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A random act of kindness

January 25, 2018

On Tuesday, Jan. 23, two juniors gave sophomore Nick Knight something he will never forget. Knight once told Skyler Alexander that he was hoping for a PS4 for Christmas, and when he told Alexander that he did not get it, he decided to take action. Joining forces with Matt Ford, the two saved up money for a PS4, the cords needed to hook it up, a controller, and some games. On the day the deed was done, Alexander and Ford went to deliver the gift. They all have gym class so they took Knight up to the bleachers and gave him a very special surprise. “I stood there speec...

Symphonic choir earns one at solo and ensemble festival

Symphonic choir earns one at solo and ensemble festival

January 18, 2018

Our clubs and certain classes in school sometimes compete to show their talents and what they’ve practiced for. Our symphonic choir competed on Jan. 12, at Chippewa Valley high school against schools from all over the county. They have received awards in the past at many previous festivals  and this one was no surprise considering how well they did. The win made them eligible to go to states. The choir practiced everyday in class and sometimes after school. Earning a one was very rewarding for them and shows that their hard work was worth it. They hope to continue to pr...

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...

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 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...

New faces lead Restorative program

New faces lead Restorative program

October 25, 2017

New staff members Karen Rice and Christy Hodak, are now in charge of the revamped Restorative program here at RHS. Rice has been working in the Roseville district for 12 years.  She started off as a substitute teacher in Roseville Elementary Schools, and transferred to Eastland Middle School. She worked there for six years, and then transferred to RHS and now is now leading the restorative program. Hodak, on the other hand, has been working in the school district for two years. She recently transferred from Eastland Middle School as well. The Responsibility Room,...

RHS welcomes new staff members

RHS welcomes new staff members

October 25, 2017

Jennifer Moore is a new art teacher at our school and has her Master’s degree in art education from Wayne State University. She was happy to find a school to teach at nearby her home with so many positive qualities. “I love the diversity, the maturity level, and students that enjoy art and have smiles on their faces,” Moore said. Art is something that Moore’s mother taught and her dad did for a living, he was an architect. She previously was a lifeguard, worked in landscaping, taught canoe lessons, and was a veterinary technician. She plans to be here until...

RHS welcomes new staff members

RHS welcomes new staff members

October 25, 2017

Andrew Lafata is also a new teacher at our school. He used to teach at Dickson Elementary School and came here to teach drama with his degree from Eastern Michigan University. He found that drama is what he found most interesting there during his college years. In his past jobs, he was always with students as a football coach and teacher at another school. Lafata came also because of all the great opportunities and the great things he heard. “The school has a positive vibe that feels contagious and there are helpful staff everywhere and inspiring students,” Lafata...

Choir classes go to Motown

Choir classes go to Motown

October 25, 2017

         On Sep. 26,  symphonic and treble choir took a trip to the Motown Museum. The purpose of this trip was to experience the history of where some of the most successful artists have built their careers and where the world of soulful music started. Music is something that has created this world, and it is incredible to see the students’ drive to want to experience an insight into music history.            “Motown Museum, aka Hitsville USA, developed from a dream of an african american autoworker/songwriter. What started as an $800 loan from h...

RHS welcomes new staff members

RHS welcomes new staff members

October 25, 2017

Angela Kwiatkowski is a new English 12 teacher. She got her degree in history and English at Oakland University and is currently getting her Master’s in special education at University of Michigan, Dearborn. She thought Roseville was the better choice to work at since she graduated from here. It is a great honor to teach at the school I graduated from. I love the community, the students, and I especially am humbled to work with the teachers that motivated me to become a teacher,” Kwiatkowski said. Kwiatkowski likes to spend her time baking, reading, and gardening....

RHS welcomes new staff members

RHS welcomes new staff members

October 25, 2017

Jennifer Baldes is a new basic English teacher for ninth and twelfth grades. She used to teach at Eastland Middle School and came to RHS because she heard of a job opening for basic English and decided to go for a change. She thought the job would be a great opportunity because she is going back to school to get her degree in special education. She hopes to have extra time to continue on with her hobbies even with everything going on. “I love my dogs, I love to go do things with my kids, go to the park, and read,” Baldes said. Baldes has two sons and two frogs...

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