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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...

2018 Homecoming Changes

2018 Homecoming Changes

September 26, 2018

Homecoming is coming up fast! Roseville High School is hosting their homecoming  earlier this year. It will be on Saturday Sept. 29, 2018. Along with the change of date is the annual football game and the parade will be on Friday Sept. 28, 2018. “As staff we came to a conclusion that would give students more time to get ready, that’s why we made the football game and parade the day before,” Eric Mattison one of three advisers for homecoming said. Something new this year is a barbecue that RHS is hosting in between the parade and football game. Tickets will be sold...

Detroit Lions make a game to remember

Detroit Lions make a game to remember

September 24, 2018

An astounding game had taken place Sunday, Sep. 23 on Ford Field. The Detroit Lions had taken on the New England Patriots in the 47th game of the 2018-2019 NFL season. Lions fans were amazed at the final score being 10-26 with the Lions winning. The Patriots have a reputation of being a tough team to beat; with making it all the way to the 2018 Super Bowl. Even though New England had taken a loss, Tom Brady had 14 for 26 passing for 133 yards, according to detroitfreepress.com. For the Lions, highlights of the offense have been noticed left and right. Rookie tailback #33 K...

Panthers start off football season with a bang

Panthers start off football season with a bang

August 25, 2018

Thursday, Aug 23, the football team started off their season with a victory. Up against Delta Prep, the team won 18-6. Junior D’lano Fordham had the only interception in the game. Senior Darrion Smith scored the first touchdown in the second quarter. As the score was left at 8-0 during half-time, the dance team performed and made the crowd go wild with their moves, and the cheerleading squad performed stunts and cheers throughout the whole game. In the third quarter, junior Davion Lowman scored the second touchdown of the game. As the student section dressed in a...

R.E.S.T. competes in statewide event at Cobo Hall

R.E.S.T. competes in statewide event at Cobo Hall

June 11, 2018

On June 7, our own R.E.S.T. autonomous team went to the Cobo Hall to compete in a statewide event with members from large automotive and engineering companies. These companies include Square One, the company that runs the previous competitions, General Motors (GM), the P3 Group (P3), a group of skilled engineers, and the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITSA). The team was invited to take part in this competition during their previous competition at University of Michigan in May. “The event was to showcase students learning in autonomous and connected ve...

The Detroit Tigers welcome Casey Mize from the MLB Draft

The Detroit Tigers welcome Casey Mize from the MLB Draft

Madison White, Copy Editor

June 5, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018, News, Sports

On June 4, 2018, the Major League Baseball draft had taken place, giving the Detroit Tigers the upper hand. While having the worst record in the last season, the Tigers had gotten the first overall pick in the draft. With many well-known players that could have been chosen, Detroit chose Casey Mize, a right handed pitcher from Auburn University. Mize is 21 years old and had been attending Auburn for two years. With eyes on many players across the country, Mize was considered a favorite for some of the top overall picks in the past few weeks. The Detroit Tigers had been reb...

How do we feel now that our seniors are gone

How do we feel now that our seniors are gone

May 31, 2018

      How we feel now that seniors are gone   It has been a long time coming, and this year has been fast but slow. Seniors are now gone and underclassmen have a little over  two weeks left. The big question to ask our seniors would now be, “How does it feel to be done and over with high school”, but most importantly what will you miss?  RHS has had multiple parties and celebrations for our seniors since we appreciate and love them so much! It was an amazing honor having the students who did attend here.   As for the rest of us, we will continue bei...

Students receive awards at annual event

Dinaz Kazi, Copy Editor

May 17, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018, School

RHS awards night was held for students recognized for their hard work and achievements on May 16 at Roseville Middle School. This event was sponsored by the National Honor Society, in which the members announced and handed out awards to recipients. Seniors were awarded for their high school accomplishments one last time. Students brought their parents and families with them. The ceremony started with announcing the class of 2018 valedictorian and salutatorians. It then proceeded to the recognition of athletes of the year and scholarship recipients. After that, students at all grade levels received various awards for their work in advanced placement, core, and elective classes. Roseville Community Scholarships and certificates of achievement in clubs were also noted. There were 800 awards handed ...

Choir hosts spring cabaret

Dinaz kazi, Copy Editor

May 16, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018, ET, School, Spring

On Monday, May 14, choir director Christina Collins presented a spring choir cabaret. It was held at 7 pm. The symphonic choir, who receiveda one at MSVMA choral festival, started off the night by singing “Amazing Grace” by Newton. Junior Niyah Caslin sung the song “Listen” from Dreamgirls, written and composed by Krieger, Cutler, and Preven. Seniors Samantha Averitt and Jasmine Zarves sung "Found/Tonight" from Dear Evan Hansen and Hamilton, written by Miranda and Platt. Junior Jenna Smalstig sung "On My Own" from Les Miserables, composed by Boublil and Schonberg. Combined treble choirs sung "My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music, written and composed by Rodgers and Hammerstein, arr. Huff. Also, junior Caitlin Michael sung "Words Fail" from Dear Evan Hansen, written by Platt. Junior Kaelyn Ko...

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