Eye of the Tiger

Century charter school receives district authorization

February 22, 2016


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Charter school falls within Roseville High School attendance boundaries BY JAYDYNN SANTOS [email protected] The district school board voted in favor of authorizing Century High School’s independent charter. Former Granite Bay High School and current Adelante High School assistant pri...

JSA Club, Byrd plan for first Model UN

February 22, 2016


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BY ZACHARY SEMINER [email protected] Roseville High School’s Junior State of America club will attend UC Davis’ Model United Nations in May with the help of principal David Byrd. The club’s officers, senior Marcus Wells, junior Marc Chappelle and sophomore Rachel Barber, approached...

Athletic department utilizes website to reach $10,000

February 22, 2016


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BY ANILA LIJO [email protected] The athletic department has the opportunity to earn $10,000 from the website Yellow Pages. This website is similar to Yelp in that it contains reviews of local businesses and restaurants that are created by the community. As a community member reviews restaurant...

Annual freshman project renamed

February 22, 2016


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BY GABI HUTSON [email protected] Freshmen students taking the pre-AP English 9 and Geography and World Cultures block will now know the 20% Project as the Global Citizen Project. Geography teacher Cari Oberreuter and English teacher Deborah Sidler changed the name to more specifically...

Digital resources outpace analog texts

February 22, 2016


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Williams Act remains roadblock for digital transition BY BRIAN NUEVO [email protected] Several teachers at Roseville High School have been making moves away from textbook use in their classrooms and implementing alternative resources for teaching materials. Still, the Williams Act, a “Superior Co...

Support approach shifts

February 22, 2016


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SBAC segueing in, CAHSEE out turns departments toward individualized academic intervention BY MARC CHAPPELLE [email protected] Staff at both Roseville High School and Roseville Joint Union High School District increasingly focus efforts to accurately target and support students in nee...

Support approach shifts

February 22, 2016


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SBAC segueing in, CAHSEE out turns departments toward individualized academic intervention BY MARC CHAPPELLE [email protected] Staff at both Roseville High School and Roseville Joint Union High School District increasingly focus efforts to accurately target and support students in nee...

English department cancels Junior Research Project

February 22, 2016


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BY ZACHARY SEMINER [email protected] Roseville High School juniors taking CP English 11 will no longer complete the Junior Research Project. The move comes after the shift to Common Core encouraged a curriculum partially focused on research-based work, rendering it invaluable in a course...

LCAP: the first year

February 22, 2016


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RJUHSD spending targets at-risk groups BY MIKAYLA STEARNS [email protected] This article is part one of a two-part series. In this article, Eye of the Tiger details how the district allocated 2015-16 LCAP funds. In the next issue, we look at the spending’s impact on Roseville High School progr...

LCAP: the first year

February 22, 2016


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RJUHSD spending targets at-risk groups BY MIKAYLA STEARNS [email protected] This article is part one of a two-part series. In this article, Eye of the Tiger details how the district allocated 2015-16 LCAP funds. In the next issue, we look at the spending’s impact on Roseville High School pr...

Talent show kicks off with bands, painting

February 22, 2016


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BY ANILA LIJO [email protected] Roseville High School held its first talent show in six years at the Patti Baker Theater last Thursday. Talent show committee member Delaney Strong believes that the talent show was a success because of the number of people that turned up. “It went on to be ...

CTE, VAPA streamline course selections from guide

February 1, 2016


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BY MEGAN ANDERSON [email protected] Both the Visual and Performing Arts and Career Technical Education departments slimmed down their electives from the course catalog. According to CTE department head Ron Volk, the CTE department got rid of the electives Business Law, Sports Marketing and...