RJUHSD March 2023 Superintendent Article
Ongoing athletic, extracurricular, and social events
Roseville, CA – Spring is in the air, and the excitement is palpable. With sports, extracurricular activities, and social events, it’s one of my favorite times of the year! I am very proud of our students and all the work they do this semester.
College Prep and CTE
I’d like to take this time to highlight the amazing college prep and career technical education (CTE) opportunities we have here at RJUHSD, which are essential to helping students prepare for a bright future in today’s world.
First, we are excited about the newly launched RJUHSD Roseville TrailsAn incredible new option that allows students to learn on their own terms. This is a “high school reimagined” and is great for individuals who prefer a non-traditional education with real-world applications.
Another opportunity for students to advance is through our dual enrollment programs in partnership with Sierra College. Through this program, students can attend college classes while they are in high school to get a head start on their college education.
Our Automotive Service Technician Program through Roseville Senior School It is also a great opportunity for a sought-after career path. The evening program is growing rapidly and we have been able to bring in a second coach to accommodate this growth. We encourage anyone interested to call 916-782-3952.
Outside of these programs, we remain committed to the education and safety of students on all campuses at all times. This month we confess National Tobacco Action Day On March 31st.
I encourage parents to take the time to talk about the use of tobacco and tobacco products with their children, especially as Big Tobacco gets smarter in its marketing and product delivery. If you ever need additional support, remember that RJUHSD offers a program to prevent tobacco use and we have experts ready to help.
We are approaching the start of the 2022-2023 academic year.
Let’s make it the best we can!
John Baker, RJUHSD Superintendent
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