Eye of the Tiger

Kelly Capell named RHS Teacher of the Year

Kelly Capell named RHS Teacher of the Year

STAFF REPORT

December 6, 2019

The Roseville High School staff selected Kelly Capell as RHS' nominee for teacher of the year. Capell teaches English and AVID and contributes to the RHS community as the advisor of thrift club, FBLA and CSF.  English teacher Denise Weis has worked with Capell since she started at RHS, and appreciate...

Classrooms in 500 and 600 wings receive new desks

Classrooms in 500 and 600 wings receive new desks

NATHAN HANDLING

December 4, 2019

Roseville High’s 500 and 600 wings received new desks over the Thanksgiving Break. Previously, the classrooms had small desks with attached chairs. Now, the classroom hosts new desks that are larger with unattached chairs. AP Government teacher Dana Davenport said coming into the classroom with new desks...

College and career center updates scholarship listings

With college and scholarship applications just around the corner, the college and career center is expanding information available on scholarships.

AMELIA SHAFFER

November 26, 2019

The college and career center has recently updated information about various local scholarships on the school website, ranging from essay contests to career specific opportunities. According to college and career technician Jacqueline Seider, some scholarships are available to all students regardless...

National Honors Society holds first induction ceremony

At the induction ceremony, students received a certificate and a rose and recited a pledge to the National Honors Society.

STAFF REPORT

November 26, 2019

Last Thursday, Roseville High School held an induction ceremony for students in National Honors Society. Students can apply to join NHS as a way to acknowledge and encourage strong academics and community service.  This year's 16 candidates kicked off their time in NHS in the formal induction cere...

Medical club takes photo for No Shave November

RHS students join medical club to take photo for No Shave November.

LUCAS GEWERTH

November 21, 2019

The RHS medical club took on No Shave November, a month-long event to raise awareness and money for cancer treatments. People forgo shaving and hair treatments and donate the money they would have spent to help people with cancer.  The club and students in the general RHS community joined together to ta...

Canned food drive to donate to Salvation Army

Canned food drive to donate to Salvation Army

HAYDEN HOFFMAN

November 19, 2019

Students can bring in canned food to their second period class to donate to the Salvation Army. The RHS canned food drive will be ending on Thursday. According to student government teacher Brent Mattix, the class with the most donations will get $150 to set up a class party.  “We always want ...

A FRESH START

Above, students arrive for school to start class at 7:40. California high schools are required to move start times back to 8:30 or later by 2022.

LIZZIE PELZMAN

November 18, 2019

RJUHSD schools will move start times back to 8:30 or later by July 2022. California State Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 328 last month mandating high schools in non-rural communities to start no earlier than 8:30 a.m. and middle schools no earlier than 8:00 a.m. For RJUHSD students, t...

Classroom availability limited

Science teacher Jeffery Underwood with a student from his first period class. Due to limited facilities, Weiss must use Underwood’s classroom during class labs.

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

November 18, 2019

One week prior to the start of the 2018-2019 school year, physiology teacher Oliver Weiss learned he would now be teaching fourth period physiology, a lab-based science course, in a room that lacked the necessary materials found in a traditionally equipped lab-classroom. This is part of a larger trend...

RHS to expand on parking by stadium

Above, portable 16 next to construction of the new auxiliary gym. Portables 16 through 21 will be removed in the spring semester. After the completion of the auxiliary gym, this land will be turned into parking.

DEVON DICKENS

November 18, 2019

RJUHSD will begin to recapture around 50 parking spaces after the completion of the new auxiliary gym, which is currently expected for next summer. These parking spaces will extend the senior lot parking to space that was formerly taken up by portables. Last year, six portables were removed to create...

RJUHSD to offer internships to students in CTE pathways

Students work with model skeletons in PLTW Biomedical classes. Biomed student Jazzy Kittle said that school-established internship pathways would be beneficial for providing biomedical students with real-world experience.

NATHAN PIEDAD

November 18, 2019

RJUHSD is partnering with businesses to offer internships to students in the final class of CTE pathways which will count for high school credit. Students in the CTE courses will submit a cover letter, resume and interview for the position. If they receive it, they then take an internship class once...

RHS bans food deliveries to campus

RHS bans food deliveries to campus

STAFF REPORT

November 17, 2019

Starting next semester, students will no longer be able to have food delivered to RHS. According to assistant principal Jason Wilson, this is because orders present a security concern to students and staff.  “The responsibility of our office staff that are having to handle and manage all that - ...

PBIS introduces traveling ROAR store

PBIS coordinator Jamie Handling sells a student items at the traveling ROAR store.

LANDEN REYNOLDS

November 17, 2019

Roseville's Positive Behavior Interventions and Support committee has created a traveling ROAR store to give students easier access to the shop. The mobile cart features the items usually sold at student services, such as lanyards, pop-sockets and mini tigers. PBIS coordinator Jamie Handling said the go...