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Social science teacher Mark Andreatta works with a student. Andreatta is part of a group of teachers
discussing the possibility of alternatives to the 4x4 block schedule.

Teachers consider alternatives to block schedule

NATHAN PIEDAD March 2, 2020

Roseville Joint Union High School District may move away from the current 4x4 block schedule used by all of its comprehensive school sites.  A group of teachers around the district is discussing alternatives...

RJUHSD implements restorative circles

RJUHSD implements restorative circles


Twice this year, students have come together with their second period class to speak with each other in a restorative circle - a method that aims to build community, trust and address issues within a group. Roseville...

Science teacher Oliver Weiss assists junior Shane Meadows-Yaw in his first period NGSS Physics class.

NGSS Physics gains momentum


This year, for the first time, sophomore students took NGSS Physics, rather than CP Chemistry. The move is part of the switch to the new NGSS science pathway. Last year, physics teacher CJ Addington...

BRIEF: Seniors still not completed personal finance course

NOLAN WARE February 25, 2020

Around 85% of seniors have still not completed the personal finance course and its final exam. Students will not be allowed to graduate until they finish the course. Starting next quarter, students who...

Local scholarship deadline this Friday


The College and Career Center has only received four scholarship applications; all four were from the same student. At this time last year, the Career Center had received over 500 scholarship applications.  College...

Blood Drive trucks lined up on Campo Street.

BRIEF: Students donate at Blood Drive

LOGAN BRALEY February 18, 2020

The RHS student government held its biannual blood drive as a way to give back. Over 80 members of the RHS community gave blood of the 120 that signed up. “We like to hold the blood drive every year...

First look: Placer Valley Event Center Grand Opening

DANIELLE BENNETT February 14, 2020

This year, Roseville High School's graduation will move to the Placer Valley Event Center, along with the four other comprehensive sites in RJUHSD. Here's a first look at the new venue, which will host...

Ethnic studies joins course catalogue

NOLAN WARE February 11, 2020

Roseville High will introduce a new Ethnic Studies course to its course catalogue next year. The course will teach students about culture and traditions by combining a traditional class environment with...

Scholarship Book opens in College and Career Center


The RHS College and Career Center has opened its annual Local Scholarship Book for seniors to tackle the cost of applying for college - located in the College and Career Center and on the RHS website....

Pictured, students exit the Senior Lot after school last Thursday. Senior Lot is one of two designated parking lots for students and typically fills up 25 minutes before the start of school.


AMELIA SHAFFER February 4, 2020

Roseville High School was first established in 1912 and the city grew and developed around the school. The campus was not initially built to host the size of the current student and staff population. As...

Students walk to their second period at Oakmont High School. Administrators project a loss of about 800 students and 15 teachers over the next three years. New attendance boundaries are scheduled to go into effect by the 2022-23 school year in hopes of balancing enrollment throughout RJUHSD.

School sustainability

CAM MEDRANO February 3, 2020

This article is the second part of a two-part series centered on the effect of declining student enrollment at Oakmont. Click here for the first article, published December 17. (‘Redrawing the lines,’...

Students at last year’s graduation. Changes in guidelines for graduation attire this year will allow students in club and elective programs to wear pre-approved memorabilia.

District expands permitted graduation attire

BRAYDEN LARSON February 3, 2020

Starting this year, students in club and elective programs will be able to wear pre-approved memorabilia, such as pins, to represent their time in their school organization at graduation. Previously, students...

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