Rosalind, daughter of the banished Duke, falls in love with Orlando the disinherited son of one of the Duke’s friends. When she is banished by her uncle, the usurping Duke Frederick, Rosalind and her cousin, Celia, flee the court with the jester, Touchstone, and Rosalind disguises herself as a man named Ganymede. They go to the Forest of Arden (where the banished Duke and his followers live in exile) and meet a host of characters who inhabit the forest. Themes about life and love, including aging, the natural world, and death are included in the play. By play’s end, love seems to conquer all as Ganymede once again becomes Rosalind and marries Orlando (as do 3 other couples) and is reunited with her father.
All shows start at 7pm in the Monarch Little Theatre.
Posted Oct 30, 2014, 11:49 AM by Valerie Vitkauskas
Students 12 to 19 are invited to get a free heart screening at Steele Canyon High School on Sunday, November 2. The screening is free, painless, quick - less than 30 minutes. Parents simply register at EPSaveALife.org to download a screening packet. If possible, please bring a self-addressed stamped enveloped in which a copy of your child's EKG will be mailed back to you to add to their medical records.
The screening is offered by the Eric Paredes Save A Life Foundation, which has screened nearly 14,000 teens for heart abnormalities that put 1 in 100 students at risk for Sudden Cardiac Arrest - the #2 killer of youth under 25, and the #1 cause of death among student athletes.
Posted Oct 26, 2014, 6:26 PM by Valerie Vitkauskas
Monte Vista is in the process of creating new Behavioral Expectations for our students and staff and we want YOU to be a part of the process. Please fill out this brief survey - we value your feedback.