The Panther Prowl

SAT results are in and students are definitely talking.

May 6, 2019

  The S.A.T. (Scholastic Assessment Test)  scores are in, and students are definitely talking. The S.A.T. is a big part of a students’ lives for furthering their education after high school, so these scores are important for their future. Some students were excited when viewing their results, others not so much, and the rest are just too nervous to check. Many juniors have seen this year’s seniors go through this experience last year, but it is much different when in your shoes. “My SAT score is better than average but not what I had hoped for. I want to go ...

Alumni Kayla Harvey: life after high school

Kayla Harvey poses next to her brick she painted back in

Sanaa Griggs, Staff Reporter

May 6, 2019

    Alumni Kayla Harvey graduated from RHS in 2015. She was a copy editor on the Panther Prowl. She is a student at Eastern Michigan University and graduated April 28. Her sister, senior Sierra Harvey, currently attends RHS, she also does cheer. She studies Criminology and her minors are Anthropology, sociology, communications, Law informed. Her majors are Criminology and Criminal Justice with a law enforcement concentration. “I wanted to study Criminology to get involved with helping people in need. I always wanted to be a part of Criminology team sin...

Netflix’s On My Block returns with a bigger and better season

On My Block is one of the most streamed Netflix series of 2019.

Tyra Hill, Copy Chief

May 1, 2019

After what seemed to be an eternity, the hit Netflix series On My Block returned with another season. Season two, released on March 29, was filled with tears, laughter and plot twists that will keep the watcher on their feet for all ten episodes. All of our beloved favorites have returned, including Monse (Sierra Capri), Cesar (Diego Tinoco), Jamal (Brett Gray), Ruby (Jason Genao), and Jasmin ( Jessica Marie Garcia), who was promoted to a series regular. The series picks up after the tragedy of the end of season one, with Ruby out of the hospital and well. Unfortunatel...

Teachers take on Women’s History month

Women are considered an unappreciated part of society but still show strength, beauty, and courage through all of the hard times.

Madyson Marzec, Sports Editor

April 29, 2019

Although Women's History month has passed, we should still acknowledge female teachers and all of their hard work. Women's History month is the celebration of women and their many accomplishments. There were so many women who have impacted the world and fought for women's rights. Many female teachers in RHS have made an impact on students and the community with their hard work and dedication. Every woman has their own opinion on what Women’s History month is or what it means to them. “Women’s History month means to me the celebration of all women no matter how y...

Making a difference: 8,000 miles away

Mission group volenteers dressed up at princesses to host a party for the girls in the community.

Miranda Bolinger, Copy Editor

April 26, 2019

My adventure to Africa started in the summer of 2017. On July 27, I was on a plane heading across the world on a missions trip with 11 other people. A mission trip is where a church gathers people up and we spread our love and the word of god. The overall cost of the trip was $3,600. It took a lot of fundraising but I made it. Over the course of 12 days, we did various things, including volunteering at a soup kitchen, children's and women's ministries, and a youth soccer club. After almost 20 hours of traveling, my team and I arrived in Cape Town, South Africa. We had...

The 35 new members of NHS are now inducted.

New National Honor Society members are inducted for 2019-2020

April 26, 2019

The end of the year is hitting us once again, and for National Honor Society (NHS), the former members (seniors) are leaving and new members are being inducted. On April 24, NHS hosted their annual induction night for new members to be officially a part of the society. Old members took part in the ceremony by presenting names, preparing refreshments, and greeting the members and their parents. Being a part of NHS is a high privilege to hold in RHS. Students have to complete 13 hours of volunteer work per trimester as well as uphold the expectations of a strong gr...

Junior French Honor Society member Meghan VanDamme helps Project Challenge students learn and pronounce the French alphabet.

French Honor Society returns to Project Challenge

April 25, 2019

On Monday, April 22, French Honor Society visited teacher Nancy Gitter’s Project Challenge students at Kaiser Elementary to continue their teaching of French language and culture. During their initial visit last month, the club members focused on the history and facts about the Eiffel Tower to intertwine with Project Challenge’s “Enormous Entities” theme this year. However, during this visit, French Honor Society focused more on the language itself. The French alphabet was the major focus, but numbers and greetings were covered as well. After learning and ...

Seniors Cody Quiroz and Kaelyn Kowalski, one of 14 EduHam performances, rap a  Hamilton-inspired song about the Whiskey Rebellion at the Fisher Theatre.

Students spend day experiencing Hamilton

April 24, 2019

On Thursday, April 18, many Advanced Placement (A.P.) U.S. Government, U.S. History, and Composition students went to the Fisher Theatre to see Hamilton, a musical about the interesting life of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. Along with the musical, students were able to experience a Q&A session with some of the cast and watch 14 student performances about Hamilton’s time period, including a performance from RHS seniors Cody Quiroz and Kaelyn Kowalski. This EduHam program was set up by the Gilder Lehrman Institute and Hamilton producers to give low-income schools the opportunity ...

R.E.S.T. wins big at home competition

RHS competed hard in the competition, resulting in three awards.

Ariel Kerschenheiter and Kayla Mielke

April 15, 2019

Saturday was a great day for R.E.S.T. (Roseville Engineering Science Technology) club. On April 13, a subsection of R.E.S.T. called U.R.O.V. (Underwater Remote Operated Vehicle) competed against many other schools at RHS. The competition began in the pool room at 9:30 a.m., and ran until the award show at 2:30 p.m. During the event, which was held by Square One, the teams had to do three challenges, with an optional fourth. These challenges includes collecting balloons with PVC connected to the string, measuring a PVC pipe underwater, and collecting bags of balls that wer...

RHS students filling up the dance floor at Glowcoming with black lights and glow sticks shining all over.

Student Assembly puts on its first ever “Glowcoming”

April 15, 2019

On Friday, April 12, Student Assembly held Roseville’s first Glowcoming, a glow-in-the-dark themed dance for students, at 7pm for students to wind down and have fun after a long week of state testing. As a way of promoting school pride and having students come together outside of school hours to enjoy their time together, the Special Events Committee of Student Assembly decided to throw a Glowcoming. “For years, our students have requested that we have a spring dance, and a motivated group of students decided this year to fulfill this desire and have Glowcomin...

Knowing the importance of school truancy.

Knowing the importance of school truancy.

April 15, 2019

  Student truancy is very important because it is essential that you prevent unnecessary absences as much as possible. There are multiple teachers and counselors that try and help to prevent truancy, but it is no one’s job more than it is the students. Some may think that upperclassmen miss more school than underclassmen but that is not always true. On average about 100 students per day are absent. This can be because of sickness, lack of a ride, home issues, or simply not caring. It is important that we do care and we come to school each and every day. Miss...

The students from Roseville Middle School interacted with many different types of robots during outreach day, including one that could play retro video games.

R.E.S.T. reaches out to middle school students

April 1, 2019

At RHS, there is a club for almost anybody. From Book Club to Photography Club, it is not hard to find an after school activity to join. One club offered is R.E.S.T. (Roseville Engineering Science Technology) Club. Ran by science teachers Bob Smitka and Bethany Allen, this club allows students to design, build, and code their own robots. R.E.S.T. is split into three groups, U.R.O.V. (Underwater Remote Operated Vehicle, R.C. (Remote Controlled) Vehicle, and Autonomous. Every year, the club visits Roseville Middle School to show incoming freshmen what it is like to be in R.E.S....

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