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Seniors Drew Milligan and Madison Smith after being crowned Snowfests king and queen.

Milligan and Smith crowned King and Queen for annual Snowfest

Alondra Mata, News Editor February 25, 2022

  Being nominated for Snowfest court can be a dream come true and create a feeling of living in a fantasy. Each nominee for the 2022 Snowfest court was proud and excited to be nominated.  After the...

Deadline set for Young Poets of 2022 contest

Holliss Rumler, Photographer & Web Journalist February 1, 2022

   Jackson County is offering a contest for all K-12th students in which they are invited to submit an original poem for the 18th Annual Young Poets Contest.    The contest is through the Jackson...

Mid-Winters tale coming February 5

Mid-Winter’s tale coming February 5

Holliss Rumler, Web Journalist & Photographer January 19, 2022

   Northwest's yearly Snowfest dance is quickly approaching and students are eager to attend the festive activities. Snowfest spirit week will take place from  Jan. 31 to Feb. 5. To conclude spirit...

Substitutes wanted, pay increases

Substitutes wanted, pay increases

Holliss Rumler, Web Journalist & Photographer January 14, 2022

  During the COVID-19 pandemic, schools have gone through a rapid decrease in the availability of substitutes.    Northwest has created and posted numerous digital "wanted" flyers in hopes of finding...

After school study lab continues to support students

After school study lab continues to support students

Emma Flynn, Web Journalist January 12, 2022

   Study Lab takes place every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in various teachers’ classrooms. The teachers are present during the study lab sessions to help students with specific...

Take part in the Take Apart Project

Take part in the Take Apart Project

Leo Moten, Web Journalist January 7, 2022

   Throughout the second trimester, first and second-grade students at Northwest Early Elementary (NWEE) have taken part in reverse engineering, otherwise known as the Take Apart Project, in the Science...

Northwest updates COVID-19 case guidelines

Northwest updates COVID-19 case guidelines

Abby Warner, Web Journalist December 14, 2021

  With COVID-19 cases on the rise in many parts of Michigan, Northwest administration has been working very hard to ensure the safety of the students, most recently with an update to the guidelines.     As...

Spirit Store opens again for business

Spirit Store opens again for business

Alondra Mata, New's Editor December 10, 2021

     After a long-awaited return, the Northwest High School Spirit Store will begin selling merchandise again. Hoodies, sweatpants, and many other accessories will be available for purchase...

20th annual Daddy Daughter Dance returns

20th annual Daddy Daughter Dance returns

Alondra Mata, News Editor December 2, 2021

    On Saturday night, December 4, Northwest will host the 20th annual Daddy Daughter Dance. There will be two dances held at the high school. The first one will be held in the Competition Gym from...

Salvation Army looking for volunteers

Salvation Army looking for volunteers

Hannah Smith, Editor-in-Chief November 30, 2021

   With Adopt a Family now open for donations and the giving trees all in place, another group that students can support is the Salvation Army. They are looking for individuals to help volunteer with...

Seniors: Graduation caps, gowns ready to order

Riley Henderson, Assistant Editor November 30, 2021

   As graduation is getting closer, seniors need to ensure that their cap and gown orders are in before Dec. 16.     With the National Supply Chain shortage, seniors must get their stuff ordered,...

Sixth annual Find Your Future Fair returns Nov. 23

Sixth annual Find Your Future Fair returns Nov. 23

Hannah Smith, Editor-in-Chief November 12, 2021

Northwest High School will be hosting the sixth annual Find Your Future Fair on Nov. 23. With presenters coming from various career paths, it offers the students the opportunity to explore and possibly...

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