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Paid internship opens up to high school students

Paid internship opens up to high school students

ALONZO ALCOCER

March 3, 2017


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Kaiser Permanente introduced the opportunity to intern at its Sacramento hospital for an 8-week period to high school students in the region. The summer internship would pay $10.50 to $14.00 an hour. “Personally, I wanna be a pharmacist when I’m older,” internship applicant Kenneth Dato sa...

Class of 2017 breaks local scholarship record

Class of 2017 breaks local scholarship record

ROBERT ERDMAN

March 2, 2017


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Roseville High School’s class of 2017 broke the local scholarship application record this week, submitting 1665. College and Career technician Jacqie Seider hopes the money granted by local scholarships will help seniors pay for college expenses.   “That money is going to benefit students...

Clearing the political gray area

Clearing the political gray area

BRIAN NUEVO

February 27, 2017


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Among a politically-charged environment as a result of November's election and acts of vandalism with racist symbols, both Roseville Secondary Education Association president Brandon Dell’Orto and Roseville Joint Union High School District superintendent Ron Severson have sent district-wide emails ...

Security cameras may hit district after OHS

Security cameras may hit district after OHS

KAIA WHITNEY

February 27, 2017


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Within the next year, Roseville High School could have security cameras operating on campus. This comes after the Roseville Joint Union High School District board approved a security surveillance pilot system for implementation at Oakmont High School, with plans to bring the system to each site in...

Freshman pathways revisited

Freshman pathways revisited

JOHNNY MULLIGAN

February 27, 2017


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As freshmen, the Class of 2017 was required to enroll in Positive Power, Pre-AP Geography and World Cultures, Freshman Seminar or AVID 9 for the first time. This meant that all students lost one of their electives during their freshman year and will ultimately graduate having taken one fewer course than...

Academic Decathlon takes fifth consecutive Placer County title

Academic Decathlon takes fifth consecutive Placer County title

DAN GUNKO

February 27, 2017


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Roseville High School’s Academic Decathlon team nabbed first place for Placer County for the 5th consecutive year in Sacramento's annual competition. “It was amazing.  I didn’t actually know that it was the fifth year. I was just going in focusing on competing with Western Sierra and Rockli...

Black History Month library display showcases famed African-American works

Black History Month library display showcases famed African-American works

KAIA WHITNEY

February 22, 2017


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Library science students are honoring Black History Month by displaying significant African American literary works. Books on display include Jim Haskin’s “Separate But Not Equal,” “Native’s Son” by Richard Wright, and Alice Walker’s “The Color Purple.” Academic lab teacher K...

Bat disrupts Mowrer’s first period class

Bat disrupts Mowrer’s first period class

BRIAN NUEVO

February 18, 2017


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Tuesday morning, a bat disrupted english and french teacher Amy Mowrer’s first period class. Mowrer noticed “a black mass messing with the blinds” and subsequently vacated her classroom. Mowrer moved her class into room 916 until animal control could arrive. Animal control searched during ...

Band room vandalized with “KKK,” swastika

Band room vandalized with “KKK,” swastika

STAFF REPORT

February 17, 2017


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An unknown suspect spray painted the letters “KKK” and a swastika in red on the outside wall of the band room adjacent to the Campo Street alley Thursday morning. By intervention period, maintenance painted over the graffiti. The incident took principal David Byrd aback. “I was stunne...

AP Comp Gov moves step closer to 2017-18 rollout

AP Comp Gov moves step closer to 2017-18 rollout

JAKE LUKASKO

February 17, 2017


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Last night at Roseville Joint Union High School District’s Continuous Improvement Leadership Team meeting, AP Government teacher Dana Dooley’s proposal for a fully weighted term of AP Gov passed the first step to becoming a class: gaining CILT approval. Assistant superintendent of curriculum and i...

Andrew Tagg swears in to district school board

Andrew Tagg swears in to district school board

ROBERT ERDMAN

February 17, 2017


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ANDREW TAGG IN NOVEMBER 2016 Age: 50 Occupation: Community banker, district parent Relevant experience: 2013-15 Silverado Middle School Site Council, 2010-2013 Quail Glen Site Council, 2015-present Roseville Library Board member Platform: Fresh eyes, new perspective Roseville Joint Union High Sch...

RHS Theatre Company scores second place at Lenaea festival

RHS Theatre Company scores second place at Lenaea festival

TARAH JOHNSON

February 15, 2017


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  Roseville High School’s Theatre Company’s one act performance of The Katrina Project won second place out of 17 other high schools at the annual Lenaea festival. The Theatre Company attended the Lenaea festival at Folsom Lake College on Saturday, Feb. 11. The festival is an annual ...