Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Loy Norrix Knights JV was victorious over Paw Paw, 6-2. Norrix got things started in the second inning when Freshman Gabe Flores doubled on a 3-2 count, scoring two runs. Freshman Aiden Harback pitched Norrix to victory. He surrendered two runs on four hits over five innings, striking out eight.  Sophomore Liam Glendening threw one and two-thirds innings in relief out of the bullpen. Grant Miller led Norrix with two hits in two at bats. The JV team is back at it again today against South Haven here at Loy Norrix. Game starts at 4. Go Knights.

Chess Club is cancelled for today.

There will be a green school meeting today right after school in room B-14. New faces are welcome! Teachers, please put your bottle recycling out after 5th hour today.

Attention Peacejammers involved in the Norrix/Edison Literacy Project:  make sure you attend the Peacejam meeting tomorrow morning at 7 AM.

Attention Key Club Members: The next Key Club meeting is this Thursday at 2:30 in Ms. Nelson’s room K10, Please attend. New members are always welcome.  Also, the money and permission slips for Pretty Lake are due to Ms. Nelson by this Thursday also!

Attention current sophomores and juniors – if you’re interested in applying to be a Link Leader for the 2019-2020 school year, join us on Thursday, April 18th from 2:30-3:30 in the cafeteria for Cupcakes and Conversation. This is an informational meeting where you’ll learn more about Link Crew and receive an early application. See a link crew coordinator if you have any questions!

National Art Honor Society will meet Thursday morning at 7 am in room A-12 for registration of seniors who want honor cords and tassels for graduation.  The cost is $25.  

Travel Club meets Thursday night at 7pm in room A-12 for the England portion of our trip to the British Isles.  This is a mandatory meeting for students.  Contact Ms. Van Lieu A-12 for questions.

There will be a meeting for all students interested in playing football in the Fall on Thursday at 1:50 P.M. in the Weight Room.

Attention junior class of 2020 executive board, there will be a meeting on Friday, April 19th in M10 from 7-7:25. Please contact Mrs Simpson with any questions.

Attention all students interested in applying to AP Art for the 2019/2020 school year; now is the time to make your appointment with Mr. Stevens to review your portfolio.  As a reminder, this portfolio review is a necessary step to be admitted into AP Art.  Students are required to bring a minimum of 10 finished artworks for this interview.  If you are interested, see Mr. Stevens in A-21 to make an appointment for your interview.

Tickets for the May 4th junior/senior prom are on sale now. You can purchase tickets after school in room C23 and during all three lunches through May 3rd. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased in cash only. See Ms. Stetten in C23 or Ms. Kinnamon in B20 with any questions. 

Come join the Loy Norrix Choir in the auditorium on Friday & Saturday, April 19 & 20 at 7pm for their “As Seen On Screen” cabaret, featuring songs from your favorite movie, TV show, and video game soundtracks. You’ll hear music from The Muppet Show, Super Mario Bros, La La Land, Disney movies, Sister Act 2, and more!  Featuring performances by Mixed Chorus, Advanced Mixed Chorus, Master Singers, and a number of student-produced solo and small group acts, there’s something for everyone in this show! Desserts at intermission are included in your ticket price! Tickets are $5 for students, staff, and senior citizens, and $10 for adults. Tickets will be available at the door and can be purchased online at loynorrixchoirs.weebly.com

Yearbooks will be here in ONE MONTH! There are only 65 left and they’re only $65! Bring cash or check to room K3 or order online at  www.yearbookordercenter.com with order number 12613 by Saturday! After that, the website to order online will change. Don’t miss out on your chance to own a piece of Loy Norrix history!

This Saturday, April 20th those needing community service or just want to spring clean the grounds of Norrix, we will meet in front of the tower at 9:30 and should be done by 11:30.  Gloves and a grabber stick along with a garbage bag will be provided.

Attention Seniors. Tickets are now on sale for your senior trip to Cedar Point on May 24th. Tickets will be $65. You can pay with Cash, Debit, or Credit card. Personal checks will not be accepted. Payment can be made in the athletic office during normal school hours. We will be selling 100 tickets and your seat is reserved once we receive your payment. Do not miss out on this fun time with your classmates and reserve your seat today! If you have any questions see Mr. Rickli or Mr. Laboe in the athletic office.

