Eye of the Tiger

Band claims first in all categories at competition

Band claims first in all categories at competition

JULIE NGUYEN

November 14, 2019

Last weekend, Roseville High School’s Tiger band and colorguard made a dynamic showing at the Grape Bowl Classic and walked away with an ensemble of awards. The band earned first place overall in their division but also took first in all subcategories, including percussion, colorguard, music, visual analy...

BRIEF: Multicultural day to take place next week

Last year's multicultural day. This year's celebration will take place next week.

JULIE NGUYEN

October 25, 2019

Roseville High School will host its second annual Multicultural Day on November 1. Last year, the event featured dances, musical performances, food and stands representing different cultures.  While certain events from last year’s day will continue this year, such as the fashion show, this year the e...

Gov. Newsom signs SB-328 mandating later school start times

Buses line up on Berry Street outside of RHS after school. When SB-328 mandates a later start time for high schools and middle schools, RJUHSD and RCSD could face logistical issues with bus coordination.

LIZZIE PELZMAN

October 22, 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 on Sunday 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, this means seeing start...

District to demolish small gym, build classrooms

The outside of RHS' small gym. The district currently plans to demolish the small gym and build a two-story classroom building in its place.

LIZZIE PELZMAN

October 14, 2019

After construction of the new gym is completed in 2020, RJUHSD plans to demolish the current small gym and build a two-story classroom building in its place, similar to the current 900’s buildings. At the September 24 board meeting, the district set the demolition as the second highest priority ite...

RJUHSD sets graduation times at Placer Valley Event Center

Students and guests attend Roseville High School's 2019 graduation ceremony, held Friday night on Hanson field. The class of 2020 will graduate the last Friday of May at 11:00 a.m. in the Placer Valley Event Center.

DANIELLE BENNETT

October 14, 2019

Roseville High School seniors will graduate at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, May 29 in the Placer Valley Event Center. RJUHSD released the times for each of its five comprehensive sites’ graduations earlier this month. Other dates and times include Thursday graduations for Granite Bay at 3:00 p.m. a...

BRIEF: P.E. reverses mile time change

Students running the mile at P.E. The girls mile time to receive an A, which was lowered to eight minutes earlier this year, has returned to nine minutes.

NATHAN HANDLING

October 14, 2019

The mile time required to receive an A in P..E for girls changed back to nine minutes, after a trial change earlier this year that reduced it to eight minutes.  According to P.E. teacher Greg Granucci, the department is aiming to compare scores from the two options and adjust their grading accordingl...

BRIEF: District to renovate snack bar and playing field restrooms

Roseville High School's snack bar on Hanson Field. RJUHSD set snack bar and playing field restroom renovations as the top priority item for the use of remaining Measure D funds.

DANIELLE BENNETT

October 14, 2019

RJUHSD set renovations for snack bar and playing field restrooms throughout the district as the number one priority construction project at the September 24 board meeting.  The project will use Measure D funds and has a high estimated cost of $5,500,000; 1.2 million per each site.  Other construct...

RCSD eliminates letter grades

Above, the administration building of Buljan Middle School, a feeder school for Roseville High. Students at Buljan will now be graded on a scale of “beginning”, “approaching”, “proficient” and “mastery” rather than a letter-based system.

NATHAN PIEDAD

October 14, 2019

This year, middle schools in the Roseville City School District – the feeder district for many RJUHSD high schools, including Roseville High School – are not employing the traditional grading system using letters, a scale from A to F that distinguishes a student’s overall performance in a subjec...

Math credit recovery expands options

Credit recovery teacher Michelle Walton works in her fourth period credit recovery class. This year, credit recovery offers more in-class courses for students who want to finish the work during the school day.

ISABELLA FULLI

October 14, 2019

Roseville High School expanded its math credit recovery this year, offering more in-school credit recovery courses for IM1 and IM2 and introducing for the first time in-school credit recovery for IM3.  Last year was the first year RHS offered in-school credit recovery courses as an alternative t...

RJUHSD oversight of John Adams Academy underway

A bust sculpture of William Shakespeare in the John Adams Academy Library

MEGAN HUBER

September 24, 2019

Back in May, John Adams Academy, a local charter school, petitioned to the Roseville Joint Union High School District, RJUHSD, for oversight as required by California law. The education code outlines that the school board cannot deny the petition unless it finds that the charter is unsound for the stud...

THE NEXT STAGE

Pictured, RHS students and families attend last year's graduation ceremony. Starting this year, all students attending a comprehensive site in RJUHSD will graduate at the Placer Valley Event Center. The board approved the change in a 3-2 vote.

DANIELLE BENNETT

September 24, 2019

Graduation for RJUHSD’s five comprehensive high schools will move this year to the Placer Valley Event Center, as opposed to the traditional location on each school’s campus. The RJUHSD board of trustees voted to approve the venue change during the board meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 10. During the l...

RJUHSD to no longer provide AP scholarship

Above, students in Carol Crabtree’s AP European History class work out of a textbook. With RJUHSD’s One-to-One Chromebook Initiative, digital materials may outweigh print.

NATHAN PIEDAD

September 24, 2019

Students will not be able to apply for AP scholarships to cover the cost of AP exams this year. In past years, students who were taking multiple exams could apply for the scholarship to cover part of the cost. According to AP coordinator Cari Oberreuter, approximately 62 students utilized the program...