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Class Government & 
Student Council

Advisor

Student Council

Tami Blue, Kylie Goebel 

Freshmen

Kathryn Nelson

Sophomore

Tami Blue, Kylie Goebel 

Juniors

Perry Lefevre

Seniors

Andrea DavisAmy Schloegl

Club/Activity

Advisor

Book Club

Darla Omey

Bowling

Jeff Easton (419)467-5932
B
ill Becker 419-891-0849

 Math Club

 Greg Christy

Cat’s Meow

Don Wachowiak

Chess Club

Jonathan Engel

Melting Pot Club

John Word

Coexist

Tami Blue

Drama Club

Don Wachowiak

 Earth Club

 Michelle Bogue

 

Sylvania High School Equestrian Team 

Jon Semler  (567) 408-0204

Homeroom leaders

see your counselor or homeroom teache

HQ Club

 Mr. Eckhart

Interact

Gracy Loyd

Link

Melanie Rogers

National Honor Society

Darla Omey

Northview Leadership Academy - @NVLeaders

Steve SwaggertyRyan Creech

Paw Pride

Elizabeth Rauscher

Quiz Bowl

Perry Lefevre

Robotics: FIRST Robotics Challenge at Sylvania STEM Center

 Crystal Burnworth

 

Robotics: FIRST Tech Challenge at Sylvania STEM Center

  Crystal Burnworth

Science Olympiad

Andy Roth

Speech and Debate - @NVspeechNdebate

Keevan HazelIan Malcolm, Jeremy Davis

Theatre Productions

Don Wachowiak

Theatre/Thespians

Don Wachowiak

Ultimate Frisbee

Steve Swaggerty

Water Polo

Pete Dankert

Whispering Wildcats

Steve Swaggerty

World Language Club

Lindsey Jurski, Kelsey Liske, Claudia Fischer , Michael Campbell

Co-Curricular

Advisor

Business Professionals of America

Tami Blue John WordAndrea Davis

Skills USA (Cosmetology)

Christine JudeHolly Fair

FCCLA

Ryan Eickholt

Newspaper/Yearbook

Sarah Huey

HOSA

Melissa Cafferty, Pat Johnson, 

Music

Instructor

BandBand Auxiliary - @NVBand

Nathan HeathEmily Hage

Jazz Band

Nathan Heath

Orchestra - @NviewOrchestras

Pam Thiel

Choirs

Jeremy Davis

 

Book Club 
Cost: none
Scheduled meetings are held during each lunch period in the library media center 
The Northview High School book club offers a relaxed environment in which to read and discuss new, exciting, and popular young adult and adult books. Mrs. Omey and members of the book club choose a book to read and discuss. Join us to meet new friends, discuss books, and enjoy your lunch!!! Please see Mrs. Omey in the library media center for more information!

BoWling
Cost: $10 a week, $1 per game practice
What is Northview Bowling? Northview Bowling is FUN!!!! It is open to all high school kids, with all skill leels in the game of Bowling. We have hands on coaching staff available to assist you in improving your game. Bowling league runs about 24 weeks through the winter months at Southwyck Lanes. WE bowl competition agains other hgihs chool bowling teams on Saturday mronigns from 8:45-noon. We practice every Tuesday from 6-8, 3 games of practice for only a $1 per game. 

Chess Club
Cost: none
Meetings held after school in F-2
Do you like to play chess? Then this club is for you! Mr. Engel begins this club around October. The time commitment is whatever you have to offer. However, matches require a 4 hour commitment. This is a great club for those of you who want to excel at chess or just learn the game. 

Melting Pot Club
Chinese Language and Asian Cultures Club is now called the Melting Pot Club
Cost: Students will be asked to bring food and materials for cultural activities
Meets once a month in F8
Would you like to learn about other cultures from places such as China, Japan, Africa, the Middle East, Russia and India? Do you want to try delicious foods, make neat crafts, and play games from these places? Do you want to celebrate your own family's heritage? Then the Melting Pot Club is for you!