Attention seniors! Would you like to be featured in the college bound senior showcase? Stop by the counseling office & speak with Mrs. DeHaan to find out how!

At last night’s track meet the men’s team lost while the women’s team was victorious over Kalamazoo Central. The following athletes won their events:

Bill Bowser in the 400

Joe Meyers and Joy Hart in the 1600

Joe Meyers and Ella Schnell in the 3200

Breonia Robinson in the 100 hurdles

Kenny Walker and Emily Holtz in the 300 hurdles

the women’s 4×200 relay

both 4×400 relays

Marshawn Bell in discus

Harrison Wood and Lilia Bistrek in pole vault

 

Their next competition is at the Hastings Invitational this Friday.

 

 

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Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Yesterday, the Overwatch team had a match and were able to beat their opponents 2 to 0. Jackson Kiino, Sophie Decker, Ira Webster, Cameron Green, Elliot Russell and Yancy Quin-Cabrera coordinated well together to overwhelm their opponents. Tonight the League of Legends team has a match at 5 PM against the Newton College and Career Academy from Covington, Georgia. The match will be on the Loy Norrix Twitch channel. Tune in to support our team!  

Yoga Club is today in Room J-11 from 2:45-4:00. Come stretch, relax, and destress. Yoga mats will be provided, so just wear your comfy clothes. We hope to see you there!

Interested in Forensics? Want to see state ranked students perform? Well, you’re in luck – come check out the Loy Norrix Forensics Team at Forensics Night tonight, Tuesday, April 16th at 6pm. Tickets are only $3 and all proceeds go directly to the team. We hope to see you there! 

Attention Key Club Members: The next Key Club meeting is this Thursday at 2:30 in Ms. Nelson’s room K10, Please attend. New members are always welcome.  Also, the money and permission slips for Pretty Lake are due to Ms. Nelson by this Thursday also!

Attention current sophomores and juniors – if you’re interested in applying to be a Link Leader for the 2019-2020 school year, join us on Thursday, April 18th from 2:30-3:30 in the cafeteria for Cupcakes and Conversation. This is an informational meeting where you’ll learn more about Link Crew and receive an early application. See a link crew coordinator if you have any questions!

National Art Honor Society will meet Thursday morning at 7 am in room A-12 for registration of seniors who want honor cords and tassels for graduation.  The cost is $25.  

Travel Club meets Thursday night at 7pm in room A-12 for the England portion of our trip to the British Isles.  This is a mandatory meeting for students.  Contact Ms. Van Lieu A-12 for questions.

There will be a meeting for all students interested in playing football in the Fall on Thursday at 1:50 P.M. in the Weight Room.

Attention junior class of 2020 executive board, there will be a meeting on Friday, April 19th in M10 from 7-7:25. Please contact Mrs Simpson with any questions.

SAT practice after school will start up again next year.  Thank you to those that attended!  If you have questions please contact Ms. Robinson or Miss Parsons. 

Tickets for the May 4th junior/senior prom are on sale now. You can purchase tickets after school in room C23 and during all three lunches through May 3rd. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased in cash only. See Ms. Stetten in C23 or Ms. Kinnamon in B20 with any questions. 

Come join the Loy Norrix Choir in the auditorium on Friday & Saturday, April 19 & 20 at 7pm for their “As Seen On Screen” cabaret, featuring songs from your favorite movie, TV show, and video game soundtracks. You’ll hear music from The Muppet Show, Super Mario Bros, La La Land, Disney movies, Sister Act 2, and more!  Featuring performances by Mixed Chorus, Advanced Mixed Chorus, Master Singers, and a number of student-produced solo and small group acts, there’s something for everyone in this show! Desserts at intermission are included in your ticket price! Tickets are $5 for students, staff, and senior citizens, and $10 for adults. Tickets will be available at the door and can be purchased online at loynorrixchoirs.weebly.com

This Saturday, April 20th those needing community service or just want to spring clean the grounds of Norrix, we will meet in front of the tower at 9:30 and should be done by 11:30.  Gloves and a grabber stick along with a garbage bag will be provided.

