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New teacher introduces new club

New teacher introduces new club

Dinaz Kazi, Copy Editor

December 12, 2017

Filed under Community, ET, Features, School

A new club has been introduced to the students of our school. The club is a great addition for students to put their skills to work and improve on them. The club is a creative writing club allowing students to use their creative skills to write stories, poems, and tales. The club is a good way to see what the students at Roseville are capable of. It gives readers an inside look to what the young writers can achieve when given just a pencil and paper. “I like the fact that I can express my feelings and daydreams onto a piece of paper and I am currently working on a st...

Being thankful is a great thing

Anitra Vance, Staff Reporter

November 21, 2017

Filed under ET

Thanksgiving is a holiday where you can celebrate with friends and family the things we are thankful for. The holiday is celebrated by having different dishes to serve for others we care about. Some people stick to what is traditional with the original  holiday feast,while others do their own traditions. Everyone celebrates this holiday almost the same way because it only takes someone or something you truly are thankful for to make it a Thanksgiving. Benjamin Jacob is a freshman and he moved from India to Michigan this year.“I am so thankful for my family for being there for me throughout my life,”Jacob said. Benjamin said his family celebrates the holiday by eating beef, chicken,black forest cake, and beef rice and drinking all types of juices. He said he cannot wait for Thanksgiv...

RHS welcomes new staff memebers

RHS welcomes new staff memebers

November 15, 2017

Jennifer Korzeniowski is our student assistant specialist. Korzeniowski went to Oakland University. This is her first time taking on a job like this. She previously was a counselor. Korzeniowski has been teaching for 10 years now. “The school has been very good to me so far from just showing me around, to being nice”, Korzeniowski  said. She plans on staying at Roseville for as long as possible. Korzeniowski likes to scrapbook and spend time with her children, especially outside. She has three kids and a husband outside of school. She came to Roseville wanting...

RHS welcomes new staff members

RHS welcomes new staff members

November 15, 2017

Larry Stanley is our new auto shop teacher went to Mo-Tech Technical School and Schoolcraft College. Stanley came here hoping to make a difference. “The school seems like a good school so far”, Stanley said. Stanley ended up being an auto shop teacher because he was an auto mechanic for 32 years before he started teaching. The only other job he has had like this was at Baker College. Stanley has been teaching for seven years. He plans on being here until he retires. Outside of school, Stanley likes to watch his children play sports, he has six sons. Stanley also...

RHS welcomes new staff members

RHS welcomes new staff members

November 15, 2017

Our new dance coach and special education teacher Kaleigh Sims has come back to RHS this year. Sims is back here from Roseville Middle School. She did her student teaching here with Keith Marzec and Jessica Hanson. Sims got her Special Education degree from Eastern Michigan University. She can teach K-12. ”I think RHS is a wonderful school where kids get to be apart of so many different things. There is not a small list of clubs they can join or activities they can do it is a very large list," Sims said . Sims has never had a job the same as this one, in her five...

Adjusting to a new schedule

Adjusting to a new schedule

November 13, 2017

The clock is ticking, seasons are coming and going and time is passing by. Here at Roseville we have finals in two weeks and Thanksgiving break in three, so many things to do and less time to plan. It feels like time is flying, but there is still something new to be prepared for everyday. Adjusting to school is one thing, but adjusting to a new year is another. It is safe to say that all students at Roseville handle adjustment in there own way. Even though we are all facing tough challenges with break, upcoming holidays, finals, new classes, graduation ect… we are still ...

RHS bands put on first concert of the year

RHS bands put on first concert of the year

November 10, 2017

On Wednesday, Nov. 8, the bands put on their fall concert performance. The freshmen band started off the show with “Valley Forge March”, composed by John Edmonson. They followed with “Green Mountain Rhapsody” by Anne McGinty, and finished with “African Marching Song” by John O’Reilly. “‘African Marching Song’ was the most fun to play because it’s so fast-paced and really gets you into the song,” freshman and percussionist Aaron Schaal said. Varsity band followed freshmen band with “Colonel Bogey March” by Eric Osterling, and “Snake Charme...

Teachers show Halloween spirit

Teachers show Halloween spirit

Dinaz Kazi, Copy Editor

November 1, 2017

Filed under ET, School

During this year’s Halloween, teachers showed their holiday spirit by dressing up in different ways. They got involved in this holiday throughout the school. Biology teacher, Bob Smitka, dressed up as an evil scientist. He created the environment of a cool laboratory in his classroom and students were excited to work with the scientific items, such as, colorful liquids and smoke in test tubes, and constant bubbles flowing out of them. He even let students make fire, by making them have bubbles on their hands and striking a lighter.   Some teachers thought it was great to h...

Immigrants are worried for future of DACA

Immigrants are worried for future of DACA

Emily Soehren, Business Manager

November 1, 2017

Filed under ET, Global, News, Opinion

President Donald Trump is trying to take away an act that affects immigrants. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, allows individuals who entered the country illegally as minors to receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from deportation and to be eligible for a work permit. It helps remove immigration enforcement attention away from individuals with good behavior. The people protected under DACA are called DREAMers. It stands for Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors. Trump announced last year, while he was still runnin...

RHS welcomes new staff members

RHS welcomes new staff members

October 27, 2017

  Victoria Sedik is all ready for new experiences in teaching math. She has studied at Central Michigan University and decided to come to Roseville because she believes it’s a really nice community. “I went to school to become a doctor, and then I realized that I want to be a teacher. I had all these math classes already done, so I thought I might as well stick with it,” Sedik said. Previously, she worked as a waitress at a family restaurant, and last year taught at Hazel Park Alternative High School. Sedik has been teaching for three years and plans...

RHS welcomes new staff members

RHS welcomes new staff members

October 27, 2017

For boys’ basketball season of 2017, there has come a new coach, Nizam Hassan. He previously was a basketball trainer and coach at Hype Athletics, which is a non-profit organization at Fordson High School in Dearborn. Hassan then interviewed at RHS, and got hired as the varsity boys’ basketball head coach. “I think it is a great school with a lot of positive people in it. The administration is doing a great job and is trickling down to the teachers and students,” Hassan said. He has been coaching ever since he graduated high school, and this is his sixth year. “I...

RHS welcomes new staff members

RHS welcomes new staff members

October 27, 2017

Starting a new teaching journey, Melissa Kment is very excited to be communicating with the students. She is part of the RTI team here, which stands for Response to Intervention, helping students improve when they’re struggling in academics, and accommodating with them. Kment had started college at Macomb and obtained her Associate's degree. She then transferred to Wayne State University for an undergraduate in teaching. After teaching in General Education, Kment went on to receive a Master’s degree at Marygrove College. She then finally went for a Special Education...

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