November 2, 2018

Schedule VI (extended homeroom)

Reminder to please check your locker signs for the time you
are donating blood. Med-Tech students WILL NOT get you.
Teachers, please allow students to leave

Today is our annual Blood Drive. Please report to the Axillary Gym at your assigned appointment.
Please bring your photo ID. Staff interested in donating may go to the head of the line!

Speech and Debate: There is an all team meeting for Speech and Debate on Monday, Nov. 5 at 2:35
in the study hall room E3-E4. We will be talking about the start of the competitive season!

Want to check off several items on the College Prep Challenge or the ACT Prep Challenge?Sign up for Northview’s ACT Prep Class brought to you by Mrs. Rhine, Mrs. Rauscher, Mr. Eckhart, and Mr.
Roth.
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 TWO sessions to choose from, both taking place before the December ACT test date.
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. View ACT form here

Do you want some easy volunteer hours? Donate your gently used shoes, and ask friends and relatives for shoes they can donate, to benefit both people in developing nations and the sophomore class! You can receive up to 6 volunteer hours. Stop by Mrs. Blue’s room for details.

Lost and Found: Please check the lost and found it is overflowing with clothes, shoes/boots, lunch boxes, water bottles, agenda and school books/papers, a pair of gold prescription eyeglasses, and more. The Lost and Found is located in Mrs. Bohland’s office. Please look before or after school and between classes. All left overs will be donated to Goodwill if not claimed by the day before our Thanksgiving break. Thank you!

Interact Members: Don’t forget to sign up for the Fall Leaf Raking Project for the Sylvania Senior Center on Nov. 10. Sign up on Google Classroom.

Any boys interested in trying out for boys basketball, tryouts begin TODAY!
Juniors and Seniors will tryout TODAY from 2:45-7:15 with a one hour break and TOMORROW from 12-2 in the main gym
Sophomores will tryout TODAY from 4:30-6:30 and TOMORROW from 11-2 in the Aux gym.
Freshmen will meet TODAY from 4:30-6:30, TOMORROW 9:30-11, and Nov. 5th 4:15-7:00 in the Aux gym

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November 1, 2018

Schedule I

Homeroom Leaders – Please check your school email for the lesson plan for tomorrow’s homeroom.

Tomorrow is the Blood Drive! Blood donation is a simple four-step process: registration, medical history and mini-physical, donation and refreshments. Don’t forget to eat iron-rich foods, such as meats, eggs, chicken, dark leafy vegetables, and beans. Also, start drinking lots of fluids the night before, get a good night’s rest and eat a big breakfast and lunch on drive day and keep drinking water!! Remember to bring a photo ID!

Speech and Debate: There is an all team meeting for Speech and Debate on Monday, Nov. 5 at 2:35 in the study hall room E3-E4. We will be talking about the start of the competitive season!
MSA: The Muslim Student Association will be holding an informational meeting after school TODAY in Mrs. Werner’s class, D-13.  All are welcome to stop by and enjoy snacks and learn about MSA. See you there!

 

Want to check off several items on the College Prep Challenge or the ACT Prep Challenge? Sign up for Northview’s ACT Prep Class brought to you by Mrs. Rhine, Mrs. Rauscher, Mr. Eckhart, and Mr. Roth.

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 TWO sessions to choose from, both taking place before the December ACT test date.

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.  View ACT form here

Do you want some easy volunteer hours? Donate your gently used shoes, and ask friends and relatives for shoes they can donate, to benefit both people in developing nations and the sophomore class! You can receive up to 6 volunteer hours. Stop by Mrs. Blue’s room for details.

Lost and Found: Please check the lost and found it is overflowing with clothes, shoes/boots, lunch boxes, water bottles, agenda and school books/papers, a pair of gold prescription eyeglasses, and more.  The Lost and Found is located in Mrs. Bohland’s office.  Please look before or after school and between classes.    All left overs will be donated to Goodwill if not claimed by the day before our Thanksgiving break.   Thank you!

