The Panther Prowl

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...

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...

Seniors celebrate final pep assembly

Seniors celebrate final pep assembly

May 14, 2018

RHS  hosted an end of the year pep assembly on Friday, May 11. All the students were seated on the bleachers in the cafeteria and sat with their grades. It started off with cheering and the grades were competing to be the loudest. Everyone then settled down to watch the games, such as, basketball relay and a unique game of  “trashketball.” The seniors and their accomplishments were acknowledged, including the higher education they plan  to pursue, and the recognitions they received for their different passions. There was then a dance off between student volunte...

Spirit week: day 4 Cradle vs. Crane

Spirit week: day 4 Cradle vs. Crane

Zane Alexander, Sports Editor

May 10, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018, Features, News, School, Showcase

On May 10, students asked around and shopped for their perfect outfit for today. 9-10 graders wore baby outfits, while 11-12 graders dressed as the elderly. Many dressed in their grandparents outdated outfits, while others wore onesies to represent a baby. “I borrowed the grandma clothes from my neighbor, and did my makeup myself with a kit I bought from Party City,” senior Anitra Vance said.

Spirit week: day 3 where are you wednesday

Spirit week: day 3 where are you wednesday

May 9, 2018

     On May 9, Students raided their closets and stores to find the perfect gear for today. Some dressed in relatives military uniforms, others dressed in there hunting gear. Keep your eyes on the lookout, the students are hard to find. “I like how this is something different, it was really fun to put together,” senior Kaitlyn Kotelniski said.

Spring Cleaning

Anitra Vance, Staff Reporter

May 9, 2018

Filed under News, School, Showcase

This year our school outreach division, student assembly, came up with the idea to have a spring drive. The clothing drive is meant to give away new or barely used clothes to others. To put a smile on peoples’ faces who are less fortunate, can not afford to buy new clothes, or are homeless. It is a competition that will be taking place May 7-11 in front of the Makerspace or counseling office. They are planning on having all grade levels and staff at the high school donate clothes into the clothing boxes that were decorated by students and staff. The staff will have their own box too! The goal is the class that fills their box or boxes the most will win. The reward will be good old bragging rights! Mcrest is located in macomb county and became a part of this idea, because it is a progra...

Students, staff show patriotism for USA day

Students, staff show patriotism for USA day

May 8, 2018

Spirit week continues today with USA day. This theme is especially fitting as today Roseville residents are to vote on the Roseville Community School’s bond proposal. Many students and staff members showed their school spirit as they dressed up in their best red, white, and blue outfits.  Some people did not just dress in the American flag colors, but also some American symbols. Senior Katrina Archambault dressed as the Statue of Liberty. Some showed their spirit while wearing patriotic tutus, face jewelry, and even body paint. Many students enjoy spirit days and...

Spring into spirit week

sarah allen, Editor-in-Chief

May 4, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018, School, Showcase

  The end of the year is approaching fast and another pep assembly is on its way. The best way to kick off next week’s spring pep assembly on Friday, of course is spirit week, which will run from May 7, through May 11. Starting the week... Monday: Meme Monday where you will dress as your favorite meme Tuesday: USA Tuesday (where red, white, and blue) Wednesday: Where are you Wednesday? (Camo) Thursday: Cradle vs. Cane (9-10 graders, babies) and (11-12 graders, elderly) Friday: Class colors 9- white 10-black 11-red 12- ALL “I like how the themes are original and not something that has been repeated, the themes are also easy to do,” senior Kaitlyn Kotelniski said....

New Members Are Inducted at the NHS Induction

New Members Are Inducted at the NHS Induction

April 20, 2018

On April 19, Samantha Jordan and John Czech, the NHS sponsors, were ready to induct the new members of NHS for the 2018-2019 school year. This event happens every year, with old members congratulating the new members on their accomplishments they made. Samantha Averitt, president of NHS, Jacoby Dale, vice-president of NHS, and Christopher LaFeve, athletic director, made speeches at this event, acknowledging the students for their hard work and dedication to the school. Juniors Makayla Sumrall, Cody Quiroz, Joe Zerilli, and seniors Samantha Averitt and Madisyn Boussie had...

Journalism Day at Comerica Park

Journalism Day at Comerica Park

April 20, 2018

Thursday, April 19, RHS newspaper, yearbook, and news and broadcasting staff went to Comerica Park for journalism day. Amy Andrews of Fox 2 News hosted the event. Local students learned about several areas of journalism. Speakers provided their own personal testimony in education, experience, and career. Areas of speciality that were covered were, print media, photography, social media, and radio television sports journalism. Speakers that attended this event included, Max King, coordinator of athletic communication, Robin Buckson, photographer for the Detroit ...

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