Eye of the Tiger

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...

Gradual tech progression leads to digital equity

Gradual tech progression leads to digital equity

DANIELLE BENNETT

April 25, 2018


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The Digital Equity in Learning initiative projected to roll out next year comes as the culmination of a gradual evolution of technology in RJUHSD classrooms. The progression of one-to-one Chromebooks began five years ago, when RJUHSD procured Chromebooks for all staff members, from teachers to administrators...

The future: A Chromebook for every student by 2019

The future: A Chromebook for every student by 2019

DANIELLE BENNETT

April 25, 2018


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Next year, RJUHSD will provide sophomores and freshmen with new Chromebooks as a part of an initiative called Digital Equity in Learning, formerly known as One-to-One. The initiative aims to provide one Chromebook for every student for both home and in-class use, which they will keep throughout their...

Students’ walk fundraises for national charity

Students’ walk fundraises for national charity

ALEXANDRIA SUBA

April 25, 2018


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Last Friday, three Roseville High School English 10 classes participated in a water walk to raise money for children in Liberia. Instead of spending the morning in their classrooms, students and teachers opted to walk around the RHS track for a mile, each carrying a bucket of water to represent the...

Grades app to shutdown, Aeries to offer alternative

Grades app to shutdown, Aeries to offer alternative

ALEXANDRIA SUBA

April 20, 2018


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The app, Grades for Parents and Students, RHS students check their grades on, will be shutting down on April 30. The app’s newest update states it will be its last and will no longer function following the aforementioned date. The app was developed by Adrien Truong, who originally created the app...

Youth service officer, admin dissuade students from parking illegally

Youth service officer, admin dissuade students from parking illegally

April 18, 2018


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As the year progresses, more student get their license, leading to a more competitive parking lot in the morning. Youth service officer Marc Kelley reaffirms his stance against students parking illegally, saying it could lead to ticketing or towing.

FBLA to travel to Ontario for competition

FBLA to travel to Ontario for competition

CAM MEDRANO

April 12, 2018


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Today, the Future Business Leaders of America club left for their state conference in Ontario, CA. The club will compete in various events pertaining to business and other professions. In order to cover fees for the conference, RHS principal David Byrd allocated about 3,000 dollars to the club fro...