Interact Members, Don’t forget to sign up for the Fall Leaf Raking Project for the Sylvania Senior Center on Nov. 10.  Sign up on Google Classroom.

Any boys interested in trying out for boys basketball, tryouts begin TOMORROW!

  • Juniors and Seniors will tryout Nov. 2nd  from 2:45-7:15 with a one hour break and Nov. 3rd from 12-2 in the main gym
  • Sophomores will tryout Nov. 2nd from 4:30-6:30 and Nov. 3rd from 11-2 in the Aux gym.
  • Freshmen will meet Nov. 2nd from 4:30-6:30, Nov. 3rd 9:30-11, and Nov. 5th 4:15-7:00 in the Aux gym

Good morning Cats, this is Mr. Swaggerty.  I remember sitting in classrooms, much like you are at this very minute.  I remember on occasion, a teacher would ask for a volunteer, and none of us would raise our hands with an answer, and the teacher would say to the class, “If no one volunteers, I am going to call on someone.”  We can all relate to situations like that.

Service in the United States military is very much like the scenario I just described.  Less than one half of one percent of our country’s population has volunteered to be actively enlisted.  Those American citizens, raised their hand so the rest of us can continue to carry on with our lives with no disruptions.  If voluntary enlistment numbers were not at a level that would protect our nation adequately, we would be compelled to serve through a draft.  No choice. Name drawn. You’re in. The difference between real life and my silly analogy is that the only consequence we face in class by being forced to speak up in front of our peers is a little embarrassment.  The 1.4 million active United States soldiers, serving all over the world on our behalf, are putting their lives in danger.

Each year, we tip our caps to Veterans on November 11th.  This year, we, as an entire school community, are going to tip our caps, figuratively speaking, to a handful of soldiers.  Tomorrow, during an extended Homeroom, we are going to write letters to a handful of people who raised their hand so that we did not, or will not have to.  Each of us, students, teachers, principals, and staff included, will write a letter, expressing our appreciation to someone, a son, a daughter, someone with family, friends, and dreams they put on hold so that we can continue to pursue our own back here at home.

So, my question to you today, 1 days away from our letter writing campaign: what are you thankful for?  What is it that you get to experience each day that would not be possible if no one had volunteered to take your spot on the front lines defending our way of life.  What future plans do you have that someone else’s sacrifice is making possible?

Think about it.  Bring a grateful heart and pencil to Homeroom tomorrow, and we will tip our caps to a handful of good people.

October 31, 2018

Schedule I

The Blood Drive is so soon, it’s spooky, it’s this Friday! Blood donation is a simple four-step process: registration, medical history and mini-physical, donation and refreshments. Don’t forget to eat iron-rich foods, start drinking lots of fluids the night before, get a good night’s rest and eat a big breakfast and lunch on drive day and keep drinking water!! Remember to bring a photo ID!

Want to check off several items on the College Prep Challenge or the ACT Prep Challenge? Sign up for Northview’s ACT Prep Class brought to you by Mrs. Rhine, Mrs. Rauscher, Mr. Eckhart, and Mr. Roth.

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 TWO sessions to choose from, both taking place before the December ACT test date.

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.  View ACT form here

QuizBowl: Your NV QuizCats scored their first victory Monday defeating the host Notre Dame Eagles a whopping 500 to 85! Northview was paced by team captain, Patrick Andres and with plenty of support of 2/3rds of the Burton triplets, Lucas and Zack and sophomore phenom Ben Gravelle. JV QuizCats also defeated Notre Dame, 185-170. Stop by G-5 after school on Monday, November 5 to watch the QuizCats host the Blue Devils of Springfield! Way to go Quiz Bowl!

Do you want some easy volunteer hours? Donate your gently used shoes, and ask friends and relatives for shoes they can donate, to benefit both people in developing nations and the sophomore class! You can receive up to 6 volunteer hours. Stop by Mrs. Blue’s room for details.

Congratulations to the Boys Soccer team for claiming their third consecutive District Championship with a 2-1 victory over Anthony Wayne.  The Wildcats advance to the Regional Semi-Final TODAY against St. Francis at Lake High School.  Kickoff is set for 7:00PM.

