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Teachers around campus test out the new 5 Star hall pass.

5-Star bathroom policies expand into classrooms

Sabine Kanz, Staff Writer
September 19, 2023

Remember the good old days, when you had to use the bathroom, all you had to do was sign your name on a sheet and grab a green hall pass? Now, whenever...

Teletherapys rise among therapy-goers  and providers can be linked to pandemic inaccessibilities. Yet, local providers note, traditional, in-person therapy is still the top choice for teens and their families.

Teletherapy vs. therapy: what do local teens want?

Sarah Yee, Co-Editor-in-Chief
September 12, 2023

Teletherapy is therapy but online. Teletherapy, and the larger branch of telemedicine it belongs to, aren’t new concepts.  Since 2015, research has...

IB Coordinator and English teacher, Bernadette Cranmer has her students write a reflection of an assignment or what the students have learned that day.

First merged CP and IB English class emerges

Rachel Guo, Co-Editor-in-Chief
September 11, 2023

 Granite Bay High School is one of the only schools in Roseville Joint Union High School District other than Oakmont to offer the International Baccalaureate...

Out with the old, in with new intervention schedule

Out with the old, in with new intervention schedule

Sabine Kanz, Staff Writer
September 1, 2023

For the fourth time in four years, the graduating class of 2024 has returned once again to a completely different schedule. The removal of Grizz time...

Students and community members gather outside of the RJUHSD office with posters and flags in a walkout.

Walkout prompts discussion about LGBTQ+ support

Elise Fisher, Rachel Guo, and Sarah Yee
April 17, 2023

On Mar. 31st, over 120 students, parents and community members called for support for LGBTQ+ students by gathering in protest outside of the Roseville...

Jeffrey Perrine (left) argues with another attendee at the Mar. 23 board meeting. Perrine livestreamed the board meeting to his YouTube channel.

From publication to Proud Boy arrest: Project Veritas video stirs community controversy

Gazette staff
March 27, 2023

Far-right activist group Project Veritas published a compromising video of Loomis Basin Congregational United Church pastor and Landing Spot founder Casey...

During his public comment, Perrine encouraged attendees to go to Tinnins residence. As attendees left the building Perrine thanked the superintendent and board president.

Board meeting adjourned following statements from Proud Boys member

Gazette Staff
March 23, 2023

After a member of the Proud Boys, Jeffrey Perrine, attempted to rally the crowd to return with him to the Landing Spot founder’s home, the Mar. 23 Roseville...

Iris Omega performs at the Landing Spots April drag show. Omega was the host for the show.

Local drag show canceled following community concerns and threats

Justin Ha, Co-editor-in-chief
March 13, 2023

A drag show hosted by the Landing Spot, a non-religious LGBTQ peer support group in connection to Loomis Basin Church, has been canceled after an outburst...

Mr. Braly/ Photo by Rachel Guo

Three OGs (Original Grizzlies) retiring after 27 years

Rachel Guo, Staff Writer
March 13, 2023

Scott Braly: Biology and Fish & Wildlife Scott Braly worked in the U.S. Forest Service as a whitewater rafting guide and later as an Alaskan Fishing...

At the GBHS Poetry Out Loud competition on Feb. 2, Rithika Bhat performs Truth is I would like to escape myself by Nour Al Ghraowi.

Students “verse” each other in local Poetry Out Loud competitions

Kate Rowberry, Voices Editor
March 7, 2023

In the hushed theater of Granite Bay High School, six students from GBHS and John Adams Academy (JAA) each stepped up to the microphone and delivered emphatic,...

GBHS library displays on indefinite pause

GBHS library displays on indefinite pause

Justin Ha, Co-editor-in-chief
February 17, 2023

Following a new decision from the District office, the Granite Bay High School library is indefinitely restricted from redecorating the library displays....

Students ticketed for parking violations by California Highway Patrol

Students ticketed for parking violations by California Highway Patrol

Elise Fisher, Co-editor-in-chief
February 16, 2023

Approximately 40 students have received parking tickets since Thursday, Feb. 9 for parking in either the fire lane or at the end of a lane in the main...

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