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Spirit Week Day 5: Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Spirit Week Day 5: Somewhere Over the Rainbow

October 6, 2017

Spirit week is coming to a close, but RHS is finishing this week strong. Friday’s theme was “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”, and students went all out with fun, colorful outfits. Rainbow was seen everywhere throughout the halls. Some students even dyed their socks and made their own shirts. So far juniors are in the lead for most participation. “I feel like this spirit day is a great way to show school spirit and brighten up the halls,” junior Jacob Nichols said. The grade with the most spirit will be announced tomorrow,  Oct. 7, during halftime of the homecoming ...

Spirit Week Day 4: Superhero vs. Villain

Spirit Week Day 4: Superhero vs. Villain

October 5, 2017

This week, students are showing phenomenal school spirit from everyone finding their brain on Monday, then continuing down the yellow brick road to come across Emerald City. We had to tell which “witch is which” on Wednesday, and today we fight evil in the city of Roseville.  People looked amazing, dressing up as classics like Superman and Wonderwoman. Others a little scarier with Freddy Krueger, and some took it to a whole new level dressing as Nemo and Darla from ‘Finding Nemo’. “It is cool and I really like it, because it is fun to dress up,” senior Ch...

Spirit week day 3: Which Witch is Which

Spirit week day 3: Which Witch is Which

October 4, 2017

                    It is the third day of spirit week and Roseville students could not help but take part in the event to show their spirit and pride for the school. Today's theme was twin/multiplicity day, when students dressed up in pairs and groups. Some students went simple with matching Roseville shirts, and others took it a step forward with twinning television shows and book characters. The irony was real when two biological twins dressed up together. The junior class went all out, with matching red bandanas, white t-shirts, black pants and black shoes. ...

RHS kicks off homecoming week

RHS kicks off homecoming week

October 3, 2017

Friday, Sep. 29, was the first pep rally to start Homecoming 2017. The event began with the marching band playing a range of songs and getting everyone on their feet to dance along. Next, the varsity cheer team performed, as did the dance team. Fall sports teams were presented and pumped up the crowd, and then the games began. With freshmen wearing white, sophomores wearing black, juniors wearing red, and seniors wearing all three, the four grades competed in games, including a favorite, ‘Box Car Race’. This game involved the smallest person in your grade and two strong...

Spirit week day 2: Emerald City

Spirit week day 2: Emerald City

October 3, 2017

Going into the the second day of spirit week, we have Emerald City day. All classes were assigned a color to wear. The color actually corresponds with the float that they made for the homecoming parade. Freshmen wore all black because their float is the haunted forest. Next, since sophomores made Dorothy’s dress, they had to wear all blue. Then, we had juniors who had to wear all green to represent the Emerald City float they constructed. Finally, seniors wore all  gold attire just because they chose that color. In addition, teachers can be seen around the building wea...

Spirit week day 1: Find your brain day

Spirit week day 1: Find your brain day

October 2, 2017

          We are kicking off the 2017 spirit week with Find Your Brain day. The students were expected to dress as the career they wanted to pursue in the future. Many people were excited to dress up, and go on with their day as their dream careers. “I think the theme was a good idea and it was cool to see everyone’s passions,” sophomore Nate Jay said.          There was a variety of costumes people wore such as, nurses, firefighters, construction workers, artists, teachers, ministers, and lawyers. It’s nice to see all the different passi...

LINK Crew kicks off school year with freshmen tailgate party

LINK Crew kicks off school year with freshmen tailgate party

September 19, 2017

      The newly formed LINK Crew threw a tailgate party right before the first home football game of the season, Friday, Sept. 15. The event was organized by the link leaders/teachers, Mike Zimmer and Bethany Allen, along with student LINK leaders.  The purpose was to get freshmen excited for the game and help show school spirit and feel more comfortable.  The event included fun games, snacks and music and gave the freshmen a chance to hang out with their friends and LINK leaders for a while and just have fun.       “It was a great experience not only for the freshmen,...

Did you know?

Did you know?

April 25, 2017

  There are an abundance of accomplishments and goals of 2017 at RHS. Here are some of the biggest highlights. The RHS symphonic choir has gotten straight ones at district solo and ensemble festival and choral festival and are now going to states. The varsity girls’ basketball team won the MAC silver/bronze tournament championship. The varsity boys’ basketball team advanced to regional finals. Alex Martin won homecoming queen and Anthony Robart won homecoming king. Marching Band earned a one at festival. Jon Grommons won RCS teacher of the year. Va...

Juniors take on the SAT

Juniors take on the SAT

March 30, 2017

  It is a big year for juniors. When you go into your junior year you have to take the SAT. The SAT is a standardized test that is used for college admissions in the U.S. and is owned by College Board. Before 2016, the SAT was not aligned with high school curriculum. In 2016, the test was adjusted to fit the curriculum the students learn through their high school years. The test measures the literacy and writing skills that are needed to be successful in college. Juniors have been preparing for this test ever since they stepped into the school as freshmen. “I...

Roseville starts hyping up for this week’s lip dub

Roseville starts hyping up for this week’s lip dub

March 30, 2017

      Get ready for an exciting day on Friday. The lip dub is a compilation of music you can jam out to with your friends. It is organized by the drama class and yearbook, and will take place tomorrow, Friday, March 31, before spring break. It will be filmed by RHS 2016 graduate Johnny Mitchell, during 5th and 6th hour with the extension of “travelling days” for certain clubs or groups, which are yet to be determined. The lip dub will have cool activities, such as the mannequin challenge, done by the student assembly and marching band marching in the gym.     ...

Environthon makes it to states

Roqaiah Odeh, Copy Editor

March 28, 2017

Filed under ET, News, School

  There have been many wins recently for our school. Our sports teams, auto shop and art students, and even clubs have all added some wins to their repertoire. On Friday, March 10, the Environthon Club competed with other schools on their knowledge of the environment. Environthon is a club that studies different things about the environment and how to help it. The club has four members: senior Joe Kovalchick, juniors Kyle Rumer and Philip Longueuil, and seventh grader Nolan Richendollar. The club meets every Tuesday in science teacher Melvin Richendollar’s room to study for the competition. The team has won in recent years, but have not made it to nationals. This year, the team won first place at regionals. They were driven to Kresge Environmental Center by Scott Palmer to tak...

RHS hosts 2017 talent show

RHS hosts 2017 talent show

March 24, 2017

Thursday, March 23 was the 2017 talent show. Hosted by seniors Alex Martin, Rickey Shackelford, and Brianna LeBlanc, this RHS variety show featuring student acts has been held every year for over the past decade.  In total, there were ten acts. The first act featured sophomore, Isaiah Rutherford singing “All Of Me” by John Legend while playing the piano. Next up was “How Far I’ll Go” from Disney’s Moana sung by junior Samantha Averitt. Then, showing off his guitar skills by playing “I Love Rock & Roll,” sophomore Alex Fauth played along on his bass...

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