Lost and Found: Please check the lost and found it is overflowing with clothes, shoes/boots, lunch boxes, water bottles, agenda and school books/papers, a pair of gold prescription eyeglasses, and more.  The Lost and Found is located in Mrs. Bohland’s office.  Please look before or after school and between classes.    All left overs will be donated to Goodwill if not claimed a day before our Thanksgiving break.   Thank you

Interact Members, Don’t forget to sign up for the Fall Leaf Raking Project for the Sylvania Senior Center on Nov. 10.  Sign up on Google Classroom.

Any boys interested in trying out for boys basketball, tryouts begin Friday, November 2nd.

  • Juniors and Seniors will tryout Nov. 2nd  from 2:45-7:15 with a one hour break and Nov. 3rd from 12-2 in the main gym
  • Sophomores will tryout Nov. 2nd from 4:30-6:30 and Nov. 3rd from 11-2 in the Aux gym.
  • Freshmen will meet Nov. 2nd from 4:30-6:30, Nov. 3rd 9:30-11, and Nov. 5th 4:15-7:00 in the Aux gym

Up and coming College visits include:
Nov. 1- University of Findlay, Capital University
You must sign up in the Guidance Office to attend each college presentation and receive a pass to attend.
For a complete listing of when colleges will be visiting check http://www.sylvanianorthview.org under the Guidance tab or visit the Guidance Office.

Good morning Cats, this is Mr. Swaggerty.  I remember sitting in classrooms, much like you are at this very minute.  I remember on occasion, a teacher would ask for a volunteer, and none of us would raise our hands with an answer, and the teacher would say to the class, “If no one volunteers, I am going to call on someone.”  We can all relate to situations like that.

Service in the United States military is very much like the scenario I just described.  Less than one half of one percent of our country’s population has volunteered to be actively enlisted.  Those American citizens, raised their hand so the rest of us can continue to carry on with our lives with no disruptions.  If voluntary enlistment numbers were not at a level that would protect our nation adequately, we would be compelled to serve through a draft.  No choice. Name drawn. You’re in. The difference between real life and my silly analogy is that the only consequence we face in class by being forced to speak up in front of our peers is a little embarrassment.  The 1.4 million active United States soldiers, serving all over the world on our behalf, are putting their lives in danger.

Each year, we tip our caps to Veterans on November 11th.  This year, we, as an entire school community, are going to tip our caps, figuratively speaking, to a handful of soldiers.  This Friday, November 2nd, during an extended Homeroom, we are going to write letters to a handful of people who raised their hand so that we did not, or will not have to.  Each of us, students, teachers, principals, and staff included, will write a letter, expressing our appreciation to someone, a son, a daughter, someone with family, friends, and dreams they put on hold so that we can continue to pursue our own back here at home.

So, my question to you today, 2 days away from our letter writing campaign: what are you thankful for?  What is it that you get to experience each day that would not be possible if no one had volunteered to take your spot on the front lines defending our way of life.  What future plans do you have that someone else’s sacrifice is making possible?

Think about it.  Bring a grateful heart and pencil to Homeroom  Friday, and we will tip our caps to a handful of good people.

October 30, 2018

Schedule I

This Friday is our annual blood drive. One out of 10 people admitted into the hospital needs blood.  The Toledo area is currently experiencing a severe shortage of blood. You can be someone’s hero by donating blood.  Don’t forget to eat iron-rich foods including meats, eggs, chicken, dark leafy vegetables and beans. Start drinking lots of fluids the night before, get a good night’s rest and eat a big breakfast and lunch on drive day and keep drinking water!! Remember to bring a photo ID!

Want to check off several items on the College Prep Challenge or the ACT Prep Challenge? Sign up for Northview’s ACT Prep Class brought to you by Mrs. Rhine, Mrs. Rauscher, Mr. Eckhart, and Mr. Roth.

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 TWO sessions to choose from, both taking place before the December ACT test date.

