Announcements 5/16/18

 

Announcements

Wednesday May 16, 2018

Special Schedule (Class Olympics)

 

Attention Seniors! If you ordered your cap & gown from Jostens and did NOT pick it up during the Senior Luncheon, see Ms. Davis in B2 TODAY!

 

Attention Seniors! The Senior Assembly & Graduation seating chart are posted outside of the main office and cafeteria. Please locate your Row Letter, Seat Number, AND Bus Number on the postings, as well as important times and dates needed for Senior Assembly, Graduation Practice, and your actual graduation ceremony. See Ms. Davis in B2 with any questions.

 

Link Leaders:  Any student who returned an application to be a LINK leader, you MUST attend a meeting EITHER Thursday May 17th at 2:30 in E3/4 OR Friday May 18th at 7:15 am in GUIDANCE.

 

Panera:  Class government will be having a fundraiser at Panera on Central Ave. this Saturday from 4-8pm.  Come out and support as this is a fundraiser for next years prom!

 

Musician of The Week: Senior, Musab Ozbakir, is the Northview High School Musician of the Week. Musab has been a member of the Northview Band Program all four years of high school.  Musab has been a tremendous asset to the band program throughout his time at Northview.  This year, Musab is principal bassoonist of our top band, Wind Ensemble.  During his time at Northview, Musab has been a member of the Northview Marching Band, Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Pit Orchestra, and has performed in numerous collegiate and OMEA honors groups and festivals throughout the region.  Musab studies applied bassoon with Pam Kazmiercsak.  Musab is the son of Nazim & Figen Ozbakir.

 

After-Prom Photo Booth: Here is the link to the photos from the After-Prom Photo Booth

 

Attention boys interested in running Cross Country next fall, there will be an informational meeting Thursday, May 24th at 6:00 in the Media Center.

 

Lost and Found: All After Prom t-shirts and jewelry that were found at the After Prom can be picked-up in the main office.

 

Seniors:  When fines/fees are being paid please note that no personal checks will be accepted after Friday, May 18, 2018.  You will need to pay with a money order or cash in the exact amount.

 

City BBQ: Are you feeling hungry after Class Olympics? Come and support Sophomore Class Govt. at City BBQ on Central Avenue!  Come anytime TODAY between 10:30am-10:00pm. 25% of the proceeds go back to the sophomore class! Make sure to bring a paper or online flyer because they must be presented and scanned to benefit the sophomores!

 

Austin’s BookClub: From now until May 18, students in Educators Rising and FCCLA are helping raise money and children’s picture books for Austin’s Book Club.  Book donation bins are located in the Main Office and in the Preschool in E-24. You can also donate money and books online at austinsbookclub.org/

 

News from the Cafeteria:
SENIORS
:, You may no longer charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home
9th-11th Graders:  As of May 21st, you may not charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home

 

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!

 

Bubble Soccer 2.0: May 18th from 3-6pm at Northview as part of the STUCO Block Party.  The new price is $5 and the first 100 people to sign up get a free t-shirt!  Come on down to E22 to sign up with 5 of your friends!

 

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!

 

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.

 

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.

 

 

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Announcements

Tuesday May 15, 2018

Schedule IV (Late Start)

 

Attention Seniors! If you ordered your cap & gown from Jostens and did NOT pick it up during the Senior Luncheon, see Ms. Davis in B2 TODAY!

 

Attention Seniors! The Senior Assembly & Graduation seating chart are posted outside of the main office and cafeteria. Please locate your Row Letter, Seat Number, AND Bus Number on the postings, as well as important times and dates needed for Senior Assembly, Graduation Practice, and your actual graduation ceremony. See Ms. Davis in B2 with any questions.

 

Panera:  Class government will be having a fundraiser at Panera on Central Ave. this Saturday from 4-8pm.  Come out and support as this is a fundraiser for next years prom!

 

Musician of The Week: Senior, Musab Ozbakir, is the Northview High School Musician of the Week. Musab has been a member of the Northview Band Program all four years of high school.  Musab has been a tremendous asset to the band program throughout his time at Northview.  This year, Musab is principal bassoonist of our top band, Wind Ensemble.  During his time at Northview, Musab has been a member of the Northview Marching Band, Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Pit Orchestra, and has performed in numerous collegiate and OMEA honors groups and festivals throughout the region.  Musab studies applied bassoon with Pam Kazmiercsak. Musab is the son of Nazim & Figen Ozbakir.

