Eye of the Tiger

Student Government hosts annual Club Rush

Student Government hosts annual Club Rush

JONAH LUCIA

August 28, 2018


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Student government hosted the annual club rush Monday at lunch. Students gathered in Campos street to learn about all the different clubs and programs offered around RHS. Student government activities director Brent Mattix says the students had a much bigger hand in the event than he did. “I d...

RJUHSD furthers digital equity initiative

RJUHSD furthers digital equity initiative

JULIE NGUYEN

August 28, 2018


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Juniors and seniors in underclassmen classes received Chromebooks last week as a continuation of the Digital Equity initiative. Next year, all seniors will be receiving Chromebooks. Junior Nicole Lopes appreciates having a Chromebook to use for her Spanish 2 class. “I think it is nice, since I am i...

Anti LGBTQ+ protester makes appearance at RHS

Anti LGBTQ+ protester makes appearance at RHS

STAFF REPORT

August 25, 2018


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Since last Monday, an anti LGBTQ+ rights protester has made appearances in front of RHS. According to youth resource officer Marc Kelley, he is protesting on public grounds and is protected by the first amendment. Kelley aims to ensure interactions between the students and protester remain civil...

Campus renovations impact student morale

Campus renovations impact student morale

STAFF REPORT

August 24, 2018


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The start of the new school year featured some major changes around campus. Different projects around campus include new landscaping as part of a beautification process. Junior Kyli Quile believes the landscaping is a good but shocking change. “It was kind of…a shock coming back to school ...

BRIEF: Construction reduces RHS campus parking

BRIEF: Construction reduces RHS campus parking

JORDAN DEL VALLE TONOIAN

August 18, 2018


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Roseville High School will lose about fifty parking spaces due to the construction of the new auxiliary gym. According to RHS principal David Byrd, the front parking lot will compensate for the loss of these parking spaces. RHS administration recently performed a survey which estimates 45 spots...

Student opportunity varies around district

Student opportunity varies around district

CAM MEDRANO

August 14, 2018


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This time last year, RJUHSD granted Oakmont High School sophomore Rachana Jonnalagadda an intra-district transfer from RHS to participate in the OHS IB program. District administrators handle intra-district transfers prior to a school years end, which are often times requested due to varied opportunities...

Clubs’ demise annual trend

Clubs’ demise annual trend

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

May 18, 2018


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Last August, the RHS student body gathered on Campo street for Club Rush, where students could potentially learn about 28 registered – as well as several unregistered – clubs. Now, as the end of the school year draws to a close, the number of common interest groups holding regular meetings has dwindled. According...

Teachers, students drive course catalog

Teachers, students drive course catalog

DANIELLE BENNETT

May 18, 2018


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Roseville High School will not be able to participate in Future Business Leaders of America competitions next year. This is due to a new rule change implemented by the California Department of Education and FBLA that requires members of the club to participate in a school business program in order to...

RJUHSD committee selects first female superintendent

RJUHSD committee selects first female superintendent

ALEYNA CAMACHO

May 16, 2018


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RJUHSD’s superintendent search committee recently selected Denise Herrmann, who has worked in education for 28 years, as the district’s first female superintendent. Herrmann will take the place of her predecessor, retiring superintendent Ron Severson, on July 1 of this year. Herrmann currently...

AP Club hosts “cram night” sessions

AP Club hosts “cram night” sessions

ALEYNA CAMACHO

May 2, 2018


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RHS’ AP club will offer cram sessions for students taking AP exams today and tomorrow after school from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. According to AP club vice-president Lauren Scacco, the sessions aims to assist students in studying effectively. “I know that a lot of people took an AP class in the fall and ...

Security reassessment sheds light on campus hazards

Security reassessment sheds light on campus hazards

CAM MEDRANO

April 25, 2018


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As the oldest school in RJUHSD, RHS grapples with everyday campus safety concerns, including matters pertaining to road safety and uneven terrain for pedestrians and runners. According to RHS principal David Byrd, the school’s 106-year-old landscape does not accommodate for the abundance of drivers...