Eye of the Tiger

District installs gate near Independence High School to halt traffic

District installs gate near Independence High School to halt traffic

JOSH REBELLO

January 17, 2018


Filed under Briefs, News

Roseville High School installed a new gate near the side of Independence High School. The intention behind the gate is to deter parents from entering the lot for safety reasons.  Independence High School principal Debra Latteri hopes that the new gate will keep buses on schedule. In the past, buse...

Boundary lines estimated

Boundary lines estimated

WAFEEQ RIDHUAN

December 18, 2017


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In an update this year, the Roseville Joint Union High School District released potential changes to the district attendance boundary in light of the sixth high school opening. The new high school will open in August 2020 to ninth and tenth graders, with a grade level being added over the course of...

Engineering track halted for students

Engineering track halted for students

NICK JOHNSON

December 18, 2017


Filed under News

As RHS advances toward a more career-centric curriculum, the Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Biomedical Science pathway’s third course will be implemented as planned next term. However, the PLTW Engineering pathway has been changed, which will delay the implementation of the second and third course. PLTW...

Solar panel installations slated for GBHS lots

Solar panel installations slated for GBHS lots

SINO OULAD DAOUD

December 18, 2017


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RJUHSD drew prices for solar panel installation at Granite Bay, Antelope and Woodcreek High Schools. According to RJUHSD Director of Business Services Joe Landon, the district put out a “request for proposal” to solicit bids for the installation, materials and contractors needed and looks to finance...

PLTW Eng. approved for new funds, equipment

PLTW Eng. approved for new funds, equipment

ALEXANDRIA SUBA

December 18, 2017


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RHS’ Project Lead the Way Engineering classes will receive new technology equipment in the upcoming months after being granted access to new Career Technical Education (CTE) funding. PLTW Engineering teacher John Fuller documented his course curriculum, teaching standards and equipment and submitted...

RHS to unify band courses next year

RHS to unify band courses next year

DANIELLE BENNETT

December 18, 2017


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Under second year band director Matt Koutney, the program at RHS is making a couple of significant changes. For one, they will offer a year-long band course next year, as opposed to separate semester-long courses for marching and symphonic band. Additionally, they are also bringing in specialized instructors...

SG selling senior lot spaces

SG selling senior lot spaces

ALEXANDRIA SUBA

December 18, 2017


Filed under News

Student Government will sell 25 parking spots in the main student lot for $50 to seniors for the spring term. There are 25 specific spots that are available to be chosen by the students who are selected at random from the pool of applicants. Seniors who purchase the spots will be able to personalize...

Missing shipment of psychology textbooks found

Missing shipment of psychology textbooks found

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

December 15, 2017


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A set of brand new AP Psychology textbooks, which had been deemed missing since their delivery last June, have recently been found. According to AP Psychology teacher Mark Andreatta, retrieving the textbooks wasn’t considered a priority. “We asked about it in the beginning of the year, but ...

ERWC students set to make videos for spring ROAR lessons

ERWC students set to make videos for spring ROAR lessons

NICK JOHNSON

December 13, 2017


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 Next semester’s ROAR lessons will feature eight student-made videos to demonstrate the four aspects of ROAR (Respect, On Task, Aware, Responsible).  Students in Jamie Handling’s Expository Reading and Writing Course (ERWC) produced the videos set to air during the Spring ROAR lessons. Handli...

Solar panel installations slated for GBHS lots

Solar panel installations slated for GBHS lots

STAFF REPORT

December 13, 2017


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RJUHSD drew prices for solar panel installation at Granite Bay, Antelope and Woodcreek High Schools. According to RJUHSD Director of Business Services Joe Landon, the district put out a “request for proposal” to solicit bids for the installation, materials and contractors needed and looks to f...

Student government considering bringing back RHS lip dub

Student government considering bringing back RHS lip dub

December 12, 2017


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Junior Kaylie Orsel and her committee aim to bring back the spring tradition.

SJS considers new athletic teams structure, offering juniors spots on JV teams

SJS considers new athletic teams structure, offering juniors spots on JV teams

Elena Bateman

December 1, 2017


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Junior athletes may play on JV teams, freshman-only teams could be eliminated altogether, and a freshman-sophomore team could be introduced to RJUHSD if a new Sierra Foothill League (SFL) proposal is approved this April. This plan was introduced last spring when athletic directors within the San-Joaquin...