Congratulations to the Loy Norrix Forensics Team. They competed this past weekend at the regional tournament and our team broke a school record by having the largest amount of state qualifiers yet. The results of the regional tournament are: Hollis Masterson – 4th in Broadcasting, Katie Garcia – 5th in Broadcasting, Ellie Nagel-Bennett – 3rd in Extemp, Caila Chapman – 4th in Impromptu, James DeRango – 4th in Informative, Emerson Wesselhoff – 3rd in Oratory, Arden Hermann-Wilmarth – 4th in Sales, Elias Nagel-Bennett – 3rd in Info 9/10, Brooklyn Moore – 4th in D.I. , Zoe Naylor – 7th in D.I., Martin/Timmerman – 2nd in Duo, Shanahan/Turner – 5th in Duo, Sackett/Barber – 2nd in Duo 9/10, Preston/Hurley – 5th in Duo 9/10, Lily Dorstewitz – 5th in Poetry, Riley Dominianni – 3rd in Prose, Lucy Wallis – 5th in Storytelling, Ellie Rubin – 4th in Storytelling, Tick, Tick…Boom! – Tied for 1st in Multiple, Come From Away – Prebid .  We are excited to watch these students excel at the State Finals, taking place on May 3rd at Oakland University.  

Ms. Van Lieu has a brown handbag with art supplies that has been left in A-12 from Tri 2.  If this belongs to you please retrieve it.  

 

Monday, April 15, 2019

They did it again. Your track teams had great success at the Gull Lake Invitational on Friday. The girls team finished 2nd and the boys finished 1st out of 13 teams. This comes after the girls beat Portage Northern and St. Joe Tuesday while the boys beat Portage Northern but fell to St. Joe by 5 points in the same meet. Highlights from Friday for the girls include the 4×100 relay finishing 3rd and the 4×200 and 4×400 teams finishing 2nd. Jasmine Reid, Kendal Sloan, Ella Schnell, Joy Hart, Emily Holtz, and Breonia Robinson all had top 4 finishes in their races. Emily Holtz out leaned her competition to finish 1st in the 300 hurdles. Finally, Breonia Robinson won the 100 hurdles just a half second off the meet record.  For the boys all four relays were in the top 4 with the 4×200 team winning the meet. Stephen Speikes, Nathaniel White, Bill Bowser, Jordan Mabon-Cooks, Dustin Keltsch, Marshawn Bell, and DeAndre Worthy all had top 4 finishes in their events. Marshawn also won the discus. Abraham Konjoh won pole vault just 6 inches off the meet record. The big news of the meet came from Joe Meyers winning the 1600 and 3200. Not only that but he beat the 5 year old 1600 meet record by nearly a second and beat his only 3200 meet record by 18 seconds.  The teams compete again tomorrow, here at Loy Norrix, against cross-town rival Kalamazoo Central. Come and watch. Field events start at 4 and running events start at 4:30.

AAC will be open today, Monday, April 15th.  We will be open all four days and Thursday will also have a testing room.  Be sure that you are there WITH work.  You must be in the room by 2:40 and must stay until 3:30.

Interested in Forensics? Want to see state ranked students perform? Well, you’re in luck – come check out the Loy Norrix Forensics Team at Forensics Night on Tuesday, April 16th at 6pm. Tickets are only $3 and all proceeds go directly to the team. We hope to see you there! 

Attention all students interested in applying to AP Art for the 2019/2020 school year; now is the time to make your appointment with Mr. Stevens to review your portfolio.  As a reminder, this portfolio review is a necessary step to be admitted into AP Art.  Students are required to bring a minimum of 10 finished artworks for this interview.  If you are interested, see Mr. Stevens in A-21 to make an appointment for your interview.

Attention current sophomores and juniors – if you’re interested in applying to be a Link Leader for the 2019-2020 school year, join us on Thursday, April 18th from 2:30-3:30 in the cafeteria for Cupcakes and Conversation. This is an informational meeting where you’ll learn more about Link Crew and receive an early application. See a link crew coordinator if you have any questions!

Attention junior class of 2020 executive board, there will be a meeting on Friday, April 19th in M10 from 7-7:25. Please contact Mrs Simpson with any questions.

SAT practice after school will start up again next year.  Thank you to those that attended!  If you have questions please contact Ms. Robinson or Miss Parsons. 

Tickets for the May 4th junior/senior prom are on sale now. You can purchase tickets after school in room C23. Tickets will be sold during all three lunches starting today through May 3rd. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased in cash only. See Ms. Stetten in C23 or Ms. Kinnamon in B20 with any questions. 

