Eye of the Tiger

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...

Fashion merchandising on hiatus until at least ‘18

Fashion merchandising on hiatus until at least ‘18

ZOE STEPHENS

December 12, 2016


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Gail Johnson, Fashion and Merchandising teacher and Stripes and Stitches adviser, will retire at the end of this term. According to principal David Byrd, Roseville High School will be “stepping away from fashion,” and the soonest the fashion program could return would be 2018-2019 school year...

Advanced Yearbook given UC/CSU “g” status, potential to pursue“f” status

Advanced Yearbook given UC/CSU “g” status, potential to pursue“f” status

ALEXX DOOLITTLE

December 12, 2016


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As of this school year, the University of California has officially granted the Advanced Yearbook courses in the Roseville Joint Union High School District “a-g” fulfillment for the college preparatory elective, or “g,” requirement. According to Advanced Yearbook advisor Dana Dooley, RJUHSD’s...

Living Skills room makes debut in 400 wing

Living Skills room makes debut in 400 wing

CARRIE-LYNN LAFRANCHI

December 12, 2016


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Earlier last week, Roseville High School completed a new learning skills room to improve students abilities that can used in the community and at home. According to Special Education teacher Christine Balsano, students are excited to be able to use a full service kitchen for their hands on projects. The...

Quarter grades improve

Quarter grades improve

MEGAN ANDERSON

December 12, 2016


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Quarter one fail rates decreased by an average of 3.4 percent from last year to this year. This was also the school’s first quarter since implementing the ROAR support period at the beginning of this school year. The largest decreases in fail rates come from the beginning classes of the Integrated...

Slam City judges award RHS cheer for participation, sportsmanship

Slam City judges award RHS cheer for participation, sportsmanship

ANILA LIJO

December 7, 2016


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Cheer placed first out of eight teams in the “show cheer” category at the Slam City event in San Francisco this past Sunday. According to senior team member Alexis Rogers, the team connects really well. “It’s a whole different team this year that all really vibe good together,” Rogers said. “...

Tiger Tech to host ‘Hackathon’ programming competition

Tiger Tech to host ‘Hackathon’ programming competition

ROMAN TYLER

December 5, 2016


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Tiger Tech students announced they will be holding a ‘Hackathon’ that will be open to all students to compete and learn basic programming skills. The competition will ask students to create an original winter-themed game or animation in the programming language, ‘Scratch.’ According t...

RHS hosts annual Career Fair

RHS hosts annual Career Fair

BRIAN NUEVO

December 2, 2016


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Roseville High School hosted the annual Career Fair for seniors and sophomores today. Students had the ability to talk to 20 booths and learn about multiple career fields. Sophomore Bradley Morin said his discussion with a business management consultant company, Ernst & Young, sparked his intere...

Drama announces ‘Grease’ audition dates

Drama announces ‘Grease’ audition dates

KARLI DUGGER

December 1, 2016


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The drama department will be holding auditions for their upcoming production of Grease on Dec. 13 and 14. According to junior, three year drama student Delaney Rhodes, drama teacher Ashley White narrowed down the many options and decided to do a play that was more well known to get more people invo...

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 ...