The energy in the air was full of electricity and excitement from teachers, staff, kids and parents was palpable as Monte Vista welcomed back TK-2nd grade students to hybrid learning April 12. Monte Vista put on a fantastic celebration including balloons, bubbles, upbeat music and their very own mountain lion mascot! Instructional signs, many helpful staff and patient families made the morning check in process very smooth. Zane, a 1st grader, was happy to give a big high five before checking in.
Photo by Tracy Si
Councilmember Susan Hollingsworth Adams was quoted by Mayor Gerard Giudice as saying the council is more united on issues than divided. Banning fireworks and what to do about supporting non-profits selling them is an exception. At their April 13 regular meeting, the city council spent most of their time on these issues.
Sometimes city council meetings can be straight forward, to the point and don’t usually allow room for discussion. Tuesday’s meeting however, was a different story. With the recent investigation going on with Windsor Mayor Dominic Foppoli and some news about racist attacks against Asian Americans, community members really got the chance to share their opinions.