Eye of the Tiger

New principal search underway

New principal search underway

RILEIGH SHULL and RYLEY METTEN

March 4, 2019

With principal David Byrd taking his leave from RJUHSD in March to fill the position of director of learning and support services in the Elk Grove Unified School District, the district is beginning the search for applicants to fill his place. In the meantime, RJUHSD has brought in Suzanne Laughrea to...

Vape rates triple from this time last school year

Vape rates triple from this time last school year

DANIELLE BENNETT

February 22, 2019

As of this school year, RHS’ rates for students caught vaping on campus are up nearly three times, in keeping with a national increase in vaping among teenagers in particular. According to RHS principal David Byrd, in order to address this issue RHS is undertaking an “educational campaign” utilizing...

GoGuardian monitoring divides students, teachers

GoGuardian monitoring divides students, teachers

JULIE NGUYEN

February 19, 2019

With the transition towards a more technologically-based curriculum at Roseville High School, RHS sought the aid of GoGuardian, an artificial intelligence monitoring and filtering system. GoGuardian offers four products: GoGuardian Admin, Teacher, Fleet, and Beacon, each offering varying abilities...

District combats driver shortage, security concerns

District combats driver shortage, security concerns

JARED HUBER

February 12, 2019

The district is currently replacing 22 new cameras on busses in order to address safety issues caused by having an outdated security system. According to director of transportation, Julie Guererro, along with replacing the bus cameras, there will also be an additional camera installed on the outside...

Physics replaces Chemistry in pathway

Physics replaces Chemistry in pathway

LIZZIE PELZMAN and ASHLYN LEDBETTER

February 12, 2019

Beginning next year, RJUHSD will begin implementing a restructured science pathway. While students will still start off with biology as per the current pathway, during their sophomore year they will take physics next rather than chemistry. According to NGSS lead teacher Mike Purvines, this change...

New teacher, new class

New teacher, new class

AJ WELKER

February 1, 2019

This coming fall, drama teacher Jennifer Saigeon will be introducing a new exploratory theatre class for her students. “There’s so many students right now who are interested in doing their own projects, and it’s awesome, and I want to make sure that I harness that energy, so we’re working...

BRIEF: RHS hosts annual EdTechTeam Summit

BRIEF: RHS hosts annual EdTechTeam Summit

DANIELLE BENNETT

January 23, 2019

Over the weekend, RHS’s campus hosted the annual EdTechTeam Summit, where teachers in  RJUHSD and districts throughout the area came to learn about new teaching tools and techniques from Google-certified educators. The conference aims to help teachers in integrating technology in the classroom. ...

BRIEF: College and Career Center begins featuring scholarships daily

BRIEF: College and Career Center begins featuring scholarships daily

RILEIGH SHULL

January 22, 2019

At the beginning of this term, the College and Career Center began including a segment in the daily bulletin for a new scholarship every day. According to college and career technician Jacqueline Seider, they started the program to increase the number of students that they are reaching out to for s...

BRIEF: Junior Prom date moved forward

BRIEF: Junior Prom date moved forward

RILEIGH SHULL

January 22, 2019

The Junior Prom date that was first scheduled over spring break has been moved forward to March 23 as of last Thursday. Junior President Mallory Magorka believes the date change is beneficial due to more people being able to attend the dance. “A lot of people go out of town for spring break, so I...

Berry Street parking lot receives additional spots

Berry Street parking lot receives additional spots

RYLEY METTEN

January 18, 2019

Over winter break, 21 parking spaces, along with an extra 25 foot extension of the parallel parking area were added to the Berry Street parking lot. Four storage units and three buses were relocated from the south end of the Berry Street parking lot. Previously, a chain link fence separated this a...

BRIEF: AP Information Night encourages parents, students to take the first step

BRIEF: AP Information Night encourages parents, students to take the first step

JORDAN DEL VALLE TONOIAN

January 15, 2019

Parents, teachers and students gathered last night for AP Information Night led by AP Coordinator Cari Oberreuter and AP Club President Kaitlyn Ang. Multiple AP teachers across a variety of subjects set up booths for parents to approach and gain information about the variety of AP courses offere...

Sophomores, seniors attend 3rd annual Career Fair

Sophomores, seniors attend 3rd annual Career Fair

LIZZIE PELZMAN

January 12, 2019

(LIZZIE PELZMAN / EYE OF THE TIGER) Yesterday, RHS hosted its third annual career fair for sophomores and seniors to gain exposure to various career pathways. Both students participating in the fair and guests presenting appreciate the chance for students to explore options for their future. “I think it...