Thursday, January 10, 2019

SSR is 4th hour today.

There will be AAC today. There will also be testing room in K12.  Make sure that you bring work to complete.  There will be no AAC on Monday, January 14th due to a staff meeting.  Please catch your bus since there will be no staff available to help you.

Loy Norrix Forensic Team – Please remember to attend the all team meeting today, Thursday from 2:30-4 in J11. Please bring your pieces! See Coach Carrow with any questions

Just 9 more days until the MLK Celebration, WMU workshops and fabulous lunch at WMU on Saturday, January 19th.  Want to join the fun- see the info on KPS transportation and take an info sheet by the Peacejam showcase in the main hallway.

There’s going to be a meeting for the Young Democrats of Loy Norrix Club this Friday from 7am till 7:30am in Ms. William’s room A-14. All are welcome to join.

Softball open gyms will be every Sunday from 3-5 pm starting on Sunday 1/13. See Coach Johnson in room C12 if you have any questions.

Save the date for the last regular dance of the year- WINTERFEST 2019 which will be on Friday, Feb 8th after the basketball game.

Attention Students who went to the hockey game last night: We are sorry there was a problem getting in at the ticket table last night for student night. We will try student night again, listen to morning announcements for the date. Thank you for showing up to support your fellow students!

Your AP Scholar for today is: Brielle Kimbrough! Brielle is a senior & has completed AP Spanish, AP Chemistry, & AP Biology. She is currently taking AP Calculus & AP Psychology. The workload & course material of her AP classes are similar to a college class, so she feels better prepared for college next year. Since the content of her AP classes is more interesting she has found that she doesn’t procrastinate as much. Brielle has been accepted to WMU & plans on studying Biology.

Your featured AP teacher today is:  Ms.Holmes! Ms. Holmes teaches AP Spanish which emphasizes communication in real-life situations. We study language and culture almost exclusively in Spanish.  The class engages students in an exploration of culture in both contemporary and historical contexts. It develops students’ awareness and appreciation of cultural practices and perspectives. Students who are interested in improving their reading, writing and conversation skills in Spanish should definitely take this course. Ms. Holmes loves to read, learn new things and do stuff outdoors.



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