 

After-Prom Photo Booth: Here is the link to the photos from the After-Prom Photo Booth

 

Class Olympics – Wildcats, please check your school email to see the most recent information for your Class Olympics event. Tomorrow, wear your spirit colors! Freshmen – Grey, Sophomores – White, Juniors – Black, Seniors – Gold     The most spirited class will earn points toward the trophy! Have fun and good luck!

 

Lost and Found: All After Prom t-shirts and jewelry that were found at the After Prom can be picked-up in the main office.

 

Seniors:  When fines/fees are being paid please note that no personal checks will be accepted after Friday, May 18, 2018.  You will need to pay with a money order or cash in the exact amount.

 

Pasta Eating Competition: Can you eat a lot of pasta at once? Wanna compete against all of the best eaters at Northview?  The Sophomore Class Government is putting on a pasta eating competition TODAY!  Wanna watch but don’t feel like stuffing down pasta? Bring $1 to the door after school to watch!  The winner gets a prize!

 

City BBQ: Are you feeling hungry after Class Olympics? Come and support Sophomore Class Govt. at City BBQ on Central Avenue!  Come anytime TOMORROW between 10:30am-10:00pm and 25% of the proceeds go back to the sophomore class! Make sure to bring a paper or online flyer because they must be presented and scanned to benefit the sophomores!

 

Austin’s BookClub: From now until May 18, students in Educators Rising and FCCLA are helping raise money and children’s picture books for Austin’s Book Club.  Book donation bins are located in the Main Office and in the Preschool in E-24. You can also donate money and books online at austinsbookclub.org/

 

News from the Cafeteria:
SENIORS
:, You may no longer charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home
9th-11th Graders:  As of May 21st, you may not charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home

 

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!

 

Bubble Soccer 2.0: May 18th from 3-6pm at Northview as part of the STUCO Block Party.  The new price is $5 and the first 100 people to sign up get a free t-shirt!  Come on down to E22 to sign up with 5 of your friends!

 

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!

 

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.

 

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.

 

 

Announcements 5/14/18

 

Announcements

Monday May 14, 2018

Schedule I

 

 

Congratulations to Northview Engineering as they competed in Rockets4Schools in Sheboygan Wisconsin this past weekend.  Juniors launched level 2 rockets for the first time, and seniors continued to launch level 2 rockets which were 8 ½  feet tall and went 3000 feet while conducting their own scientific payloads. The junior team, Dark Matter, consisting of Cole Hopson, Emma Johns, Paxton Murra, Cooper Losey, and Kodi Schira finished 3rd place which qualifies Northview Engineering for NASA Student Launch.

 

Lost and Found: All After Prom t-shirts and jewelry that were found at the After Prom can be picked-up in the main office.

 

Seniors:  When fines/fees are being paid please note that no personal checks will be accepted after Friday, May 18, 2018.  You will need to pay with a money order or cash in the exact amount.

 

The Northview musician of the week is senior violist Gabriel Weston. Gabriel is a member of the Chamber Orchestra and is sound crew chief for Northview’s Electric Orchestra, North Covers. The Electric Orchestra could not perform without him. Here at Northview Gabriel is a member of the National Honor Society. He is very involved in our Theatre Department where he has been on the Tech Crew for every production of the past four years. He is also involved in Kempo Martial Arts and is a second-degree black belt. After graduation, Gabriel plans to attend an undecided college to major in computer software engineering. Gabriel is the son of David and Gretchen Weston.

 

Pasta Eating Competition: Can you eat a lot of pasta at once? Wanna compete against all of the best eaters at Northview? On Tuesday May 15th, the Sophomore Class Government is putting on a pasta eating competition!  It’s $5 to compete, and you must sign up during lunches by Monday, May 14th.  Wanna watch but don’t feel like stuffing down pasta? Bring $1 to the door May 15th after school to watch!  The winner gets a prize!

