The top 2% of Sylvania Northview’s Class of 2017 was honored by BP tonight, as they dined with other high school scholars from the area, and heard from University of Findlay President, Dr. Katherine Fell. Dr. Fell encouraged them to seek a well rounded collegiate education. Not included in the photograph are Maggie Eding and Mark Gilliland, who were busy with baseball and lacrosse games this evening.
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Wolverine fans were happy campers when University of Michigan basketball player Andrew Dakich visited for a Leadership Lunch. Andrew shared his collegiate journey with our students, including their recent Sweet 16 appearance. Andrew is a great role model for our kids when it comes to sacrifice, having surrendered a red shirt (free year of college) late one season because his team needed him to play due to injuries. Thank you for joining us Andrew, and thank you Luke Pawlak for helping to arrange his visit.
World language students created theatrical acts in their language of study, and performed them live on stage in the Performing Arts Center right before spring break. Some of those acts included Jeopardy and Family Feud game shows, yoga and Zumba, a lip sync, a skit with Brady “the sheep,” and nursery rhymes. The NV preschool even joined in the fun!
Way to break a leg Global Cats!
Lucas County Sheriff John Tharp visited Sylvania’s Rotary chapter last week, and shared the strides the Lucas County DART Unit is making with the heroin epidemic. Sylvania Explorers, a program that offers young people interested in careers in law enforcement, were represented at the presentation by Ben Bostater and Corey Wright.