Thursday April 26, 2018
Schedule IV (2 hour delay)
Bubble Soccer: has been postponed until Friday, May 18th. It will be included in the STUCO Block Party which is from 3-6pm. If you have already registered and would like a refund, please see Mrs. Blue.
Do you have nothing to do May 18th? Come join Student Council for a free block party with bounce houses, a boxing ring, snow cones, ice cream, and more!
Homeroom Leaders: Please check your school email for the lesson plan for tomorrow’s homeroom.
Seniors– Please check the list outside of the Main Office for those receiving the Presidential Award and the Academic Honors Diploma. If you believe you should be on the list and are not you may check with your counselor
After Prom Prizes Needed: The Northview After Prom Prize Committee still needs donations for the 2018 NV After Prom to be held May 5th. The After Prom is fully funded by Northview Senior Parents, their fundraising efforts and direct donations from area businesses and Northview families. We need your help to make this event a success! You don’t have to be a parent of a senior to help
Hi parents! We are still in need of volunteers for After-Prom! This is an event our seniors look forward to all year. Parents have been planning, fundraising and meeting every month to make this a great evening for our kids! If these spots don’t get filled, we will have to cancel the rentals, close things early, etc. With over 300 students attending after-prom we should be able to fill these spots! The kids will surely appreciate you!!
Link to help the night of After-Prom (May 5th): After-Prom Help
Thank you so much in advance for helping make this a night our kids will remember!!
Sincerely, Senior Activity Committees
A great big thank you goes out to everyone who has already volunteered at the Senior events with your time, talent, and your donations! It’s been a great year!
The Northview musician of the week is senior String Bassist and Vocalist Miranda Futrell. Miranda is a member of the Chamber Orchestra, A Capella Choir, Harmony Road Show, and Women’s Chorus. Involved in all aspects of our music program, Miranda has been a regular member of our Pit Orchestra and has participated in Jazz Band and our Electric Orchestra, North Covers. After graduation, Miranda will attend the University of Toledo to study music education. Miranda is the daughter of Mike and Sandy Futrell.
Need plans next Friday Night? Come out to Quarry Ridge, May 4th from 8-9PM and participate in the Mini-Masters minigolf tournament. The event is being put on by the Sophomore Leadership Academy and all the proceeds will go to Toledo Food for Thought to benefit those in poverty. Registration is $10 per person and includes food and drinks. Pick up forms in the office and register your team by the end of this week. Forms can be turned in to the office along with your payment
Attention Seniors! TODAY is the final day to purchase your bid for this year’s Prom, Be Our Guest, during all lunch periods. Check your email for more information, or see Ms. Davis or Mrs. Schloegl with any questions!
Seniors: Rent your tuxedo from Men’s Warehouse and Northview receives $5 for every rental, also, purchase your flowers from Hafner Florist and we receive 10% of the total sale.
If you received a LINK Leader Application, the dates for the May Information days should be THURSDAY May 17th, and FRIDAY May 18th. The days were incorrect on the application.
Attention Juniors: Everyone interested in participating in the painting of senior hall this summer is to attend a mandatory meeting on Thursday, May 10th in A4, the TLC. Again, all juniors who wish to help with senior hall painting, we will see you at 2:30 sharp on Thursday, May 10th in the TLC.
Are you interested in being a Class officer? Election information can be found in your school email. Be sure to read it over and meet the deadlines in order to run.
Student Council Sign ups are also in your school email. So if you want to spend a couple days at camp Storer with your friends and help plan the fun stuff around Northview – sign up today!
It’s that time of year again when the leaves on the trees come out, the grass begins to grow, the flowers begin to bloom, and the warm breeze of Spring sparks something in our souls…
OR, since that isn’t happening around here why not attend the Northview Student Art Show and ensure that your soul is filled with inspiration. Come out and see our amazing and enlightening body of student work from May 4th – May 9th in the Northview PAC, lobby, and stage. The show will highlight our graduating senior artists.
NV Class of 2018 Parents! Final Plea…Please email a baby photo and a senior portrait photo of your graduate to Sue Corron at firstname.lastname@example.org for the senior slide show by April 27th. Please include the first, middle and last name of your student. If you have any questions, please contact Sue Corron by phone or text at 419-345-5140
Lost and Found We have several lost treasures that need to be found by YOU! The lost treasures are prescription glasses, shoes, tennis shoes, gym clothes, shoe bags with swim items, clothes, coats, and other odds and ends.
Lost and Found is located in the Student Services/Mr. Monheim’s Office area.
Parking Information- 2018/19 School Year: Sophomores and Juniors with a license, that are interested in a parking pass for next school year, can pick up a parking registration form from Mr. Monheim. He will have these available in his office and during lunch periods. Once the registration is filled out and signed, students can return the completed form with a valid driver’s license and $30 cash or check made out to Northview High School. Students will also be able to purchase parking passes at the Welcome Wildcat days in early August.
Book Club is April 30th: This semester we are reading The Book Thief. Our meeting will be held during each of the lunch periods. All students are invited to join
This is a reminder for all students in the building: Using your cell phone to record pictures or videos of the preschool children, including through SnapChat, is STRICTLY PROHIBITED due to preschool regulations and privacy policies. If you have questions, please see the preschool director, Mr. Eickholt, in E-24.
Check out the Opportunities Board across from A2 for information on employment, college visits, scholarships and volunteer opportunities.