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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...

Choir and band perform annual Christmas concert

Choir and band perform annual Christmas concert

December 4, 2017

   Last Thursday, Nov. 30, choir and band put on their annual Christmas concert taking place at RMS. They performed old to new songs, solos to duets, and the one and only show choir performances.     Symphonic, Treble, and alumni kicked off the concert with “Carol of the bells”,  Jazz band then performed “The Christmas Song” and “We Three Kings.” Next up was Treble choir singing, “Winter Wonderland.” Chamber Ensemble performed “Three Traditional Christmas Carols.”  Marching band performed “Let It Snow” and “Right Down Santa Claus...

New AP classes introduced at RHS

New AP classes introduced at RHS

November 20, 2017

As the trimester comes to an end, many students are prepping for final exams, Especially for their Advanced Placement classes. This year we say hello to a bunch of new AP classes. We now offer AP human geography, taught by David Clulo, AP psychology taught by John Czech, AP physics taught by Melvin Richendollar and AP environmental science taught by John Reinowski. AP classes are also now available for freshmen, who jumped at the chance of earning college credits. Many freshmen took an AP science class, recommended by Richendollar. Freshman Emily Major says she love...

RHS holds canned food drive to help families

RHS holds canned food drive to help families

November 15, 2017

Every year in the fall, Student Assembly hosts a canned food drive to give to those who need for the holidays. This food drive is to gather as many cans as we can to get distributed at the national organization called Gleaners Food Bank. The food bank raises awareness for the families that are struggling to financially support their families with food for the holidays, such as Thanksgiving, and also for the remainder of the year. There is also a friendly competition between first hours to see who can bring the most food sources to school. The students can bring in a...

Roseville hosts annual veterans brunch

Roseville hosts annual veterans brunch

November 8, 2017

The city of Roseville invited veterans to L.B. Williams, the student run restaurant located at Roseville Middle School, this morning for their annual Veterans brunch. This is Roseville’s seventh year of running the veteran’s brunch. The food was prepared by high school students in hospitality management taught by Jon Grommons. “It is never my opinion if the students did well or not. I gage that upon how great everyone feels. When I see smiles, see happiness, clean plates, it speaks well to me,” Grommons said. L.B. Williams had a full house this morning with a tot...

RHS puts on annual open house in new way

RHS puts on annual open house in new way

Sarah Allen and Sam Averitt

November 4, 2017

Filed under School

Thursday night, RHS hosted their annual open house in a different way than they normally do. Last year and years prior, Roseville usually put up tri-fold boards of clubs, sports, and academic departments with a representative at each table. Although this year to kick off the night, parents were to meet in the new maker space where they could pick up a student handbook, Roseville logo bumper sticker, chip clip, and beverage cozy. After, parents and students were taken for a tour around the school by different teachers in the building. Parents had the chance to go into classrooms...

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...

RHS welcomes new staff

Kayla Mielke, Staff Reporter

October 26, 2017

Filed under Features, News, Pictures, School

    Dennis Borse, athletic director for the past two years,  is now an assistant principal. He chose to switch to become more involved with the high school, and to be in the building all day.  Last year, Borse had to split his time between RHS and a role as assistant principal at Eastland Middle School.  He says he enjoys his new position even though it is an adjustment, and he sometimes misses working with sports.  Borse found out over the summer about the opportunity when Dan Crow, the former assistant principal, retired. “ I miss athletics and being a  part of that, but I like learning about the new job,” Borse said. Taking over for Borse, Chris Lafeve was a special ed teacher for four years and is now the athletic director. In addition to being in the school, he also spe...

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