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.  View ACT form here

QuizBowl: Your NV QuizCats scored their first victory yesterday defeating the host Notre Dame Eagles a whopping 500 to 85! Northview was paced by team captain, Patrick Andres and with plenty of support of 2/3rds of the Burton triplets, Lucas and Zack and sophomore phenom Ben Gravelle. JV QuizCats also defeated Notre Dame, 185-170. Stop by G-5 after school on Monday, November 5 to watch the QuizCats host the Blue Devils of Springfield! Way to go Quiz Bowl!

The Acts of Random Kindness Club will be selling “Halloween Grams”.  Consisting of a sucker and a fun Halloween themed message, they will be on sale during all lunch periods Monday and Tuesday.  We will be delivering them to lockers on Halloween for a little surprise. The cost is $0.50.  

Do you want some easy volunteer hours? Donate your gently used shoes, and ask friends and relatives for shoes they can donate, to benefit both people in developing nations and the sophomore class! You can receive up to 6 volunteer hours. Stop by Mrs. Blue’s room for details.

Congratulations to the Boys Soccer team for claiming their third consecutive District Championship with a 2-1 victory over Anthony Wayne.  The Wildcats advance to the Regional Semi-Final TOMORROW against St. Francis at Lake High School.  Kickoff is set for 7:00PM.

Lost and Found: Please check the lost and found it is overflowing with clothes, shoes/boots, lunch boxes, water bottles, agenda and school books/papers, a pair of gold prescription eyeglasses, and more.  The Lost and Found is located in Mrs. Bohland’s office.  Please look before or after school and between classes.    All left overs will be donated to Goodwill if not claimed a day before our Thanksgiving break.   Thank you

Interact Members, Don’t forget to sign up for the Fall Leaf Raking Project for the Sylvania Senior Center on Nov. 10.  Sign up on Google Classroom.

Any boys interested in trying out for boys basketball, tryouts begin Friday, November 2nd.

  • Juniors and Seniors will tryout Nov. 2nd  from 2:45-7:15 with a one hour break and Nov. 3rd from 12-2 in the main gym
  • Sophomores will tryout Nov. 2nd from 4:30-6:30 and Nov. 3rd from 11-2 in the Aux gym.
  • Freshmen will meet Nov. 2nd from 4:30-6:30, Nov. 3rd 9:30-11, and Nov. 5th 4:15-7:00 in the Aux gym

Up and coming College visits include:
Nov. 1- University of Findlay, Capital University
You must sign up in the Guidance Office to attend each college presentation and receive a pass to attend.
For a complete listing of when colleges will be visiting check http://www.sylvanianorthview.org under the Guidance tab or visit the Guidance Office.

 

Good morning Cats, this is Mr. Swaggerty.  I remember sitting in classrooms, much like you are at this very minute.  I remember on occasion, a teacher would ask for a volunteer, and none of us would raise our hands with an answer, and the teacher would say to the class, “If no one volunteers, I am going to call on someone.”  We can all relate to situations like that.

Service in the United States military is very much like the scenario I just described.  Less than one half of one percent of our country’s population has volunteered to be actively enlisted.  Those American citizens, raised their hand so the rest of us can continue to carry on with our lives with no disruptions.  If voluntary enlistment numbers were not at a level that would protect our nation adequately, we would be compelled to serve through a draft.  No choice. Name drawn. You’re in. The difference between real life and my silly analogy is that the only consequence we face in class by being forced to speak up in front of our peers is a little embarrassment.  The 1.4 million active United States soldiers, serving all over the world on our behalf, are putting their lives in danger.

Each year, we tip our caps to Veterans on November 11th.  This year, we, as an entire school community, are going to tip our caps, figuratively speaking, to a handful of soldiers.  Next Friday, November 2nd, during an extended Homeroom, we are going to write letters to a handful of people who raised their hand so that we did not, or will not have to.  Each of us, students, teachers, principals, and staff included, will write a letter, expressing our appreciation to someone, a son, a daughter, someone with family, friends, and dreams they put on hold so that we can continue to pursue our own back here at home.

