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School bulletin: EUSD opens kindergarten registration

Council approves banners for Roseville High School Centennial Celebration
By: Sena Christian, The Press Tribune
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EUSD opens kindergarten registration

Kindergarten registration begins Wednesday, Feb. 1 in the Eureka Union School District. Parents who have an incoming kindergarten student for the 2012-13 school year may pick up a registration packet at Greenhills School, Maidu School and Oakhills School. Greenhills is located at 8200 Greenhills Way in Granite Bay, Maidu is located at 1950 Johnson Ranch Drive in Roseville and Oakhills is located at 9233 Twin Schools Road in Granite Bay. For more information, visit www.eurekausd.org/kindergartenreg.

Eureka Schools Foundation hosts art auction

The Eureka Schools Foundation will host its third annual Art Auction and Music Exhibition from 4:30-8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3, at Bayside Church, 8921 Sierra College Blvd in Granite Bay. Last year’s event raised $32,000. Art by students in the Eureka Union School District will be available by silent auction. There will be face painting, balloon animals, free arts and crafts demonstrations, raffle prizes and live music. Volunteers and sponsors are still needed. For more information, visit www.eurekaschoolsfoundation.org.

Academic Decathlon kids compete

Community members are invited to attend the “Super Quiz” portion of the 26th annual Placer County Academic Decathlon at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4, at Granite Bay High School, 1 Grizzly Way. Teams from Antelope, Granite Bay, Rocklin and Roseville high schools will compete, and this year’s theme is “The Age of Empire.”

Six events test students’ knowledge in economics, mathematics, language and literature, social science, music and fine arts. The culmination is the team “Super Quiz” competition. Placer County’s winning team will take part in the California Academic Decathlon.

Council approves banners

Roseville City Council approved $2,250 in funding for the Roseville High School Centenntial Celebration during the Jan. 18 council meeting. The money will pay for banners announcing the celebration to be placed along Vernon Street in downtown. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the city’s oldest school and the Roseville High School Alumni Association has several activites planned through September. The banners should begin going up in February.

Have news for the school bulletin? Email your campus news and events to reporter Sena Christian at senac@goldcountrymedia.com.