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April 22, 2021

NV Spring Play

Northview Middle School Theater Presents 

Do You Read Me

Saturday, May 8 at 7:00 pm through Sunday, May 9 at 6:59 PM

You can purchase tickets to view the show Streaming on Demand at–northview-middle-school?channel=watch-now

Individual Tickets-$7

Family Tickets-$10

Everyone at NASA thinks that Dr. Weaver’s Mars colony is a joke, because it’s full of average joes instead of astronauts. Their mission? Grow the first eggplant on Mars. As Dr. Weaver takes reports from the quirky colony members under the leadership of the arrogant Commander, the mission starts to seem impossible. But could there be more to the story?

Tune in to support the arts and enjoy Northview Middle School’s Online Spring Play! 

April 21, 2021

Ankeny Centennial High School and Northview Middle School Students Participate in 36th Perry Band Olympics

On February 20, band students from Ankeny Centennial High School and Northview Middle School participated in the 36th Annual Perry Band Olympics. The Perry Band Olympics are a high school Solo and Ensemble Festival that takes place each year at Perry High School. This festival features over 1,000 students and events from eight different high schools across Central Iowa. This year’s festival used a “virtual” format, in which each student recorded a video of themselves performing their solo or ensemble and then submitted it to be judged. Students receive feedback on their performance, a division rating, and medals are awarded to the top 5 students in each center.

The Ankeny Centennial and Northview programs had 100 students perform in 106 different events this year. They came home with 33 Division I “Superior” Ratings, 31 Medal Winners, the most in Centennial history, and received 2nd Place in Overall Competition!

“I was so impressed with the hard work and preparation that all of the students put into their solos and ensembles this year. Despite all of the challenges and new parameters, they were able to work hard and create outstanding musical performances!” said Scott Hook, Director of Bands at Ankeny Centennial High School.

1st Place Winners

Sydney Madison- 11/12 Clarinet Solo

Volta Adovor- 11/12 Bass Clarinet Solo

Teagan Boeckmann- 11/12 Oboe Solo

Lee Foster- 9/10 Bassoon Solo

Jordy Jumper- 9/10 French Horn Solo

Jenna McClain- 9/10 Euphonium Solo

Noah Hook- 9/10 Tuba Solo

Matthew Webster- 9/10 Snare Solo

Connor Grim- 9/10 Misc. Percussion Solo

Sydney Clark & Nathan Neppl- Alto Sax Duet


2nd Place Winners

Brynna Whitney- 9/10 Bass Clarinet Solo

Allison Su- 11/12 Oboe Solo

Alex Ladner- 11/12 Bari Sax Solo

Andrew Stapleton- 11/12 Tuba Solo

Allie Lensch- 11/12 Timpani Solo


3rd Place Winners

Sydney Clark- 11/12 Clarinet Solo

Sarah Williams- 11/12 Bass Clarinet Solo

Kennedy O’Connell- 9/10 Tenor Sax Solo

Selathiel McBride- 9/10 Bari Sax Solo

Seth Cswercko- 11/12 Bari Sax Solo

Amanda Barnes- 11/12 French Horn Solo

Karina Bartlett- 9/10 Trombone Solo

Josie Gillette- 11/12 Mallet Solo

Allie Lensch- 11/12 Misc. Percussion Solo


4th Place Winners

Nathan Neppl- 11/12 Alto Sax Solo

Alayna Cullen- 11/12 Trombone Solo

Lauren McClellan- 9/10- Euphonium Solo

Jillian Scroggs- 9/10 Tuba Solo


5th Place Winners

Caroline Hardekopf- 9/10 Alto Sax Solo

Cael Cheeseman- 11/12 Alto Sax Solo

Owen Huyser- 11/12 Tenor Sax Solo


Division I “Superior” Ratings

Volta Adovor

Amanda Barnes

Karina Bartlett

Teagan Boeckmann

Cael Cheeseman

Anna Christopherson

Sydney Clark

Josie Gillette

Caroline Hardekopf

Noah Hook

Eric Hou

Jordy Jumper

Allie Lensch

Vy Loc

Sydney Madison

Jenna McClain

Lauren McClellan

Nathan Neppl

Allie Pauly

Eli Peterson

Rachel Reimann

Eden Rodekamp

Jillian Scroggs

Emma Smith

Andrew Stapleton

Allison Su

Jordan Su

Matthew Webster

Brynna Whitney

Woodwind Duet

  • Faith Lilly, Eden Rodekamp 

Bass Clarinet Trio 

  • Volta Adovor, Brynna Whitney, Sarah Williams

Trumpet Duet 

  • Tom Brustkern, Eli Peterson

Alto Sax Duet 

  • Sydney Clark, Nathan Neppl

Saxophone Trio

  • Nathan Neppl, Cael Cheeseman, Seth Cswercko

February 10, 2021

2020-2021 Yearbook-DUE FEBRUARY 26

2020-2021 Yearbook – Northview Middle School

The theme of the Northview Middle School 2020-21 yearbook is “Virtual Reality.”  The yearbook club is working hard to gather images and interviews so that we can look back on this incredibly different school year.

Consider purchasing a yearbook for $30 at

Would you like to help the yearbook club by providing images from the school year?  We need your help!  Students…watch Google Classroom for announcements on opportunities to participate.   If you are a parent and you have images from sporting/extracurricular events, feel free to email them to

February 8, 2021


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February 8, 2021


The 2nd Annual Ankeny Future Ready “Night” begins on February 8th and will run through February 19th. This year our “NIGHT” has turned into a website with all of the information that parents/guardians and students will need in order to select courses for the 2021-2022 school year.

Within the website, you will have the opportunity to learn about a  variety of programs, resources and opportunities available to our students. Last year parents were only able to choose up to four different sessions to attend, but this year all of these sessions are available via the website. Each of these sessions will provide you with tools to help your student select courses that align with their post-secondary plan.


Future Ready Night Website

February 8, 2021

SCIBA 8th Grade Honor Band-Northview

Northview 8th grade honor band

The South Central Iowa Bandmasters Association is one of 6 regional associations in Iowa. Each year middle schools across the state can have up to 10 students audition for their regional band. This year’s process was postponed and completed virtually. However, the Northview band is proud to have eight selected students for this year’s SCIBA Honor Band.

February 3, 2021

Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten registration for the 2021-2022 school year begins Friday, February 5. To enroll, your child must be five years old on or before September 15, 2021.

Online Registration

Beginning Friday, February 5 at 8:00 a.m., parents will be able to enroll their incoming kindergartener via online registration. More detailed information is available on the Enroll/Registration page.

Per Board Policy 501.15, applications will be considered late if they are received after June 1. Late registrations will not be considered until all other placements have been made.

What is Needed for Registration?

Please follow the kindergarten registration checklist, as a guide detailing the required documents. Most of the documents can be uploaded into your online application. However, if you do not have the capability to upload documents or if you need copies made, please submit documents starting February 5 to your neighborhood elementary or the registrar at the district office, 306 SW School St. The required documents are:

  • Home Language Survey
  • Proof of Residency
  • Proof of Child’s Birth Date

Medical documentation will be collected at a later date.

Informational Meeting – Updates to Come

This year, the kindergarten parent informational meeting will be conducted virtually. This meeting will be held on April 22 at 6:30 p.m. More information regarding how to join will be shared at a later date.

Due to increased elementary enrollment and limited space, parents are encouraged to enroll their upcoming kindergartener based on the process set forth by the district.

Important Dates to Remember

Visit this document to review important dates for kindergarten families for the 2021-2022 school year.