education

RCSD Foundation ramping it up

Some might consider the Roseville City School District Foundation’s goal to raise 43 percent more money than last year lofty, but those volunteers working to make it happen f ...

Inside the world of virtual learning

As summer break whittled down for thousands of local children, one Roseville family didn’t bother going back-to-school shopping or carefully selecting their first-day-of-scho ...

Home school student earns national honor

Natalie and Loren Staley moved to Granite Bay in the late 1990s so their young son could benefit from the area’s stellar public school system. But, it turns out, Matthew Sta ...

Youth in View: Student's big goals

This month, I want to recognize a unique individual with a great dream of making a better life for people afflicted with neurological and physical disabilities. Anvita Mishra will ...

Roseville high school district anticipates lower enrollment in 2013-14

For the first time, Roseville Joint Union High School District will likely have fewer students enrolled in the upcoming school year than in the current year. The district projects ...

Roseville high school district to host budget workshop

The Roseville Union Joint High School District is hosting a public workshop on Tuesday, May 14, during which taxpayers will have the opportunity to provide input on how their schoo ...

School Bulletin: Granite Bay students make donation

Granite Bay students make donation Two Granite Bay High School students, Jamie Higgins and Danielle Scribner, planned their own junior prom when the school discontinued the event. ...

Granite Bay named among nation’s top high schools

Granite Bay High School has been named among the top public schools in the United States, in the 2013 rankings by U.S. News & World Report. Released April 23, the rankings fac ...

Bilingual Montessori preschool opens in Roseville

It didn’t take long for the empty campus on Baseline Road in Roseville to become occupied, following the relocation of the Merryhill Preschool formerly in that location. The ...

California chief justice speaks to local teens

As a student at McClatchy High School in Sacramento in the late 1970s, Tani Cantil-Sakauye never imagined she’d become the chief justice of the California Supreme Court, let ...

School Bulletin: Roseville kid wins state Spelling Bee

Roseville kid wins state Spelling Bee After 19 rounds of competition, Roseville fifth-grader Aditya Mishra was named the 2012 California State Spelling Bee Champion on April 21. A ...

John Adams Academy carves out niche in education

As soon as visitors enter a science classroom at John Adams Academy, the Roseville charter school shows one way it distinguishes itself from traditional public schools. All of the ...

Roseville students qualify for state Destination Imagination tourney

Four of the members of Junction Elementary School’s fourth-grade Destination Imagination team found the results of the regional tournament to be a welcome surprise. But not ...

School Bulletin: Tutor Time seeks volunteers

Tutor Time seeks volunteers The Assistance League of Placer County’s Tutor Time program advocates for student success and seeks more adult volunteers to help with this missi ...

Are students up for the ‘Challenge?”

Are these teens up for the challenge? Could these 80 freshmen learn how to know others from the inside out? The class was about to take a giant leap in that direction as part of & ...