4.3.19 Wildcat Weekly…


Mrs. Cafferty’s Medical Technology students are counting down the days until their certification skills checks, practicing in their laboratory, and mastering final pieces of the curriculum.


The Northview Chess Club held its annual school-wide tournament. First place goes to Luke Park as he defeated Jeffrey Challen in a hard-fought game.  Congratulations to Luke!


Northview QuizCats are this year’s recipients of the Hermiller Trophy for their amazing 11-0 sweep of the Toledo Area Academic Challenge League. Left to right standing they are Ben Gravelle, coach Perry Lefevre, captain Patrick Andres, Zack Burton, and George Hajjar. Kneeling, Luke Burton and Tyler Burton. The team is also seeking to repeat their championship in the WNWO Academic Challenge competition Thursday as they compete in the semi-finals against either Wauseon or Heritage Christian. Way to go QuizCats!


Our distance runners from the Track & Field Team took time just before spring break to serve our community, cleaning up the road and field near the intersection of Centennial and Brint.  Thank you, gentlemen!


Our FTC Robotics Teams competed in a regional contest in Pittsburgh.  You can see the size of the robots they have designed and constructed.  Next stop is the World Championships in Detroit later this month.


Our jazz musicians traveled to the University of Michigan School of Music and Theatre to take a tour and attend a rehearsal clinic.


Our science researchers were honored by Sylvania Rotary for their accomplishments at the Ohio Junior Science and Humanities Symposium.


Our orchestras traveled to Walt Disney World over break and performed for the masses.  It looks like they had a great time!


The Baseball Team to traveled to Destin, Florida, and started their 2019 campaign off with a 4-2 record down south.  We are looking forward to seeing all of our spring teams in action back home in the coming weeks and months!


Finally, the OHSAA and Commissioner Jerry Snodgrass recognized our student section, The North, as one of the very best in the state of Ohio.  Northview was one of 14 schools state-wide to be recognized as a Golden Megaphone Finalist.  We are proud of our seniors and student-leaders for the effort they make to support one another, and to provide a positive and fun atmosphere for all of our Wildcats!

…the Perrysburg Yellow Jackets were also finalists.  Both student section leaders took time to take a picture together as friendly neighbors.


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