We are nearing the end of the first quarter, and students are hard at work to master key concepts before the grading period is up. Seniors in Mr. Engel’s Physics classes learned to calculate the predicted acceleration of a given slope last week…
Mr. Malcolm’s Government students are studying the United States Constitution. A few of them remembered well a song they learned in elementary school that helped them memorize the Preamble, and treated their fellow seniors to a final rendition.
Ms. Bogue’s environmental scientists rolled up their sleeves, and pant legs, and got dirty last week, conducting research in Ten Mile Creek. The purpose of their study is to evaluate the health of the creek, and they did so by taking water samples, inspecting what they found, categorizing the living organisms, and
Students are starting to use our new maker space, the Think Tank. This learning environment is designed to give students the space and tools to work on bigger problems, collaborate, tinker, and create.
Lauren Smith (pictured on the right) was recognized by the Sylvania Chamber of Commerce as the Student of the Month for her work in the performing arts. In addition to being named to the All-National Ensemble, Lauren was recognized in DownBeat Magazine June 2018, which our music teachers equate to the Rolling Stone of jazz music. More impressive than all of the above is Lauren’s humble nature. Congratulations Lauren!
The Girls Golf Team, and their game faces, competed at the Sectional Championships, and qualified for the District Championships, which took place yesterday. Senior Lexi Knight played well enough there to qualify for the State Championships in Columbus next week! This is the second year in a row that Lexi earned her way into the State Championship Golf Tournament. Way to go Lexi!
On Thursday last week, Assistant Principal Gracy Hinojosa-Lloyd (pictured 4th from the left) represented Northview at an awards banquet hosted by the Department of Education, and accepted the Momentum Award on behalf of the entire Northview Family. This award was a reflection of the growth demonstrated by students. Northview was one of roughly fifteen high schools state-wide that showed the amount of growth necessary to earn this distinction.
Sylvania School alumnus and Lucas County Board of Elections official Austin Serna visited with senior government students to educate them on the voting process.
Mrs. Werner’s Honors Biology students are in the early stages of dissecting pigs. Outside of identifying gender and some basic anatomical parts, the most difficult piece for partners was settling on a name for their pig.
Freshmen scientists are learning basics of laboratory life, including measuring for volume and mass, and how to log data.
The 2018-19 yearbook design and construction is underway, as the staff is hard at work adding content to their work in progress.
The Football Team lost a heart breaker on Friday night, but continue to show improvement as the season progresses.
Jillian Turner advanced to the District Championships in tennis after a great showing at Sectionals, where she earned a 3rd place finish. Way to go JT!
The Boys Soccer Team brought home the NLL Championship yesterday with a win over Perrysburg. Check out the highlights below of that game, and their 1-1 tie against St. John’s Jesuit on Saturday. Their run is not over, but Senior Night last week honored a special group of athletes. These Seniors have won two straight District Championships, made it to the Elite 8 in the state of Ohio, and earned multiple league titles. Soon, they will hang up the black and gold jerseys for good. For now, we will focus on savoring every moment of what hopes to be an exciting tournament run.