A Spirited Transformation for the Library
April 20, 2023
A little over a month ago, RHS revamped the Admin Building and during Spring break, the Library also received a new and improved look. According to PLTW teacher Erin Granucci, this project is to help share and get kids connected more with the historical facts about the past 111 years at RHS.
“We started with stage one which was the Silvia Besana building, with the beautiful timeline and all that good stuff. And stage two was more student centered. We wanted to make sure that there was something in the hub, in the middle of campus that everybody can enjoy and is a routine place people visit,” Granucci said.
Granucci believes that with the centralized location of the project, all students will be able to enjoy and appreciate learning about the heritage of Roseville High School.
“We do a lot of activities on that front stage like college signing, all kinds of stuff so it really was a good location, focal point for everybody,” Granucci said.
Granucci is optimistic about future students learning about the history of RHS.
“I’m hoping that the pride of being here at Roseville High School will be contiguous, I’m hoping all these projects will lead to more projects, we’re not done,” Granucci said.
The RHS Alumni Association helped the current RHS committee come up with ideas of what to do with renovating the Library, Administration building, and what’s next to come.
“So this committee that we have work with the Alumni Association, so now we get to sit down for next year and say, which is the next one, what do we do next, and then we start the planning and the ideas and the innovation,” Granucci said.