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Eye of the Tiger

Students create sports, lifestyle blog

Students create sports, lifestyle blog

TARAH JOHNSON

February 22, 2017


Filed under Features, What's New

A group of Roseville High School students have taken it upon themselves to create a blog with daily posts about sports, lifestyle and opinions. Juniors Jamie Bateman and Joe Cirrincione and sophomores Ben Furdek and Bradley Morin started their blog in the beginning of the school year with the intent...

GALLERY: CBS13 editor speaks at BSU meeting

GALLERY: CBS13 editor speaks at BSU meeting

STAFF REPORT

February 16, 2017


Filed under Features, Galleries, What's New

Jorden P. Hales, a CBS13 editor and Center High School alumnus, spoke at a Roseville High School Black Student Union meeting this afternoon. Hales discussed the value of African-American commerce and his experiences as a career journalist.

Dance program founder returns from retirement

Dance program founder returns from retirement

VIKTORIA BARR

January 30, 2017


Filed under Features, What's New

Behind the doors of Patti Baker’s second period advanced dance class, movement and sound take hold. Each student practices turns and kicks, eager to perfect choreography under Baker’s watchful eye. Little has changed since Baker started the dance program nearly 30 years ago. Baker worked at R...

Eagle Scouts fuels seniors’ friendship

Eagle Scouts fuels seniors’ friendship

ZACH JOSE and WILLIAM WAGNER

January 30, 2017


Filed under Features

Each day as the school’s PA system buzzes students out of class, some participate in extracurricular activities such as going to a school club or going to a job. For seniors Thomas Okelberry and Grant Baer, however, it’s a different life. Both students are Eagle Scouts, the highest rank attain...

Taketa scores Girls State spot

Taketa scores Girls State spot

SPENCER SERRATOS

January 30, 2017


Filed under Features

The American Legion Auxiliary Girls State has nominated Roseville High School junior Emily Taketa for a place at the Girls State conference in Southern California. Taketa will now be attending the Claremont McKenna camp this summer. Taketa was very pleased when she learned she won the opportunity...

HUMANS OF RHS: Jonathan Tanner

HUMANS OF RHS: Jonathan Tanner

TARAH JOHNSON

January 30, 2017


Filed under Humans of RHS

Roseville High School custodial worker Jonathan Tanner started working in the RJUHSD this school year. A spiritual man, Tanner uses his prior experiences in janitorial services to channel his need for purity and organization. Tanner appreciates the students of RHS’ energy and their subconscious tendency...

Physiology students raise ‘children’ for human development project

Physiology students raise ‘children’ for human development project

SPENCER SERRATOS

December 19, 2016


Filed under Features

Social Science teacher Erin Granucci implemented a brand new project to her 3rd period Physiology class designed to teach students responsibility. Corresponding to the Human Development unit, students were required to purchase a sack of flour and care for it as if it were their own child. Accor...

Two-decade-old turtle stands test of time

Two-decade-old turtle stands test of time

JACK ROSETTI

December 16, 2016


Filed under Features

Roseville High School Biology and AP Environmental Science teacher CJ Addington has had his turtle, Jeffrey, in his class for over 20 years. “When I first started teaching here, about 24 years ago, there was a ceramics teacher named Bob Vlasic. I guess his kids had the turtle and then for whateve...

Oliver pursues international experience

Oliver pursues international experience

EDDY SOTOMAYOR

December 12, 2016


Filed under Features, What's New

Roseville High School senior Juliette Oliver looks forward to a chance to study abroad in light of signing up for a government scholarship program in hopes of gaining experience to one day become a US Ambassador.  Following her semi-finalist interview for The National Security Language Initiative ...

Freshman bolsters dog-walking business

Freshman bolsters dog-walking business

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

December 12, 2016


Filed under Features

Balancing a busy work schedule and school can be a difficult task, freshman Madison Grappo can confirm. With an expanding dog sitting and walking business, and over 50 clients, she has her hands full - not counting her 15 additional pets. “When I was little my mom said I took a sharpie and put dalmat...

Carstens provides dance accessories for those in need

Carstens provides dance accessories for those in need

VIKTORIA BARR

December 12, 2016


Filed under Features

Roseville High School administrative assistant Sarah Carstens has taken an interest in helping RHS students through the potential financial troubles that come along with high school dances.   Mainly focusing on prom, Carstens has taken it upon herself to start a dress donation program which prov...

Nunn relates to students overcoming learning disabilities

Nunn relates to students overcoming learning disabilities

TARAH JOHNSON

December 12, 2016


Filed under Features

Two years ago Riki Nunn entered Roseville High School facing usual first-year transition struggles, while also combating both dyslexia and audio displacement. Dyslexia, also known as reading disorder, is characterized by trouble with reading and writing despite normal intelligence, and it’s someth...