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May 22, 2018

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December 20, 2017

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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...

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November 29, 2017

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Building awareness, embracing survivors during breast cancer awareness month

Building awareness, embracing survivors during breast cancer awareness month

October 26, 2017

In October, we celebrate Breast Cancer to bring more awareness of how important the disease is. According to www.Nationalbreastcancer.org on average of every two minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer and one will die of it every 13 minutes. Many people show support during the month of October to show their support of survivors and lost ones from the disease. The accounting clerk, Kelly Boss, is a breast cancer survivor. Diagnosed on Oct. 26, 2004, almost 13 years ago, Boss recalls herself doing her daily hygiene one day, feeling a lump on her underarm. She later...

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...

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. ...

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...

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