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GALLERY: Campus, community rallies for 100th anniversary of Homecoming

GALLERY: Campus, community rallies for 100th anniversary of Homecoming

STAFF REPORT

September 22, 2017


Filed under Galleries, News, What's New

Today marks Roseville High School's 100th anniversary of the school's first Homecoming. Students, staff and community members participated in a parade to celebrate. Homecoming court, consisting of ten seniors, walked in a rally at the end of the school day. Tonight, Roseville JV and varsity footb...

Colleges visit RHS, WHS hosts annual College Fair

Colleges visit RHS, WHS hosts annual College Fair

ALEXANDRIA SUBA

September 21, 2017


Filed under Galleries, News

College representatives visited RJUHSD this week at events held for students at Roseville High School as well as Woodcreek High. Roseville students, families and staff visited WHS last night to sample over 120 represented colleges as part of the annual RJUHSD College Fair. RHS College and Career Center technician Jacquie Seider organized college presentations on campus spanning throughout August, Septembe...

Peer Helping holds assembly

Peer Helping holds assembly

STAFF REPORT

September 18, 2017


Filed under News

On Monday, September 18 Peer Helping held an assembly talking about the past. Students gathered into the gym to hear stories of past scars in hopes of helping bridge gaps between students.  

District pushes attendance efforts

District pushes attendance efforts

ALEXANDRIA SUBA

September 18, 2017


Filed under News

Districts across the country are participating in September Awareness Month in the effort to improve attendance in their communities beginning in the first full month of school. Parents and students of Roseville High School received an email reminding that September is “Attendance Awareness Month” ...

BREAKING GROUND: Measure D funded projects move forward

BREAKING GROUND: Measure D funded projects move forward

WAFEEQ RIDHUAN

September 11, 2017


Filed under News

Following a summer discussion over Measure D expenditures for Roseville High School, RHS is moving forward and completing designs for a new auxiliary gym. RHS principal David Byrd spent the summer working with architects on designs and blueprints for the new gym. “We started this summer going and doing some tours of some gyms that are being built,” ...

Security cameras installed on campus

Security cameras installed on campus

ALEXANDRIA SUBA

September 11, 2017


Filed under News, What's New

This week, the RJUHSD Technology Department will finish the installation of 27 security cameras on campus. The cameras will be located in highly trafficked, outdoor areas. None will be installed in classrooms.   Administrators will be trained this week to use and access the camera feeds. Pr...

Start time bill gains momentum

Start time bill gains momentum

SINO OULAD DAOUD

September 11, 2017


Filed under News, What's New

If California State Senate Bill 328 passes, RJUHSD students will be arriving to school no later than 8:30 for first period. SB 328 requires all California middle and high schools to adopt the new start time by July 1, 2020. The bill passed “as amended” through the Assembly of Appropriatio...

Campus leaders take proactive approach to address culture

Campus leaders take proactive approach to address culture

COOPER BADDLEY and ALEXANDRIA SUBA

September 11, 2017


Filed under News, What's New

Since school relaunched last month, students experienced first-day presentations, ROAR lessons and the waving of a new emblematic “spirit stick.” All these experiences have served a part in an ongoing effort by campus leaders to build community. The Campus Culture Team (CCT), made up of teachers and a...

Admin bans food delivery services

Admin bans food delivery services

COOPER BADDLEY

September 11, 2017


Filed under News

Roseville High School administration banned all commercial food delivery in a new policy starting this school year. According to administrative assistant Signe Hodge, administration made the decision to ban deliveries because of most students inability to follow the delivery rules leading to disarray...

State testing minimum days sacrificed for Tuesday collab

State testing minimum days sacrificed for Tuesday collab

TRINITY COMPTON

September 7, 2017


Filed under Briefs, News, What's New

Roseville High School freshman, sophomores, and seniors will no longer arrive to school mid-morning during the state standardized testing week. Instead, the school implemented teacher collaboration Tuesdays for three-day weekends in the Spring, releasing students at 1:45pm on those days. According to...

Peer Helping holds ‘Inside Out’ assemblies

Peer Helping holds ‘Inside Out’ assemblies

WILL WAGNER

August 29, 2017


Filed under Briefs, News

Students in the Peer Helping program were holding the ‘Inside Out’ workshops this last Monday. These workshops are about seeing students for who they are, not how you see them in the halls. Team building is a large part of the workshop. “We are doing a lot of team building, and we also d...

Photography teaching position open two weeks into school year

Photography teaching position open two weeks into school year

STAFF REPORT

August 29, 2017


Filed under News, What's New

A position opened up after photography teacher Tammy Kaley left Roseville High School last Tuesday. Varsity softball coach Art Banks temporarily filled the position as interim photography teacher. “I know they opened up the class for hiring a new permanent teacher, or temporary for right now, for...