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RHS Marching Band participates in CMU Band Day

RHS Marching Band participates in CMU Band Day

September 17, 2019

On Saturday, Sept. 14, the RHS marching band took a day trip to Central Michigan University for CMU Band Day. About a dozen marching bands came from different schools all over Michigan to play. The students’ day started at 5 a.m. at RHS. The band met up to take attendance and start their two and a half hour bus ride to CMU.  When the RHS students first arrived, they were greeted by CMU’s band director. The staff introduced themselves to all of the bands and took them on the field to find their positions. After introducing and positioning, the bands broke out into...

Spirit week day 5: class colors

Spirit week day 5: class colors

June 12, 2019

               On June 7,our school came together as one in the last spirit week to wear our class colors. Each grade wore their color for the grade they will be in next year, freshmen wore black, sophomore wore red, and juniors wore all the class colors. For the final competition day of spirit week. Juniors won for the most participating in spirit week, freshman came in second and sophomores came in last place.             “I thought the idea of us wear our school colors was fun and exciting idea. I am happy that we got to wear red because it is one ...

Students attend end of the year pep assembly

Students attend end of the year pep assembly

June 10, 2019

To conclude this year's final spirit week, student assembly hosted a pep assembly to rally up the students in the gymnasium one last time before we head into finals week. With the seniors gone for two weeks now, this was the first pep assembly that only had the participation of the freshman, sophomore, and junior class. Coach Marzec and coach Houghton were recognized for their astonishing coaching abilities being presented with the teacher of the year award. Also, our girls’ varsity basketball and boys’ varsity baseball teams were brought down to honor their coaches for...

Spirit week day 4: Throwback Thursday

Spirit week day 4: Throwback Thursday

Kristi Patton, Staff Reporter

June 7, 2019

Spirit week continues on Thursday with decades day. Students and staff came together and participated by dressing up in the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s attire. The most popular decades seemed to be the 70s and 90s. People were seen wearing scrunchies, vintage and jean jackets, jeans, wavy hair, colorful makeup, and flannels. During spirit week each grade is in competition with the other. Juniors currently have the lead, the freshman is in a close second, and sophomores are in the last place. Friday is the last day to compete in spirit week, and the week will finish off with a...

Endgame Wednesday

Endgame Wednesday

Mycah Goodwin, Staff Reporter

June 5, 2019

Here at RHS, we like to think that our halls are filled with heroes, from standing up to a bully to even offering help to strangers. Today, students and teachers showed their true colors by dressing up for the theme of Avengers: Endgame ( or any hero )  in honor of this spring spirit week. Walking through the halls, you could spot a few Captain America's, maybe an Incredible, and even some Superman's. "I love the spirit days that allow me to wear my Captain America gear. I really enjoy being able to be silly and take fun pictures with friends," junior Abby Barnett...

Monochromatic Monday kicks off Spirit Week

Monochromatic Monday kicks off Spirit Week

June 5, 2019

During spirit week students celebrate their school pride by participating in activities related to the school's sports teams, wearing school colors and competing in spirit week competitions. Spirit week is usually held the week before the school's Homecoming, but any week of the year can be used. This gives students the opportunity to be creative with their outfits while also showing class pride. “ I was really excited for spirit week. Though I’m more excited for summer vacation to start, then i can hang out with my friends and do what I want,” sophomore Jonathan...

Human trafficking statistics on the rise

Human trafficking statistics on the rise

May 31, 2019

Human trafficking has become a threat to people all around the world,  and with summer coming up, you are much more at risk of seeing suspicious people. When warm weather hits and everyone goes outside to play, but have you ever took a look around to make sure who is watching and what is around? If not, then maybe you should start because strangers could come up to you and try to take you. Human trafficking is when victims are taken from their homes or public places and transported to a new location where they are being used for forced labor or sexual exploitation. There a...

A Day for Our Soldiers

A Day for Our Soldiers

May 29, 2019

Celebrating the local communities and remembering those who have fallen in service to the United States, we hold this day to commemorate all of our veterans who have laid down their lives for our freedoms that we have today. On Monday, May 29, Roseville had its own little Memorial day parade, including people from all types of organizations and schools. From RHS, RMS, and EMS, all band students participated in playing music for the parade. Girl Scouts were passing out candy and stickers to all the children on the sidelines watching. The local Firefighters and Police Officer...

Link Crew

Link Crew

May 20, 2019

  In 2017 Link Crew was created to help freshman transition from middle school by building a connection between them and the upperclassmen. The administration board saw it as “an opportunity to change Roseville for the better starting at the ninth grade,” English teacher Angela Houghton said. The purpose for Link Crew has been accomplished, seniors were good role models for their freshmen, they really enjoyed the program. “Link Crew has the capability of making a very positive impact on our school and all the freshmen to come,” science teacher and lin...

SAT results are in and students are definitely talking.

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 ...

Teachers take on Women’s History month

Teachers take on Women’s History month

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

Making a difference: 8,000 miles away

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...

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