ONW News

  • First Annual ONW Craft Fair

    First Annual ONW Craft Fair

    Last Saturday, the first annual ONW Craft Fair was held in the Auxiliary gym. This event gave shoppers the opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind gifts early in the holiday season. Chelsea Pepmiller, the event organizer, and 1710 Robotics mentor, expressed her excitement over the Craft Fair. All proceeds from the fair […]

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  • Beauty and the Beast

    Beauty and the Beast

    This year the Olathe Northwest Theatre program is going above and beyond their bar of success. Beauty and the Beast is anticipated to be another vibrant and successful musical. Cast members and crew have worked countless hours to showcase their hard work, talent, and dedication. Because the program has had […]

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  • ONW Marching Band Wins Heart Of America Marching Festival

    ONW Marching Band Wins Heart Of America Marching Festival

    The Olathe Northwest Marching Band finished off their season at the Heart of America Marching Festival at The University of Kansas last Saturday. The band was awarded overall Grand Champion and won Caption awards for best Color Guard and Music Performance. “It was a mix of excitement and joy, [and] […]

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  • LTAB Members Featured on KCPT

    LTAB Members Featured on KCPT

    On October 9th, three members of Louder Than A Bomb went to the premiere of the Hamilton Documentary. Lily Hooks, Teren Holliday, and Victoria Kepner were also invited to perform their own poems at the event. The poems were about the history of Hamilton and how it affected them. Lily, […]

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  • Mole Day Recap

    Mole Day Recap

    In science, a mole is the name for Avogadro’s number: 6.02 X 10^23rd. In the science world, it was once said that on October 23rd, at 6:02 in the morning, scientists were supposed to celebrate the mole. On October 18, ONW celebrated Mole Day by holding a Mole Day celebration […]

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  • Olathe Northwest Gives Back to Slain Officer’s Family

    Olathe Northwest Gives Back to Slain Officer’s Family

    Last week during parent-teacher conferences, the Olathe Northwest ceramics and culinary classes teamed up to sell cups and drink mixes for the Master Deputy Brandon Collins Memorial fund. Master Deputy Brandon Collins was killed by a suspected drunk driver on September 11, 2016. Ceramics teacher, Tim Barnes, became interested in […]

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  • Playing for a Cause

    Playing for a Cause

    On October 4, 2016 the four Olathe high schools took part in the annual Dig Pink volleyball tournament for breast cancer awareness. The Ravens took on the Olathe North Eagles and beat them with ease in two sets. Winning 25 to 19 in the first set and 25 to 11 […]

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  • Mr. Davis wins Outstanding Young Band Director of the Year for NE Kansas

    Mr. Davis wins Outstanding Young Band Director of the Year for NE Kansas

    ONW’s Band Director, Robert Davis, was awarded The Outstanding Young Band Director of the Year for the NE District of KMEA. This award was based on the nominations by other music educators in that district. “The only reason that I would even be eligible for such an honor is because […]

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  • “Awake” Christian Group at ONW

    “Awake” Christian Group at ONW

    Awake is a Christian group for Olathe Northwest students. They meet at 7:00 AM on Fridays in the choir room. “Most of us have been going since our sophomore year”, said Junior Peter Dulany. Any student is allowed to attend, no matter their belief. The goal is to allow students to feel […]

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  • New ONW Principal

    New ONW Principal

    ONW has a new principal this year; Chris Zuck previously worked in the Shawnee Mission School District and is ready to start a new chapter here at ONW. He worked in the Shawnee Mission School District for 15 years; 14 of those years he spent at Shawnee Mission North. In […]

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