Spotted over these past couple weeks at NV…

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Engineering students are working on designing, constructing, and testing bridges.  They are also launching rockets for the TARC competition. 

Members of our Leadership Academy talked to Justin Yang of Google about his path from Sylvania Schools to Columbia University in New York, to Google in San Francisco, where he is working on market share and Google products for the workplace.  Justin used Sylvania’s rigorous curriculum and plentiful extra-curricular offerings to prepare himself for he collegiate level.  There, Justin learned to appreciate speaking up and organizing his peers to make his environment better. 

Several students reached out to junior high students in our area to help build them up through Project Hope. 

Students in Mrs. Cafferty’s Medical Technology I class are planning their own service learning project, organizing an outreach to a family in need in our community over the holidays. 

They also spent time recently making blankets for a local veterans’ facility. 

Many of our musicians earned a spot on the Regional Orchestra and performed with other outstanding high school musicians from our area. 

Our Medical Technology II students hosted their annual blood drive recently, putting their skills to use. 

…and our alumni are continuing to shine on every stage imaginable. 

LES aMIZing delights a sell out crowd

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The house was sold out.  The show was beyond words.  The audience was in awe at the product on stage last night at the Northview Performing Arts Center.  Les Miserables is shaping up to be an all-timer for the storied Northview Theatre program.  Click here and here to see clips of this talented, hard-working cast and crew during rehearsal this week and warming up before show time.  Less than 100 seats remain available at http://www.northviewtheatre.org or at the ticket booth for tonight’s 7:30 and tomorrow’s 2:30 show.

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Sylvania Northview wins multiple awards at @UToledo ‘s Water Quality Summit

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Northview Environmental Science and AP Environmental Science students competed recently at the University of Toledo against other high schools in the Water Quality Summit.  Their work centered on research conducted on the water quality of Ten Mile Creek.  Congratulations to the following award winners:

  • Erika Chen and Cassie Scouten for winning Best Overall Presentation.
  • Jenna Mermer, Lauren David, and Sydney Boerst on Winning the Best Overall Display Award.  
  • Most Creative Display was awarded to Katie Mertens, Tori Diesing, Colton Seiler, and Cassie Scouten.

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@USArmy @USNavy @USMC @USCG @DeptVetAffairs – thank you. 

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Ms. Goebel’s students spent their Veterans Day researching and discussing heroics, and followed that up by writing letters to military recruits, enlisted members, and veterans. Many of the letters expressed a sense of gratitude that these young people will be able to chase their dreams because the recipients were and are willing to put their own on hold. The letters will be sent to military personnel and veterans through Operation Gratitude. 

@USArmy @USNavy @USMC @USCG @VetDeptAffairs – thank you. 

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Ms. Goebel’s students spent their Veterans Day researching and discussing heroics, and followed that up by writing letters to military recruits, enlisted members, and veterans.  Many of the letters expressed a sense of gratitude that these young people will be able to chase their dreams because the recipients were and are willing to put their own on hold.  The letters will be sent to military personnel and veterans through Operation Gratitude.