Greetings Fellow Titans –
Dads – have you ever looked across the dinner table and received a blank stare when you asked your son and daughter, “How was school today?” Now is your chance to see first hand what goes on in the life of a Northview student.
On Monday, March 1st, please join us for the 8th annual Bring Your Dad to School Day. All dads (or significant male in your child’s life) are welcome to come and spend the day, following their child’s schedule. Sign in tables will be available at each entrance before the start of the day and any late arrivers should check in at the front office. Feel free to join your child in his/her morning activities, either having breakfast in the Food Court or just hanging out in the hall with friends. Dads will be called to the auditorium during 3rd period to have a brief meeting with the administrative staff. This will afford you the opportunity to meet us as well as to ask any questions you might have about daily activities. We realize that some of you may have to leave after that meeting, but those who can stay are welcome to return to class and spend the rest of the day here.
In years past, this has been a well-attended program and I hope you will take advantage of it. PARKING WILL BE TIGHT, SO CARPOOLING IS RECOMMENDED.  Please do not park in any numbered spaces or along red curbs. I hope to see you all on Monday!
Ever upward and onward!
Pamela Spalla
Northview High School

Upcoming Events

Early Release Day
February 24th

PTSA Parent to Parent
February 25th

Black History Assembly
February 25th

Bring Dad to School Day
March 1st

Teacher Workday
March 12th

Important Links


Parents and community can provide input on FY 2011 budget development
Parents wanting to become involved in the school system's budget process can access information on the school system's web site,, under the "FYI" section or can send input through a specially created email address.
Input on the 2011 budget input and cost-saving ideas can be sent to A linked button is located on the front page of the school system's web site.


On February 27th at 1 PM, C2 Education will host an SAT Challenge at Northview High School. During the Challenge, students will sit for a full-length mock SAT exam while parents are invited to attend an informational seminar about the college admissions process. Speakers at the seminar include David Kim, co-founder of C2 Education, and Jamal Caesar, a former college admissions officer. Registration for the exam is $30. Attendance at the seminar is FREE regardless of whether a student has registered for the exam. For more information or to register, please call 1 (800) 777 – 7000 or visit

Congratulations to all students who met the guidelines for Principal’s List for the fall semester. Letters and Titan cards were distributed to qualifying students last week in Advisement.


An information meeting for students and parents will be held Wednesday, March 3rd, in the NHS food court at 6:00p.m. Tryouts will be on April 13th through April 16th.


Please contact Coach Gilmore at with any questions prior to the March 3rd meeting.


On February 25, 2010, at 7 P.M., J. Tom Morgan, author of Ignorance is No Defense, A Teenager's Guide to Georgia Law, will speak to parents at Johns Creek High School.  Mr. Morgan is a former district attorney for DeKalb County and is considered an expert on the prosecution of crimes against children.   His powerful and engaging presentation includes real life examples that specifically address Georgia laws and the potential impact on our teenagers.  Realizing that many teenagers often do not fully understand the law and its consequences, Mr. Morgan will explain Georgia laws in an informative way. Please do not assume this does not relate to your child – this relates to all teenagers.  If you have any questions, please contact Susanne Warren at or refer to Mr. Morgan’s website at


Announcing the 2010 Annual Congressional Art Competition, An Artistic Discovery. This competition allows high school students from across the country to submit their artwork to their U.S. Congressional Representative where the grand prize winner will be honored by having his/her artwork displayed for a full calendar year in the Halls of Congress in Washington, DC.  Three students are allowed to compete on behalf of Northview High School in the local competition. All artwork must be delivered by 5:00 P.M. on Monday, March 22nd, 2010. Please see Mrs. Lovell, Mrs. Clawson, or Ms. Margol for the guidelines.


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