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T3 and Coalition talk to parents about new marijuana laws

T3 and Coalition talk to parents about new marijuana laws

March 20, 2019

On March 20, the Roseville community gathered together in the makerspace as members of the care organization came and talked about the new marijuana laws and how to talk to your kids about it. The night started with Care member Ryan Roblin and counselor Jenifer Korzeniowski introducing themselves and explaining what they would be doing tonight. Most of the night was Care member Joe Gulino and his great presentation on the new marijuana laws and how they are affecting this generation. Joe started off with a small presentation on parenting, and how certain parents can miss...

UNiDAYS is changing the lives of students day by day

UNiDAYS is changing the lives of students day by day

March 13, 2019

UNiDAYS is a free app available on the App Store, the Google Play store, as well as online. It gives students in need the opportunity to get discounts on everyday items to help them get through college. It was founded by Josh Rathour, available to students at the minimum age of 16, with some benefits available to high schools students as well.Rathour was a real estate agent before creating this company, wanting to connect students with deals offered by well known brands and retailers that are secure. Students get instant savings on 150 plus brands like Apple, H&M, Ray Ban, and...

French Honor Society spends day with Project Challenge

French Honor Society spends day with Project Challenge

February 13, 2019

On Monday, Feb. 11, French Honor Society went to Kaiser Elementary School for part of the day to teach teacher Nancy Gitter’s Project Challenge students about French. They discussed facts about the Eiffel Tower, had the kids build a model of the tower, and finished with a discussion on why the students should go on to study French. This is the first year for French Honor Society at RHS, and the main goal of the club is to get outreach to the community about the benefits and fun of learning French. French teacher and club advisor Amy Bourgeois and club president E...

Teacher Michael Zimmer named principal of Dort Elementary

Teacher Michael Zimmer named principal of Dort Elementary

December 20, 2018

Today, Thursday, Dec. 20, is the last day working at RHS, and as an educator in general, for now former teacher Michael Zimmer. After this winter break, he will start his new position as the principal of Dort Elementary. As much as he loves RHS, Zimmer decided it was finally time to move up in the school district and make an even bigger impact in kids’ lives. Zimmer has been a teacher here at Roseville for 17 years and specifically at RHS for 12 years. Known especially for teaching physics, Zimmer has for so long been a well-known and cherished teacher by the staff a...

Symphonic choir performs at Macomb mall

Symphonic choir performs at Macomb mall

December 10, 2018

Friday, Dec. 7, the symphonic choir and Dazzle! performed at Macomb Mall for Christmas. People from all around the community came to support the choir. The board of education president, Theresa Genest, came to support and so did counselors Kelly O’Callaghan and Lori Coppola. Symphonic performed classic Christmas songs like “Carol of the Bells”, “Mary, Mary”, “The Very Best Time of Year”, and “O’ Holy Night”. Women’s chorale sang “Do You Hear What I Hear” and shocked the tiny, but mighty, crowd of parents and supporters with their vocals...

RHS students welcome Santa to Macomb Mall

RHS students welcome Santa to Macomb Mall

November 20, 2018

On Friday, Nov. 16, RHS students had the opportunity to welcome Santa and Mrs. Claus to Macomb Mall. The mall held a free parade for  the public where families could come and participate in to welcome the holiday season. The RHS marching band led the parade while playing a mix of holiday songs, including “Let it Snow”, “Santa Claus is Coming to Town”, and “Jingle Bells”.  Mr. and Mrs. Claus followed them to the tree where they lit the giant mall Christmas tree, and then families were free to get pictures with the couple, see performances by local singer...

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...

Students host walkout in remembrance of shooting

Students host walkout in remembrance of shooting

April 20, 2018

On Friday, April 20, students at RHS hosted a walkout in remembrance of the Columbine school shooting. It was organized by junior Cody Quiroz. Although he did not walkout, his efforts were still appreciated. Students walked out at 10 a.m for 45 minutes. At first, students were separated into their own groups across the football field, but as time went by everyone started going to the bleachers. Senior Miranda Rumfelt saw the situation and took charge. She had everyone sit close together on the bleachers and made a speech on the reason everyone was out there. “This is o...

Incoming freshmen visit the high school

Emily Soehren and Roqaiah Odeh

March 14, 2018

Filed under Community, ET, News

Roqaiah Odeh Last night, RHS hosted an event to welcome incoming freshmen to the high school. They will be coming here in the fall and it is going to be a huge transition from middle school. To make the change a little bit easier, eighth graders were able to come here and see what the school offers and all the different classes and teachers the high school has. It helped the students become more familiar with the building and, in the fall, hopefully give them a good idea of what to expect. The link crew members were preparing for this day a few weeks before and met up to practice on how to introduce the students. They went over where to take the students and what to speak about. Link crew sponsors, Michael Zimmer and Bethany Allen, made sure to cover every opportunity provided at our school. For example,...

Students participate in school walkout

Students participate in school walkout

March 14, 2018

Today students across the nation participated in a school walkout in remembrance of the 17 students and staff killed in the Parkland shooting last month.  Many RHS students walked outside of the building at ten in the morning for a peaceful, but prominent, protest. Freshmen Alyssa Dix and Allisa Sturgeon both agreed that students came out here to protest gun violence and to show respect for what happened in Florida. Despite the cold temperatures this morning, most students stayed silent and kept everything in an orderly fashion in honor of the the tragic event that o...

Congress is finally talking about DACA

Congress is finally talking about DACA

March 2, 2018

For the past couple of months the DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, act has been a controversial issue Donald Trump has been trying to figure out with Congress. It deals with immigrants that were first children when they came over to the United States. Recently, Congress has finally started talking about what they are going to do about the act and the DREAMers, the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors, are eagerly awaiting the decision. Trump has set a deadline of March 5 that will get rid of DACA and the date is looming around the corner....

RHS hosts annual chili cook-off

RHS hosts annual chili cook-off

February 2, 2018

On Jan. 30, RHS hosted their annual chili cook-off. Many staff members and community members came to participate in the event. A wide range of students, community members, and staff gathered to taste the chilis. Each member cooked a chili and served to guests and hosts to be judged. “This is my first time coming here as a spectator, it is all just a really good time,” teacher Brian King said. This event was organized for a fundraiser, supporting Students Against Destructive Decisions. SADD was raising money for Red Ribbon week and other activities they do to rai...

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