Attention students taking the PSAT on Wednesday – report to the back gym no later than 7:30am. If you have a graphing calculator please bring it and be prepared to turn in your cell phone during testing. Do not be late to take the test!
Are you interested in LGBT activism and social justice? Then come to the Loy Norrix Gender and Sexuality Alliance in room B-21 Friday after school from 2:30-3:30. See you there.
Interested in playing softball? Just want to get in shape? Try the softball strength and conditioning challenge! Meet in the weight room every Tuesday and Thursday after school for 4 weeks. There are prizes for personal growth and completing the challenge. Bring a friend and come push each other to be healthy and strong. The first day is TOMORROW. See Coach Johnson in C12 for more information.
Attention juniors! If you signed up to take the PSAT/NMSQT study guides are available in the counseling office & are first come first serve.
There will be a short meeting for all returning baseball players along with those interested in playing this season in the cafeteria immediately after school on Tuesday, October 10th.
There will be a 2020 executive board meeting tomorrow, October 10th at 7am.
If you are competitive, like acting or informing – we have a team for you! Come out and learn about the Loy Norrix Forensics Team! We are a no cut team and want you on our team! This week is Forensics Week — Monday through Thursday 2:30-3:30! We will be covering events, workshop for auditions and announce the team with a pizza party at the end of the week! See Coach Carrow in J11 with any questions!
The Loy Norrix cross country teams competed at the Portage Invitational this past weekend. At one of the biggest meets in the state, your Knights battled not only some of the best teams, but also brutal winds, heat, and humidity. In spite of not having three of our best runners able to compete, many runners still performed well. Garrett Bloom, Bill Bowser, Jack Warmelink, and Katherine Gilbert all ran their best times of the season. Sara Elfring, Bella Ford, Matthew Dunham, Clayton High, Michael Price, and Silas Warren all ran their best ever times. Still many more were within 10 to 15 seconds of their bests. They get the next two weeks to train and prepare for the SMAC Conference meet to be held at the Gilmore Car Museum on October 21st.
Seniors more college visits are being scheduled daily. Please stop by the counseling office to sign up and watch the TV’s for up-to-date information about these visits.
Do you love to read very closely and want to compete in the 2018 MLK Book Quiz Bowl? SAVE THE DATE of Friday, Oct 13th in Coach Johnson’s room for our Informational Meeting from 2:30-3:15.
The Annual Holiday Shopping Trip to Chicago and Michigan City is open to all students, staff and parents. The cost is $50 for the round trip charter bus. Tickets and permission slip are now available from Mrs. May. The trip in on Sat. November 18th.