Student Body News 3-1-19

01 Mar Student Body News 3-1-19

Friday, March 1, 2019

The boys Basketball team will travel to Greenville TONIGHT to play Forest Hills Northern for the District Championship. Tipoff is 7:00 PM. Come out and support your Wildcats in their rematch with the Huskies.

The Freshman class registration meeting that was originally scheduled for next Monday, has been moved to next Thursday, March 7th at the same time (2nd hour).

Sign-ups for Spring Rowing are TOMORROW morning from 9:00 to 11:00 AM in the athletic lobby. Rowing is a varsity sport and our team will compete in races locally as well as travel to Detroit and Canada this season.

LEGOmania is TOMORROW in the High School cafeteria. Even if you didn’t sign up for any of the events, there is still a ton to do. It’s a night of LEGO fun for the whole family – and it’s FREE to get in! Doors open at 5:00. Hope to see you there!

Free SAT online review is available by Kaplan experts. Multiple 90-minute sessions are offered between March 2nd thru March 7th. Stop in the guidance office for more information.

The girls Varsity Basketball team finished the regular season by defeating Calvin Christian, running their record to 18-1 while finishing the OK White 12-0 for the first time ever! PLEASE come out next Monday at 7:00 PM in a WHITE OUT when the Lady Wildcats take on Rockford in District play. T-shirts will be on sale Monday during lunches for $10.00 to wear at the game! Go Cats #worktowin.

There is no CATS next Monday, March 4th and Thursday, March 7th due to Parent-Teacher Conferences. There is no school for students or staff next Friday, March 8th.

There will be a meeting to discuss tryouts for Girls Soccer next Tuesday, March 5th at 3:00 PM in Mr. Coty’s room.

After school CATS will be in the Writing Lab on:
• Tuesday, March 5th
• Thursday, March 14th

• Morning CATS on Tuesday, March 19th will be in the Writing Lab.

• Kent Intermediate School District will visit during lunches next Tuesday, March 5th.
• The Army will visit during lunches on Monday, March 11th.
• The Marines will visit during lunches on Thursday, March 14th.

Attention all spring student-athletes planning to play boys and girls lacrosse, girls soccer, baseball and softball: Our final open lab time to complete required baseline concussion testing is next Tuesday at 3:00 PM in the Fish Bowl.

The new Northview Table Hockey Club meets every Tuesday from 3:00 to 4:00 PM in Room 1241. If you’re seeking a fun way to relax after school or enjoy a little competition with your friends, come out and try the great game of table hockey! For more information, visit Mr. Kammers in Room 1241.

KCTC Spring Open House will take place Thursday, March 7th from 5:00-7:00pm. This is an excellent opportunity for interested students to explore the various programs KCTC has to offer.

KCTC applications deadlines are:
• For CNA/Nurse Tech Program at KCTC: Monday, March 11th
• For HSCEA Therapeutic/CNA and Diagnostics at Downtown Market: Thursday, March 14th
• Criminal Justice applications due by Thursday, March 14th
• 3D Animation due by Thursday, March 14th
• All other KCTC applications due by Friday, March 22nd

ATTENTION SOPHOMORES: Your Wednesday, March 20th CAP class will be held in Art Room 1114. Thank you!

DATE: MARCH 1, 2019

FREE SAT REVIEW: is available by Kaplan experts. Multiple 90-minute sessions are offered between Mar. 2nd-7th. Stop in the guidance office or click on the link below for more information:

KCTC SPRING OPEN HOUSE: will take place on Thu., Mar. 7th from 5:00-7:00pm. This is an excellent opportunity for interested students to explore the various programs KCTC has to offer.

KCTC APPLICATION DEADLINES (due in Guidance office):
-CNA/Nurse Tech Program (at KCTC) by Mon., Mar. 11th
-HSCEA Therapeutic/CNA and Diagnostics (at Downtown Market) due by Thu., Mar. 14th
-Criminal Justice applications due by Thu., Mar. 14th
-3D Animation due by Thu., Mar. 14th
-All other KCTC applications due by Fri., Mar. 22nd

HEALTH SCIENCES EARLY COLLEGE ACADEMY: is hosting an OPEN HOUSE for students in 10th or 11th grade on Tue., Mar. 12th from 5:30-7:00pm.

