Northview students will have opportunities over the next few summers to travel abroad to learn about leadership, language, art, theatre, and to serve others. If you might be interested in one of these opportunities, make plans to attend our Global Education Program’s informational night on Tuesday at 6:30 in the cafeteria.
300 Northview Wildcats danced the night away last evening, having pledged to stay on their feet for six straight hours in order to raise much needed funds for the Victory Center in Sylvania. Between the hourly line dances, participants competed in dozens of games and activities, all with the goal of taking home the danceGOLD trophy. In the end, these high school students raised more than $19,400 for cancer patients in our town. Team Twist brought home the trophy. A great time was had by all!
At 1 a.m., when the final seconds ticked off the countdown clock, these Cats were ready to take a seat. They can go ahead and take a bow, too. Congratulations and thank you to NHs, Mrs. Omey, all of the parent and faculty volunteers, community sponsors, and the 300 dancers for a GREAT event!
The Wildcats played a game for the ages tonight, going toe to toe with #1 seed Wadsworth. In the end, the Grizzlies edged us out 61-42. From the students, staff, and community, thank you to this group of seniors for giving us so many memories that will last us for many years to come. We are proud of how you went about your business in the off-season, your tenacity and laser focus between the lines, and how you carried yourselves off the field. Know that your efforts and sacrifices will be sources of pride for all of us for years to come. We’re from Northview. Couldn’t be prouder.