Northview News

April 27, 2015

Creation & The Revelation of God

Nature is filled with spiritual lessons for mankind. The flowers die only to spring forth into new life; and in this we are taught the lesson of the resurrection. All who love God will bloom again in the Eden above. But nature can not teach the lesson of the great and marvelous love of God. Therefore, after the fall, nature was not the only teacher of man. In order that the world might not remain in darkness, in eternal spiritual night, the God of nature met us in Jesus Christ. The Son of God came to the world as the revelation of the Father. He was that "true Light, which lighteth every man that cometh into the world." We are to behold "the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ." (Ellen White, Review and Herald, Nov. 8, 1898.)

Wexford County Jail Bond Referendum

We need your help! We have only two (2) weeks to collect 2500 signatures to petition for a public vote on the jail bond issue! Good intentions, not acted upon, will remain only that. Commit to go out, and pray for God's mighty hand to move on our behalf however He wills. (Esther 4.) We have information that will help you collect signatures. Please check out the document below!

Important: PhysicalGenesis Surveys

Last week, information on PhysicalGenesis was sent home in student Communicators. Our goal is to complete the surveys at home by the end of this week. If you are unable to do this at home, please see Mrs. Graham this week to take the survey after school using school computers.


Remember; parents, students, and teachers are asked to participate in the study. Before students may do so, however, parents must:

  1. Give parental consent for your student(s) to participate in the study
  2. Complete a parental survey


Your active participation will make this study a success and lead us to improve the health of our students. The North American Division of Education will use the results to improve the school program as well as to market Adventist Education to families.


Thank you very much for taking the time to help!

5K Training

We are continuing to train for our May 25th 5K at school! Please keep bringing your tennis shoes! Thank you! It makes a big difference. Also, train with us! You can do it on your own, or contact us to train with a group.

Scholarships

The Michigan Conference has established a fund to financially assist needy students at all levels of Adventist education. If you would like an application for this Scholarship Fund because you are experiencing a real financial need, please keep the following in mind:

  • There are limited funds for distribution, so please pick up and turn in your application as soon as possible.

  • Funds awarded for the 2015-2016 school year will be paid directly to the school:

    A. The student must remain enrolled to receive these funds.

    B. No funds will be released until after 2nd semester begins.

  • The notification of awarded funds will be announced as soon as possible. It is the plan to notify each applicant, and the school they are attending, on or before August 10, 2015.

  • Applications must be postmarked on or before May 13, 2015. A student letter and a grade report need to be submitted with the application.

  • Letters of recommendation need to be emailed or postmarked on or before May 13, 2015. Applications without recommendations have a lower chance of being selected. Letters should include information about the applicant’s academic performance, history, reason for need, and any other sources of assistance.
  • Applications may picked up at the Northview SDA school office.

School Spirit Week

This week is our school spirit week, and here are the details:


Monday: Historical Figure Day
  • Dress as your favorite historical figure! This may be from any historical time period, Bible times included, and from any culture or country. Please choose someone you could aspire to be like as a Christian young person.

Tuesday: Sports/Hobby Day

  • Dress in your favorite sports or hobby attire! Wear a sports jersey, your baseball uniform, or dress for a backpacking trip or horse riding adventure!

Wednesday: Pajama Day

  • Come in your comfiest (modest) PJs! Bring a pillow and a blanket (for games, not sleeping)! Students also finished earning a Popcorn Party last week (congratulations!), and we will enjoy relaxing at the afternoon party.

Thursday: Crazy Hair Day/Mismatch Day

  • The sky is the limit here! Crazy hair and mismatched clothes. How clash-y can you be? A word of caution: your hair must be back to normal (style and color) by Friday!

Friday: Hawaii Day (please note change) & Happy Birthday, Madeline!

  • Enjoy school in the islands! Come in your shorts, grass skirt, hawaiian shirt, and lei. Here's your chance to wear flip flops or sandals and bring your favorite tropical fruit to share!
  • We will be going out in the neighborhood for Bible Labs, so please make sure to also bring weather-appropriate clothes for this event.


Students are welcome to wear hats Monday, Tuesday, and Friday! For students who choose not to participate in the day's activities, regular uniform is required.

April Calendar

Random Acts of Kindness
  • This month we will focus on good manners. Check your calendar for daily activities! :)

Prayer Partners

  • Pray for our prayer partner every time you eat a meal this month. When you are saying the blessing before your meal, remember to ask the Lord to bless your prayer partner.

Our Week in Pictures

We Are Learning

Topics and Themes

  • Bible: Jesus' death, burial, resurrection, and ascension (1-4); Signs of the End & The Great Disappointment.
  • Mathematics: For current topics and practice materials, please use links below.
  • Daily Routine: Spelling Lists and activities are accessible through Spelling City (see below). We also practice cursive handwriting and grammar.
  • Reading: Comprehension and fluency strategies as we read The Gardener (1-2), Julius (3-4), and A Single Shard (5-8). Self-selected reading (SSR) is coupled with daily response logs. At times we use RAZ Kids (see link below). Teacher username is egraham11; students know passwords so may access books at home.
  • Writing: Students will be working on "How-To" (1-4) and Opinion (5-8) Essays.
  • Social Studies: African geography and cultures; country research projects.
  • Science: Forms & uses of energy.
  • Spanish: La Escuela.

Weekly Memory Verses

  • Grades 1-4: John 14:1-3 (Review)
  • Grades 5-8: Mark 13:28, 29
  • Grades 3-8 will be asked to write their memory verse for the Friday test.

Upcoming Events

School Spirit Week

Monday, April 27th, 8:30am

202 North Carmel Street

Cadillac, MI

Neighborhood Outreach

Friday, May 1st, 1pm

202 North Carmel Street

Cadillac, MI

Bible Lab Activity: Sharing spring flowers with our neighbors.

Park Trip (Tentative)

Friday, May 8th, 12:45pm

Kenwood Heritage Park, Cadillac, MI, United States

Cadillac, MI

Magabooking Practice

Friday, May 15th, 1pm

202 North Carmel Street

Cadillac, MI

Bible Labs Activity

YMCA Swim (Tentative)

Tuesday, May 19th, 12:45-3:15pm

9845 Campus Drive

Cadillac, MI

Magabooking

Friday, May 22nd, 1pm

202 North Carmel Street

Cadillac, MI

Bible Labs Activity

Last Day of School Field Trip

Friday, May 29th, 8:30am-12pm

6087 Michigan 115

Cadillac, MI

8th Grade Graduation

Friday, May 29th, 7pm

801 East Division Street

Cadillac, MI

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