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R.E.S.T. reaches out to middle school students

R.E.S.T. reaches out to middle school students

April 1, 2019

At RHS, there is a club for almost anybody. From Book Club to Photography Club, it is not hard to find an after school activity to join. One club offered is R.E.S.T. (Roseville Engineering Science Technology) Club. Ran by science teachers Bob Smitka and Bethany Allen, this club allows students to design, build, and code their own robots. R.E.S.T. is split into three groups, U.R.O.V. (Underwater Remote Operated Vehicle, R.C. (Remote Controlled) Vehicle, and Autonomous. Every year, the club visits Roseville Middle School to show incoming freshmen what it is like to be in R.E.S....

National Honor Society welcomes new inductees

National Honor Society welcomes new inductees

March 29, 2019

Yesterday, Thursday March 28, the National Honor Society announced their new members for the 2019-2020 school year.  They started off by having current senior members clad in red robes go around to each classroom. Band members played the trumpet while others read a list of names for the new inductees. “It felt rewarding to be able to induct all the newbies. It felt like it was just yesterday I was sitting in class and my name was called, I’m forever grateful to have been apart of NHS,” senior and vice president of NHS Joe Zerilli said. After everyone gathere...

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...

A.P. Gov. students dominated Project Soapbox competition

A.P. Gov. students dominated Project Soapbox competition

Ariel Kerschenheiter, Copy Editor

March 19, 2019

Filed under 2018-2019, News, School

If you have any friends in Advanced Placement (A.P.) U.S. Government, you probably know that all the students were required to write a speech for Project Soapbox. Project Soapbox is an event put on by Mikva Challenge in order to get teenagers to speak out about issues they believe in. The competition starts off at the school level. All high schools and middle schools are allowed to participate, and judges from Mikva Challenge pick a few winners to compete in the next round. For RHS, the three winners were junior Flora Luo, junior Lily Kalcec, and senior Cody Quiroz. The tri...

Spring Student Athletes prepare with a Spring Sports Kickoff

Spring Student Athletes prepare with a Spring Sports Kickoff

March 19, 2019

On Mar. 19, 2019, RHS kicked off their spring sports season with an informational meeting for student athletes and their parents. Coaches of each sport (J.V. and varsity) had attended, introducing the players of each sport to the attendees. Each student athlete went through the goals that they wanted to achieve in the upcoming season. Christopher LaFeve, the athletic director for RHS, had gone through the rules and regulations of the season, touching on respect and being a good student first. He also mentioned the new fields being built during the spring season. Th...

Symphonic Choir gets a Division One rating at festival

Symphonic Choir gets a Division One rating at festival

March 15, 2019

Yesterday morning, our Symphonic Choir boarded a bus to participate in the MSVMA District Festival. The group performed two musical pieces, one in Latin called “Kyrie Eleison” by Mozart, and another called “The Pasture”, originally written by Robert Frost. The choir also had to sight read sheet music in front of a judge. After their performance, the group got to hear tips and advice from one of their professional judges. These clinics are meant to improve the performance of the group and provide constructive criticism. “I did not realize we got a one ...

Seniors get ready for their last trimester

Seniors get ready for their last trimester

March 7, 2019

Time is quickly passing by for the 2018-2019 school year. It is finally exam week which is going to wrap up second trimester and lead into third trimester. The last trimester of the year is packed full of events for seniors as it is there last few months before the end of their high school career. Some of those events that seniors should keep track of are May 10, the senior all night party, May 22, the last day of school, May 23, prom, and May 31, graduation. Seniors are starting to feel a little sentimental looking back on their memories of high school, but most ar...

Helpful studying tips to help you pass exams

Helpful studying tips to help you pass exams

March 4, 2019

It is the end of another trimester, which means it is time for exams. We all know studying can be stressful, especially with all of the pressure of final exams counting for 20% of your final grade. Fortunately, there are a few ways to stay on task and to keep you motivated. Here are a few studying tips to help you study quickly and efficiently. The first thing you should always do is pick a place and a time you want to study. Always pick a quiet place where there will not be any disturbances. While you are studying, try listening to classical music to relax your mind ...

Educating yourself on saving money as a high school student

Educating yourself on saving money as a high school student

February 28, 2019

High school is one of the early stages of young adulthood. They are entering that point in their life where their begin to want to start saving their money and begin welcoming financial aid and learning what to do with it. Teachers and counselors are always trying to give out helpful tips and help us students get the big picture of what it means to save. They often explain to us how much we can benefit by just saving a few dollars a month. Most upperclassmen here at Roseville have jobs if not all. There are even some who uphold two jobs. Everyone knows that Feb. ...

Girls basketball wins MAC Silver/Bronze Championship

Girls basketball wins MAC Silver/Bronze Championship

February 25, 2019

On Saturday, Feb. 23, the girls varsity basketball team competed at Grosse Pointe North High School against Warren Mott for the Macomb Area Conference (MAC) Silver/Bronze Championship title. After winning their past two MAC tournament games, the Lady Panthers were again able to take home the win, as well as the trophy, at the championship game with a final score of 32-29. The girls began their first round of the tournament on Feb. 14 at home against Clintondale. With a strong offense and overall effort from the players, they were able to secure the win with a final score ...

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...

Chanson and soloists come home with division one scores

Chanson and soloists come home with division one scores

January 24, 2019

On Jan. 18, our own symphonic choir traveled to Chippewa Valley to participate in the MSVMA 2019 district solo and ensemble. Ensembles from RHS included symphonic’s women’s group, Chanson, and men’s group, Cantando. Soloists included seniors Chelsea Bacci, Seth Foresi, and Cody Quiroz, junior Mircal Murray-Adams, and freshman Amelia Borys. Chanson, Bacci, Foresi, Murray-Adams, and Quiroz came home with division one ratings, which is the highest possible rating performers can get and will allow the performers to continue on to state solo and ensemble. Cantando and Borys cam...

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