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State testing minimum days sacrificed for Tuesday collab

State testing minimum days sacrificed for Tuesday collab

TRINITY COMPTON

September 7, 2017


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Roseville High School freshman, sophomores, and seniors will no longer arrive to school mid-morning during the state standardized testing week. Instead, the school implemented teacher collaboration Tuesdays for three-day weekends in the Spring, releasing students at 1:45pm on those days. According to...

Peer Helping holds ‘Inside Out’ assemblies

Peer Helping holds ‘Inside Out’ assemblies

WILL WAGNER

August 29, 2017


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Students in the Peer Helping program were holding the ‘Inside Out’ workshops this last Monday. These workshops are about seeing students for who they are, not how you see them in the halls. Team building is a large part of the workshop. “We are doing a lot of team building, and we also d...

Photography teaching position open two weeks into school year

Photography teaching position open two weeks into school year

STAFF REPORT

August 29, 2017


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A position opened up after photography teacher Tammy Kaley left Roseville High School last Tuesday. Varsity softball coach Art Banks temporarily filled the position as interim photography teacher. “I know they opened up the class for hiring a new permanent teacher, or temporary for right now, for...

Student Government hosts Club Rush

Student Government hosts Club Rush

STAFF REPORT

August 29, 2017


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Student-run organizations occupied over 40 booths yesterday on Campo Street for this year's Club Rush. Clubs extended themselves to students during lunch to advertise, recruit and present their cause.

Admin advises against unprotected solar eclipse viewing

Admin advises against unprotected solar eclipse viewing

KAIA WHITNEY

August 21, 2017


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As Monday’s solar eclipse approached, Roseville High School administration discouraged students and staff from stepping outside during second period to watch the moon shroud the sun. Teachers and administrators worked together to balance excitement and safety during the eclipse’s peak hours, m...

GALLERY: Faculty gather for team-building barbecue cookout

GALLERY: Faculty gather for team-building barbecue cookout

STAFF REPORT

August 16, 2017


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During the extended lunch today, faculty came out to Senior Square for hamburgers and veggie burgers. The cookout was part of an effort to build community among Roseville High School faculty.

Students participate in first-day festivities in rallies, Senior Sunrise

Students participate in first-day festivities in rallies, Senior Sunrise

STAFF REPORT

August 9, 2017


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Student Government held Senior Sunrise on Hanson Field this morning. The senior activity was followed by two school-wide rallies to celebrate the first day of the 2017-18 school year. ...

GALLERY: Class of 2017 graduation ceremony

GALLERY: Class of 2017 graduation ceremony

STAFF REPORT

June 9, 2017


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The Class of 2017 graduated last Friday. Valedictorian Andrew Smith and Salutatorian Marc Chappelle each delivered speeches at the beginning of the ceremony.

District may consider start time change

District may consider start time change

SINO OULAD DAOUD

May 30, 2017


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In the wake of other local districts either moving to a later start time or considering doing so, Roseville Joint Union High School District may look at the possibility of following suit. For RJUHSD, however, any actual move to alter start time would not come for at least one more year. “We’re...

Oakmont braces for population shift

Oakmont braces for population shift

MARC CHAPPELLE

May 30, 2017


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Oakmont High School programs are preparing for a smaller student body after the sixth high school opens in West Roseville as early as the 2020-21 school year. The campus population currently stands at just under 1,900 students. However, enrollment may climb to nearly 2,400 students by the 2019-20...

Berry accident makes six

Berry accident makes six

JOHNNY MULLIGAN

May 30, 2017


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Dating back to 2013, six accidents occurred on Berry Street within the vicinity of the Roseville High School campus. Three of the accidents were property damage only, two were injury collisions and one was a DUI collision. Since 2015, 15 traffic stops were made and 11 citations issued which included...

District looks to revamp science

District looks to revamp science

KAIA WHITNEY

May 30, 2017


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Roseville Joint Union High School District has introduced several new initiatives recently to expand the district’s science department – including the investment of roughly $200,000 to bring Project Lead the Way to Roseville High School - and now looks to bring in an integrated science curriculum...