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Boosters Brewing Wildcat Coffee

From: http://www.nvps.net

As part of our ongoing effort to raise funds for vital athletic programs at NHS, the Athletic Boosters will roll out a new program that is sure to be a winner…our own Northview signature coffee! The benefits are many. For the small-scale farmers in East Africa who produce the coffee, each purchase improves their livelihoods. At the same time Northview Boosters generate needed funds for athletics. Northview friends and families have the distinct pleasure of drinking freshly roasted, full-bodied, gourmet coffee packaged in specially designed custom bags!

Boosters make it easy for you to purchase the Northview Wildcat Blend. Available in both regular and decaf, the coffee is offered for sale at the first home varsity football game on September 10, at the NHS Open House on September 14 and at the Spirit Store. Beginning in October, folks can order coffee online!

Attention: Northview Class of 1980

From: http://www.nvps.net

It’s reunion time on Friday, November 26, 2010 at English Hills Country Club (1200 4-Mile Rd. NW) from 6:30 p.m. – midnight. Save the date and spread the word! If you are interested in attending, please contact someone on the committee: ewells@steelcase.com (915-7924); cmanikowski@nvps.net (363-1419); bonnie.czu@gmail.com (575-8545); or pdame2002@yahoo.com (283-8121)

Northview High School Supercat Passes

The “SUPERCAT” pass provides admission to all home athletic contests at Northview High School for the entire 2010-11 school year with the exception of O.K. Conference and M.H.S.A.A. Tournaments. The cost of attending these events would easily exceed $200 for an individual, not to mention the cost for a family. Adult passes are $75. Student passes are $45. A family pass is $175 (maximum of six family members; additional $20 each). These passes will be on sale in the Athletic Office at NHS beginning August 23. Please make checks payable to the Northview Athletic Department.

Back to School - Northview Public Schools Superintendent’s Comments

From: http://www.nvps.net/images/nvnewsaugust2010.pdf
By Dr. Michael Paskewicz, Superintendent

Ruth and I recently received two documents in the mail that made me think about the upcoming school year. The first was the summer tax statement. The second was the billing for our auto insurance. Both items could be found in most mail boxes in our community and both are indicators of why Northview is a great place for students. The summer tax bill has a large...

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