Coexist - Diveristy Club
Cost: none
Meetings held every other Tuesday in room e22. 
Please text @coexistnv to 81010 for cell reminders about meetings & other club related news
Diversity Club (similar to Gay-Straight Alliance), students who join this group help sponsor anti-bullying week and day of silence, promote acceptance, peace, self advocacy, and stand up for those who can't stand up for themselves. Our club tries to create safe environment in school for students to support each other and fight discrimination, harassment, and violence of all types in schools. 

Drama Club
Cost: $5.00/year
Meetings held 1st Thursday of the month
This club is for all those who are interested in learning about all facets of theatre: traditions, techniques, theatre terminology, and having fun! Meetings occur on the first Thursday of each month, and any student, no matter what type of experience, can join at any time throughout the year. Additionally, the Thespian Board Officers will plan a social and service activities throughout the year including workshops, outings to area shows, theme parties (complete with improvisation!), and watching musicals or works of drama on film. See www.northviewtheatre.org for more information

Earth Club
Cost: none 
Meetings usually held twice per month at after school. 
Open to: All Northview Students
The Northview Earth Club is dedicated to protecting our environment through service projects and interesting meetings that inform the Northview student body and staff about local and national current environmental concerns. Meetings range from speakers to cleaning up the Northview campus. With the help of all students, they run the paper and plastic recycling program in the building. 

HQ Club
Cost: none 
Meetings Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in C1
Open to: All Northview Students
There is no cost to join, but you will need a smartphone. We are a club that plays HQ Trivia, a live trivia game that airs at three o'clock on the dot after school. This is a nationwide competition and there is a chance to win a cash prize. Anyone is more than welcome to join, especially people who are good at random trivia questions. 

Interact Club (Revised Fall 2014)
Cost: $12.00/year 
Meetings usually held twice per month at after school. 
Open to: All Northview Students
Please use the following sources to receive information on meetings, service opportunities, etc:
Facebook , Twitter, Remind 101 and our Website

LINK (updated 9/15)
LINK is a Freshmen Transition Program that Juniors and Seniors can volunteer for. Juniors and Seniors are trained to lead our incoming Freshmen through activities on their first day. Juniors and Seniors will act as mentors throughout the year for a small group of Freshmen that are assigned to them.


Math Club
Cost: none
Meetings held monthly after school.
Northview’s Math Club is centered on involving students in mathematics outside of their usual math classes. We do this through two main avenues, the annual JETS competition and monthly Math Club Problems. JETS  is basically an engineering competition held in the spring at The University of Toledo. Teams of 5 to 8 students compete against other area teams with the opportunity to reach state and national competitions. On a broader level, the Math Club Problems are non-standard problems (they might make you think a little more than usual!) published each month as a competition. They are available for all Northview students and anyone correctly solving any of the problems is then entered into a drawing for prizes at the end of the year. Math Club members are given first priority when it comes to forming the JETS teams and they also help determine suitability of solutions for the monthly problems.

National Honor Society 
A Pay to Participate fee is associated with this activity 
Meetings are held monthly on the first Monday of each month.
They start promptly at 2:30 p.m. in the library media center.

National Honor Society is a service group that is involved with activities that benefit Northview and the Sylvania community. NHS welcomes freshmen with yard signs and assists at various Northview events, open houses, and ceremonies. Students receive an invitation for membership if they meet the criteria of leadership, service, scholarship, and character during the second semester of their junior year. The scholarship qualification is a 3.6 cumulative GPA.
 

Northview Leadership Academy 
Remind Code: text @northviewl to 81010
Facebook Link
Twitter Link

Freshmen Year: Phase One
Getting Involved.  Get to know me.  What do I believe in?

