Monthly Archives: November 2015

NV students make regional orchestra

As the orchestra prepares for another great year full of musical successes, orchestral students had the opportunity to audition for OMEA Northwest Regional Orchestra, one of the toughest high school orchestra audition for the year. This year, 15 students auditioned

Netflix cutting back shows and movies

Netflix junkies and movie fans alike will be Netflix-binging more than usual this October, as Netflix is removing some favorite movies and TV shows to make room for some new additions. Many of the films and TV shows removed were

Should you get a flu shot?

It’s that time of year, the time where we find ourselves getting bombarded with flu shot commercials along with advertisements on billboards and on our favorite websites. Some people find themselves in panic mode trying to gather up their family

NV cross country team helps with elementary program

As most kids begin begin playing sports at a young age, cross country is not any different. Seven years ago Cross Country Coach David Briggs decided to start an elementary running program for Sylvania. “I started it to promote cross

Downtown Sylvania holds art walk

The Red Birds Arts District took place October 2 and November 6 in downtown Sylvania on Main Street. The event was hosted by the Sylvania Community Arts Commission and a variety of artists displayed their work in downtown’s boutiques, diners,

NV students take PSAT

The PSATs were taken October 14 in the gym and auxiliary gym by students of all grade levels. Many students took this test in order to prepare for the SAT, an aptitude test designed to help colleges decide whether or

NV puts in new countertops

For the past year, the school has been rapidly changing. From TV’s to the courtyard to the cafeteria, it’s hard to find a part of Northview that hasn’t been improved. One of the most recent renovations includes the main office.

Getting involved in danceGOLD

Contrary from last year, danceGOLD is happening in the fall this year. On the night of November 14, starting at 6p.m., a six hour long dance marathon raising money for The Victory Center, a local center that provides services to

NV Dance Team brings in choreographer

The Dance Team is currently not in season, but is already preparing for performances and competitions up ahead. The Dance Team is having Cassie Dzienny come in to choreograph their jazz dance on October 24 and 25. Dzienny has a

Walk to Defeat ALS

The Walk to Defeat ALS was held at Savage Arena, the University of Toledo’s basketball arena, October 4. Former math teacher Melissa Belcher took part in the event. Mrs. Belcher was diagnosed with the deadly disease called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis