Eye of the Tiger

Beyond the CTE push

Beyond the CTE push

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

May 21, 2019


Filed under Featured Stories, News

This article is the second of a two-part series on the increase of student enrollment in CTE courses. Click here for the first article, published April 9th. (‘District feels the CTE push,’ N. Khudyakov).   According to a 2017-18 SARC report, 946 students participated in an RHS CTE program i...

Wellness Center begins to define role

Wellness Center begins to define role

MEGAN HUBER

May 21, 2019


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At the beginning of the year, RJUHSD began implementing Wellness Centers at schools throughout the district, including Roseville High School. The Wellness Center was brought to Roseville as a way to assist students with the rise of feelings of chronic sadness and hopelessness. Eight months later,...

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Dr. Richter; future principal of RHS

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Dr. Richter; future principal of RHS

DANIELLE BENNETT

May 20, 2019


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RJUHSD has selected Dr. Nicholas Richter as Roseville High School’s new principal. Over the last week Richter took some of his first steps around campus to meet with the RHS community. Richter’s past experience includes working as a principal at Williams Jr./Sr. High School, an assistant principal...

Vitalant on campus May 23 to collect blood

Vitalant on campus May 23 to collect blood

LIZZIE PELZMAN

May 10, 2019


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RHS’ next blood drive is May 23 hosted by Vitalant, formerly Blood Source. According to junior Miki Yomogida, this blood drive is going to be smaller than previous drives, partially due to the construction of the Auxiliary Gym taking over the lot where the drive buses have parked in the past. ...

BRIEF: Annual Academic Merit Awards honor students

BRIEF: Annual Academic Merit Awards honor students

STAFF REPORT

May 3, 2019


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Last night, RHS hosted the Academic Merit Awards for sophomores and juniors. Students received medals ranging from bronze to double gold to celebrate academic achievement.I Interim principal Suzanne Laughrea, assistant principals, counselors and parents alike attended for the awarding of medals.

Investigation pending Coach Cunha

Investigation pending Coach Cunha

JORDAN DEL VALLE TONOIAN

May 3, 2019


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RHS varsity football coach Larry Cunha has been placed on administrative leave pending an ongoing investigation involving alleged misconduct with a student. RJUHSD has hired a third party investigator to review the matter further and report factual findings to guide their response. In an interview w...

BREAKING: RHS varsity football coach placed on administrative leave

BREAKING: RHS varsity football coach placed on administrative leave

STAFF REPORT

May 1, 2019


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RHS varsity football coach Larry Cunha has been placed on administrative leave, according to an email sent by RHS interim principal Suzanne Laughrea. Today, Roseville PD released a statement regarding the current ongoing investigation of allegations involving inappropriate misconduct between a st...

Teachers struggle with, adapt to noise generated by construction on campus

Teachers struggle with, adapt to noise generated by construction on campus

LIZZIE PELZMAN

April 30, 2019


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As the weather heats up, students and teachers in the portables must tolerate the heat in and outside of the classroom. Teachers in portable classrooms used to open their doors to fight this heat. Now with the construction, portable teachers have to choose whether to withstand the heat or open their...

BRIEF: New AP registration deadlines

BRIEF: New AP registration deadlines

LIZZIE PELZMAN

April 10, 2019


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Starting next school year, new AP registration deadlines will begin to take effect. For students starting an AP class in the fall, the window to sign up for an exam is between September 15 and October 1. Students who start an AP class in the spring will have the chance to sign up between February 15...

Committee forms to address coaching concerns

Committee forms to address coaching concerns

CAM MEDRANO

April 9, 2019


Filed under Editor's Picks, News

Last year, the varsity cheer coach was charged with a DUI while driving with a student in the vehicle during a competition. The year before, the former boys volleyball coach was charged with child molestation. Both were off-campus coaches and working in positions that are traditionally difficult to...

District feels the CTE push

District feels the CTE push

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

April 9, 2019


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This article is the first of a two-part series on the evolving status of CTE programs around RJUHSD and beyond. Look out for the May 6 edition for the second article, centered on the emphasis placed on CTE pathway development within schools.   Granite Bay High School IT manager Marc Imrie gave ...

BREAKING GROUND

BREAKING GROUND

MEGAN HUBER

April 8, 2019


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Roseville High School began demolition on the parking lot west of the 900’s buildings last Monday - the first step in beginning construction on the new auxiliary gym, which will replace the small gym and feature a full basketball court, wrestling room, storage, team room and a girls locker room. As...