So, my question to you today, 8 days away from our letter writing campaign: what are you thankful for?  What is it that you get to experience each day that would not be possible if no one had volunteered to take your spot on the front lines defending our way of life.  What future plans do you have that someone else’s sacrifice is making possible?

Think about it.  Bring a grateful heart and pencil to Homeroom next Friday, and we will tip our caps to a handful of good people.

October 29, 2018

 

Good morning Cats, this is Mr. Swaggerty.  I remember sitting in classrooms, much like you are at this very minute.  I remember on occasion, a teacher would ask for a volunteer, and none of us would raise our hands with an answer, and the teacher would say to the class, “If no one volunteers, I am going to call on someone.”  We can all relate to situations like that.

Service in the United States military is very much like the scenario I just described.  Less than one half of one percent of our country’s population has volunteered to be actively enlisted.  Those American citizens, raised their hand so the rest of us can continue to carry on with our lives with no disruptions.  If voluntary enlistment numbers were not at a level that would protect our nation adequately, we would be compelled to serve through a draft.  No choice. Name drawn. You’re in. The difference between real life and my silly analogy is that the only consequence we face in class by being forced to speak up in front of our peers is a little embarrassment.  The 1.4 million active United States soldiers, serving all over the world on our behalf, are putting their lives in danger.

Each year, we tip our caps to Veterans on November 11th.  This year, we, as an entire school community, are going to tip our caps, figuratively speaking, to a handful of soldiers.  Next Friday, November 2nd, during an extended Homeroom, we are going to write letters to a handful of people who raised their hand so that we did not, or will not have to.  Each of us, students, teachers, principals, and staff included, will write a letter, expressing our appreciation to someone, a son, a daughter, someone with family, friends, and dreams they put on hold so that we can continue to pursue our own back here at home.

So, my question to you today, 8 days away from our letter writing campaign: what are you thankful for?  What is it that you get to experience each day that would not be possible if no one had volunteered to take your spot on the front lines defending our way of life.  What future plans do you have that someone else’s sacrifice is making possible?

Think about it.  Bring a grateful heart and pencil to Homeroom next Friday, and we will tip our caps to a handful of good people.

 

The Acts of Random Kindness Club will be selling “Halloween Grams”.  Consisting of a sucker and a fun halloween themed message, they will be on sale during all lunch periods Monday and Tuesday.  We will be delivering them to lockers on Halloween for a little surprise. The cost is $0.50.  

 

Do you want some easy volunteer hours? Donate your gently used shoes, and ask friends and relatives for shoes they can donate, to benefit both people in developing nations and the sophomore class! You can receive up to 6 volunteer hours. Stop by Mrs. Blue’s room for details.

Are you interested in playing Ladykat Softball this spring?  There will be a meeting TODAY right after school in the cafeteria.  

Seniors applying to Ohio State should check their Classroom for an announcement posted concerning transcribing their coursework into the common application.

Interact Members, Don’t forget to sign up for the Fall Leaf Raking Project for the Sylvania Senior Center on Nov. 10.  Sign up on Google Classroom.

Any boys interested in trying out for boys basketball, tryouts begin Friday, November 2nd.

  • Juniors and Seniors will tryout Nov. 2nd  from 2:45-7:15 with a one hour break and Nov. 3rd from 12-2 in the main gym
  • Sophomores will tryout Nov. 2nd from 4:30-6:30 and Nov. 3rd from 11-2 in the Aux gym.
  • Freshmen will meet Nov. 2nd from 4:30-6:30, Nov. 3rd 9:30-11, and Nov. 5th 4:15-7:00 in the Aux gym

College Visits: Wondering which college to go to? Need more information before making a decision? The Guidance Office will have many colleges visiting Northview in the next few months to help you in your decision making.

Up and coming College visits include:

Nov. 1- University of Findlay, Capital University

You must sign up in the Guidance Office to attend each college presentation and receive a pass to attend.                                                                                                                                              

For a complete listing of when colleges will be visiting check   http://www.sylvanianorthview.org  under the Guidance tab or visit the Guidance Office.

