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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...

Roseville celebrates Red Ribbon week

Roseville celebrates Red Ribbon week

October 29, 2018

Roseville High school hosted a red ribbon week from Monday Oct. 22- Friday Oct. 26. If you have walked through the school, you may have noticed some of the doors are decorated with huge sheets of paper containing phrases to help prevent smoking within the student body. Teachers and students together support the movement and believe it is a step in the right direction. Many students think it is going to take a bit more than pieces of paper to encourage students and kids to stop smoking. “One way advertisers have gotten through to the younger audiences is depicting...

Principal Adams earns doctorate degree

Principal Adams earns doctorate degree

October 26, 2018

RHS principal Pat Adams recently completed his doctorate degree. For seven years, Adams has been studying at Oakland University. His degree is in Educational Leadership, and his dissertation was an “Examination of Teacher Trust in Principal and the Implementation of Skills Learned in Professional Development”. Having earned his doctorate degree is personally fulfilling for Adams. Accomplishing this degree takes a lot of time and effort. He sees it as a reward for the bumpy road that is now behind him. “I am proud of myself for weathering through all of the chal...

RHS clubs spend fall day at cider mill

RHS clubs spend fall day at cider mill

October 25, 2018

On Tues. Oct. 23, many RHS clubs went to Yates Cider Mill in Rochester after school.  Spanish club, French club, Rainbow Society, and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) all attended. At Yates, the students enjoyed the river and trails while eating donuts and drinking cider. Students report that they had a good time, despite the cold weather. “We got cider and donuts, and we talked while we ate,” sophomore Ambria Broussard said. Teacher Ann Scheff also had a good time. “It was a nice fall day,” Scheff said. The clubs went on this trip to...

Seniors grab another win in the 2018 powderpuff game

Seniors grab another win in the 2018 powderpuff game

October 18, 2018

On Wednesday Oct. 19, RHS’ girls junior team came out to compete against the senior team in a game of powderpuff. The ball went to the juniors first to start the 45 minute flag football game on RHS’s field. In the first half, the ball got turned over to the seniors, who then had Lauren Orler pushing through her competition to score the first touchdown. The juniors fought back and gained yards until the time on the clock ran out. The cheerleaders from the junior team started running their way around the track to challenge the senior cheerleaders. The seniors cam...

Girls swim has big win over South Lake

Girls swim has big win over South Lake

October 17, 2018

Tuesday, Oct 16, girls varsity swim won 110-45 against South Lake. The meet started off with the 200 medley relay where the A team came in second place. Junior Mackenzie Smith and one of the South Lake girls were neck in neck until the last second of the race, but she still swam her best. During the 200 freestyle, junior Lexie Sysacure got second and senior Caitlin Michael got third place. In the 200 IM, junior Abby Barnett won first place. Also, in the 50 free, juniors Kara Lightfoot and Nicole Powers came in second and third. In the 100 freestyle, junior Kayla Kornel...

Drama society bounces back for another big year

Drama society bounces back for another big year

October 11, 2018

Drama Society is back up and running this year with big plans in store. The members are planning to put on the play Ghost Hunt, written by Brian Taylor, on Oct. 25 and 26 at the RHS auditorium. This spooky play will be fitting with Halloween right around the corner. The club has other productions in mind for later in the year, including the well-known musical, Chicago by Maurine Watkins. Choir teacher Christina Collins has moved up this year from being solely a vocal coach to the director of Drama Society. Collins says she is excited for Drama Society this year, and th...

2018 Open House

2018 Open House

October 4, 2018

Wednesday, Oct 3, was the 2018 open house at Roseville. Open house is a chance for parents to step into their child’s shoes and see where they go and what they do everyday at school. Parents get to meet the teachers that their children have and the principals that run the school. This years open house was not very popular. As you walked through the hallways, you did not see many parents or students. Also, when you walked by the classrooms, there were usually not more than two pairs of parents talking to the teacher. “I think we could increase turnout for open house...

RHS students welcomed with free lunch

RHS students welcomed with free lunch

Makyia Whitaker, Staff Reporter

October 2, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, News, School

Starting this school year, every student is eligible to receive free lunch and breakfast every day, no matter what their financial status may be. The reasoning for this is so that every student can get a meal and not go hungry. Many students already qualify for free and reduced meals,  and it was expected to increase by 10% this school year, according to the USDA program. When asking students how they feel about this new change, most said that they think it is a good thing because some students may not always eat breakfast or dinner before or after school. Roseville Community...

Spirit Week Day 5: Class Colors

Spirit Week Day 5: Class Colors

Ariel Kerschenheiter, Copy Editor

September 28, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, News, School, Showcase

To wrap up spirit week, students at Roseville were encouraged to wear their class colors on Friday. Freshmen wore white, sophomores wore black, juniors wore red, and seniors wore all three. Many people showed their class pride with tutus and face paint, which follows the theme of “wear Roseville colors or off with your heads!” “It’s not that hard to wear black since that’s the only color in my closet.” Sophomore Brooke Hedrick said. We hope to see everyone at the parade, which starts at 5 p.m., and the game at 7 p.m.!...

Spirit Week Day 4: Pink and Purple

Spirit Week Day 4: Pink and Purple

September 27, 2018

Thursday, Sept 27, Roseville came together and participated in wearing pink and purple in honor of the famous character, Cheshire Cat. Most students and staff wore these colors today to make our school pop. Tomorrow, Sept 28, will be class colors. Freshman wear white, sophomores wear black, juniors wear red, and seniors wear all three colors. The homecoming game is also tomorrow, and the dance follows the next day. Good job showing your spirit Roseville! ...

RHS Students get groovy

RHS Students get groovy

September 26, 2018

Wednesday, Sept 26, was “Hippie Day” in honor of spirit week for 2018. This spirit week day was not very popular for most people. As you walked around the school, you only saw two or three students participating in each class. Some classes did not even have participants, and although there were a few teachers that dressed the part, most students have seem to lose their enthusiasm for school spirit. Tomorrow, Sept 27, is “We’re All Mad Here” in honor of the Cheshire Cat. The colors pink and purple will flood the halls as the homecoming game and dance comes close...

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