 

Power of reflection & setting goals 
Getting involved in something 
Identifying values 
Attending Leadership lunches featuring community leaders

Sophomore Year: Phase Two
The Value of Service

 

Joining Interact 
Class service projects 
Attending leadership lunches featuring community leaders

Junior Year: Phase Three
The Leadership Experience

 

Defining leadership 
Understanding the value of teamwork 
Creating a Vision – developing, communication, action planning, sharing, building relationships, leading with integrity
Components of effective communication 
Leadership Skill/Personality assessment 
Attend leadership lunches featuring community leaders

Senior Year: Phase Four
Leadership in Action

 

Establishing leadership roles within the Northview family or Sylvania community 
Reflecting on the leadership experience 
Participating in an etiquette dinner & toastmaster 
Engaging in a public speaking competition 
Attend leadership lunches featuring community leaders

 

Learn about who you are and what you believe

Learn about how to work as part of a team

Meet with community leaders and learn from their experiences

Build the skills necessary to be an effective leader

Get a chance to develop a leadership philosophy, put it into practice, and reflect on it

Recognition at graduation

 
Paw Pride (P^2)
Cost: none
Paw Pride is a group of juniors and seniors who meet to promote pride and spirit throughout Northview. Paw Pride focuses on groups and individuals who are sometimes overlooked. Sophomores are nominated in the spring by their teachers; an application and interview process is used to select new members who join as juniors the following year. The members remain anonymous until the late spring of their senior year when their identities are revealed. People who are spirited, creative, and reliable are assets to this group.

Quiz Bowl  
Cost: see advisor
A Pay to Participate fee is associated with this activity
Meetings held in G4, typically one hour practice on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We have seven three-way matches on Mondays from October until February.
From students who just can’t miss an episode of Jeopardy, to students who just seem to know everything about music or sports, Quiz Bowl is for you.  The club competes with other local high schools, much like on Jeopardy. But instead of one on one action, this “sport” pits two teams of four against each other. The teams use their buzzers to ring in with the answer to a trivia question, before the other team can. Questions can be about almost anything. Common question subjects include fine art, literature, math, politics, history, geography, and pop culture. Everyone is guaranteed to know at least some answers. The club hosts tournaments and also travels to other high school tournaments. In the past, the club has also gone to larger tournaments at The Ohio State University, and The University of Michigan. But don’t be intimidated by the big names and math questions, Quiz Bowl can be fun for anyone.

Robotics: FIRST Robotics Challenge--at Sylvania STEM Center

We call FIRST Robotics Competition the ultimate Sport for the Mind. High-school student participants call it “the hardest fun you’ll ever have.”

Under strict rules, limited resources, and an intense six-week time limit, teams of students are challenged to raise funds, design a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, and build and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. It’s as close to real-world engineering as a student can get. Volunteer professional mentors lend their time and talents to guide each team. Each season ends with an exciting FIRST Championship.


Robotics: FIRST Tech Challenge at Sylvania STEM Center

It’s way more than building robots. FIRST Tech Challenge teams (10+ members, grades 7-12) are challenged to design, build, program, and operate robots to compete in a head-to-head challenge in an alliance format. Participants call it “the hardest fun you’ll ever have!”

Guided by adult Coaches and Mentors, students develop STEM skills and practice engineering principles (like keeping an engineering notebook), while realizing the value of hard work, innovation, and sharing ideas. The robot kit is reusable from year-to-year and can be programmed using a variety of languages, including Java. Teams also must raise funds, design and market their team brand, and do community outreach for which they can win awards. Participants have access to tens of millions of dollars in college scholarships. Each season concludes with an exciting FIRST Championship.


Science Olympiad 
Cost: $10 dues and a Pay to Participate fee is associated with this activity
Meetings: Tuesdays and Friays after school 
Science Olympiad is a National Competition designed to test students in all science areas in ways that are challenging and fun.  At each event the team competes in 23 events ranging from Astronomy and Herpetology tests to Chemistry and Physics labs as well as building bridges and mousetrap vehicles.  Our season starts at the end of August and lasts through early May and students of all grade levels are invited to join.  So if you love science, no matter what type, or simply love to problem solve or build, Science Olympiad is the team for you.  Please contact Mr. Roth in room D-10 if you have any questions.   

Speech and Debate
A Pay to Participate fee is associated with this activity 

Do you like to act, argue about different topics, present speeches, or meet new people, then Speech and Debate is for you. Speech and Debate has a place for everyone! Students that have participated in Speech and Debate have used this program to prepare for college. In fact, universities often consider membership in a speech and debate program in their selection process. Speech and Debate is a great organization to improve and refine skills you already have that will prepare you for the next step in your life.

