Friday, April 7, 2023

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If you were accepted into a CTE or EFA program, your commitment forms are due back today, Friday, April 7 to your counselor. Make sure you get them in!

Attention all seniors! Class T-shirts and sweatshirts are going on sale during all 3 lunches starting today! You’re not going to want to miss the chance to buy senior apparel to help lower the cost of prom tickets and pay for the senior luncheon.

Attention all students: get your yearbook today! There are fewer than 300 yearbooks left for sale and they’re going fast! Order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com with order number 12613, or bring $65 cash or check to room K3 before or after school or during lunch!

Attention Juniors and Seniors: May 13th will be the last testing date this school year to apply for the Michigan Seal of Biliteracy Award. Applications to register for the test are due April 26th. Please see your counselor or Señora Holmes for more information.

Travel Club 2024 will be heading to Greece next summer! Greek gods and myths come alive! If you are interested in having an adventure of a lifetime, then stop by the Counseling Office to pick up an informational packet from Ms. Learner with more details. An informational meeting will be scheduled for later this month.

Senior Trip tickets will go on sale this Friday in the Athletic Office starting at 10:00 A.M. The cost of the trip will be $85 which will include your ticket, your bus ride, your drink wristband, and your meal wristband. There will be 100 seats sold for the 2 buses. You can pay with card, cash, Apple Pay, Venmo, or Cash App. Your spot is reserved once you pay for your spot. The trip is Thursday, May 11.

Attention all Sophomores and Juniors! We want you to apply for next year’s Link Crew! Link Crew is our freshman transition program, where we come together as a team to support next year’s freshmen as they transition successfully to high school. Link Crew is all about learning new leadership skills, helping others, and having a lot of fun. If you want to make a difference at Loy Norrix, pick up an application in the main office or the library. Be sure to read the application carefully and note the mandatory dates at the bottom. There will be an informational meeting Monday April 10th in the cafeteria at 2:30. Applications are due Friday, April 28th by 2:30 in the main office or library. See Mr. Hernandez, Ms. Milton, or Ms. Simpson if you have any questions.

Congratulations to the many athletic wins of yesterday:
The Softball Team defeated Climax Scots 15-14 to open the season.
The Women’s Tennis Team defeated Battle Creek Harper Creek 5-3 to even their record at 1-1.
The Women’s Varsity Soccer team defeated Battle Creek Harper Creek 3-1 last evening and are now 1-p.

Last night, the track teams ran in their season opener outside at Gull Lake. Women’s and Men’s Varsity and JV teams all won by large margins: Women 113.5 to 42.5 and Men 126 to 37. In many cases, our JV runners and relay teams even beat their varsity runners. The outstanding highlights of the meet were all 8 relay teams winning, Carlton and Ciarra won the 100, Ciarra won the 200 as well, Sam lead a sweep of the 400 and 800, Amelia lead a sweep of the 800, Sofia lead a sweep of the 1600, Jackson won the 1600 and 3200, Ana won the 3200, Naomi and Nevaeh lead both hurdle events while Trevor and Brendan did the same, Helen and Tommy won pole vault, Chloe and James won high jump, Trevor and Thea won long jump, and Carter won shot and discus. Next Wednesday we race at home against KC. Come cheer your Knights.