Eye of the Tiger

CAM MEDRANO

CAM MEDRANO, EDITOR IN CHIEF

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“Remember— they may be louder but we are better."

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Students walk to their second period at Oakmont High School. Administrators project a loss of about 800 students and 15 teachers over the next three years. New attendance boundaries are scheduled to go into effect by the 2022-23 school year in hopes of balancing enrollment throughout RJUHSD.

School sustainability

February 3, 2020
Pictured, West Park High School approaches completion in time for next school year’s open to incoming freshmen and sophomores. Roseville and Oakmont High School will lose parts of their current attendance zone.

Redrawing the lines

December 16, 2019
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RJUHSD executive director of Personnel Services Brad Basham works in his office. Basham said tenure has the ability to impede district disiplinary action.

When tenure interferes

February 6, 2018
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