Rocklin schools

Rocklin household battery collection expands

The City of Rocklin in partnership with Recology Auburn Placer and the Rocklin Unified School District is expanding the household battery collection program. Recology, the city?s ...

Schools face bullying head on with prevention strategies

While some children may not be able to verbalize that they’ve been targeted by a bully, they know their feelings have been hurt or that they’re feeling uncomfortable. S ...

Nonprofit aims to help Rocklin schools financially

Students and teachers at Spring View Middle School now have a little less to compete over. With the installation of a second computer lab late last school year, more classes were a ...

Finding spring break fun for the kids isn’t tough

For most students, spring break means a welcome vacation from homework and class time. But for parents, it can mean scrambling to figure out where to send kids for the weeklong ti ...

Furlough days save jobs, programs

Why are the students of the Rocklin Unified School District out of school for the week of Feb. 15-19? This question could be easily answered, “It’s a furlough week.” But, in ...

Schools step up to help Haiti earthquake victims

Rocklin schools have stepped up to support victims of the Haiti quake. Rocklin Elementary School students’ weeklong drive totaled $1,810.52 donated to the Red Cross to go towar ...

Group raises funds for students

A group of Rocklin parents and community leaders has created a new local nonprofit organization to support programs that benefit students in the Rocklin Unified School District. T ...

Rocklin pair to face the best at national history competition

Two Rocklin teens will represent not only their county, but also the state in the National History Day finals. Megan Opfer, 14, and Madelyn Starr, 13, were chosen from hundreds t ...

Schools participate in poster contest

Students from Rocklin schools participated in this year’s annual American History Poster Contest sponsored by the Sons of the American Revolution. Every year, fifth-grade stude ...