 

City BBQ: Are you feeling hungry after Class Olympics? Come and support Sophomore Class Govt. at City BBQ on Central Avenue!  Come anytime May 16th between 10:30am-10:00pm and 25% of the proceeds go back to the sophomore class! Make sure to bring a paper or online flyer because they must be presented and scanned to benefit the sophomores!

 

Austin’s BookClub: From now until May 18, students in Educators Rising and FCCLA are helping raise money and children’s picture books for Austin’s Book Club.  Book donation bins are located in the Main Office and in the Preschool in E-24. You can also donate money and books online at austinsbookclub.org/

 

Class Olympics – Round 2 of sign-ups for Class Olympics is now open! This year you can sign up with a friend or individually. Reserve your spot soon at tinyurl.com/NVSignUp18

 

News from the Cafeteria:
SENIORS
:, You may no longer charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home
9th-11th Graders:  As of May 21st, you may not charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home

 

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!

 

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

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!

 

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.

 

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.

Announcements 5/11/18

Announcements

Friday May 11, 2018

Schedule III (Homeroom)

 

Want to have some fun with some First through 5th grade students? We need volunteers to help out with our FIRST Lego League Jr Expo this Saturday morning @ Northview from 8:30 am. to noon.  Please contact Mrs. Burnworth in Guidance for more information.

 

 

Lost and Found: All After Prom t-shirts and jewelry that were found at the After Prom can be picked-up in the main office.

 

Seniors:  When fines/fees are being paid please note that no personal checks will be accepted after Friday, May 18, 2018.  You will need to pay with a money order or cash in the exact amount.

 

The Northview musician of the week is senior violist Gabriel Weston. Gabriel is a member of the Chamber Orchestra and is sound crew chief for Northview’s Electric Orchestra, North Covers. The Electric Orchestra could not perform without him. Here at Northview Gabriel is a member of the National Honor Society. He is very involved in our Theatre Department where he has been on the Tech Crew for every production of the past four years. He is also involved in Kempo Martial Arts and is a second-degree black belt. After graduation, Gabriel plans to attend an undecided college to major in computer software engineering. Gabriel is the son of David and Gretchen Weston.

 

Attention Wildcats! Class Government will be having a car wash TOMORROW from 10am-2pm at Smitty’s.  Come get your car washed and support class govt. as we raise money for next years prom!

 

Pasta Eating Competition: Can you eat a lot of pasta at once? Wanna compete against all of the best eaters at Northview? On Tuesday May 15th, the Sophomore Class Government is putting on a pasta eating competition!  It’s $5 to compete, and you must sign up during lunches by Monday, May 14th.  Wanna watch but don’t feel like stuffing down pasta? Bring $1 to the door May 15th after school to watch!  The winner gets a prize!

 

City BBQ: Are you feeling hungry after Class Olympics? Come and support Sophomore Class Govt. at City BBQ on Central Avenue!  Come anytime May 16th between 10:30am-10:00pm and 25% of the proceeds go back to the sophomore class! Make sure to bring a paper or online flyer because they must be presented and scanned to benefit the sophomores!

 

 

Austin’s BookClub: From now until May 18, students in Educators Rising and FCCLA are helping raise money and children’s picture books for Austin’s Book Club.  Book donation bins are located in the Main Office and in the Preschool in E-24. You can also donate money and books online at austinsbookclub.org/

 

Volunteers Needed: We are in need of volunteers to run activities and face painting at the Maplewood Carnival TONIGHT.

If interested in volunteering, please see Mrs. Chiapetta in E9 or use the link in the announcements email to sign up.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090f45ada72ca4f49-carnival

 

Class Olympics – Round 2 of sign-ups for Class Olympics is now open! This year you can sign up with a friend or individually. Reserve your spot soon at tinyurl.com/NVSignUp18

 

News from the Cafeteria:
SENIORS
:, You may no longer charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home
9th-11th Graders:  As of May 21st, you may not charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home

 

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!

 

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

 

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!

 

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.

 

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.

 

 

Announcements 5/10/18

 

 

Announcements

Thursday May 10, 2018

Schedule I

 

Want to have some fun with some First through 5th grade students? We need volunteers to help out with our FIRST Lego League Jr Expo this Saturday morning @ Northview from 8:30 am. to noon.  Please contact Mrs. Burnworth in Guidance for more information.

