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Today is Thursday, March 05, 2015.  
 
 

This has been an exciting week in the district!


Congratulations go to Bobby Ritter of Roseville High and Erin Barth of Woodcreek for their selection as the District’s Teachers of the Year.  They will be competing for the County Teacher of the Year later this spring.  Bobby has turned the Roseville Newspaper/Media program into one of the top programs in the country, as well as coaching the school’s Academic Decathlon Team to their third straight county championship!  Erin is a stellar English teacher who leads the national honor society at Woodcreek.  She is also a power user of technology who is leading the charge at her school and in the district to accelerate learning through the use of digital tools.

 
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Antelope teacher Annie Clegg was recently honored as the California Project Lead the Way teacher of the year!  Annie had developed the Biotechnology pathway at Antelope and her program is renowned across the country.


PLTW Annie  

Left to right: Angela Anderson, Annie Clegg, and Kristen Williams



March Madness is in full bloom as the Woodcreek and Antelope boys basketball teams easily won their first round playoff games. Granite Bay upset Jesuit in a closely fought battle and is moving on as well.  The Antelope Girls team has advanced to the section semi-finals with wins on Tuesday and Thursday.  It is on to Sleep Train Arena!


Congratulations also go to the Roseville High Cheer Squad.  Last weekend, they traveled to Las Vegas for a national competition.  The team brought home the first place trophy for their division.  National Champs!

 
 RHS Cheer




Oakmont senior Alex Shibata will represent the U.S. this weekend as he heads to Washington with his fellow California/Nevada All-Stars to take on Japan in an international dual meet.  He has some of the top breast stroke times for his age group in the country. 


 



It is WASC season in the District.  The Western Association of Schools and Colleges accredits schools across the western United States.  Antelope had a one day mid- term visit last week and Adelante has a similar visit later in March.  Oakmont, Roseville and Independence have spent the past year compiling thorough self-study reports and will be receiving three day accreditation visits in March. 



Roseville High’s Peer Helper program has been shaping the culture of the campus for years.  This week, they put on a school-wide assembly on the Language of Love, and provided encouragement and support with other activities during the week.  Amazing program!


Ask yourself who may need your love?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfsFCvL6zCU