Eye of the Tiger

$1.8 million campus renovations near completion

$1.8 million campus renovations near completion

RACHEL BARBER

August 29, 2016


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Roseville High School has invested approximately $1,889,000 in on-campus renovations, according to Roseville Joint Union High School District facilities director, Scott Davis. RHS’ cafeteria kitchen received a $1,200,000 remodel, including the addition of walk-in freezers and ovens. This is the firs...

New clubs debut at club rush

New clubs debut at club rush

ROMAN TYLER and ALONZO ALCACER

August 28, 2016


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Roseville High School welcomed many new clubs at Club Rush on Monday, Aug. 28. Club representatives defined what their club’s purpose is and expressed why other students should join. Some of the clubs authenticized so far include Roseville’s Alliance on Mental Illness, Black Student Union, Beekeeping...

Matt Koutney makes first impression

Matt Koutney makes first impression

JOHNNY MULLIGAN

May 23, 2016


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UCLA graduate Matt Koutney will replace Mark Toffelmier in the upcoming school year as the new band director at Roseville High School. Koutney graduated from Bella Vista High School and then UCLA, with a degree in Music Education and a double major in Trombone Performance. Koutney started playing in...

Dance coach, regulations debut in fall

Dance coach, regulations debut in fall

BRIAN NUEVO and JAYDYNN SANTOS

May 23, 2016


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Starting next fall, the dance team will be required to stay on the football field during games alongside the cheerleaders and to use pom poms in their performances. According to assistant principal Jason Wilson, rather than the dance team getting to leave after they perform at halftime the dance team...

Course request timing delays potential APHG influx

Course request timing delays potential APHG influx

JAYDYNN SANTOS

May 23, 2016


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Starting next school year, sophomores can choose between two AP classes to fulfill the requirement for social science,  AP European History or AP Human Geography. AP Euro teacher Carol Crabtree hopes AP Human Geo won’t take away too many kids from Euro. “AP Euro has a reputation being a very dif...

Admin lessens conduct count

Admin lessens conduct count

ANILA LIJO

May 23, 2016


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This March, the number of seniors who were on track to not walk the stage at graduation exceeded 120 students, almost a third of the graduating class. According to assistant principal Stephanie Malia, this excess of students on students conduct was primarily due to seniors’ incompletion of the personal fi...

EL A-G efforts press forward

EL A-G efforts press forward

JOHNNY MULLIGAN

May 23, 2016


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Department working against setbacks of district transition The percentage of English Language Learners completing UC A-G course requirements from the 2007-2008 school year to the 2013-2014 school year dropped roughly 5 percent. During that same time, socioeconomically disadvantaged students jumped f...

APUSH teachers push for presidential inauguration field trip

APUSH teachers push for presidential inauguration field trip

MIKAYLA STEARNS

May 13, 2016


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Avery Beebe will be heading a four day field trip to the inaugurational speech of the next president of the United States, after being contacted by WorldStrides. The trip is open to all high school students who are interested. There is a $2290 cost which is all inclusive, with a round trip flight, a hot...

Admin pitches support period

Admin pitches support period

MEGAN ANDERSON

May 2, 2016


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Staff aims for June vote on revamped schedule Roseville High School administration may implement an intervention period schedule as early as next school year. In a recent faculty meeting, administration proposed the new schedule to RHS staff to generate discussion amongst the staff until they com...

LOOKING AHEAD: Clark, Mattix gear up

LOOKING AHEAD: Clark, Mattix gear up

JOHNNY MULLIGAN

May 2, 2016


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Anna Marie Clark and Brent Mattix will take up the assistant principal and activities director positions for the 2016-17 school year. Eye of the Tiger reports where they’re from, who they are and what impact they seek to make. Mattix applies own RHS history toward new activities role Thomas Jeffe...

Board members cite student wellness, college prospects in class rank investigation

Board members cite student wellness, college prospects in class rank investigation

GABI HUTSON

May 2, 2016


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The Roseville Joint Union High School District board revived the discussion of eliminating class rank at a board meeting on April 12. “Principals will be taking this to their site councils in May for feedback from parents and students. They will also be seeking feedback from their teachers,” Severson...

Board approves course restructure to fit World Studies history requirement

Board approves course restructure to fit World Studies history requirement

GABI HUTSON

May 2, 2016


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The Roseville Joint Union High School District board voted on and approved AP Human Geography’s potential to fulfill the sophomore social science requirement during the board meeting on Apr. 12. According to AP Human Geography teacher Cari Oberreuter, the discussion was prompted by a student from...