School Bulletin: RJUHSD’s post-election savings
RJUHSD’s post-election savings
Roseville Joint Union High School District will save an estimated $4.85 million annually as a result of the passage of Proposition 30 on Nov. 6. The proposition eliminates the need for trigger cuts to public school districts. The failure of Proposition 38 has no fiscal impact on the district, according to Assistant Superintendent of Business Services Gary Stevens during the Nov. 13 school board meeting. The district will also be able to maintain a healthy reserve level and $6.5 million in unassigned reserves, he said.
“It’s such a better position for schools than what we might have been talking about tonight,” said board member Paige Stauss during the meeting.
RHS centennial yearbook for sale
As part of this year’s Centennial Celebration activities, the Roseville High School Alumni Association captured and preserved some of the rich history and traditions of the school in the form of a hardbound, 104-page yearbook. The book describes the journey of a school that started in an old Southern Pacific hotel building, the Golden Eagle Saloon and Lodging House on Vernon Street, to its current location on Tiger Way. Part of the historical narrative presented in the yearbook includes events in the city of Roseville, as well as on a national scale. The yearbook costs $40. To purchase a copy, visit www.rosevillehighalumni.org.
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