Roseville High Schools Celebrate Homecoming Season

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It’s HoCo season!

ROSEVILLE, CA – Are you as excited for homecoming season as we are? Students radiate energy in most of what they do on campus. From the dress-up days, gatherings, and games, there is just something special about HoCo activities that brings back the special memories we made in high school. In this HoCo, I hope to see the kids participate and sit under the Friday night lights and enjoy the best years of their lives – so far.

Among the fun, we know that many students are faced with decisions about which colleges they apply to. The college application period has begun for seniors and our counseling staff and College and Career Centers Open and available for support. Set an alarm on your phone so you don’t forget to send in these requests by mid to late November and see your school advisor or college and job technician if you have any questions.


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With all the fun fall activities, safety remains high on our priority list. Here are some of the safety measures we are implementing this year:

● Students participated in evacuation, closure and shelter-in-place safety exercises so that they understand the importance of their role in emergency situations
● Each site conducts unannounced safety drills so that students and staff can practice their safety skills
● Teachers explain expectations and actions to take during an emergency
● Staff use Catapult, a system for reporting their location, individual safety and the safety of their students
● receive students and staff Catapult alerts On their mobile phones in case of lockdown or shelter in place

Remember to keep your safety training in mind as we’re enjoying the rest of the HoCo season. Thank you for helping keep our school communities engaged and safe, and don’t forget to have fun!

John Baker, RJUHSD Supervisor

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