The Panther Prowl

Book it!

Kayla Mielke, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019

This year Student Assembly has decided to host the school’s first ever book drive. They plan on setting up a mini library outside the maker-space in the spring. If you don’t know what a mini library is, it is a small stand that holds books for anyone to take, free of charge. The book drive will be held from Dec. 10 till Dec. 19 and the donation box will be outside the maker-space for staff and students to drop off books. Once the final day comes, if the school hits the goal of 300 books then principal Pat Adams will be dressing up as Santa Claus. The other assistant principals Dennis Borse, Monica Gabriel, and Gary Scheff, along with athletic director Christopher Lafeve will be dressing as Christmas elves on the day before break. “I hope that we can raise 1,000 books by the e...

Boys Varsity Basketball stays undefeated.

Boys Varsity Basketball stays undefeated.

December 12, 2018

The Panthers continue their winning streak, defeating the Edsel Ford Thunderbirds on Tues., Dec. 11 with the final score being 73-57. Although the Panthers were not as explosive as in previous games, they still managed to move the ball and put points on the board. Senior Darian Banks led the team in scoring, dropping 17 points. Junior Martell Turner scored 11 points and obtained five assists, and 6’6 senior John Ukomadu once again showed his ability to be aggressive in the paint, grabbing 11 rebounds and getting four blocks. “I feel that we came a long way from last ...

Symphonic choir performs at Macomb mall

Symphonic choir performs at Macomb mall

December 10, 2018

Friday, Dec. 7, the symphonic choir and Dazzle! performed at Macomb Mall for Christmas. People from all around the community came to support the choir. The board of education president, Theresa Genest, came to support and so did counselors Kelly O’Callaghan and Lori Coppola. Symphonic performed classic Christmas songs like “Carol of the Bells”, “Mary, Mary”, “The Very Best Time of Year”, and “O’ Holy Night”. Women’s chorale sang “Do You Hear What I Hear” and shocked the tiny, but mighty, crowd of parents and supporters with their vocals...

Panthers basketball rank first in Michigan by Maxpreps.

Panthers basketball rank first in Michigan by Maxpreps.

December 10, 2018

Basketball season has now started in Roseville and the team has yet to disappoint, starting the season off 3-0 and steadily creeping their way up to best in the state. The team ranked 10th on Thursday, Dec. 6 and by Sunday, Dec. 10 the panthers were ranked first by maxpreps.com. In their game against Eastpointe, the panthers won with the final score of 68-57. Senior Darien Banks showed his ability to play at the next level by constantly dropping more than 20 points a game, scoring 24 in the rivalry game. Senior John Okomadu closely followed Banks with a total of 19 points...

Choir and band perform annual holiday concert

Choir and band perform annual holiday concert

December 5, 2018

On Thurs. Nov. 29, the band and choir hosted their annual holiday concert. Multiple groups performed many different songs. The event started at 7 pm and took place at Roseville Middle School. Jazz Band started off the night by playing multiple songs, including “Greensleeves” by Peter Hollens and “O Christmas Tree” by Ernst Anschühz Next up was the Treble Choir; they sang songs like “We Need a Little Christmas” and “All I Want for Christmas Is You.” Shortly after, the freshmen band played the “Polar Express” by Tom Hanks. Then, the symphonic choir...

Varsity Basketball dominates against Walled Lake Northern

Varsity Basketball dominates against Walled Lake Northern

November 29, 2018

The 2018 boys’ varsity basketball season had started with a bang at the scrimmage against Walled Lake Northern high school. Not only was the game full of excitement, but many players got to show what they were made of. The final score was 65- 44, a panther’s win. Both teams had shown immense effort in this game, pushing the limits and working as hard as they can. With the bleachers almost full and the players taking the court, highlights were made almost every play. Several chances of slam dunks were executed, making the game one to remember. Multiple player...

RHS is thankful for…

RHS is thankful for…

November 20, 2018

“My children” - English teacher Heidi Martin “My health” - Math teacher Craig Nowicki “My family and for other people that are happy” - Science teacher Bob Smitka “A supporting husband that never makes me feel guilty” - Assistant principal Monica Gabriel “My family” - Senior student athlete Lauren Orler. “All of the opportunities I’ve been presented with” - Junior student athlete Jaheim Swaizey “My Family” - Junior Cortez Kelly “My family and friends” - Junior Devinn Houston “Everything that I don't have yet, it...

RHS students welcome Santa to Macomb Mall

RHS students welcome Santa to Macomb Mall

November 20, 2018

On Friday, Nov. 16, RHS students had the opportunity to welcome Santa and Mrs. Claus to Macomb Mall. The mall held a free parade for  the public where families could come and participate in to welcome the holiday season. The RHS marching band led the parade while playing a mix of holiday songs, including “Let it Snow”, “Santa Claus is Coming to Town”, and “Jingle Bells”.  Mr. and Mrs. Claus followed them to the tree where they lit the giant mall Christmas tree, and then families were free to get pictures with the couple, see performances by local singer...

What you were not taught about Thanksgiving

What you were not taught about Thanksgiving

November 20, 2018

Thanksgiving is a holiday that the majority of Americans celebrate. It is associated with family, food, and football. However, it was not always this way. The first Thanksgiving was very different from what we celebrate today. When the Pilgrims arrived in the United States, they did not know how to plant their crops. However, some Native Americans helped the Pilgrims plant their crops and showed them what plants were good to eat. Because of this, the Pilgrims had a successful harvest. To celebrate, they threw a big feast that would later be known as the first Thanksgiving. The...

Childcare students spend time with kindergarteners

Childcare students spend time with kindergarteners

November 15, 2018

On Tuesday, Nov. 13, childcare teacher Suzanne Dzieciolowski and her class prepared a special treat with Sarah Beeler’s kindergarten class from Steenland Elementary. They made homemade applesauce using apples, cinnamon, sugar and apple juice. The kids partnered with a student and went to different stations, working through the different stages of production First they started off by peeling the apples with an apple slicer. Then they took their apples to the next station, which was using an apple cutter to slide the apple into wedges and to take out the core. The next ...

Midterm election brings vast change to Michigan

Midterm election brings vast change to Michigan

November 8, 2018

For so long now, this country has been anticipating the midterms—the elections held halfway through a president’s four year term that include the vote for congressional seats, governors, and many other positions. Here in Michigan, this election has brought quite a lot of change to the state. From getting a new governor to hitting a national milestone, this midterm has proved to be just as important as it was campaigned to be. Michigan had a huge turnout to the polls this year with over four million people coming out to vote—the highest midterm turnout in half a cent...

Team 30 football season comes to an end

Team 30 football season comes to an end

October 29, 2018

On October 26 at 7:00 p.m, the RHS football team had played their last game of the season.With a lot of effort from both teams, the panthers fell short with the final score being 41-32. The boys fought hard this year, even breaking records in the process. Junior and quarterback Javon Osterhout threw the ball more than usual, giving his team more chances of success throughout. Wide receiver and junior Martell Turner was thrown the ball many times throughout the night, making his most important reception in the first play of the game, running for a touchdown. Linebacker and...

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