October 26, 2018

Good morning Cats, this is Mr. Swaggerty. I remember sitting in classrooms, much like you are at this very minute. I remember on occasion, a teacher would ask for a volunteer, and none of us would raise our hands with an answer, and the teacher would say to the class, “If no one volunteers, I am going to call on someone.” We can all relate to situations like that.

Service in the United States military is very much like the scenario I just described. Less than one half of one percent of our country’s population has volunteered to be actively enlisted. Those American citizens, raised their hand so the rest of us can continue to carry on with our lives with no disruptions. If voluntary enlistment numbers were not at a level that would protect our nation adequately, we would be compelled to serve through a draft. No choice. Name drawn. You’re in. The difference between real life and my silly analogy is that the only consequence we face in class by being forced to speak up in front of our peers is a little embarrassment. The 1.4 million active United States soldiers, serving all over the world on our behalf, are putting their lives in danger.

Each year, we tip our caps to Veterans on November 11th. This year, we, as an entire school community, are going to tip our caps, figuratively speaking, to a handful of soldiers. Next Friday, November 2nd, during an extended Homeroom, we are going to write letters to a handful of people who raised their hand so that we did not, or will not have to. Each of us, students, teachers, principals, and staff included, will write a letter, expressing our appreciation to someone, a son, a daughter, someone with family, friends, and dreams they put on hold so that we can continue to pursue our own back here at home.

So, my question to you today, 8 days away from our letter writing campaign: what are you thankful for? What is it that you get to experience each day that would not be possible if no one had volunteered to take your spot on the front lines defending our way of life. What future plans do you have that someone else’s sacrifice is making possible?

Think about it. Bring a grateful heart and pencil to Homeroom next Friday, and we will tip our caps to a handful of good people.

 
Do you want some easy volunteer hours? Donate your gently used shoes, and ask friends and relatives for shoes they can donate, to benefit both people in developing nations and the sophomore class! You can receive up to 6 volunteer hours. Stop by Mrs. Blue’s room for details.

 
Any boys interested in trying out for boys basketball, tryouts begin Friday, November 2nd.
Juniors and Seniors will tryout from 2:45-5:15 and should meet in the main gym.
Freshmen and sophomores will tryout from 4:45-7:00 and should meet in the Aux gym.
Saturday, November 3rd, sophomores, juniors and seniors will have two tryouts beginning at 8am and ending at 1pm with a one hour break.
Freshmen will meet from 10am-11:30 on Saturday.

 
Are you interested in playing Ladykat Softball this spring? There will be a meeting on Monday, October 29th right after school in the cafeteria.

 
Seniors applying to Ohio State should check their Classroom for an announcement posted concerning transcribing their coursework into the common application.

 
Attention: For any girls interested in playing basketball this year, tryouts are TODAY and tomorrow. Friday tryouts are from 2:45-4:30. Check with Coach Sayre in B3 if you have any questions.

 

The Rumble in the Jungle. Tyson and Holyfield. Mayweather and Pacquiao. And now……. The boxing match of the decade. The Battle of Brint Road: Willie the Wildcat versus Carlos the Cougar. TONIGHT! Be there

 
Interact Members, Don’t forget to sign up for the Fall Leaf Raking Project for the Sylvania Senior Center on Nov. 10. Sign up on Google Classroom.

 
Hey Northview: Today is the last day for Northview vs. Southview Spirit Week at Chick-fil-A. Go to Chick-fil-A on Central Ave. before 5pm. Mention Northview before you order and the school that purchases the most food will receive $700 from Chick-fil- A. Can’t wait to see everyone there!!!

 

Do you love it when the Wildcats defeat the Cougars? Today is the last day to bring in donations of new children’s gloves and mittens for the Interact collection. We are in a contest with SV to see which school can collect the most. Let’s dig deep, fill the bins and provide for kids in need this winter!

