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GALLERY: RHS celebrates at annual Casaba rally

GALLERY: RHS celebrates at annual Casaba rally

STAFF REPORT

February 3, 2017


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Roseville High School held its annual Casaba rally today. Casaba princes Clay Bradley, Brandon Del Rosario, Sean Granucci, Johnny Mulligan, Neal Reilly and princesses Alexx Doolittle, Sydney Ferre, Sam Lucero, Skyler Rubey and Mayse Thao walked the red carpet. The RHS dance team and cheer squad ...

PLTW tracks gain second-level courses

PLTW tracks gain second-level courses

BRIAN NUEVO

January 30, 2017


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Project Lead The Way students embarked on the second level of the Engineering and Biomedical Science tracks this term. Biomed gained Human Body Systems, and the Engineering track gained Principles of Engineering. These classes are just the second of four that can be offered in each PLTW program....

ROAR lessons roll out

ROAR lessons roll out

ANDREW SMITH

January 30, 2017


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At the beginning of the spring term, Roseville High School paused the regular intervention schedule as teachers gave students a series of presentations focused on “cultural sensitivity” during priority period. Aiming to better equip RHS students to respond to and discuss sensitive cultural issues,...

Measure D secures sixth HS plans

Measure D secures sixth HS plans

JOHNNY MULLIGAN

January 30, 2017


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Roseville Joint Union High School District’s sixth high school is set to break ground in the spring of 2018 with the funds from the recently passed Measure D bond. Measure D will allocate $30 million to the high school in Westpark. The total cost is $110 million and $80 million stems from vario...

School invests in two water bottle fillers in 900s

School invests in two water bottle fillers in 900s

BRIAN NUVEO

January 30, 2017


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Over winter break, maintenance installed two new water bottle fillers in the 900 buildings over the already existing water fountains. These were put in in order to be up to par with the other filtration standards with water on campus, according to RHS daytime custodian Jonathan Tanner. Tanner sees...

Rainstorms bring leaks, flooding and floor damage

Rainstorms bring leaks, flooding and floor damage

BRIAN NUVEO

January 30, 2017


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Due to recent storms, rooms around campus suffered from leaks or flooding, causing structural damage throughout Roseville High School. Student Government’s room 606, the library and Eye of the Tiger news’ Studio 403 were affected by various leaks and puddles. Rooms with carpeting had to be torn out...

Linda Park steps down from school board

Linda Park steps down from school board

BRAD MORIN

January 30, 2017


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Roseville Joint Union High School board member Linda Park resigned earlier this month, a year before the end of her term expiration date in 2018. Park was one of two returning members after 2016’s board election, along with board member Scott Huber. Park plans to move to out of state with her...

Student complaints bring SG dance, music changes

Student complaints bring SG dance, music changes

KAIA WHITNEY

January 30, 2017


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After holding a four-hour retreat before the start of school, Student Government teacher Brett Mattix kicked off his second term with several changes to the program’s structure. The retreat detailed the plan for this term’s curriculum and familiarized the students with each other. Junior Student...

PHOTO: Roseville Police Chief meets with RHS Black Student Union

PHOTO: Roseville Police Chief meets with RHS Black Student Union

STAFF REPORT

January 19, 2017


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Roseville Chief of Police Daniel Hahn made a guest appearance at a Roseville High School Black Student Union meeting today. The visit coincided with RHS’ newly-implemented ROAR cultural sensitivity lessons taking place throughout the week. RHS’ Black Student Union plans to have more guest speake...

Roseville PD to cite unpermitted parking tomorrow

Roseville PD to cite unpermitted parking tomorrow

RACHEL BARBER

December 13, 2016


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Roseville Police Department will be issuing $62.50 fines to students parking on residential streets off campus without a permit tomorrow morning, according to officer Carlos Cortes. Cortes sent a staff-wide email asking teachers to caution their students against parking in these permit zones this a...

District team looks to alter grading policy

District team looks to alter grading policy

WAFEEQ RIDHUAN

December 12, 2016


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A Roseville Joint Union High School District conversation could lead to revisions in the current grading policy and an establishment of district-wide grading guidelines. Assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction Jess Borjon led RJUHSD’s Continuous Improvement Leadership Team meeti...

Spring-term ROAR period lessons emphasize cultural sensitivity

Spring-term ROAR period lessons emphasize cultural sensitivity

NATE NGUYEN

December 12, 2016


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Roseville High School will present three lessons focused on cultural sensitivity during ROAR support periods during the first week of the spring term. The lessons are scheduled to take place during the first week of the semester. Assistant principal Anna Marie Clark said staff assembled to develop...