to-School Night) cannot be held indoors and we are making the following adjustments:
On Friday, August 27, Orientation for students only in K-2 will take place. The Orientation times for each grade level are noted below.
|Kindergarten||1:30 – 1:50 PM|
|1st Grade||2:00 – 2:20 PM|
|2nd Grade||2:30 – 2:50 PM|
Please arrive 10 minutes before your child’s session to check your child in at the front of the school.
Look for the table with the teacher’s name. Students will line up outside with their teacher and then the teacher will walk the students into the building and to the classroom. When orientation is finished, teachers will walk students outside to meet their parents.
If you have school supplies and would like to drop them off, we will have an outside area to collect these items. Please be sure to put the teacher’s name on the bag.
Back-to-School Night will be a virtual event on September 13 at 6:30 PM. Classroom teachers will share their Zoom links with you in a separate email.
Remember to pick up your Rhino Ready Bags with distance learning supplies on Tuesday, September 15th and Thursday, September 17th from 11:30 – 1pm!
The PTA provided the bags that hold the supplies, so check out how you can support the PTA here