ARTS & ACTIVITIES
(NEW) MOCK TRIAL TEAM IS GOING TO STATE
Last night, Eastview’s Mock Trial team qualified for state at Ramsey County Courthouse. The below students will be competing at the state competition in Duluth next Thursday and Friday. The team is coached by Jeff Anderson, Scott Oxley and three volunteer attorney coaches Christina Hilleary, Ken Alwin and Michele Alwin. If the opportunity arises, please congratulate these individuals.
(NEW) NEXT SPANISH CLUB MEETING
Spanish club will meet in B326 on Tuesday, February 26th. We will learn about how carnival is celebrated in Puerto Rico and we’ll make carnival masks. Everyone is welcome.
(NEW) MARY POPPINS TECH CREW
Tech Crew for Mary Poppins will begin on Wednesday, February 27th from 2:30pm - 5:30pm.
(NEW) NEXT NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY MEETING
The National Art Honor Society will be having its next meeting on Wednesday, Feb 27 at 2:30 in Room B126!
MANDATORY MENS VOLLEYBALL CLUB MEETING
There is a required meeting for any boys interested in playing for the Mens Volleyball Club this spring. The meeting will be Wednesday, February 27 from 5-6 pm in room C250. Anyone planning on trying out or thinking about it should attend or have a parent attend. If you hope to play, but cannot make the meeting, talk to Coach Dehnel by the day of the meeting.
EVHS THEATER PRESENTS MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Looking for something to do this weekend? Winter Play tickets are available for sale on www.seatyourself.biz/evhs. Remaining performances are February 22nd and 23rd at 7:00pm. Adult tickets are $7.00 and senior citizen/student tickets are $5.00. All are general seating.
The winter play this year is Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare. The play is an adaptation set during revolutionary Mexico in 1910. Our version uses the original text but updates the setting and characters to add vigor and color to this classic play.
Claudio and Benedick return home from the first wave of the revolution in Mexico in 1914. Claudio has been pining for his love, Hero. While Benedick and Beatrice seem to hate each other, but under the surface each is in love with the other yet can’t admit it. Only the intrigue and dark heart of a villain can force Benedick to prove his love for Beatrice. Shakespeare’s classic tale of antagonistic romance and madcap humor explodes on to the stage with a fusion of Latin music, desert flowers and revolutionary politics in this bold version based on the 2017 London Globe Theater production.