Eye of the Tiger

RHS pushes to eliminate wrong-way traffic

RHS pushes to eliminate wrong-way traffic

JULIE NGUYEN

October 30, 2018

Roseville High School staff have started monitoring the Senior Lot after school to prevent students from using the enter lane to exit. Prior, students would often use both lanes to exit the lot in the minutes immediately following the 2:30 school dismissal. According to assistant principal Jason Wilson,...

Turning away from suspension

Turning away from suspension

CAM MEDRANO and DANIELLE BENNETT

October 29, 2018

In part one of a two part investigative report, Eye of the Tiger previews how the new model will enforce positive strategies to address behavioral concerns. Part two explores the effect the new practice will have on RJUHSD students, staff and suspension rates. Click here to read part two.   ...

BRIEF: ROSE Tour cancelled

BRIEF: ROSE Tour cancelled

NICK KIMBALL

October 29, 2018

According to ROSE Club divisor Dean Gadway ROSE Tour has been cancelled until further notice due to a logistical issue with Union Pacific.

AP does not always mirror college

AP does not always mirror college

CLAIRE TOWNSEND

October 29, 2018

This article is the second of a two-part series on AP curriculum. Click here for the first article, published October 8th. (‘As AP evolves it still has supporters, critics,’ C. Townsend). While AP Courses are shifting with modern educational trends, altering AP tests to emphasize higher-level thin...

Teachers collaborate to align curriculum

Teachers collaborate to align curriculum

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

October 29, 2018

As part of the RJUHSD’s general goal to ensure equity in student achievement and academic performance, the district has taken steps standardize and more closely unifying class curriculum through department and district meetings, professional learning teams (PLTs), and course standards. To better...

BRIEF: UPROAR Magazine seeks student work

BRIEF: UPROAR Magazine seeks student work

JADA TRAIL

October 26, 2018

Creative Writing Clubs Uproar is looking for student writing, poetry, and artwork. According to Creative Writing teacher Jamie Handling, the UPROAR Literary Magazine is open to short stories, poetry, and artwork. Although the original deadline was today, handling has pushed it back another week ...

BRIEF: Third PLTW Engineering class may offer college credits

BRIEF: Third PLTW Engineering class may offer college credits

CAITILN TRAN

October 23, 2018

A dual enrollment Project Lead The Way Engineering class may be available for Roseville High School students to take in the near future. Dual enrollment classes act as the equivalent of a college course all while on campus and still offering the accompanying college credits. PLTW teacher John ...

BRIEF: On-campus college finance classes

BRIEF: On-campus college finance classes

JONATHAN VARLAMOV

October 19, 2018

College finance classes will be held on campus on November 8. The classes will be held in the cafeteria from 6-8 p.m. College and career technician Jacqueline Seider encourages students to come and get help. “All students are encouraged to come and get help from our counseling department and the experts that...

BRIEF: Guitar class receives new guitar racks

BRIEF: Guitar class receives new guitar racks

DANIELLE BENNETT

October 19, 2018

The guitar program on RHS recently received new guitar racks. Guitar teacher Austin Gaessar worked with principal David Byrd to attain the funds; purchased from the Wenger Corporation, the new racks cost approximately $1,000 each. Gaessar hopes that the new racks will alleviate problems presented by the form...

BioMed students may receive honors credit

BioMed students may receive honors credit

JONATHAN VARLAMOV

October 17, 2018

Student currently enrolled in Project Lead the Way BioMed, could receive honors credits for this semester. According to PLTW teacher, Erin Granucci, plans are currently in consideration to allow PLTW courses to receive honors credit. “We just feel that the rigor and the content that the kids are getting in all the...

Transportation difficulties impede student arrival

Transportation difficulties impede student arrival

JULIE NGUYEN and NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

October 9, 2018

Junior Kristen Mckibben rides her bike to school with her brother on a daily basis. Within a two year period, Mckibben has received two flat tires due to thorns and burs located near the bike racks. Thus far, her family has spent over $200 on tire maintenance as a result. “I park in the actual...

BRIEF: SB 328 vetoed by Gov. Brown, no start time changes for RHS

BRIEF: SB 328 vetoed by Gov. Brown, no start time changes for RHS

DANIELLE BENNETT

October 8, 2018

Last edition, Eye of the Tiger covered Senate Bill SB-328 - the start time bill that, if signed, would have required middle schools and high schools in California to move start times to 8:30 a.m. or later. However, governor Jerry Brown vetoed the bill, leaving start times up to individual schools and...