Greetings Fellow Titans –

The message this week is short and simple: CURRICULUM NIGHT! Please plan on attending Thursday, September 16th.
 
For those who are interested, I will do a brief “State of the School” presentation in the theatre beginning at 6 p.m. This will be an opportunity for you to hear a bit more about the current status of education at Northview and also give you an opportunity to ask any questions that you might have for me.
 
At 7 p.m. all parents will report to their student’s advisement for the start of the formal Curriculum Night activities. This will also be your opportunity to pick up information about the new Home Access Center (HAC) which has replaced ParentConnect. We hope to have log ons and passwords available for everyone. Please make sure to bring ID with you as it will be required to pick up this information.
 
Time will be provided for you to follow your child’s schedule, visiting each of his/her teachers and becoming a bit more familiar with the curriculum. I look forward to this evening and know that it will be a wonderful opportunity for each of you. I hope to see you all there!
 
As always, feel free to contact me at spalla@fultonschools.org.

Ever Upward and Onward!

Pamela Spalla
Principal
Northview High School

Upcoming Events

Curriculum Night/Open House
September 16th

Georgia HS Writing Test
September 29th

GaCollege 411 Information Session
September 22nd

Important Links

Junior Advisement - Thursday, September 23
 
On September 23rd, the NHS Counselors will be holding junior advisements to discuss college & career planning, SAT/ACT, HOPE scholarship & other financial aid options, and many other relevant topics with our 11th grade students.  The meetings will take place during the day in the NHS auditorium. 
 
Junior Parent Night - 7:00 pm in the NHS Auditorium
 
As parents are a major factor in helping students plan for the future, it is essential that all junior parents attend the junior advisement parent night that same evening (September 23rd at 7:00 PM).  Parent night is held in the NHS auditorium.

The school year has kicked off on a positive note and we are in full swing with fall sports. It seems as though it was just yesterday that spring sports were wrapping up. The excitement around the school seems to have picked up with the changing of the guard with football.
 
Our new Head Coach, Chad Davenport, has brought much enthusiasm with him and the players have responded immensely. Along with a whole new offensive system: the spread, the coaching staff, both returning and new, have worked diligently to incorporate this new offensive system which allows a lot of offensive players opportunity to get the ball.
 
We have seen a lot more interest in athletes from other sports such as lacrosse, baseball and soccer wanting to participate in football this year. I believe many things contribute to this trend: a new coach, the spread offense being more fun which allows the players to enjoy the game on a whole other level than just your traditional game, and the camaraderie the coaches present on the field during practice and in the classroom with the athletes.
 
The Titan Football team started off with a big win over Meadowcreek the first week and has fallen a bit short the past two games, but nonetheless have shown tremendous improvement and hope to go into region play 2-2 after the game this Friday night at Newton.
    
Our Lady Titans Volleyball is once again off to a great start. After coming off a tournament this past weekend in Louisville, Kentucky, the Lady Titans are now 8-8. Area play starts soon and with the next two weekends of more traveling, South Carolina and Las Vegas, they will have plenty of games to get them fine-tuned and ready to make another run at a State title. Plagued with a few injuries early on, the Lady Titans will be back to 100% and ready for Area play.
 
Our Lady Titans Softball team is also in full swing and will actually wrap up their regular season two weeks from this Saturday with the Region tournament right around the corner. Regardless of the season record, the good thing about softball is that you get a fresh start during the tournament and it’s anybody’s region to win. Good Luck ladies in the tournament.
 
Cross Country has had three meets and are well on their way to be contenders in the Region Meet with a lot of top three finishes throughout the past couple of weeks.
 
I would like to thank all who have come out and supported our teams thus far and look forward to seeing more and more of you as the year progresses. 
 
Tony Cianciola
Athletic Director
Health/Physical Education Teacher
Head Boys Soccer
Northview H.S.

VOLUNTEERS WELCOME!
     
Please join the Northview World Languages Department and volunteer your time and talents in various areas to enhance the educational experience for our students. Parents are a rich resource for activities such as small group tutoring and guest speaking, and even helping teachers with making copies and various other tasks, meaning more quality time for the students. Students and teachers appreciate seeing you in action at our school and taking an active role in education.  Welcome!  We would love to have you! Please contact Dot Kemptner, World Languages Department Chair for further information: Kemptner@fulton.k12.ga.us.

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