Cost: $40.00
Meeting Location: F7 for Debate, Extemp, Congress & Choir room for Speech

Student Council
Cost: none
Meetings held the first Wednesday of the month in the cafeteria from 2:35-3:35.
Membership is open to anyone who fills out the application. 
The Northview Student Government is one of the largest and most influential organizations at our school. With over 150 students involved, this group not only helps shape and influence school policy, but we also raise money for area charities, stage assemblies, put on school dances and generally try to make Northview a school that you are proud to attend. Student Council consists 8  student council officers elected at summer retreat, student council representatives (any grade just sign up, no election needed), and freshman, sophomore, junior & senior class officers. Main responsibilities include assembly planning, powder puff football, spirit week, wacky wildcat lunch games, and turnabout. Want to be a part of the fun? see Mrs. Blue in E22 or email her!

Theatre Productions
Cost: Sylvania Schools Pay to Participate fee, plus $50 production fee payable to the Northview Theatre Boosters
Auditions: Fall Musical usually in late August, Spring Play usually in late January and Summer Musical usually in mid May.
Theatre Productions (Fall Musical and Spring Play) are open to all Northview HS students grades 9-12 and are focused on providing performance opportunities to our students that are not available in a classroom setting while providing quality entertainment to the Sylvania and surrounding communities. The Summer Musical, produced in partnership with the Sylvania Community Arts Commission is open to grades 10-12 only and does not require the Pay to Participate fee. See www.northviewtheatre.org for more information.

Thespians 
Meetings held 1st Wednesday of the month
Cost: $35.00 when inducted
Thespian membership is limited to members of the student body who have accumulated enough points in theatre activities to become a member of the International Thespian Society. After accumulating 10 points (approximately 100 hours) in high school theatre work (performance and technical), members are inducted.  This exclusive group goes to a state conference each year, participates in local community theatre, and participates in activities with drama club and Northview Theatre. The advisor for this group is Mr. Wachowiak. See www.northviewtheatre.org for more information.

Ultimate Frisbee
Meetings: Play Fridays after school in the Fall at the bottom of the hill
Cost: None

Whispering Wildcats
Meetings: Once or twice prior to each season
Cost: None
Whispering Wildcats membership is limited to senior girls. The club supports boys athletics through material gifts in the form of spirit and nutritional items. Each student sponsors one or more senior boy to support.

World Language Club 
The World Language Club invites all World Language students to attend. 
See your language teacher to sign up!

Business Professionals of America
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This club is for any student interested in business, marketing, finance, or information  technology; all students enrolled in the Business Technology, Interactive Media, and Computer Science programs are automatically members of this co-curricular organization.

Our motto is “Today’s students, Tomorrow’s Business Professionals”. Business Professionals of America has a history as a student organization that contributes to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic and technological skills for students at the secondary and the postsecondary level. Through co-curricular programs and services, members of Business Professionals of America compete in demonstrations of their business technology skills, develop their professional and leadership skills, network with one another and professionals across the nation, and get involved in the betterment of their community through good works projects. Students compete in over over 50 different competitions at the regional, state, and national stages, and have ample scholarship opportunities.

FCCLA Family Career and Community Leaders of America 
FCCLA is a national student organization for those in the Career Tech Early Childhood Education Program. In addition to having field experience in early childhood classrooms, involvement in this program offers the students the opportunity to develop leadership skills for a future career in education. Involvement in FCCLA also extends into the community as we perform community service projects. Some projects have included adopting families during the holiday season, volunteering in the community and planning family events for parents and their preschool children. Meetings are held on Fridays during class hours. 

Med Tech 
As a student in the Medical Technology class in your Junior or Senior year, you will also become a member of Med Tech HOSA.  As a group you attend field trips, have guest speakers that relate to what you are learning about in Med Tech.  We volunteer our time to the community and plan many exciting fund-raisers.  HOSA (Health Occupations students of America) is a national organization that provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork and character development. 