Come join the Loy Norrix Choir in the auditorium on Friday & Saturday, April 19 & 20 at 7pm for their “As Seen On Screen” cabaret, featuring songs from your favorite movie, tv show, and video game soundtracks. You’ll hear music from The Muppet Show, Super Mario Bros, La La Land, Disney movies, Sister Act 2, and more!  Featuring performances by Mixed Chorus, Advanced Mixed Chorus, Master Singers, and a number of student-produced solo and small group acts, there’s something for everyone in this show! Desserts at intermission are included in your ticket price! Tickets are $5 for students, staff, and senior citizens, and $10 for adults. Tickets will be available at the door and can be purchased online at loynorrixchoirs.weebly.com

Attention seniors! Would you like to be featured in the college bound senior showcase? Stop by the counseling office & speak with Mrs. DeHaan to find out how!

Yearbooks are flying off the shelves! There are now fewer than 70 yearbooks available and they’re selling fast. We anticipate selling out within the next few weeks, so don’t miss your chance to get yours! To order yours, bring $65 cash or check to room K3, or order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com with order number 12613. The online order center will close on Saturday, April 20, after which yearbooks can be ordered online via Revtrak.

Attention Seniors. Tickets are now on sale for your senior trip to Cedar Point on May 24th. Tickets will be $65. You can pay with Cash, Debit, or Credit card. Personal checks will not be accepted. Payment can be made in the athletic office during normal school hours. We will be selling 100 tickets and your seat is reserved once we receive your payment. Do not miss out on this fun time with your classmates and reserve your seat today! If you have any questions see Mr. Rickli or Mr. Laboe in the athletic office.

This Saturday, April 20th those needing community service or just want to spring clean the grounds of Norrix, we will meet in front of the tower at 9:30 and should be done by 11:30.  Gloves and a grabber stick along with a garbage bag will be provided.

 

Friday, April 12, 2019

Congratulations to the Varsity Softball Team for defeating Portage Northern last night, 18-13 in extra innings! Annie Mansfield pitched a complete game, striking out 15 and giving up only 4 earned runs. Mansfield also went 6-6 at the plate and had 6 RBI. Khyra Dilley went 3-5 with 5 runs, Mikayla England and Vanessa Pueblo each went 2-6 with 2 runs and 1 RBI, and Jahzara Ademodi and Rebeca Sierra-Torres had 2 RBI each as well. Softball is off to a 3-1 start this year, and face Mendon at home at 4:30 this afternoon.

AAC  will be open for tri 3 starting Monday, April 15th.  We will be open all four days and Thursday will also have a testing room.  Be sure that you are there WITH work.  You must be in the room by 2:40 and must stay until 3:30.

Interested in Forensics? Want to see state ranked students perform? Well, you’re in luck – come check out the Loy Norrix Forensics Team at Forensics Night on Tuesday, April 16th at 6pm. Tickets are only $3 and all proceeds go directly to the team. We hope to see you there! 

Attention all students interested in applying to AP Art for the 2019/2020 school year; now is the time to make your appointment with Mr. Stevens to review your portfolio.  As a reminder, this portfolio review is a necessary step to be admitted into AP Art.  Students are required to bring a minimum of 10 finished artworks for this interview.  If you are interested, see Mr. Stevens in A-21 to make an appointment for your interview.

Attention current sophomores and juniors – if you’re interested in applying to be a Link Leader for the 2019-2020 school year, join us on Thursday, April 18th from 2:30-3:30 in the cafeteria for Cupcakes and Conversation. This is an informational meeting where you’ll learn more about Link Crew and receive an early application. See a link crew coordinator if you have any questions!

Peacejam did not meet yesterday due to testing, however we are going to begin our Norrix Literacy Project at Edison today.  Please meet me at the tower at 2:10.  I will have your t-shirts and give them to you there.

SAT practice after school will start up again next year.  Thank you to those that attended!  If you have questions please contact Ms. Robinson or Miss Parsons. 

Tickets for the May 4th junior/senior prom are on sale now. You can purchase tickets after school in room C23. Tickets will be sold during all three lunches starting today through May 3rd. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased in cash only. See Ms. Stetten in C23 or Ms. Kinnamon in B20 with any questions. 

Attention seniors! Would you like to be featured in the college bound senior showcase? Stop by the counseling office & speak with Mrs. DeHaan to find out how!

