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Problem solving leads to head shaving

Rocklin Elementary teacher Skott Hutton is sporting a new do thanks to two of his students. Fifth-graders Brian Lee and Daniel Xiong each mastered more than 50 objectives in math. ...

Rocklin teacher Martha Stewart Show-bound for makeover

A Rocklin teacher will be recognized on a national level next week. Complete with a head to toe makeover and $1,500 for Granite Oaks Middle School, language arts teacher Shannon ...

Farren on board with sculpting history

Now that Gerry Farren has retired from teaching, he can finally start learning. Specifically, he’s read up on Rocklin and sculpting techniques to produce “On Time,” a railr ...

Journalism teacher honored in hall of fame

Last month, Rocklin High School teacher Casey Nichols entered the journalism department’s Secondary Education Services Hall of Fame for his excellence in journalism. He teaches ...

Sherrill enriches her students inside the classroom and out

Sometimes it takes great teachers to inspire soon-to-be teachers. That was the case for Wendy Sherrill, a social studies teacher at Granite Oaks Middle School in Rocklin. “I ...

Rocklin teacher heeds the call to teach

To be successful at any career, a certain amount of passion is needed. For Laura Gillette, a kindergarten/first-grade teacher at Cobblestone Elementary School in Rocklin, she kno ...

Rocklin High alumnus joins staff as social studies teacher

When Ryan Swarts was introduced at the opening assembly for Rocklin High School as the new social studies teacher, applause hailed from all sides of the gym. Already a familiar fa ...

Millions of words read means a shaved head

Rock Creek Elementary School fifth- and sixth-grade teacher Skott Hutton now has his famous Mohawk haircut courtesy of his students. “How does it look? Is it even?” said Hutt ...

Emotional ceremony draws school together for Lisa Escott

In front of the kindergarten classrooms at Ruhkala Elementary School, a pink crape myrtle will grow in honor of Lisa Escott, a teacher who recently lost her battle to breast cancer ...

Everything is going to be all right

I am writing to reassure people that everything is going to be all right. I am a teacher in Roseville, so I get to work with the future everyday. And that's why I know that every ...