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Columnist Cal Thomas Meets With AP Communication Arts III Students

Columnist Cal Thomas Meets With AP Communication Arts III Students

Liz Kuhlmann, Sport's Editor

November 27, 2012

Syndicated columnist Cal Thomas visited BVNW to meet with the juniors enrolled in AP Communication Arts III as a part of the class’s Master Writer’s Series.Thomas said the reason for his visit originated from senior Grace Sewell writing him and informing him about the columnist project. Sewell had ...

CAPS Law Program Visits Lansing Correctional Facility

CAPS Law Program Visits Lansing Correctional Facility

Gabby Gasser, Online Editor in Chief

November 8, 2012

When senior Claire Duke heard her CAPS class was going to a correctional facility, images were conjured in her mind of the prisons in movies with rows of bars and orange jumpsuits and a perpetual feeling of the miserable nature of life. But her preconceived notions were altered when she walked through...

America Decides Sponsored School Election

America Decides Sponsored School Election

Gabby Gasser, Online Editor in Chief

November 6, 2012

BVNW elected Gov. Mitt Romney president in the school election held Nov. 6. America Decides, a class held every four years, sponsored a mock election for the student body on Election Day. Students went down to the Atrium to cast their ballot during their social studies’ class or at their own convenience....

Child development Teacher Cecilia Jaggard Receives Grant

Child development Teacher Cecilia Jaggard Receives Grant

Gabby Gasser, Online Editor in Chief

November 5, 2012

The Blue Valley Education Foundation presented Child Development teacher, Cecilia Jaggard with a grant for $2500 for an upgrade to the dolls that are utilized in the Baby Think It Over project. Kevin Timmons said that the grant was well written and specific. The grant targeted an area that is i...

BVNW Varsity Soccer Wins Third Place At State

Gabby Gasser, Online Editor in Chief

November 5, 2012

At the State consolation game, BVNW won 3-1 against Shawnee Mission East. This put BVNW with a third place finish at the State Varsity soccer tournament. BVNW scored the first goal with 35:11 left in the first half. This was followed by a goal from SME with 16:31 left in the half, tying the score...

Marching Band Performs Annual Glow Show

Marching Band Performs Annual Glow Show

Cara Brashears, Writer

October 30, 2012

The lights went off, the crowd cheered. The glow suits of 176 marching band members and 24 Dazzlers lit up, the crowd cheered louder. On Saturday, Oct. 27, the Huskies performed the annual Glow Show at the DAC. Following performances by the Dazzlers and the drumline, the halftime show Beatle Mania...

Senior Night Soccer Game Moved To Thursday

Gabby Gasser, Online Editor In Chief

October 17, 2012

The senior night soccer game has been moved from Friday Oct. 19 to Thursday Oct. 18 due to a conflict. According to principal Amy Murphy, there was going to be a football game with BVW v. BVSW at the same time as the BVNW v. Shawnee Mission East game. Murphy said it is difficult to house two large games...

BVNW Varsity Soccer Defeats BVSW

Cara Brashears, Writer

October 10, 2012

BVNW beat Blue Valley Southwest Timberwolves with a final score of BVNW 1, BVSW 0 on Tuesday, Oct. 9. The game began at 7:00 at the DAC. The BVNW's goal was scored by Blake Levine with 35:55 remaining in the first half. Neither team scored again in the remainder of the game. BVNW head soccer coach...

Freshman Dance Disqualified

Gabby Gasser, Online Editor in Chief

October 9, 2012

Due to a violation of the new guidelines set in place for Spirit Week dances, the freshman dance was disqualified and the members of the dance will face disciplinary action, according to Principal Amy Murphy. According to freshman class sponsor, Michelle Blanco, after the dance was shown to her, the...

Dazzlers And Cheerleaders Support Light The Night Walk

Cara Brashears, Writer

October 6, 2012

BVNW Dazzlers and cheerleaders participated in the Light the Night Walk at Cleveland Chiropractic College on Friday, Oct. 5. The national event raises money for leukemia and lymphoma. The event began with a small carnival at 6:00. There was a remembrance ceremony at 6:45, and the walk began at 7:45....

Changes To Lunchroom

Gabby Gasser, Online Editor In Chief

September 20, 2012

From switching to baked fries, to removing saltshakers, to making Uncrustables an a la Carte option, the lunchroom has gone through changes. Changes that were prompted by the National School Lunch Program.This program allows for federal and state reimbursement for each meal that meets the nutritional requ...

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