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Roseburg High School (RHS) held its first annual Showcase and Premier Night in the spring as an opportunity for students to show off their passions and explore career aspirations and goals. The campus came alive with technology, career technology education, fine and performing arts, clubs and elective hands-on displays for students and parents.
The event also served as a welcoming, informational activity for incoming freshman and their parents. Knowing that extracurricular activities and student engagement are linked to student achievement, incoming freshman experienced and signed up for academic, artistic and vocational clubs. Over 80% of incoming freshmen and their parents attended and 40% of the full student body participated in some way.
The Showcase was just one of the events to foster pride and community at the school; RHS also created a school-wide lip dub video that included 98% of the student body representing a sport, club, activity or program. A major endeavor that required serious cooperation and team effort, over 1,600 students were involved in the six-minute, one-shot video. Check out the final product below.