Eye of the Tiger

EDITORIAL: GoGuardian blurs line between privacy and safety

EDITORIAL: GoGuardian blurs line between privacy and safety

EDITORIAL BOARD

February 13, 2019


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

With the new One-to-One Chromebook Initiative, underclassmen throughout the district now have school-issued Chromebooks they can use in class and at home for educational purposes. By next year, students in all grades will have this same access. In order to ensure students are using these new materials...

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Branch out, take risks

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Branch out, take risks

AJ WELKER

January 30, 2019


Filed under Letters From A Senior, Opinion, What's New

As application season finally comes to a close, the inevitable question approaches: where do you want to go? After months of essays, questions, paper work, SATs, ACTs, letters of recommendation and more, the idea of actually getting to choose where to spend the next four years of my life not only...

DEL VALLE TONOIAN: Bathroom passes defile student dignity

DEL VALLE TONOIAN: Bathroom passes defile student dignity

JORDAN DEL VALLE TONOIAN

January 22, 2019


Filed under Opinion, What's New

As Common Core, collaborative learning and growth mindset continue to spread throughout various classes and programs, teacher lecturing hours have shrank as group work takes precedence. Students are encouraged to actually put their knowledge to the test. With less lecturing, and more individualized...

MEDRANO: Breeding distrust of journalism dangerous

MEDRANO: Breeding distrust of journalism dangerous

CAM MEDRANO

December 21, 2018


Filed under Editor's Picks, Opinion

As a student journalist, there is nothing I enjoy more than to see my peers read and consume the work I have produced as part of Eye of the Tiger. As a student journalist, there is nothing I want more than for people to respect the field of journalism and understand its role in society. That being...

NGUYEN: Food health education necessary for students

NGUYEN: Food health education necessary for students

DAYNA NGUYEN

December 20, 2018


Filed under Opinion, What's New

Approximately 100,000 schools nationwide serve over 30 million school lunches daily - about 66 percent of which are free and reduced, often serving as supplements to a home-cooked meal. When students take Health and Safety, they might learn a bit about labels. However, as an individual who has...

KHUDYAKOV: Remember to keep the Holiday spirit during finals

KHUDYAKOV: Remember to keep the Holiday spirit during finals

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

December 20, 2018


Filed under Opinion, What's New

It’s finally cold enough to start wearing knee high boots and thick jackets without having to defend my decisions, which means it’s officially December. With the arrival of this joyous month comes holiday spirit, stores bombarding me with Christmas displays, and rampant consumerism as students...

BENNETT: College Board ignores impact on block schedule

BENNETT: College Board ignores impact on block schedule

DANIELLE BENNETT

December 19, 2018


Filed under Opinion

The walls are plastered with the signs – “AP Test Registration – Soft Deadline” – (it passed last week if anyone was wondering). And while some precocious students (or some very motivated parents) might’ve signed themselves up for an AP Test or two, most merely focused on the important thing...

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: RJUHSD should pursue digital resources

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: RJUHSD should pursue digital resources

EDITORIAL BOARD

December 18, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

  As RJUHSD approaches digital equity through the One-to-One Chromebook Initiative, the district is in prime position to begin using more digital materials to support curriculum. These resources can come in the form of open-source materials without cost or digital resources with cost, like online...

DEL VALLE TONOIAN: Honors classes aren’t for everyone

DEL VALLE TONOIAN: Honors classes aren’t for everyone

JORDAN DEL VALLE TONOIAN

November 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion, What's New

There is only one honors courses at Roseville High School – Honors English 10. According to assistant superintendent of instruction and curriculum Jess Borjon, honors courses create a “de facto tracking system in schools where some students are screened in and some students are screened out.” Honors...

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: Non-straightforward punishment method successful

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: Non-straightforward punishment method successful

EDITORIAL BOARD

November 15, 2018


Filed under Editorials

Beginning last school year, RJUHSD started transitioning away from a punitive punishment model to a restorative model, in an aim to cut down on suspensions. Rather than relying on suspensions to deal with misbehavior, the restorative model encourages schools to help students address the causes of these...

Senioritis detrimental to clubs

Senioritis detrimental to clubs

November 11, 2018


Filed under Opinion

I have gone to various club meetings throughout my years here at Roseville High. Usually, I go to scope out the club and determine whether or not I would like to give my time and resources to this certain cause. I have only ever stayed in one, however, commonly known as Key Club - an organization in...

TOWNSEND: Seniors ignore underutilized resources

TOWNSEND: Seniors ignore underutilized resources

CLAIRE TOWNSEND

November 1, 2018


Filed under Opinion

The dread that courses through a student when asked about their plans as far as their college career is unlike most feelings of fear. College applications, for most, determine one’s future on a level to which kids our age should not be subjected. Making such a difficult, heavy and important decision...