Yearbooks are flying off the shelves! There are now fewer than 80 yearbooks available and they’re selling fast.  Don’t miss your chance to get yours! To order yours, bring $65 cash or check to room K3, or order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com with order number 12613.

Attention Seniors. Tickets are now on sale for your senior trip to Cedar Point on May 24th. Tickets will be $65. You can pay with Cash, Debit, or Credit card. Personal checks will not be accepted. Payment can be made in the athletic office during normal school hours. We will be selling 100 tickets and your seat is reserved once we receive your payment. Do not miss out on this fun time with your classmates and reserve your seat today! If you have any questions see Mr. Rickli or Mr. Laboe in the athletic office.

NEXT Saturday, April 20th those needing community service or just want to spring clean the grounds of Norrix, we will meet in front of the tower at 9:30 and should be done by 11:30.  Gloves and a grabber stick along with a garbage bag will be provided.

 

Monday, April 8, 2019

AAC will start again April 15th.

There will be no UKnight meeting, Tuesday, April 9th.

Attention Peacejammers signed up for the Norrix/Edison Literacy Project: Your permission slips need to be turned into Mrs. May.  Failure to turn in your permission slip will end your participation in this project.

Seniors – What are you going to do tomorrow?? You have three exciting opportunities to choose from to do during the school day on this day! You can take a trip to KVCC, WMU or attend a career and job readiness workshop.  If you plan to attend KVCC or WMU sign up to attend to complete all your registration and orientation requirements on this day.  If you are looking for paid summer job opportunities, learn about different careers, work on your interview skills and update your resume attend the career and job readiness workshop.  Seniors must attend one of the three locations.  Sign up with Ms. Nesbitt in the library for KVCC and WMU.  Sign up for the career and job readiness workshop is in the guidance office. 

Please join us for the Find Your Voice, Speak Your Truth Open Mic Night on Monday, April 15th at 4 o’clock in the auditorium. This event is to celebrate Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give, visiting Kalamazoo. Any students interested in performing poetry, short stories, songs, or dramatic pieces, please sign up in the Library, or see one of the flyers around the school. Everyone is welcome to attend. We are also having a sneaker design contest. To submit a design, get a template from the Library and submit it by April 12th. See you on April 16th at 4 o’clock in the auditorium!    

Tickets for the May 4th junior/senior prom will go on sale after spring break. You can purchase tickets starting April 8th through the 12th after school in room C23. Tickets will be sold during all three lunches starting April 12th through May 3rd. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased in cash only. See Ms. Stetten in C23 or Ms. Kinnamon in B20 with any questions. 

Attention seniors! Would you like to be featured in the college bound senior showcase? Stop by the counseling office & speak with Mrs. DeHaan to find out how!

The countdown has begun! There are fewer than 100 yearbooks left available and they’re going fast! To order yours, bring $65 cash or check to room K3, or order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com with order number 12613. Don’t miss your chance!

Attention Sophomore Executive Board: We will be meeting this FRIDAY morning in the library instead of Tuesday due to testing.

 

Friday, March 29, 2019

The 3rd trimester start date for AAC will be April 15th.

Seniors if you ordered graduation announcements and did not pick them up from Jostens during lunch a few weeks ago they are in the counseling office. Please come & pick them up before spring break!

Seniors – What are you going to do on April 9th?? You have three exciting opportunities to choose from to do during the school day on this day! You can take a trip to KVCC, WMU or attend a career and job readiness workshop.  If you plan to attend KVCC or WMU sign up to attend to complete all your registration and orientation requirements on this day.  If you are looking for paid summer job opportunities, learn about different careers, work on your interview skills and update your resume attend the career and job readiness workshop.  Seniors must attend one of the three locations.  Sign up with Ms. Nesbitt in the library for KVCC and WMU.  Sign up for the career and job readiness workshop is in the guidance office. 

Please join us for the Find Your Voice, Speak Your Truth Open Mic Night on Monday, April 15th at 4 o’clock in the auditorium. This event is to celebrate Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give, visiting Kalamazoo. Any students interested in performing poetry, short stories, songs, or dramatic pieces, please sign up in the Library, or see one of the flyers around the school. Everyone is welcome to attend. We are also having a sneaker design contest. To submit a design, get a template from the Library and submit it by April 12th. See you on April 16th at 4 o’clock in the auditorium!    

