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It’s back to school for some Roseville students

Teacher Eileen Gordon had to slow the children down and remind them to clean up after themselves once they were done eating their snacks. The kids were eager to move on - to first ...

Willing to go that extra mile together

Going the extra mile has become second nature for Rocklin alumnus and Roseville resident, Tim Tollefson, who recently overcame a staph infection to compete in his first U.S. Olympi ...

School bulletin: EUSD opens kindergarten registration

EUSD opens kindergarten registration Kindergarten registration begins Wednesday, Feb. 1 in the Eureka Union School District. Parents who have an incoming kindergarten student for ...

School bulletin: Dry Creek seeks attendance program sponsors

Kids can compete to light Christmas tree Young Californians can compete for a chance to participate in the U.S. Capitol Tree Lighting Ceremony in Washington D.C. this year. The re ...

School bulletin: Nursing student follows in parents' footsteps

Nursing student earns scholarship Roseville resident Jordan Burke is following in her parents’ footsteps with plans to become a nurse, and has received some help along the w ...

School bulletin: Free and reduced-price meals available

Speak French? Does your kid want to speak français? If yes, now she can by taking an after school language class through Education Francaise de Sacramento, or EFSAC. The n ...

School bulletin: Old DVDs can help your campus

Raley’s offers school grantsJust in time for the new academic year, Raley’s Family of Fine Stores is partnering with Unilever to provide $25,000 in grants to local scho ...

Shop for a good cause

Shopping at the mall can help support your local school. One school will receive $5,000 through the “Give Back to School” program launched in early August at Westfield Galleri ...

Tdap clinic offered for students

All students entering seventh through 12th grade must provide proof of immunization against whooping cough, also known as pertussis, for the 2011-12 school year. In light of Calif ...

Independence grad a wiz with the camera

Callien Holleran, or Callie as she’s called, spent spring break taking photographs. But it wasn’t just for fun. The budding entrepreneur is a professional photographer ...

Kids raise funds for playground equipment

Grace Corrigan waits until the first-graders settle down and then explains the rules of the obstacle course station she co-designed. “OK, so here’s what you do,” ...

Run/walk to benefit RCSD Foundation

Run4Roseville 5K run/walk to benefit the Roseville City School District Foundation takes place Sunday, June 5. The foundation raises money for teacher grants, technology, arts and ...

RJUHSD to present proposed 2011-12 budget

Although the Roseville Joint Union High School District is proposing to spend nearly $6 million that it doesn’t have during the upcoming school year, district administrators ...

Eureka District temporarily shelves school closure plan

The Eureka Union School District officially hit the pause button on a major reconfiguration plan approved last year that would have closed three schools and dramatically adjusted t ...

Good ideas, experience not always enough in election

Endorsements are a funny thing. If they are put together in a thoughtful way, they mean something. However, in this school board election, they might mean something else. This is ...