Attention Juniors: Everyone interested in participating in the painting of senior hall this summer is to attend a mandatory meeting TODAY in A4, the TLC.  Again, all juniors who wish to help with senior hall painting, we will see you at 2:30 sharp TODAY in the TLC.

 

Lost and Found: All After Prom t-shirts and jewelry that were found at the After Prom can be picked-up in the main office.

 

Seniors:  When fines/fees are being paid please note that no personal checks will be accepted after Friday, May 18, 2018.  You will need to pay with a money order or cash in the exact amount.

 

The Northview musician of the week is senior violist Gabriel Weston. Gabriel is a member of the Chamber Orchestra and is sound crew chief for Northview’s Electric Orchestra, North Covers. The Electric Orchestra could not perform without him. Here at Northview Gabriel is a member of the National Honor Society. He is very involved in our Theatre Department where he has been on the Tech Crew for every production of the past four years. He is also involved in Kempo Martial Arts and is a second-degree black belt. After graduation, Gabriel plans to attend an undecided college to major in computer software engineering. Gabriel is the son of David and Gretchen Weston.

 

Attention Wildcats! Class Government will be having a car wash this Saturday from 10am-2pm at Smitty’s.  Come get your car washed and support class govt. as we raise money for next years prom!

 

Pasta Eating Competition: Can you eat a lot of pasta at once? Wanna compete against all of the best eaters at Northview? On Tuesday May 15th, the Sophomore Class Government is putting on a pasta eating competition!  It’s $5 to compete, and you must sign up during lunches by Monday, May 14th.  Wanna watch but don’t feel like stuffing down pasta? Bring $1 to the door May 15th after school to watch!  The winner gets a prize!

 

City BBQ: Are you feeling hungry after Class Olympics? Come and support Sophomore Class Govt. at City BBQ on Central Avenue!  Come anytime May 16th between 10:30am-10:00pm and 25% of the proceeds go back to the sophomore class! Make sure to bring a paper or online flyer because they must be presented and scanned to benefit the sophomores!

 

Austin’s BookClub: From now until May 18, students in Educators Rising and FCCLA are helping raise money and children’s picture books for Austin’s Book Club.  Book donation bins are located in the Main Office and in the Preschool in E-24. You can also donate money and books online at austinsbookclub.org/

 

Volunteers Needed: We are in need of volunteers to run activities and face painting at the Maplewood Carnival tomorrow.

If interested in volunteering, please see Mrs. Chiapetta in E9 or use the link in the announcements email to sign up.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090f45ada72ca4f49-carnival

 

Class Olympics – Round 2 of sign-ups for Class Olympics is now open! This year you can sign up with a friend or individually. Reserve your spot soon at tinyurl.com/NVSignUp18

 

News from the Cafeteria:
SENIORS
:, You may no longer charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home
9th-11th Graders:  As of May 21st, you may not charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home

 

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!

 

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

 

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!

 

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.

 

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.

Announcements 5/9/18

Announcements

Wednesday May 9, 2018

Schedule I

 

Attention Juniors: Everyone interested in participating in the painting of senior hall this summer is to attend a mandatory meeting TOMORROW in A4, the TLC.  Again, all juniors who wish to help with senior hall painting, we will see you at 2:30 sharp TOMORROW in the TLC.

 

Lost and Found: All After Prom t-shirts and jewelry that were found at the After Prom can be picked-up in the main office.

The Northview musician of the week is senior violist Gabriel Weston. Gabriel is a member of the Chamber Orchestra and is sound crew chief for Northview’s Electric Orchestra, North Covers. The Electric Orchestra could not perform without him. Here at Northview Gabriel is a member of the National Honor Society. He is very involved in our Theatre Department where he has been on the Tech Crew for every production of the past four years. He is also involved in Kempo Martial Arts and is a second-degree black belt. After graduation, Gabriel plans to attend an undecided college to major in computer software engineering. Gabriel is the son of David and Gretchen Weston.

 

Attention Wildcats! Class Government will be having a car wash this Saturday from 10am-2pm at Smitty’s.  Come get your car washed and support class govt. as we raise money from next years prom!

