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PLTW to roll out third-level courses next year

PLTW to roll out third-level courses next year

JAKE LUKASKO

April 3, 2017


Filed under News, What's New

The third level courses for the Project Lead the Way Engineering and Biomedical Science programs will arrive next year to RHS. Students on campus can now enroll into Medical Interventions and Digital Electronics, for PLTW Biomed and Engineering, respectively. Science teachers Mike Purvines, Katherine...

Admin bolsters safety

Admin bolsters safety

JOHNNY MULLIGAN and KAIA WHITNEY

April 3, 2017


Filed under News, What's New

Students will soon start to feel the effects of ongoing administrative efforts to improve campus safety. Surveillance cameras may monitor students in public spaces as early as the 2017-18 school year, as a result of a pending district school board discussion. With the launch of an online anonymous bullying...

Senior wins gold at state Academic Decathlon competition

Senior wins gold at state Academic Decathlon competition

JAKE LUKASKO

March 28, 2017


Filed under Briefs, News, What's New

The RHS Academic Decathlon team went to a state-level competition this weekend. Senior Marc Chappelle was awarded gold during the Interview portion of the competition with a score of nine-hundred and eighty out of a thousand. "We already kinda knew it because it went from, bronze to silver to gold, ...

Junior Prom royalty takes stage in Patti Baker Theater

Junior Prom royalty takes stage in Patti Baker Theater

STAFF REPORT

March 24, 2017


Filed under Galleries, News, What's New

The Junior Prom Court Rally was held today in the Patti Baker Theater during Roar.  Royalty walked through the crowd and strutted onto the stage.  Nominees include:  Alyssa Abbottt, Kendal Artica, Courtney Carpenter, Aijalon Johnson, Zinya Jones, Javier Jasso, Zach Jose, Joey Margaroni and Dominic...

AP Computer Science Principles to arrive next year

AP Computer Science Principles to arrive next year

ALONZO ALCOCER

March 22, 2017


Filed under News, What's New

Roseville High School will offer AP Computer Science Principles next year. The course is already available at other schools in the district and will serve as the stepping stone between Exploring computer science and AP Computer Science A. TigerTech adviser Bradlee Crockett and social studies te...

Junior prom court nominees announced

Junior prom court nominees announced

KAIA WHITNEY

March 22, 2017


Filed under Briefs, News

UPDATE: This article previously reported five male court nominees. Staff removed the fifth boy for disciplinary reasons.  Student Government adviser Brent Mattix announced junior prom court nominees last Friday, naming Alyssa Abbott, Kendall Artica, Courtney Carpenter, Aijalon Johnston and Zaniya J...

Robotix club competes in Regional Championship

Robotix club competes in Regional Championship

BRIAN NUEVO

March 14, 2017


Filed under Briefs, News, What's New

Over this last weekend, RHS’ Robotix club competed in the West Super- Regional Championship with over 70 different high school robotics teams and ended up finishing in the top 25.  The West Super-Regional represented the top 6% of teams in the 13 western states. Robotix club captain Ryan Corrigan is proud ...

IM credit recovery improves pass rates

IM credit recovery improves pass rates

BRIAN NUEVO

March 14, 2017


Filed under News, What's New

Following the introduction of the integrated math system in 2014, Roseville High School’s IM classes experienced a 21 percent the first term of IM2. Due to these high fail rate numbers, the district introduced a IM credit recovery class at Independence High School to help student’s D’s and F’s...

Staff continues culture conversation

Staff continues culture conversation

KAIA WHITNEY

March 14, 2017


Filed under News, What's New

The Roseville High School community has continued to grapple with racially charged incidents following staff’s efforts to open frank discussion about interpersonal understanding via three intervention period lessons in January. Staff designed the lessons to embrace diversity, define racism on campus...

Admin plots RHS-specific Measure D funds

Admin plots RHS-specific Measure D funds

JAKE LUKASKO

March 13, 2017


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Roseville High School and district administration continue to develop plans for how the school with use their $13 million share of Measure D funds. The list of probable projects at RHS include constructing a new gym, resurfacing the pool deck, converting the 800 wing fully into a Project Lead...

Multiple students given parking tickets in Berry Street lot

Multiple students given parking tickets in Berry Street lot

ALONZO ALCOCER

March 10, 2017


Filed under Briefs, News

On Thursday Mar. 9, several students were fined for parking within no-parking areas in the parking lot on Berry street. Junior Isabelle Smith found a ticket on her windshield after school, fining her $400 for parking around the disabled parking and in illegal spaces. “I got a $400 parking ticket,” Smith sai...

Newly-hired RJUHSD construction manager to contribute to Measure D projects

Newly-hired RJUHSD construction manager to contribute to Measure D projects

JAKE LUKASKO

March 3, 2017


Filed under News, What's New

The district recently hired a new construction manager, Jonathan Johnstone, to oversee construction projects and management of facilities in the Roseville Joint Union High School District. Johnstone has seventeen years of experience working in the construction industry, and spent fifteen of those year...