Tickets for the May 4th junior/senior prom will go on sale after spring break. You can purchase tickets starting April 8th through the 12th after school in room C23. Tickets will be sold during all three lunches starting April 12th through May 3rd. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased in cash only. See Ms. Stetten in C23 or Ms. Kinnamon in B20 with any questions. 

Attention seniors! Would you like to be featured in the college bound senior showcase? Stop by the counseling office & speak with Mrs. DeHaan to find out how!

The countdown has begun! There are fewer than 100 yearbooks left available and they’re going fast! To order yours, bring $65 cash or check to room K3, or order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com with order number 12613. Don’t miss your chance!

Gryphon Place offers conflict mediation for students here at Loy Norrix.  If you know anyone who would benefit from working out their differences, stop by the C wing office to sign up or let one of your teachers know.  They can submit a referral as well.  Don’t let things get out of control, sign up now.

Attention students:  The Root Beer Stand is hiring.  If you would like to earn some extra money please apply at your nearest Root Beer Stand.

Have a safe Spring break!

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Students from Mr. Bergan’s 1st period US History class and those from Mr. Peterson and Mrs. May’s 2nd the 3rd period US Government class don’t go to your 2nd period class- meet us in the cafeteria right after 1st period ends. 

Attention all seniors! Today during 1st hour all seniors are invited to participate in a senior video activity!  We will be having a dance circle in the gym so come show off your old-school dance moves.

Chess Club meets today from 2:20 -3:30 in Computer Lab D10.  Anybody may attend, and anyone who beats Mr. Bellware receives a customized chess board.

Starting this Thursday, students interested in playing a friendly game of Magic: The Gathering, may come to room B-14 after school at 2:30. Hope to see you there! 

There will be a green school meeting today, Wednesday at 2:30 in room B-14. Please attend, there is important information to discuss. See you there!

All Norrix/Edison Literacy Project Permission Slips are due this Thursday at the Peacejam meeting if you are going to participate.

Friday is the last day and also pick up for coins/money for the Lincoln statue base to be put in Bronson Park. Help Loy Norrix to be a part of this base by donating your spare coins or bills to this event.

The Macho Volleyball activities have been postponed this week.

The 3rd trimester start date for AAC will be April 15th.

Seniors if you ordered graduation announcements and did not pick them up from Jostens during lunch a few weeks ago they are in the counseling office. Please come & pick them up before spring break!

Seniors – What are you going to do on April 9th?? You have three exciting opportunities to choose from to do during the school day on this day! You can take a trip to KVCC, WMU or attend a career and job readiness workshop.  If you plan to attend KVCC or WMU sign up to attend to complete all your registration and orientation requirements on this day.  If you are looking for paid summer job opportunities, learn about different careers, work on your interview skills and update your resume attend the career and job readiness workshop.  Seniors must attend one of the three locations.  Sign up with Ms. Nesbitt in the library for KVCC and WMU.  Sign up for the career and job readiness workshop is in the guidance office. 

Please join us for the Find Your Voice, Speak Your Truth Open Mic Night on Monday, April 15th at 4 o’clock in the auditorium. This event is to celebrate Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give, visiting Kalamazoo. Any students interested in performing poetry, short stories, songs, or dramatic pieces, please sign up in the Library, or see one of the flyers around the school. Everyone is welcome to attend. We are also having a sneaker design contest. To submit a design, get a template from the Library and submit it by April 12th. See you on April 16th at 4 o’clock in the auditorium!    

 

Tickets for the May 4th junior/senior prom will go on sale after spring break. You can purchase tickets starting April 8th through the 12th after school in room C23. Tickets will be sold during all three lunches starting April 12th through May 3rd. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased in cash only. See Ms. Stetten in C23 or Ms. Kinnamon in B20 with any questions. 

Attention seniors! Would you like to be featured in the college bound senior showcase? Stop by the counseling office & speak with Mrs. DeHaan to find out how!

The countdown has begun! There are fewer than 100 yearbooks left available and they’re going fast! To order yours, bring $65 cash or check to room K3, or order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com with order number 12613. Don’t miss your chance!

Attention students:  The Root Beer Stand is hiring.  If you would like to earn some extra money please apply at your nearest Root Beer Stand.