Eye of the Tiger

Band to host holiday dinner, concert fundraiser

Band to host holiday dinner, concert fundraiser

AMY ADAMSON

December 1, 2016


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Roseville High School Tiger band will be holding a pasta dinner and concert in the cafeteria and Patty Baker Theatre to fund ongoing expenses on Wednesday, Dec. 14. As in years past, the dinner and concert has a holiday theme, so they will be playing Christmas-themed music, according to band stud...

SG extends Toys 4 Tots deadline to gather more donations

SG extends Toys 4 Tots deadline to gather more donations

TRINITY COMPTON

November 30, 2016


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Student Government pushed back the ornament pickup deadline for Toys 4 Tots this year due to a decrease in student participation. Despite Student Government's promotion, the annual toy drive received roughly half of the participation as last year, according to Toys 4 Tots committee head Kenzie Johnson. ...

Teachers vote science teacher Mike Purvines as Teacher of the Year

Teachers vote science teacher Mike Purvines as Teacher of the Year

KENZIE DUNCAN

November 18, 2016


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Roseville High School teachers voted science teacher Mike Purvines as this this year’s RHS Teacher of the Year. According to Purvines, there are teachers who surround him on campus who he feels are just as deserving. “There’s a great source of teachers here and it’s awkward being pushed forth ...

Swastika graffiti defaces campus

Swastika graffiti defaces campus

RACHEL BARBER

November 10, 2016


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UPDATE: Principal David Byrd acknowledged the incident in a school-wide email and phone call on Nov. 11. Administration began "active investigation into the incident" and notified law enforcement, according to Byrd. He said the vandalism was in the admin building and 100 wing, in addition to 900 eas...

PHOTO: Seniors take home gold in Clash of the Classes

PHOTO: Seniors take home gold in Clash of the Classes

STAFF REPORT

November 10, 2016


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  Student Government hosted the annual Clash of the Classes rally after second period. Each class participated in an obstacle course, "power ball" tournament, class chant competition and lip-sync contest. The Class of 2017 came out on top....

School-centric items hit local ballot

School-centric items hit local ballot

RACHEL BARBER

November 8, 2016


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Placer County will vote on school-related ballot items including the RJUHSD school board, Proposition 55 and Measure D tomorrow. Three items on tomorrow’s ballot may have a direct impact on Roseville High School and its students. Voters will determine who will fill three seats on Roseville Joint Union School District’s Board of Trustees. Two incumbents ar...

Gov students continue weighted credit push

Gov students continue weighted credit push

ANILA LIJO

November 7, 2016


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Roseville High School assistant principals Stephanie Malia and Jason Wilson met with the two AP U.S. Government and Politics classes last Wednesday in response to student complaints about not receiving weighted credit in the second quarter. Students said they were unaware that they enrolled in the unweighted...

IM3 meets Pre-Calc

IM3 meets Pre-Calc

CARRIE LAFRANCHI

November 7, 2016


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As the math department phases out Algebra 2 in favor of Common Core based Integrated Math classes, Honors Pre- Calculus welcomed its first batch of IM student this fall. This semester also offers the final Algebra 2 course the school will offer for the foreseeable future. This action is the final step...

JSA preps for next Model UN with workshop

JSA preps for next Model UN with workshop

BRIAN NUEVO

November 7, 2016


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Last Saturday, Junior State of America attended a delegate workshop to help prepare them for Model UN in 2017. This workshop was held at Berkeley, and schools from all over Northern California attended. This workshop had no prep work to prepare, as it is a workshop compared to their Model UN competition...

Cafeteria work completes, menu ready to expand options

Cafeteria work completes, menu ready to expand options

NATE NGUYEN

November 7, 2016


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The cafeteria renovations finished Oct. 17, along with a remodeled bathroom after about two and a half months of construction. The renovations began with the kitchen’s freezers, refrigerators and other appliances, according to principal David Byrd. Byrd hopes the renovations will create a safer...

District grandfathers community college weight

District grandfathers community college weight

MEGAN ANDERSON

November 6, 2016


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After a meeting among district counselors, the Roseville Joint Union High School District board decided to grant a grade bump to current seniors if they took a college course at either Sierra College or American River. Last October, the RJUHSD school board decided to not award a grade bump from community...

Mural club continues 900-wing project

Mural club continues 900-wing project

ZOE STEPHENS

October 27, 2016


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Mural club continues to sketch and paint this year’s new mural in the west 900 building. According to mural club president Taysia De Mesa, the mural will represent all of the classes and programs within the 900s. De Mesa anticipates that this mural will run more smoothly than last year's “ROAR” mur...