Eye of the Tiger

Century Charter opening delayed until 2017-18 school year

Century Charter opening delayed until 2017-18 school year

ROMAN TYLER

September 30, 2016


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In early 2016, a new charter school named Century Charter School was planned to open for the 2016-17 school year. The school is now planned to open in the 2017-18 school year due to complications finding a location for the school and lacking enrollment, according to the school’s principal, Adelante ...

SG looks to learn from peers in Interleague

SG looks to learn from peers in Interleague

PRESTON WALTER

September 30, 2016


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Student government attends Interleague, a program for student government classes in the area to collaborate on ideas they use to better their individual schools. ASB President Parker Crews believes that Interleague is a great way to see how other schools in the district run their class. Crews hope...

SG reveals Homecoming court

SG reveals Homecoming court

SAM TOOMEY

September 24, 2016


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Student Government announced the 2016 Homecoming court yesterday. The five princesses are seniors Isabelle Bautista, Shelbie McKay, Juliette Oliver, Allison Palmer and Kaitlyn Pon. The five princes are seniors Cameron Andreson, Marc Chappelle, Parker Crews, George Hughes and Jeffery Oh. Oh feels hon...

Faculty copes with student population spike

Faculty copes with student population spike

WAFEEQ RIDHUAN

September 19, 2016


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Roseville High school’s student population exceeded 2000 students at the beginning of this school year, bringing larger class sizes and additional class sections to a campus built for 1600. The growth in enrollment overshot district administration’s projections early last year and was “unexpected,”...

AP exam results vary as enrollment increases

AP exam results vary as enrollment increases

ALEXX DOOLITTLE

September 19, 2016


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In recent years at Roseville High School, an increasing number of students have been enrolling in AP courses. For the 2015-2016 school year, out of the 1363 students enrolled in AP courses, 862 students attempted at least one AP exam. This increased participation has lead to mixed results – as school...

Tiger Band transitions under new leadership

Tiger Band transitions under new leadership

ANILA LIJO

September 19, 2016


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The Tiger Band is transitioning under new leadership. In his first weeks, band director Matt Koutney wants to push the limits of his students. “I took the first month or so to get to know the students and what the situation was,” Koutney said. “My goal right now is to up the potential of...

Mattix applies “a little TLC” to SG Environment

Mattix applies “a little TLC” to SG Environment

BRIAN NUEVO

September 19, 2016


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First-year activities director Brent Mattix hopes to lead this year’s Student Government class as a student-driven and feedback-focused classroom. Mattix has made changes from the rearranging the classroom to adding new events. ASB secretary Alyssa Crawford, who has been enrolled in Student Government...

ROAR: Teachers, students adapt

ROAR: Teachers, students adapt

MEGAN ANDERSON

September 19, 2016


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Roseville High School changed its schedule at the beginning of the year to include academic support time after first period each day. Under the name “ROAR,” the intervention schedule features a 30-minute priority period that corresponds to the day of the week. If a student has a D or F in a class,...

RHS brings in new shipment of furniture

RHS brings in new shipment of furniture

JACK ROSETTI

September 16, 2016


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Roseville High School received a bulk shipment of classroom furniture today in an effort to project a different image at RHS, according to principal David Byrd. The new renovations will start in the 900 west building. RHS has ordered new chairs and desks and plans to purchase more furniture. The renovat...

Teachers learn from peers in Learning Walks

Teachers learn from peers in Learning Walks

WAFEEQ RIDHUAN,

September 15, 2016


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A team of Roseville High School teachers have started a new program called Learning Walks. The program intends for teachers to observe different teaching methods they could implement in their own classroom. The program was implemented this week. Teachers observed other classroom environments last Tues...

AP Human Geo sees sophomore influx after district adjusts social science requirement

AP Human Geo sees sophomore influx after district adjusts social science requirement

WAFEEQ RIDHUAN

September 13, 2016


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The AP Human Geography course fulfills the sophomore social science requirement for the first time this school year. AP Human Geo increased in enrollment this year partially due to an increased number of sophomores in the class, as a result. Roseville Joint Unified High School District approved the...

RHS returns to 5:5 male to female ratio in dance courts

RHS returns to 5:5 male to female ratio in dance courts

JACK ROSETTI

September 9, 2016


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Student Government announced that the dance court system will revert back to the original ratio of five boys to five girls. They will be implemented during Homecoming week, beginning on Sept. 26. The court system will again consist of five princes and princesses and, after the voting, one king and one qu...