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Annual freshman project renamed

February 22, 2016

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BY GABI HUTSON [email protected] Freshmen students taking the pre-AP English 9 and Geography and World Cultures block will now know the 20% Project as the Global Citizen Project. Geography teacher Cari Oberreuter and English teacher Deborah Sidler changed the name to more specifically reflect the goal of the project. According to Oberreuter, the project’s name caus...

Digital resources outpace analog texts

February 22, 2016

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Williams Act remains roadblock for digital transition BY BRIAN NUEVO [email protected] Several teachers at Roseville High School have been making moves away from textbook use in their classrooms and implementing alternative resources for teaching materials. Still, the Williams Act, a “Superior Court case to provide all students equal access to instructional mate...

Support approach shifts

February 22, 2016

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SBAC segueing in, CAHSEE out turns departments toward individualized academic intervention BY MARC CHAPPELLE [email protected] Staff at both Roseville High School and Roseville Joint Union High School District increasingly focus efforts to accurately target and support students in need of academic support or intervention. These ongoing efforts stand in the...

English department cancels Junior Research Project

February 22, 2016

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BY ZACHARY SEMINER [email protected] Roseville High School juniors taking CP English 11 will no longer complete the Junior Research Project. The move comes after the shift to Common Core encouraged a curriculum partially focused on research-based work, rendering it invaluable in a course curriculum that accomplishes similar goals. College Preparatory English 11 st...

Support approach shifts

February 22, 2016

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SBAC segueing in, CAHSEE out turns departments toward individualized academic intervention BY MARC CHAPPELLE [email protected] Staff at both Roseville High School and Roseville Joint Union High School District increasingly focus efforts to accurately target and support students in need of academic support or intervention. These ongoing efforts stand in the...

LCAP: the first year

February 22, 2016

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RJUHSD spending targets at-risk groups BY MIKAYLA STEARNS [email protected] This article is part one of a two-part series. In this article, Eye of the Tiger details how the district allocated 2015-16 LCAP funds. In the next issue, we look at the spending’s impact on Roseville High School programs. Roseville Joint Union High School District received discretion...

LCAP: the first year

February 22, 2016

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RJUHSD spending targets at-risk groups BY MIKAYLA STEARNS [email protected] This article is part one of a two-part series. In this article, Eye of the Tiger details how the district allocated 2015-16 LCAP funds. In the next issue, we look at the spending’s impact on Roseville High School programs. Roseville Joint Union High School District received discretio...

Talent show kicks off with bands, painting

February 22, 2016

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BY ANILA LIJO [email protected] Roseville High School held its first talent show in six years at the Patti Baker Theater last Thursday. Talent show committee member Delaney Strong believes that the talent show was a success because of the number of people that turned up. “It went on to be a lot better than expected,” Strong said. “Three-fourth of the theater was filled...

CTE, VAPA streamline course selections from guide

February 1, 2016

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BY MEGAN ANDERSON [email protected] Both the Visual and Performing Arts and Career Technical Education departments slimmed down their electives from the course catalog. According to CTE department head Ron Volk, the CTE department got rid of the electives Business Law, Sports Marketing and Accounting due to the scarce number of students enrolled. According to V...

IM2 combats fall fail rates

February 1, 2016

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Integrated math teachers restructure curriculum with aim of improving student understanding and results BY GABI HUTSON [email protected] Since the start of the new Integrated Math 2 courses last term, the math teachers from each site in the Roseville Joint Union High School District have held meetings discussing how they could combat the high fail rates of the ...

Student Government revives talent show

February 1, 2016

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BY ZACHARY SEMINER [email protected] Student Government is bringing back the talent show on Feb. 18 after its cancellation years ago. Previously, RHS’s Future Business Leaders of America hosted the show. According to talent show committee member Parker Crews, the show was revived in effort to unite students. “The show hasn’t been going on for a long perio...

Staff drives admin response to disruption concerns

February 1, 2016

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Admin opts to review and tweak existing policies, rather than implement new rules BY SAM MAILEY [email protected] At the start of the second semester, Roseville High School administration and staff began working on policies to reduce class disruptions. These include tightening restroom and vending machine use policies, the office making efforts to distribute dismi...