Newspaper/Yearbook
Meet - during school as a class 
Time Commitment - during and after school as needed 
Cost - A Pay to Participate fee is associated with this activity and students are required to sell advertising 
Joining Dates - Applications go out in January of the previous year and students must go through an interview process. Both of these organizations are open to any student after having completed the pre-requisite journalism classes. We write stories and captions, take photos, layout pages, sell advertising, and more. It’s tons of fun and a great way to meet new people. Ms. Huey is the advisor for both groups.

Band 

A Pay to Participate fee is associated with this activity
Prerequisites:  A minimum of one year of band experience or permission of the band director.
The Northview Band program provides the student with a wide variety of musical experiences. All students enrolled in band perform with the marching band during the first quarter of the school year. At the conclusion of the fall marching season the band will be divided into three concert bands. Students will be placed in one of the three concert bands based on an audition held in January or February of the previous year.  The concert bands will present a number of formal concerts each year as well as participate in Ohio Music Education Association Adjudicated Events.  Students are also provided the opportunity for small ensemble and solo performances. All band students also perform at winter sports events as a member of the pep band.  The pep band performs at several home basketball games (boys & girls), and occasionally a hockey game. The pep band also performs at pep assemblies throughout the year

website: nv-band-orchestra.com
twitter: @NVBand
facebook: Northview marching band and orchestra

Band Auxiliary 

A Pay to Participate fee is associated with this activity
Prerequisite: Acceptance is based on the tryout
The band auxiliary consists of the Northview flag corps and majorettes.
Tryouts are held in the spring of each year.
This course is for those students who do not play a band instrument.  The Memorial Day parade is the 1st semester final exam grade for students enrolled in this course

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Orchestra 

A Pay to Participate fee is associated with this activity
Prerequisite: A minimum of one year of orchestra experience or permission of the orchestra director
Orchestra is a performing organization comprised of students who have demonstrated proficiency on a stringed instrument.   There are two Orchestras; Concert Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra. Students are placed in the appropriate Orchestra based on audition. Concert Orchestra is a 'Music For All' group which focuses on technique and skill building. Chamber Orchestra performs literature of the highest calibre and membership is competitive.   The primary goal of orchestra is to cultivate an enjoyment and higher understanding of orchestral music by studying music of various styles, music theory, and technical drills.  These efforts culminate by presenting several successful concerts throughout the year.

Highlights of the year are the December concert, State Orchestra Adjudicated Event, and the May Pops Concert. There are many opportunities for additional enrichment and service, such as North Covers (Electric Orchestra, membership by audition), Solo and Ensemble contest and select orchestras at the district, regional, state, and national levels. Woodwind, brass, and percussion players, as selected by the directors, add to the orchestra strings to form a full Symphony Orchestra.  The Symphony Orchestra performs two concerts during the year, as well as at the senior awards assembly and graduation. The Orchestra travels to Florida on a four year rotation.

Twitter: @NviewOrchestras
FB pages:Sylvania Northview Marching Band and Orchestra
Sylvania Northview HS Orchestra Parents 

Jazz Band 
Prerequisite: Enrollment in High School Band or by permission of the director
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The Jazz Band is a musical group organized to study and perform the various styles of jazz music, such as Big Band Dance Music, Pop and Rock, Ballads and Blues, and small group jazz.  A basic understanding of improvisational techniques is also given.  The Jazz Band performs a number of times throughout the school year.  Practices will be conducted after school hours.

Choirs 

A Pay to Participate fee is associated with this activity
The Northview Choral Music Program has enjoyed a long reputation of musical excellence in the state of Ohio.  Students have the opportunity to perform a wide variety of choral music in the most beautiful settings available.  Incoming freshman are placed into one of two Symphonic Choirs or Northview Women’s Chorus.  These choirs sing music of beginning to intermediate difficulty.  The A Cappella Choir performs some of the most challenging choral literature available, and is open to seniors, juniors, and sophomores.  Every other year, the A Cappella Choir travels to New York City for a concert tour.  In February 2004, the A Cappella Choir appeared on the NBC Today Show!  The Harmony Road Show, Solo & Ensemble, and Barbershop Quartets provide a diverse singing opportunity for choir members. For more detailed information about specific choirs, please contact Mr. Davis at Northview.  Auditions are held annually in February and March.



 

 

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