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16 days ago, The Midview Schools
View our latest updates, news, and successes in this month's district newsletter! https://www.smore.com/n/g2fcyt
about 2 months ago, The Midview Schools
Midview High School and Oberlin High School joined forces on Wednesday for the first part of their student exchange program called SWAP (Students Working to Achieve Perspective). Planned collaboratively by Midview’s L.O.V.E (Let Our Voices Emerge) Club, Oberlin’s Student Council, and each school’s administrators, the SWAP Day aimed to create camaraderie and build community between the two schools. Oberlin students were greeted by the Midview High School band and our AFJROTC. The day kicked off with donuts and introductions, followed by guided tours of the building, class sit-ins, team-building activities, lunch, and meaningful conversations about each school’s similarities and differences as they apply to programs, culture, and community. Midview L.O.V.E. Club students will visit Oberlin on April 23! We hope to continue to expand the SWAP to involve additional schools next year.
2 months ago, The Midview Schools
M-O Swap
Our 5th and 6th grade students have been hard at work designing and building 18 upcycled mini-golf holes for our upcoming Elementary STEM Night on April 25! A "Coding Crew" has even been meeting after school to learn how to bring elements of each hole to life using Hummingbird Robotics Kits (funded by the Ohio STEM Learning Network grant East received last year)! In addition to the mini golf course, this exciting evening of STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) exploration will also include: - Activity stations such as milk jug and plastic bottle sun catchers, cereal box flowers, junk necklaces, plastic bag friendship bracelets, & seed bombs - West 3rd Grade Invention Convention projects - PLTW class showcase - informational math sessions - a green screen for photo opportunities - a Lorain County Waste Management informational table
2 months ago, The Midview Schools
Stem night
Stem night
Stem night
Second-grade participated in a glow learning experience! Using black lights, glow sticks, decorations, invisible pens, hats, and game materials funded through a Ross Foundation, Inc. grant, students and staff enjoyed a BRIGHT and fun-filled day of English Language Arts, reading, and math activities.
2 months ago, The Midview Schools
Glow
Glow
Glow
Students following our Micro-electromechanical Systems (MEMS) career pathway recently had an opportunity to engage with professionals from Intel and Rockwell Automation! They were able to gain insights into the operations of each company, further discover the practical application of their classroom knowledge, explore potential career paths and opportunities, and inquire about various aspects of the industry. Through the MEMS pathway, students manually produce tiny integrated devices or systems that combine mechanical and electrical components. These devices are found in many electronics, pharmaceutical products, and medical equipment!
2 months ago, The Midview Schools
MEMS
MEMS
View our latest updates, news, and successes in this month's district newsletter! https://www.smore.com/n/08wq1
3 months ago, The Midview Schools
Midview North recently concluded its school-wide learning initiative centered around the Iditarod! Known as the Last Great Race of Earth®, the Iditarod is the world’s longest annual sled dog race, spanning 1,000 miles through the Alaskan wilderness. From math to art to physical education, students engaged in various activities, discussions, and hands-on projects as they followed the mushers and their sled dogs on their challenging and inspiring journey. Students also enjoyed some additional activities throughout the month, including: - A visit from Dr. Joe Urig, a Veterinarian from Fox Veterinary Hospital, to educate students on animal health and wellness. - Participation in a Natural History Museum virtual assembly to learn about Balto, the sled dog turned national hero. - Discovering state symbols, fun facts, and map skills through a cross-country postcard exchange connecting classrooms across all 50 states.
3 months ago, The Midview Schools
Iditarod
Iditarod
Iditarod
Iditarod
Iditarod
Iditarod
North and West students ended their day on a high note with a special showing of the MHS Spring Musical, 'You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown' 🎶
3 months ago, The Midview Schools
Muscial
Muscial
Muscial
Muscial
Muscial
Muscial
Muscial
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4 months ago, The Midview Schools
Instructors from LCCC's Surgical Technology and Sterile Processing Programs visited our high school PLTW Biomedical students to share information about this exciting career path. Students practiced suturing, learned about operating room tooling, and found prizes in the (simulated) intestines. Thanks to Shauna Harper and Korrine Anderson for sharing this awesome experience with our students!
