Monthly Archives: May 2015

Seniors cool down with ice cream social

I scream. You scream. The seniors screamed for the Ice Cream Social. The senior parents put on the traditional Ice Cream Social May 20 during lunches. The ice cream was donated to the senior class by Dairy Queen. “The ice

Students say goodbye to seniors

It’s that time of year again, time to say goodbye to the leaving seniors. For years the tradition has been to Kiss the seniors goodbye. A tradition where you were able to purchase Hershey kisses to be sent to your

NV students named BCSN All-Around All-Stars

The most common advice anyone ever receives in high school is to get involved and be well-rounded. Three Northview seniors have accomplished just that as they were named BCSN All-Around All-Stars in Sunday’s issue of The Toledo Blade. Abbey Pawlak

Preparations for Class Olympics begin

The second annual Class Olympics will be held on May 22 but on May 6, class officers held a meeting to discuss and make decisions about the event. Each class will have their own specific color to wear on the

Teachers receive delivered lunches

Joseph Shamy, Director of Purchasing and Food Service for Sylvania Schools, has created a new employee meal test. This new test began May 4 and goes through May 15. All adult employees from 4747, Support Services, Timberstone, Highland, and Northview

Students make movies for The Tree City Film Festival

It’s a wrap! The Tree City Film Festival took place over the weekend of April 17-19 and several students got to walk the red carpet with some of them coming home with awards. The Festival took place at the Sylvania

Students dress up for “One Dress, One Month”

“One Dress, One Month” which is officially titled “One Dress, One Shirt, One Month” is an event for the month of April in which participants work to raise awareness of sex trafficking by wearing the same dress the entire month.

Rao wins Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award

Senior Geeta Rao has continued her string of excellence at Northview with her recent nomination of the Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award. This achievement was created by the Ohio Superintendent’s Educational Service Center Association (OSESCA) to recognize outstanding students and

BP holds dinner for top students

It is a great achievement to finish in the top two percent of one’s class and a special dinner was held to commemorate those who were able to grab the top spots. British Petroleum, or BP, hosted a special dinner

Med Tech host after school blood drive

Did you know that one pint of blood helps save three lives? The after school hours Med Tech Blood Drive May 1 was beneficial not only to the ones who will be receiving the blood, but it’s more convenient for