Best of SNO

#23
2018-2019
Distinguished Sites Rank for
Roseville High School
8
Published Stories for
Roseville High School
in 2018-2019
#14
2018-2019
Best of SNO Rank for
Roseville High School
Stories from Roseville High School
Turning away from suspension
News

CAM MEDRANO | November 12, 2018

In part one of a two part investigative report, Eye of the Tiger previews how the new model will enforce positive strategies to address behavioral concerns. In the next issue, part two will explore the…

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RHS pushes to eliminate wrong-way traffic
Features

JULIE NGUYEN | November 12, 2018

Roseville High School staff have started monitoring the Senior Lot after school to prevent students from using the enter lane to exit. Prior, students would often use both lanes to exit the lot in the…

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College exposure not reliant on high school
Showcase

BRAYDEN DOTOLI | November 9, 2018

Decades ago, exposure for college sports was primarily, if not entirely, based on high school performance. Today, with the expansion of club sports and college showcases, scouts are increasingly considering…

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Placer SPCA opens Roseville location
Features

JULIE NGUYEN | October 17, 2018

Animals have a way of hijacking the hearts of the masses — through phenomenons such as Corgi Con, “instafamous” pet accounts, or a simple house pet, many choose to call themselves animal-lovers….

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Transportation difficulties impede student arrival
Features

JULIE NGUYEN | October 17, 2018

Junior Kristen Mckibben rides her bike to school with her brother on a daily basis. Within a two year period, Mckibben has received two flat tires due to thorns and burs located near the bike racks.

Thus…

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Specialized staff positions difficult to fill
News

DANIELLE BENNETT | October 16, 2018

This year marks the first year photography will be a Career and Technical Education course, under the name Digital Photography. The district is currently working with new RHS photography teacher Steve…

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School start time bill may affect transportation and extra curriculars
News

JULIE NGUYEN | October 12, 2018

Proposed California State Senate Bill 328 would push school start times back later, and the bill currently depends only on Governor Jerry Brown for final jurisdiction. If he signs it, the bill will require…

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Student opportunity varies around district
News

CAM MEDRANO | October 9, 2018

This time last year, RJUHSD granted Oakmont High School sophomore Rachana Jonnalagadda an intra-district transfer from RHS to participate in the OHS IB program. District administrators handle intra-district…

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