Knight Life

Cancellations Put a Downer On The 2014 Season

Senior Jared Graves and Junior Austin Thompson practice batting. Graves plays first base and Thompson plays shortstop.

emilyfeenstra

April 12, 2014

March 19th is the date that was supposed to be the first baseball game of the Loy Norrix Baseball team’s season. This is one of the five games that have been cancelled so far. The boys are waiting patiently to get out on the field to play baseball. Coach Neel will try to make up as many baseball g...

Honoring Bill Wright’s Passing as he Contributed to KPS in Many Ways

emilyfeenstra

February 1, 2014

Knight Life would like to honor the passing of Bill Wright. Bill Wright passed away December 28th in his condo in Fort Myers, Florida. He contributed to Kalamazoo Public Schools in many ways. Bill worked with students from Loy Norrix High School years ago. Bill helped them with interview and communi...

Alumni Day: A Loy Norrix High School Tradition

Alumni Day: A Loy Norrix High School Tradition

emilyfeenstra

December 21, 2013

By Emily Feenstra and Claire Domanick Alumni Day was brought to life by former Loy Norrix High School Principal Johnny Edwards in the fall of 2008.  Alumni Day gives current LNHS students an opportunity to connect with recent LNHS graduates.  The day is a tradition that has been running for five y...

Jake Gumbleton Reaches New Heights In His Tennis Career

Jake Gumbleton returning a backhand during conference finals to set the state record.

emilyfeenstra

November 26, 2013

When Jake Gumbleton won his 84th straight match in a row on October 5th, he set a Michigan High School Athletic Association record. Gumbleton said, “I felt relieved. There was a lot of pressure on me to do it. All season the goal was for me to break the record." After sophomore year, Gumbleton’s team and him were joking around talking about...

Rob Pincus Living His Fourth Life as a Loy Norrix Teacher

Robert Pincus as an extra in The Gambler V: Luck of the Draw.

emilyfeenstra

November 20, 2013

Loy Norrix teacher Robert Pincus feels as if he has lived three different lives. Pincus has worked in KPS since 2001 and has been teaching at Norrix for six years. Before Loy Norrix, Pincus worked in law enforcement. He worked for the Atlantic City Police Department and worked on some investigations with a DEA ta...

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