ONW News

  • Seniors gather for the last of their first’s

    Seniors gather for the last of their first’s

    Olathe Northwest Seniors host the first annual “Senior Sunrise” Wednesday, August 23rd. Rylee Kramer and Emma Phillips started the tradition to kick off the year watching the sunrise as a class and then at the end of the year they will watch the sunset to recap senior year. “It’s an […]

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  • Japanese exchange student experience American life at ONW

    Japanese exchange student experience American life at ONW

    Starting last month, ONW hosted several students from Maebashi, a town in central Japan. For 10 days, the exchange students got to experience American school, entertainment, food, and more.  Story by Luke Voelker.

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  • Nina Monzon

    Nina Monzon

    Everyone at Olathe Northwest has a special talent. I decided to sit down and interview Nina Monzon. Monzon, a senior at ONW has been modeling from a young age.  The color of her hair [Red] is very unique giving her advantages and helps make up for the extra inch of […]

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  • Cooking with Alysa and Rosie

    Cooking with Alysa and Rosie

    On Saturday February, 25 Alysa Clinton and Rosie Klausner made a video teaching students how to make Buffalo Chicken Dip. This cooking show will become a new segment on ONW NOW. In this episode they describe the process along with the ingredients students will use to create this dip. To […]

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  • Student Naturalist Field Trip

    Student Naturalist Field Trip

    Last Wednesday and Thursday the Student Naturalist classes at Olathe Northwest took a field trip to Shawnee Mission Park to do an orienteering course set up by teacher Mr. McRoberts. The course was a little under 2 miles long. After students went through the course they had a cookout of […]

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  • Cheer Nationals Recap

    Cheer Nationals Recap

    Olathe Northwest’s Cheer team had an opportunity to compete at nationals in Dallas. The Lady Ravens placed ninth at nationals and had great success in their first outing. The cheer team cannot wait to go back and compete next year. Good luck next year and we hope to see you […]

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  • No Name Calling Week

    No Name Calling Week

    Last week was No Name Calling Week, hosted by the Gender Sexuality Alliance. Josie Hilton, a GSA leader, explained the reason for the event as “A reminder for all students to be respectful of their peers.” Story by Luke Voelker, Alex Gabel

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  • Intro to Industrial Tech Picture Frames

    Intro to Industrial Tech Picture Frames

    This holiday, the Intro to Industrial Tech class is creating their very own picture frames for people to purchase to use in their homes as well as learn about the mass production of a product. “It has a mirror on one side, and then two little picture frames on the […]

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  • Toys for Tots

    Toys for Tots

    Toys for Tots is a drive to collect toy donations for children. You can donate until December 23rd in the bin outside room 1126. They are accepting new, unwrapped toys as well as cash. By contributing one toy, you are putting a smile on a child’s face this Christmas. The […]

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  • Feature Story – Mr. Carter

    Feature Story – Mr. Carter

    From teaching math to instructing percussion for the ONW Band, Mr. Carter has been known for his many talents, but never expected to be teaching high school math. “I always thought I’d be band director growing up, so I went to KU to get my degree in music education, but while […]

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