8th grade open House

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Justine Umfleet

Eighth grade students from all over Sylvania came with their parents to Northview High School for an Open House on November 13 from 7-9pm. 

The eighth graders started off the night in the Performing Arts Center where they were given a presentation by Principal Mark Pugh and other administrators that showed all NV has to offer. From there they followed the Drum Line down A-hall to the main gym where they could pick up a tour led by students in National Honor Society or a self guided one.

They got the opportunity to walk through classrooms all around the school witnessing some of the experiences NV has to offer. Andy Roth’s chemistry students performed experiments, biology students in Paula Werner’s room displayed pigs that were being disected for students to see, World Language students offered a taste of their country of choice – literally with quesadillas and madeleines – and art students were throwing pottery in Ryan Creech’s room, to name just some of the various sights to see. 

“The student I led around NV was very interested in programs offered at our school and seemed excited to start high school,” senior Joy Okeke said.

The gyms were lined with booths that showed clubs and classes that NV has to offer such as the career pathways like Cosmetology, Med-Tech, and the Business program. 

Students could finish the night off with refreshments and cookies in the cafeteria.