Monthly Archives: October 2015

Students use Achieve 3000 for reading help

Achieve 3000, this year many English classes have been using this website for students to read non-fiction articles at each individual student’s reading level. There are certain questions followed by a thought question for the students to answer. “I like

Speeding into reading

“Because you have signed up for the book club, you are receiving this book!!” As word spreads around school through teachers and students, more and more people are joining Media Specialist Darla Omey’s Book Club. The Club began about four

Leadership Academy hold junior and senior retreat

This past summer, the Leadership Academy hosted a Junior and Senior retreat for upperclassmen Leadership members. In the senior retreat, the main focus was on mission statements where the seniors talked about who they are as a person, what they

Seniors prepare for Finance 101

For many seniors, it’s that time of the year when the plans for the future become a reality- including a glimpse at the rest of their lives. On November 11, the senior class will be dismissed from their classes and

Senior picnic kicks off senior year

Senior picnic is a place where the senior class comes together to celebrate their seniority. This annual event is held every year before school starts so seniors can get together to play games, dance, take pictures and eat. This year’s

danceGOLD hold spirit week

The week of October 12 through the 16 danceGOLD will be hosting a spirit week. Students will get to roll out of bed on Monday morning and wear their pajamas to school. On Tuesday, students will dress up as their

NV dive team prepares for season

The Dive team has had a very good history. Members of the team have gone all the way to the state competition and placed in the top three in recent years. Divers have various difficulties and positions that they compete

NV installs data loggers

Little white boxes will be hung around school over the next few months. These white boxes are called Data Loggers. A Data Logger is a box that tracks date, time of day, when the room is occupied or unoccupied, if

Warrington benefit raises over $20,000

Some students may remember math teacher Marsha Warrington who just retired last year. “She was a great teacher and a wonderful friend,” math teacher Bridget Kwiatkowski said. “She should be going on cruises. She taught here for 30 years and

Student writes for Sport Illustrated For Kids

You have probably heard of Sport Illustrated, you may have even heard of Sports Illustrated for Kids, but did you know Northview freshman Patrick Andres was selected last winter to be a kid reporter for Sports Illustrated for Kids? Hundreds