Eye of the Tiger

AP exam registration deadline set to change

AP exam registration deadline set to change

JORDAN DEL VALLE TONOIAN

December 17, 2018

Next school year, College Board will move the AP test registration deadline from March 2020 to November 2019. The district plans to meet with a College Board representative next semester to discuss how this will apply to how schools following a block schedule, like Roseville High School, where students...

RJUHSD to implement MTSS goals

RJUHSD to implement MTSS goals

JULIE NGUYEN

December 17, 2018

Roseville High School is currently in the process of implementing a new student support program, called a Multi-Tiered System of Support. MTSS aims to focus on supporting the whole student in order to advance the quality of performance in students socially, emotionally and academically. It does so...

IM curriculum may experience shift

IM curriculum may experience shift

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

December 17, 2018

This article is the second of a two-part series on IM course changes. This part will discuss the possibility of anothercurriculum overhaul for the IM pathway. Click here for the first article, published November 13th. (‘IM coursebook changes frustrate staff,’ N. Khudyakov). Earlier this year, RJUH...

BREAKING: Construction of admin hallway barricade commences

BREAKING: Construction of admin hallway barricade commences

STAFF REPORT

December 5, 2018

A glass wall and doors are being installed in the hallway of the administration building. BREAKING: A glass wall and doors are being installed in the hallway of the administration building. Follow us for more information on this developing story. pic.twitter.com/5K3yglOIq9 — Eye of the Tige...

BRIEF: Tickets for Dancin’ Feat’s Holiday Feat, Feet, Feat now available

BRIEF: Tickets for Dancin’ Feat’s Holiday Feat, Feet, Feat now available

CLAIRE TOWNSEND

December 5, 2018

Tickets for Roseville High School’s Dancin’ Feat holiday show are now on sale. Senior Dean Fardanesh looks forward to sharing the culmination of their work in a holiday-themed show. “Every number is choreographed by a student in the dance program,” Fardanesh said. “... we all worked really har...

BRIEF: Senior class officers begin fundraiser for senior activities

BRIEF: Senior class officers begin fundraiser for senior activities

DANIELLE BENNETT

December 3, 2018

The class officers for the class of 2019 began selling T-shirts featuring a unique new design to raise money for senior activities. Senior class president Emily Nunez worked with her fellow officers and class advisors to design the shirts. “We just wanted to raise money for our senior ball and also it...

BRIEF: Air quality interrupts school events

BRIEF: Air quality interrupts school events

DANIELLE BENNETT

November 29, 2018

Before Thanksgiving break, poor air quality led to the cancellation of school and consequently the rescheduling of several events. Showings for Roseville High School Theater Company’s production of 30 Reasons Not to be in a Play were postponed until this week, with their final show scheduled for this Fr...

BRIEF: Student government introduces feedback box

BRIEF: Student government introduces feedback box

DANIELLE BENNETT

November 28, 2018

Student Government has introduced a feedback box in Senior Square, which students can use to share their opinions on events like rallies and spirit days. According to Student Government member Lexi Walter, Student Government was in part motivated to implement the box after the class switched classr...

BREAKING: School cancelled Friday, November 16

BREAKING: School cancelled Friday, November 16

STAFF REPORT

November 15, 2018

According to superintendent of RJUHSD Denise Herrmann, "[RJUHSD has] made the decision to close all Roseville Joint Union High Schools and offices on Friday, November 16," due to air quality concerns. A waiver has been requested for this day due to the health and safety concerns, however if the...

IM coursebook changes frustrate staff

IM coursebook changes frustrate staff

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

November 14, 2018

In June, teachers attending optional training days recieved new, second edition IM1 and 2 coursebooks. This article is the first of a two-part series on how math teachers are making sense of curriculum changes. In the next issue, part two will explore what will happen when the district’s contract ...

Suspensions down across RJUHSD

Suspensions down across RJUHSD

CAM MEDRANO

November 13, 2018

This article is the second of a two-part series exploring the effect restorative practices will have on RJUHSD students, staff and suspension rates. Click here for the first article, published October 29th. (‘Turning away from suspension,’ C. Medrano & D. Bennett). After being identified ...

District moving away from honors

District moving away from honors

JULIE NGUYEN

November 13, 2018

In an effort to provide equal opportunity to challenging curriculum for students throughout the district, RJUHSD has started reevaluating honors courses and looking into options outside the honors model. An example of this transition on RHS’ campus includes Pre-Calculus, which as of this year no longer...