Eye of the Tiger

BRIEF: Wellness center conducts drug and alcohol facts week

BRIEF: Wellness center conducts drug and alcohol facts week

DOMINIC CHES

January 24, 2020

With another month comes another facts week in the health and wellness center. Last month, it was drug and alcohol facts week. The health and wellness center hosted a number of events for drug and alcohol facts week, including a spin the wheel and scratchers to quiz students on drugs and alcohol. Healt...

BRIEF: ALA selects junior Amber Handling as Girls State delegate

BRIEF: ALA selects junior Amber Handling as Girls State delegate

STAFF REPORT

January 21, 2020

The American Legion Auxiliary selected junior Amber Handling to represent Roseville High School at this year’s girls state conference at Claremont McKenna college. Handling will participate in a week long summer program where over 500 schools around California send one student representative to for...

BRIEF: Annual talent show auditions begin Monday

A student paints a portrait at the talent show.

JONATHAN GAPONYUK

January 21, 2020

Talent show auditions are just around the corner. Beginning next Monday, student government will hold auditions in the Moeller Gym foyer during both lunches. Auditions will run until the January 29. This year, student government hopes to feature performances from talented staff members as well as s...

Students receive parking tickets for blocking driveways, entryways

Students have received tickets for parking in a manner that blocks entrance through the alley.

KYLE JOHNSON

January 17, 2020

To cope with Roseville High School’s limited parking, students park outside of the school’s designated parking spots. However,  students have recently experienced an increase in parking tickets due to parking in the alley and permit parking only spots. According to Youth Resource Officer Nathan H...

Students explore career opportunities at fourth annual career fair

A student learns more about UTI technician training at the annual RHS career fair.

DEVON DICKENS

January 15, 2020

On Friday, January 10th, students gathered in the Moeller gym for the annual RHS career fair.  Sophomores and Seniors spent about 40 minutes in the gym exploring possible career options. Representatives from various businesses set up booths to educate students about the requirements and duties fo...

BRIEF: AVID classes host alumni presentation

BRIEF: AVID classes host alumni presentation

RILEIGH SHULL

January 14, 2020

Last Friday, Avid students had the opportunity to listen to graduated Avid alumni discuss their post high school experiences.  Avid student senior Kyra Slater believes the fair offered valuable insight on what Avid students can expect in the future. “I think it’s very beneficial for Avid st...

BRIEF: RHS bans Doordash deliveries

BRIEF: RHS bans Doordash deliveries

LUCAS GEWERTH

January 14, 2020

Due to security concerns, the school will no longer accept any food deliveries by companies like Doordash or UberEats. Any food delivered will be sent away. “I don’t bring lunch from home because I don't have time to make myself lunch and the food here isn’t really that great so doordash is the o...

Redrawing the lines

Pictured, West Park High School approaches completion in time for next school year’s open to incoming freshmen and sophomores. Roseville and Oakmont High School will lose parts of their current attendance zone.

CAM MEDRANO

December 16, 2019

As RJUHSD looks to open its sixth high school next year, Eye of the Tiger investigates the impact a new school will have on the district. Click here for the second article, centered on the effect of declining student enrollment at Oakmont.   West Park High School will open to incoming freshmen...

Portable removal begins, teachers move classes

Students in the guitar class practicing in the band room. Guitar has relocated from their portable to the band room and cafeteria.

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

December 16, 2019

In August, assistant principal Jason Wilson sent out an email informing teachers that the school would move forward with removing portables 16-21 and asked teachers to begin vacating their classrooms by the end of 2019. The timeline for the move was later moved up to last Friday. Monday of that week,...

RJUHSD to implement Chromebook docks

RJUHSD to implement Chromebook docks

NATHAN PIEDAD

December 16, 2019

Beginning this year, RJUHSD will install Chromebook docks around its campuses. These docks would provide students with a 24-inch HD monitor that displays their Chromebook in a larger screen while also fast charging it. An external mouse, keyboard, and USB ports will also be provided for a more desktop-like...

RHS expands dual enrollment courses

Math teacher Doug Ash in his integrated math classes. Doug will take on dual enrollment microeconomics next year and later a dual enrollment business program.

JONATHAN VARLAMOV and ALEX MULLAN

December 16, 2019

Roseville High School is beginning to expand the dual enrollment courses offered to students. Dual enrollment courses are college courses offered on a high school campus, granting students both high school credit and college credit. RJUHSD coordinates with colleges, like Sierra College or Sac State,...

Kelly Capell selected as RJUHSD Teacher of the Year

Kelly Capell selected as RJUHSD Teacher of the Year

JOEY COUNTS

December 13, 2019

Kelly Capell received the distinction of RJUHSD teacher of the year after she was nominated by RHS staff as Roseville’s candidate. “It was a huge honor. I’m following in some awesome footsteps, because we have had some amazing teachers here receive it,” Capell said. It also just means so much...