 

AVOID THE WAIT AT THE GATE:
Purchase your tickets for tonight’s Northview/Southview football game in the Athletic Office or Main Office. Tickets will also be sold during lunch today. Since the game is at Cats Stadium, your Booster Season Passes WILL BE ACCEPTED. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students.
The Mercy Health Tailgate Party begins at 5:00 pm on the practice football field with the opening kick-off set for 7:00 pm.
SEE YOU AT THE GAME!

 
College Visits: Wondering which college to go to? Need more information before making a decision? The Guidance Office will have many colleges visiting Northview in the next few months to help you in your decision making.
Up and coming College visits include:
Oct. 29-Eastern Michigan University
Nov. 1- University of Findlay, Capital University
You must sign up in the Guidance Office to attend each college presentation and receive a pass to attend.
For a complete listing of when colleges will be visiting check http://www.sylvanianorthview.org under the Guidance tab or visit the Guidance Office.

October 25, 2018

Are you interested in playing Ladykat Softball this spring? There will be a meeting on Monday, October 29th right after school in the cafeteria.

 
Chess Club: We will be meeting TODAY after school in F-2. If you have any questions, see Doc!

Seniors applying to Ohio State should check their Classroom for an announcement posted concerning transcribing their coursework into the common application.

Congratulations to the Wildcat soccer team for defeating the Springfield Blue Devils Tuesday night 3-1 in the District Semi-Final. The Wildcats will face the Anthony Wayne Generals this Saturday in the District Final. Kick-off is set for 5:00pm at Findlay High School.

Congratulations to the Ladykat Volleyball team for defeating the Ashland Arrows Tuesday night in 5 sets. The LadyKats advance to the District Finals tonight night against Notre Dame. The match will start at 6:00pm at Napoleon High School.

Attention: For any girls interested in playing basketball this year, tryouts are THIS FRIDAY & SATURDAY. Friday tryouts are from 2:45-4:30. Check with Coach Sayre in B3 if you have any questions.

The Rumble in the Jungle. Tyson and Holyfield. Mayweather and Pacquiao. And now……. The boxing match of the decade. The Battle of Brint Road: Willie the Wildcat versus Carlos the Cougar. Friday, October 26th. Be there

Interact Members, Don’t forget to sign up for the Fall Leaf Raking Project for the Sylvania Senior Center on Nov. 10. Sign up on Google Classroom.

 
Hey Northview, this week is the Northview vs. Southview Spirit Week at Chick-fil-A. Go to Chick-fil-A on Central Ave.  Today from 6:30am-10pm and Friday 6:30am-5pm. Before you order, say Northview and the school that purchases the most food will receive $700 from Chick-fil- A. Can’t wait to see everyone there!!!

 
To hype up the rivalry game against the team down South, the spirit wear for tomorrow is:
• Gold Rush, a gold rush to crush the Cougars!
GO CATS!!

Do you love it when the Wildcats defeat the Cougars? Tomorrow is the last day to bring in donations of new children’s gloves and mittens for the Interact collection. We are in a contest with SV to see which school can collect the most. Let’s dig deep, fill the bins and provide for kids in need this winter!

AVOID THE WAIT AT THE GATE:
Purchase your tickets for this Friday’s Northview/Southview football game in the Athletic Office or Main Office all week. Tickets will also be sold during all lunch periods Wednesday through Friday. Since the game is at Cats Stadium, your Booster Season Passes WILL BE ACCEPTED. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students.
The Mercy Health Tailgate Party begins at 5:00 pm on the practice football field with the opening kick-off set for 7:00 pm.
SEE YOU AT THE GAME!

 
College Visits: Wondering which college to go to? Need more information before making a decision? The Guidance Office will have many colleges visiting Northview in the next few months to help you in your decision making.
Up and coming College visits include:
Oct. 29-Eastern Michigan University
Nov. 1- University of Findlay, Capital University
You must sign up in the Guidance Office to attend each college presentation and receive a pass to attend.
For a complete listing of when colleges will be visiting check http://www.sylvanianorthview.org under the Guidance tab or visit the Guidance Office.