 

Pasta Eating Competition: Can you eat a lot of pasta at once? Wanna compete against all of the best eaters at Northview? On Tuesday May 15th, the Sophomore Class Government is putting on a pasta eating competition!  It’s $5 to compete, and you must sign up during lunches by Monday, May 14th.  Wanna watch but don’t feel like stuffing down pasta? Bring $1 to the door May 15th after school to watch!  The winner gets a prize!

 

City BBQ: Are you feeling hungry after Class Olympics? Come and support Sophomore Class Govt. at City BBQ on Central Avenue!  Come anytime May 16th between 10:30am-10:00pm and 25% of the proceeds go back to the sophomore class! Make sure to bring a paper or online flyer because they must be presented and scanned to benefit the sophomores!

 

Austin’s BookClub: From now until May 18, students in Educators Rising and FCCLA are helping raise money and children’s picture books for Austin’s Book Club.  Book donation bins are located in the Main Office and in the Preschool in E-24. You can also donate money and books online at austinsbookclub.org/

 

Volunteers Needed: We are in need of volunteers to run activities and face painting at the Maplewood Carnival on Friday, May 11th.

If interested in volunteering, please see Mrs. Chiapetta in E9 or use the link in the announcements email to sign up.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090f45ada72ca4f49-carnival

 

It’s that time of year again-Today is your last chance… Come out and see our amazing and enlightening body of student artwork in the Northview PAC, lobby, and stage.  The show will highlight our graduating senior artists.

 

Class Olympics – Round 2 of sign-ups for Class Olympics is now open! This year you can sign up with a friend or individually. Reserve your spot soon at tinyurl.com/NVSignUp18

 

News from the Cafeteria:
SENIORS
:, You may no longer charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home
9th-11th Graders:  As of May 21st, you may not charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home

 

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!

 

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

 

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!

 

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.

 

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.

 

 

Announcements 5/8/18

 

 

Announcements

Tuesday May 8, 2018

Schedule I

 

The Northview musician of the week is senior violist Gabriel Weston. Gabriel is a member of the Chamber Orchestra and is sound crew chief for Northview’s Electric Orchestra, North Covers. The Electric Orchestra could not perform without him. Here at Northview Gabriel is a member of the National Honor Society. He is very involved in our Theatre Department where he has been on the Tech Crew for every production of the past four years. He is also involved in Kempo Martial Arts and is a second-degree black belt. After graduation, Gabriel plans to attend an undecided college to major in computer software engineering. Gabriel is the son of David and Gretchen Weston.

 

Attention Wildcats! Class Government will be having a car wash this Saturday from 10am-2pm at Smitty’s.  Come get your car washed and support class govt. as we raise money from next years prom!

Austin’s BookClub: From now until May 18, students in Educators Rising and FCCLA are helping raise money and children’s picture books for Austin’s Book Club.  Book donation bins are located in the Main Office and in the Preschool in E-24. You can also donate money and books online at austinsbookclub.org/

 

Volunteers Needed: We are in need of volunteers to run activities and face painting at the Maplewood Carnival on Friday, May 11th.

If interested in volunteering, please see Mrs. Chiapetta in E9 or use the link in the announcements email to sign up.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090f45ada72ca4f49-carnival

 

It’s that time of year again– Come out and see our amazing and enlightening body of student artwork now thru May 9th in the Northview PAC, lobby, and stage.  The show will highlight our graduating senior artists.

 

Class Olympics – Round 2 of sign-ups for Class Olympics is now open! This year you can sign up with a friend or individually. Reserve your spot soon at tinyurl.com/NVSignUp18

 

Attention Sophomores: Class Rings & Class Jewelry will be delivered TODAY during lunches in the cafeteria. You will need to pay your remaining balance due to pick up your order. Please pay online in advance or on delivery day with cash, check, or money order.

 

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.

 

News from the Cafeteria:
SENIORS
:, You may no longer charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home
9th-11th Graders:  As of May 21st, you may not charge anything in the cafeteria. You must have cash to pay for meals, money on your account or packed lunch from home

 

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!

 

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

 

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!

 

 

 

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.

 

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.