4 months ago, The Midview Schools
Surgical Tech
Surgical Tech
Surgical Tech
Surgical Tech
Mrs. Sandell's 7th-grade science students worked to investigate a groundwater contamination problem in the fictitious town of Fruitvale! They began with an investigation of the initial clues and conducted research and experiments, such as testing well water samples, to determine the location and source of contamination. They concluded by selecting a clean-up plan for the town that was the most timely and cost-effective!
4 months ago, The Midview Schools
Ground water
Ground water
Miss Barak and Mrs. Mlinarcik's third-graders have been working on opinion writing over the past few weeks. Recently, they had the chance to put those skills to the test with a fun Valentine's Day-themed writing activity. The topic of the task was to decide whether Conversation Hearts are the ultimate Valentine’s Day candy. Students conducted research, facilitated a taste test, and even created a poll to determine the classroom's preference. Check out the interesting facts students wrote about this sweet activity: Did you know… ❤️ The first conversation hearts were created by Daniel Chase in 1866. 🧡 More than 5 billion Conversation Hearts are made by the NECCO candy company every year. 💛 About half of Americans buy candy for Valentine’s Day each year, with Conversation Hearts being a top seller. 💚 Conversation Hearts can stay fresh for five years or more. 💙 10 new sayings are added each year to Conversation Hearts. 💜 One small box of NECCO Conversation Hearts candy contains 110 calories and 27 grams of sugar.
4 months ago, The Midview Schools
Candy hearts
Candy hearts
Candy hearts
Candy hearts
Candy hearts
Full Sail University visited Midview High School's Video Broadcasting & Media Creation CTE Program students last week. Students took part in hands-on stop-motion filmmaking and audio production workshops and learned about Full Sail's various degrees in arts, entertainment, media, and technology. As a recognized High School partner program, any student who completes the Video Broadcasting & Media Creation pathway is eligible to receive a $15,000 scholarship to Full Sail University in Florida!
4 months ago, The Midview Schools
FS
FS
FS
A big “THANK YOU” to the staff and students who helped make the MHS Showcase & CCP Night a great success! We hope all who attended left feeling informed and excited about the many opportunities that our high school provides to students. Midview Middle School looks forward to hosting a similar event for upcoming 7th and 8th graders! Save the date for March 5.
4 months ago, The Midview Schools
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Yesterday, our Food Services Department held its annual Middie Chef Cook-Off! Nine total students (three from each elementary building) were chosen to represent their respective schools and prepare a culinary dish centered around the theme of "Healthy Desserts." A panel of judges selected three chefs who will continue representing their school in a final round on March 13! Thank you to all of our North, West, and East students who submitted recipes and displayed their culinary creativity in this annual competition! Good luck and congratulations to our finalists: Aspen Bott (North), Temperance Cindric (West), and Baron Carr (East)!
4 months ago, The Midview Schools
Chef
Chef
Chef
Chef
Chef
Chef
Chef
Chef
Chef
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4 months ago, The Midview Schools
In celebration of our kindergarten students mastering their ABCs, North and West Elementary Schools held their annual Alphabet Parades! In each class, students were assigned a letter of the alphabet and decorated a vest with images that began with their letter. Our kindergarteners had so much fun during the parade and enjoyed the cheers of encouragement and support from their peers!
5 months ago, The Midview Schools
Kg Parade
Kg Parade
Kg Parade
Kg Parade
Kg Parade
Kg Parade
Kg Parade
Kg Parade
Kg Parade
Midview Biomedical Sciences students recently toured the Richard E. Jacobs Health Center along with students from Lorain High School. Highlights of the trip included meeting therapy dog Macee, conversations with all levels of staff, and a tour of the lab facilities!
5 months ago, The Midview Schools
BioMed
BioMed
Before Winter Break, Midview National Honor Society members visited Danbury Senior Living in North Ridgeville to hand deliver holiday-themed stockings to residents. The stockings were filled with socks, activity books, snacks, candy, and much-needed toiletry items. As always, our Midview students conducted themselves maturely and genuinely offered residents conversation and laughter. Together, they enjoyed lunch and many games of Bingo. NHS members were invited to return in the spring when the facility opens its doors for fresh air and the hope of sunshine.
5 months ago, The Midview Schools
Danbury Visit
Danbury Visit