By Margaret Atwood
Now that I’m dead I know everything.
From beyond the grave, Penelope looks back on the events of The Odyssey, from her early childhood to her rivalry with Helen of Troy. Journey with Odysseus’ famed faithful wife and her loyal maids as they navigate love and betrayal, fighting for independence in a male-dominated world.
It’s not too early to start making plans for March Break 2019. Students have an opportunity to immerse themselves in the art, history and architecture of Italy during a 10-day Grand Tour of Italy. We will start off our trip in Venice exploring the Grand Canal, St. Mark’s Square as well as a gondola ride! We then move on to Florence to check out the Duomo, Ponte Vecchio and the leaning Tower of Pisa. In Assisi, we will visit the Basilica of St. Francis, while in the Sorrento region we will visit Pompeii! We finish off our tour in Rome visiting the Colosseum, Roman Forum, St. Peter’s Basilica, Sistine Chapel and so much more. This trip is open to students in all grades. EF Tours is offering a $300 discount to anyone who registers for the trip by January 31st as well as a 14-month payment plan. There will be a Parent Information Session on Thursday, January 11th at 7PM in the Library. For more information please feel free to email Bertan: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS VERY LIMITED PARKING AT ROSEDALE HEIGHTS. WE ENCOURAGE OUR VISITORS TO TAKE THE TTC OR PARK ON THE STREETS NORTH OF BLOOR STREET.
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Students have an opportunity to experience Spanish culture in all its forms during an 11-day trip to Spain this upcoming March Break. Students can admire the country’s bold and unique architecture, from the unfinished Sagrada Familia in Barcelona to the Alcazar in Seville. They can feel the emotive rhythms of the flamenco and enjoy a paella dinner in Valencia. In Madrid, the Royal Palace shows off Spain’s regal side, while the Prado features the country’s most celebrated artists. This trip is open to students in all grades.
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On Thursday October 19th, Rosedale’s Musical Theatre Program presents our annual revue. This year, it’s titled “Spring Forward Fall Back”.
The show is at 7pm, and acts as a fundraiser for our main stage show in April. Tickets are $10. Tickets go on sale starting Monday at lunch in the box office, or can be purchased at the door the night of the show. Hope to see you there!
Have you ever wondered if it truly takes 15 minutes to get from the dance studios to the geography rooms? Does your child’s English teacher actually talk like Hugh Grant? And how often do our math teachers really hold tests? Find the answers to these and other questions at our curriculum night on Thursday, September 28th, 2017, when you’ll have an opportunity to experience an abbreviated version of your son or daughter’s timetable. Here’s the agenda:
- 5:30–6:00 p.m. Timetables and schedules available
- 6:00 p.m. Auditorium “Assembly”
- 6:15 p.m. Dismissal to attend classes
- 6:30-8:30 p.m. Modified 2-day class schedule
In addition to our classroom teachers and administrators, there will also be a guidance counselor in the guidance office throughout the evening to discuss university entrance and other issues of concern to parents.
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