Eye of the Tiger

IM3 meets Pre-Calc

IM3 meets Pre-Calc

CARRIE LAFRANCHI

November 7, 2016

As the math department phases out Algebra 2 in favor of Common Core based Integrated Math classes, Honors Pre- Calculus welcomed its first batch of IM student this fall. This semester also offers the final Algebra 2 course the school will offer for the foreseeable future. This action is the final step...

JSA preps for next Model UN with workshop

JSA preps for next Model UN with workshop

BRIAN NUEVO

November 7, 2016

Last Saturday, Junior State of America attended a delegate workshop to help prepare them for Model UN in 2017. This workshop was held at Berkeley, and schools from all over Northern California attended. This workshop had no prep work to prepare, as it is a workshop compared to their Model UN competition...

Cafeteria work completes, menu ready to expand options

Cafeteria work completes, menu ready to expand options

NATE NGUYEN

November 7, 2016

The cafeteria renovations finished Oct. 17, along with a remodeled bathroom after about two and a half months of construction. The renovations began with the kitchen’s freezers, refrigerators and other appliances, according to principal David Byrd. Byrd hopes the renovations will create a safer...

District grandfathers community college weight

(MEGAN ANDERSON/EYE OF THE TIGER) AP Psychology teacher Mark Andreatta works with a student during his third period. Andreatta believes college credit alone fits the rigor of academic enrichment courses.

MEGAN ANDERSON

November 6, 2016

After a meeting among district counselors, the Roseville Joint Union High School District board decided to grant a grade bump to current seniors if they took a college course at either Sierra College or American River. Last October, the RJUHSD school board decided to not award a grade bump from community...

Mural club continues 900-wing project

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ZOE STEPHENS

October 27, 2016

Mural club continues to sketch and paint this year’s new mural in the west 900 building. According to mural club president Taysia De Mesa, the mural will represent all of the classes and programs within the 900s. De Mesa anticipates that this mural will run more smoothly than last year's “ROAR” mur...

Students, admin struggle to define consistent fight-video discipline

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AMY ADAMSON

October 24, 2016

Several Roseville High School students received administrative discipline, varying from phone confiscation to suspension, for their involvement in school fights on campus. Sophomore Paige Pickard edited a fight video to music and sent it to fellow sophomore Gabriella Robles, resulting in a conferenc...

Measure D may bring “major” structural repairs

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ALEXX DOOLITTLE

October 24, 2016

UPDATE: RJUHSD passed Measure D (60.3%) on Nov. 8. If Roseville Joint Union High School’s Measure D bond passes, Roseville High School will receive a $13 million makeover. Improvements could include a new gym, the resurfacing of the pool deck and upgrades to the football stadium and 100 and 800 w...

Campus challenges hate speech

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WAFEEQ RIDHUAN

October 24, 2016

In the light of recent incidents with racial overtones by Roseville High School students, principal David Byrd and assistant principals Anna Marie Clark and Stephanie Malia attended RHS’ Black Student Union meeting last Thursday to hear student input on the issue. According to Byrd, the goal of the visit was...

PHOTO: AVID 11 puts on ‘pie in the face’ fundraiser

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ANDREW SMITH

October 24, 2016

AVID 11 hosted a 'pie in the face' fundraising competition. Teachers were pitted against one another with students donating to their favored faculty member. Administration and teachers who earned less than their competitor got a 'pie in the face.' Junior Austin Rohr also joined in and was glad ...

Admin bans clothes of drug-affiliated brands

Admin bans clothes of drug-affiliated brands

JACK ROSETTI

October 24, 2016

Admin has announced that the brands Cookies and Connetic. Admin placed the ban upon the brands due to their “affiliation with marijuana,” according to assistant principal Matt Pipitone. Pipitone believes this ban should come as no surprise to students, as clothing with affiliations towards mari...

First-year circumstances erode JC transfer rate

(FILE PHOTO/GEORGE HUGHES) RHS counselor Graciela Fernandez said the way first-year students “lose that counseling safety net” may contribute to low transfer rates out of local community colleges.

NATE NGUYEN

October 24, 2016

Nearly half, 41.82 percent, of Roseville High School’s 2016 graduating class went on to attend a community college last year. According to counselor Graciela Fernandez, many of these students go with the intention of transferring to a four-year university. However, according to the California Community Col...

SAT prep class caps at 40, turns students away

SAT prep class caps at 40, turns students away

BRIAN NUEVO

October 24, 2016

Two teachers held this year’s SAT prep class, Levi Fletcher and Denise Weis, for four two-hour lessons after school. Class sign ups opened as a first come, first serve basis, with only 40 available spots. Student services registrar Sarah Carstens believes that the 40 person cap is limiting to other st...