Next up for the Northview Boys Basketball Team are the Springfield Blue Devils for a Sectional Championship on Friday night at 8:00 at Lakota High School. Here are directions on how to get to Lakota. Be there! #GoCats
Next up: The Bowling Green Bobcats for the opportunity to play in the District Championship on Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. at Tam-O-Shanter. Be there! #GoCats
The Northview grapplers took 3rd place at the Sectional Tournament, and qualified all of its wrestler to the District Tournament this weekend. Special congratulations to Jessup Pawelczyk who won his weight class. Good luck to all of our coaches and wrestlers this weekend at Districts!
106 – 3rd -Tucker Garn
113 – 5th – Kyle Mitchell
120 – 5th – Wisam Hasan
126 – 5th – Hussein Hawamdeh
132 – 3rd – Danny Elden
138 – 2nd – Trevor Hartbarger
145 – 2nd – Ethan Cook
152 – 4th – Dane Hullibarger
160 – 3rd – John Watson
170 – 4th – Andy Summers
182 – 1st – Jessup Pawelczyk
220 – 4th – Marty Hofbauer
Thank you to the Wrestling Team for the photos.
Several of our students stepped forward last month, wanting to do something to help Northview create an even better climate and culture, and to honor Black History Month. Mr. Chet Trail visited with our students, and shared his experience with our students as a professional baseball player in the south shortly after the Civil Rights legislation was passed in the 1960s. He gave specifics on hearing the “N” word, and shared his displeasure for hearing young people today using it towards one another. Our students took his idea of not using derogatory terms, and expanded it to promoting a No Labels campaign. They created this video, challenging themselves and their peers to not use labels associated with race, ethnicity, economic status, sexual orientation, gender identification, social status, and more. Northview students are being challenged to take the pledge, and sign their names to a pledge sheet on the main bulletin board in A Hall. Kudos to these kids for taking baby steps towards a better environment for current and future Wildcats. #RespectForAll #BuildingAConnectedCommunity
They look relaxed, but don’t let them fool you. They are attending on on-line meeting with schools around the country, sharing ideas on effective interventions for at-risk students. NV’s “early warning system” developed by the American Institute for Research is helping our staff figure out who needs support early. Mr. Fahim has led a team of counselors and administrators to set up interventions for those students based on their individual needs.