Congratulations to senior Lauren Smith for being selected to the NfAME All-National Choir and junior Chyenne Smith for being selected to the OMEA All-State Choir. If you have spent any time in the Performing Arts Center over the past year for shows or concerts, you understand the immense talent these two bring to the table. Matching their talent is the drive they demonstrate to develop their natural gifts. We are so proud to call them Wildcats!
Mr. Davis’s Pop Music students were learning this morning about the connections between America jazz musician Louis Armstrong and modern day pop and rap.
Global warming and evolution are theories that have been hotly debated in recent years. Ms. O’Shea used those examples, and others, to help students understand the difference between a theory, a hypothesis, and a fact.
Mr. Christy’s AP Statistics students prepared for a quiz tomorrow in class today, applying their knowledge to practice problems relating to statistics gathered from their class.
The Girls Cross Country Team had their own neon-out this week…
Ms. Stefango’s students are analyzing one of Truman Capote’s novels through the lens of another book that is teaching them how to read literature on an advanced level. They collaborated to develop their analysis and were sharing with peers in class this week.
Wait, why aren’t these students in desks?
Well, if you follow Mrs. Stewart’s blog, you may have noticed that she is experimenting with a deskless classroom this year. She made this move to be able to better maneuver around her students, thus allowing her to better observe where they are in the growth process, and to be able to interact with them more. Students seem to have taken to the concept; when she gave a quiz last week, and students had the option to go where they are most comfortable, none of them chose the few remaining desks in the room, electing rather for more flexible options.
Language gives us an opportunity to express ourselves. Mrs. Benard’s English students started that journey this year with a word…
Members of the N-Compass, Northview’s diversity council met last week to begin their work to make Northview a more inviting, welcoming place for all students in 2018-19. Student leaders started the conversation with an exercise that helped students explain both what makes them unique and what they all have in common.
Maiya Black came out to play with the Ultimate Frisbee Club after school on Friday for her first experience with the sport, and scored three touchdowns, leading her team to victory. We are looking for more players! If you are interested, meet us at the bottom of the hill on Friday after school.
The opening meetings for the Leadership Academy were standing room only. Students interested in joining us should come to the Main Office to get signed up, as it is not too late.
The Wildcat Football Team jumped into the win column at Oregon Clay on Friday night after an exciting comeback win over the Eagles. Check out the BCSN highlights below, including junior Trent Sims’s nomination for BCSN Play of the Week, and junior DeAnte Armour’s double block, earning him the BCSN Collision of the Week. The final video captures our traveling student section, band, and cheerleaders singing along with the players to celebrate their victory.
The Boys Soccer Team defeated the Knights of St. Francis de Sales on the road last week, 2-1. Senior Alec West started the scoring with this below header, and fellow senior Ryan Storey capped off the winning campaign with a one-timer. Senior Ryan Bules made several key saves in goal to preserve the victory.
Sophomore Jillian Turner was spotted on the tennis courts, battling it out with a General from Anthony Wayne…
There is no truth to the rumor that junior Hannah Frame and senior McKenna Hall were in Dean Monheim’s office this week for assault with a deadly volleyball, in spite of the below evidence…
Speaking of fantastic volleyball, sophomore Clare Kwiatkowski has been nominated for a statewide award for her performance over the past week. You can vote for Clare here!