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Spirit Week Day 4: Superhero vs. Villain

Spirit Week Day 4: Superhero vs. Villain

October 5, 2017

This week, students are showing phenomenal school spirit from everyone finding their brain on Monday, then continuing down the yellow brick road to come across Emerald City. We had to tell which “witch is which” on Wednesday, and today we fight evil in the city of Roseville.  People looked amazing, dressing up as classics like Superman and Wonderwoman. Others a little scarier with Freddy Krueger, and some took it to a whole new level dressing as Nemo and Darla from ‘Finding Nemo’. “It is cool and I really like it, because it is fun to dress up,” senior Ch...

Spirit week day 3: Which Witch is Which

Spirit week day 3: Which Witch is Which

October 4, 2017

                    It is the third day of spirit week and Roseville students could not help but take part in the event to show their spirit and pride for the school. Today's theme was twin/multiplicity day, when students dressed up in pairs and groups. Some students went simple with matching Roseville shirts, and others took it a step forward with twinning television shows and book characters. The irony was real when two biological twins dressed up together. The junior class went all out, with matching red bandanas, white t-shirts, black pants and black shoes. ...

Spirit week day 2: Emerald City

Spirit week day 2: Emerald City

October 3, 2017

Going into the the second day of spirit week, we have Emerald City day. All classes were assigned a color to wear. The color actually corresponds with the float that they made for the homecoming parade. Freshmen wore all black because their float is the haunted forest. Next, since sophomores made Dorothy’s dress, they had to wear all blue. Then, we had juniors who had to wear all green to represent the Emerald City float they constructed. Finally, seniors wore all  gold attire just because they chose that color. In addition, teachers can be seen around the building wea...

Environthon makes it to states

Roqaiah Odeh, Copy Editor

March 28, 2017

Filed under ET, News, School

  There have been many wins recently for our school. Our sports teams, auto shop and art students, and even clubs have all added some wins to their repertoire. On Friday, March 10, the Environthon Club competed with other schools on their knowledge of the environment. Environthon is a club that studies different things about the environment and how to help it. The club has four members: senior Joe Kovalchick, juniors Kyle Rumer and Philip Longueuil, and seventh grader Nolan Richendollar. The club meets every Tuesday in science teacher Melvin Richendollar’s room to study for the competition. The team has won in recent years, but have not made it to nationals. This year, the team won first place at regionals. They were driven to Kresge Environmental Center by Scott Palmer to tak...

Roseville’s  hidden talents

Roseville’s hidden talents

February 3, 2017

          Roseville is home to multiple different people with amazing talents. Our school acknowledges them and tries to give everyone opportunities to show it. Whether it is singing, band, dance, sports or art, everyone can  take classes to enhance that talent or enter competitions.             Jessica Near is a senior artist at our school. She has taken many classes where she could use that talent. One of her art teachers, Fiona Rawson, noticed Near’s great talent and decided to enter one of her artworks to the Scholastic Art and Writing awards....

Patriots and Falcons set to square off in Super Bowl LI

Patriots and Falcons set to square off in Super Bowl LI

Anthony Dombrowski, Editor-in-Chief

February 3, 2017

Filed under ET, Showcase, Sports

On Sunday, Feb. 5, millions of people will tune into the single greatest sporting television event of the year, Super Bowl LI, between the New England Patriots, the National Football League’s number one scoring defense, and the Atlanta Falcons, the NFL’s number one scoring offense. This year’s matchup is set to be another historical game, as both teams look to close out their seasons on top of the football world. The Patriots are looking to close out their historical and unexpected season as champions and bring coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady another...

Kids in the Hall: Favorite memories of 2016

Kids in the Hall: Favorite memories of 2016

January 4, 2017

The year of 2016 is coming to an end. Even though the year will be over, we will still take the memories and experiences with us forever. Students shared their favorite memories with the Panther Prowl: “My favorite memory of 2016 is when my older brother came home. He is a professional wrestler and lives in Florida, so I don’t get to see him too often. It was really nice to have him back for a while,” sophomore Jade Danhausen said. “Prom was my favorite 2016 moment, not because of the dance, but because I like dressing up and we got a limo,” senior Madely...

Kids in the Hall: Christmas Songs

Kids in the Hall: Christmas Songs

December 21, 2016

Sophomore Jade Danhausen When do you think they should start playing Christmas songs on the radio? I think they should start on Dec. 1. Any other time is just too early. What is your favorite Christmas song and why? My favorite has to be “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”. It reminds me of my childhood and watching the movie. Junior Ryan Soehren When do you think they should start playing Christmas songs on the radio? I feel like they should start playing them right after Thanksgiving ends. What is your favorite Christmas song and why? One of my favorites ...

Reasons why I love Christmas

Reasons why I love Christmas

Jasmine Zarves, Staff Reporter

December 20, 2016

Filed under ET

It is now December which means Christmas is right around the corner. It’s not all about the presents, candy canes, and music. There are so many memories and traditions and reminders each holiday season.   Christmas to me is about the joy of giving to others, spending time with your family, listening to the laughter around the house, and driving around looking at Christmas lights. It is about the smell of cinnamon around the house, baking homemade recipes that have been passed on for years, decorating the tree and building gingerbread houses.   When...

RHS hosts blood drive

RHS hosts blood drive

December 14, 2016

The American Red Cross traveled to RHS on Tuesday, Dec. 13 for a blood drive sponsored by Student Assembly. Students, over the age of 17, signed up last week to donate blood. Brave students had to go through a questionnaire, finger pricking, and needles in order to donate blood. These students did not just do it to get out of class though; they were trying to save lives. “I felt that since I volunteer at a hospital and see patients every day that I needed to do a little more to give back. Donating blood sounded like a great idea to do that,” senior Safa Shkoukani...

Everyone looks forward to fun winter activities

Everyone looks forward to fun winter activities

Jacob Mohn, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2016

Filed under ET, Showcase

  It is that time of year again, winter is here. One thing that comes to mind when thinking about winter is Christmas. Everyone loves to wake up on Christmas morning and rush to the Christmas tree to open their presents. This winter there is a lot going on, so much to see, so much to do. Christmas time always brings friends and family together. That being said, here are some fun ideas on what to do this winter. Tree lightings, or even just going to look at lights, are good ways for you and your family to get out and have a good time.  Many cities host annual...

RHS staff gives thanks

RHS staff gives thanks

November 22, 2016

Thanksgiving is one day where families come together and celebrate with their loved ones and enjoy the dinner and share their gratitude. RHS staff members thank their families and students. “I am thankful for the diversity of Roseville High School,” history teacher David Clulo said. “I am thankful for my family and my freshmen which i enjoy teaching every day,” gym teacher Keith Marzec said. “I am thankful for my best friend and getting a new job at Roseville High School,” parapro Matt Lesperance said. English teacher Samantha Jordan is thankful...

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