This week, we are celebrating National School Counseling Week. In honor of this week, we will have a daily Northview School Counselor Spotlight, and we will highlight fun facts about each School Counselor.
Today’s School Counselor Spotlight is: Ms. Melanie Rogers
Ms. Rogers attended Ohio Northern University, BGSU, and the University of Toledo, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences, a Master of Education in Career and Technology Education, and a Master of Education in School Counseling.
Ms. Roger’s doesn’t have a favorite food, but loves sushi
Her favorite color is purple
Ms. Roger’s favorite book is “The Grapes of Wrath”
Her favorite sport is basketball
Ms. Roger’s favorite work of art is anything and everything her kids have created
And Ms. Roger’s favorite song is Big Daddy Weave “Redeemed”
If you have an opportunity this week, stop by and thank your counselor for all the hard work they do!
Northview’s winter dance Turnabout is this Saturday! You don’t want to miss it! It is from 8-11pm in the main gym. Bids are on sale this week $15 per person.
Please pick up and fill out a guest form for guests from other schools.
You cannot purchase their ticket without the form.
This week is spirit week: The theme for tomorrow is Woody’s Roundup
Project Unify: We will be competing in our first ever project unify basketball tournament this weekend in Dundee, Michigan. This is an exciting opportunity to meet and play with other schools who have unified teams but we need enough players to participate. If you are interested in helping please see Miss Minard in D8 or send her an email to email@example.com. We need you!
All World Language Students: It’s time to celebrate Valentine’s Day during our club’s second event of the year. Join us during your lunch period February 11th-14th!
Speech and Debate: Congratulations to our Speech and Debate team for an impressive showing at State Qualifiers this last weekend! 6 competitors placed in their categories, advancing on to the State Finals in March. Congratulations to Maiya Black, Jeremiah Luke, Ayah Mansour, and Michael Spinelli for Sweeping Lincoln Douglas debate. Also qualifying in speech, Cecile Schreidah took first in Original Oratory and Dakota Cecil qualified in Informative speaking. These competitors will be joining our Congress qualifiers in representing NV. Great job Speech and Debate!
This is an important message for all students, Please check your school email accounts. You were sent an email with important information regarding your Chromebook and its usage and care. You are responsible for the information in the email.
Attention Speech and Debate: Anyone hoping to compete at the National Qualifier event in 2 weeks must attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, Feb 6 in Room F7 immediately after school.
Any student interested in being a Lifeguard see Ms. Huey in room E-6 for information on the next class. Hurry, the class fills up fast.
Attention all students: Are you interested in giving back to your community? Come to an informational meeting on Thursday, February 7th at 2:30 pm in B2 to learn about a volunteer opportunity with Food For Thought (a non-profit organization located in Downtown Toledo). Contact Maya Huffman with any questions!
Lost and Found: Lost and Found has many lost items that need to be found by YOU! The lost items include prescription glasses, gym clothes, shoe bags, swimming trunks, pencil bags/boxes, clothes, coat, and other odds and ends. Items not claimed will be donated to Goodwill in two weeks. Lost and Found is located in the Student Services/Mrs. Bohland’s Office area.
Attention All Students: The Northview Choral Department is looking for quality singers to add to the A Cappella Choir, Symphonic Choir, and Women’s Chorus for the 2019-20 school year. Membership will include performance opportunities here at Northview, a chance to compete at the district and state level, and participation in our Spring tours to New York City. Auditions are January 28th-February 7th. Harmony Roadshow auditions will take place the evening of February 6th. Any student interested and not currently enrolled in choir should talk to a current member or Mr. Davis for more information.
Attention all students: are you interested in giving back to your community? Come to an informational meeting on Thursday, February 7th at 2:30 pm in B2 to learn about a volunteer opportunity with Food For Thought (a non-profit organization located in Downtown Toledo). Contact Maya Huffman with any questions!
Reminder to all students– Do not open an exterior door for anyone. If it is after 7:35 am, students should enter the building at the front door. This is part of our school safety plan
Want to check off several items on the College Prep Challenge or the ACT Prep Challenge?
Sign up for Northview’s ACT Prep Class . The class is FREE and you will receive a copy of The REAL ACT prep book. The only catch is you have to have perfect attendance, otherwise $35 will be charged to your student account. There are a limited number of spots available, so get your order form and sign up now with Mrs. Ragland in the Main Office. The classes are first come first serve, with priority given to Seniors and Juniors.
For more information or any questions see Mrs. Rhine in room G7
Musician of the Week: The Northview musician of the week is senior violinist Hannah Dorris. Hannah plays violin in the Chamber Orchestra and viola in the Concert Orchestra. She has represented Northview at OMEA Regional and District Orchestra, is a member of the University of Toledo Symphony Orchestra, and has been a member of the Toledo Symphony Youth Orchestra and the Greater Toledo Youth Orchestra. Hannah has been a member of the Pit Orchestra, is a member of North Covers, and performs regularly at Solo and Ensemble. In addition to her musical activities, Hannah is a member of Science Olympiad and National Honor Society. After graduation, Hannah will attend college to study Biochemistry. A private student of Penny Kruse, Hannah is the daughter of Kristy and Brian Dorris