GRAND RAPIDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE: is hosting their spring open house on Sat., Mar. 23rd from 10:00am-1:00pm at the Applied Technology Center. Register at

CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY: is hosting their 3-day “Leadership Camp” in May for seniors who have been admitted to CMU for this fall. For more information and to register, visit Space is limited. Deadline to apply is Apr. 19th.

LAWRENCE TECH UNIVERSITY: is hosting their “Exploration Day” on Fri., Mar. 22nd for students interested in learning more about LTU. Register by Mar. 15th at

LAWRENCE TECH UNIVERSITY SUMMER CAMPS: is offering a variety of summer camps for students interested in engineering, technology, design and science. Visit for more information.

UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON: has three exciting residential engineering summer camps for high school students. Visit,, or for more information.

MICHIGAN TECH’S SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAMS: offers a variety of exciting hands-on explorations for students. Over 50 explorations in everything from aviation to forensic science, photography to engineering technology, and many branches of STEM in between. For more information visit


JOYCE IVY FOUNDATION SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAM: provides scholarships for talented, high-achieving Sophomore and Junior women from the Midwest to participate in academic summer programs at some of the country’s top colleges: Barnard, Brown, Cornell, Emory, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, MIT, Smith, Stanford, Wash U, Yale. Scholarships are awarded based on merit and financial need. Application deadline is Mar. 1st. For more information and the application visit:

FREE ASVAB PREP COURSE: is available through Naviance for 10th-12th grade students considering a career in the military. This course will help students prepare for the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) so they can earn the score they want. Stop in the Guidance office for additional information.

ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS: interested in attending KCTC for the 2019-20 school year. Program visits are now available. Stop in the guidance office to set up a visit.

CORNERSTONE UNIVERSITY: is hosting their “Golden Eagle Days” on Fridays. For more information and to register, visit

The Talk & Tour Series is an evening career exploration program designed to increase awareness of diverse careers available in high demand career sectors.
Through an informal “talk show style” format, a panel of professionals in select industries will share their own career path, the inside scoop on what their jobs are really like, along with their perspective on what you can do to prepare for a career that interests you. This is your chance to ask questions, get valuable career information and take an action step in figuring out your own career direction. A tour of the host site will be provided, with a special focus on seeing the latest technology and innovation happening in the workplace. Each month a new industry/segment/topic will be highlighted.
Parents/guardians are encouraged to attend the Talk & Tour event with their student!
All Talk & Tour events are scheduled from 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM unless otherwise specified.
Light refreshments will be served.


COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES: visit Northview High School throughout the school year. These are excellent opportunities for students to learn more about college’s admissions process and other general information. To find a current list and to sign-up to attend a visit, students need to sign into their Naviance/Family Connection account or see the guidance department announcements.

Saginaw Valley State University Tue., Mar. 26th 12:45pm

Students can find a current list of scholarships on their Family Connection (Naviance) account.

Students can find all current job posting information on the bulletin board outside the media center.

Want to be a lifeguard? It’s a technically challenging job requiring responsibility and professionalism, but offers flexible part time scheduling or seasonal work. An American Red Cross lifeguard training class is being offered at the Northview Aquatic Center in March, just in time to apply for that summer job!
You must be 15 years old by the last day of class, as well as demonstrate pre-requisite skills, which include the ability to swim 300 yards continuously, demonstrating breath control & rhythmic breathing. Stop by the pool or email Suann at for more information.

Taco Boy: 3475 Plainfield Ave. is now hiring. Flexible hours, competitive wage, start immediately and GRCC scholarship available. Apply in person.

Medawar Jewelers: is looking for help to assist with cleaning and general organizing throughout the store. Contact Paul Medawar or Jennifer at 616-363-4902 for more information.

Aldersgate Center for Child Development: is currently hiring a part-time supervisor for school age children. Hours needed are from 3:00-6:00pm, Mon.-Fri. Applicant must be 18 years old. See the job opportunities bulletin board next to the media center for more information.

Porter Hills Village: 3600 E. Fulton St. is currently hiring for Dining Servers/Waitstaff. Part time/flexible hours. See the job opportunities bulletin board next to the media center for more information.

Jet’s Pizza: 5150 Northland Dr. Flexible hours 10-25 per week. Hiring for Pizza Prep, Cashiers, Delivery Drivers. Applications available at the store location. See the job opportunities bulletin board next to the media center for more information.

Chuck E. Cheese’s: flexible hours. See the job opportunities bulletin board next to the media center for more information.