Northwest High School News
The results are in.......... Congratulations to our 2015 Football Homecoming Queen Miss Abby Hall. Abby is the daughter of Gail Hall and Damon Hall of McDermott. Abby will be escorted by Seniors Garrett Simon, son of Paul and Sandy Simon of Lucasville, and Jacob Lute, son of Greg and Carol Lute of Otway. Senior attendant is Miss Hannah Wolfenbarger, daughter of Steve and Connie Wolfenbarger of Lucasville. She will be escoted by Senior Dylan Amburgey, son of Tim and Sabrina Amburgey of Lucasville. Miss Autumn Phipps was voted to be our senior SCCTC attendant. Autumn is the daughter of Rachel and Jason Penix of Lucasville. She will be escorted by Senior Jordan Brigner, son of Lori Crabtree of Portsmouth and Todd Brigner of Lucasville. Miss Danielle Beck is the junior attendant. Danielle is the Daughter of Dave and Dana Beck of Minford and the late Kim Beck. She will be escorted by Senior Billy Murphy, son of Bill And Jackie Murphy of Otway. Miss Tiffany Breech is the junior SCCTC attendant. Tiffany is the daughter of Alvin Breech and Patty Kennison of Lucasville. She will be escorted by sophomore Will Cole, son of Tim and Kristie Cole of Portsmouth. Courtney Pollard was voted sophomore attendant. She is the daughter of Jack and Ruthann Pollard of McDermott. Courtney will be escorted by Hobby Howard, son of Shelly and the late Hobby Howard of Otway. And finally Miss Hannah Beck iwill be the freshamn attendant. Hannah is the daughter of Dave and Dana Beck of Minford, and the Late Kim Beck. Her escort will be Ashton Hall, son of Gail and Damon Hall of Otway. The 2015 Homecoming Ceremony will be held on October 2, before the varsity football game aginst Sciotoville Community.
On September 17, 46 FCCLA members trveled to the Scioto County Fairgrounds and volunteered at the Senior Olympics. Each year over 15 nursing homes from 5 counties bring residents and staff to a day of fun, entertainment, and friendly comprtition. Our students ran several games such as bowling, horseshoes and basketball. Four students spent their day face-painting, andother twelve students assissted three nursing homes. Our students spent time with the residents, took them to all of the activities, and ate lunch with them. All of the students had a great time, and having the oppurtunity to volunteer and participate in community events, surley makes them feel good about themselves.
The Lady Mohawks Volleyball team would like to invite you to join them as they show their "Power In Pink" to support a cure for breast cancer. They will be "playing in pink" on Tuesday, October 6, 5:30 p.m. Purchase your "Power In Pink" t-shirt from any volleyball player this week to wear to the game.
All money will be donated to the SOMC Breast Center.
Flyer with picture of the t-shirts.
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On October 22, candidates running for Northwest School Board will be at the high school at 6:00 p.m. for a "Meet the Candidates Night".
Percussion: 3rd PlaceAuxiliary: 1st PlaceOverall: 3rd Place
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Boys Soccer Tuesday October 6 vs. Waverly-DH @7:00
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