Friday, March 18, 2022

Congratulations to Loy Norrix students: Abigayle Smith, Sushila Riley Stegman and Koryania Robinson along with advisor Dr. Noreen Heikes attended Michigan’s State FFA Convention last weekend. Students competed in the State Agriscience Fair and received State Degree, Academic Excellence and Outstanding Junior awards. These Loy Norrix students along with other students from KRESA’s Veterinary Science CTE course conducted original research studies and prepared scientific papers, which they submitted to the State Agriscience Fair. Loy Norrix student Abigayle Smith and Madilyn Stratton of Portage Central took home the Gold Award for their Weather Conditions in Correlation with Parasite Presence in Goats project.

Thank you to everyone who auditioned for the play “And Then There Were None.” The cast list will be posted after school today on Loy Norrix Performing arts social media pages and outside Mr. Lafferty’s classroom J11. Please stay tuned for opportunities to help with the play through tech, crew, and production.

AAC will start up on March 21st for the new trimester. After school tutoring will be available from 230-330 Monday through Thursday as long as there are no staff meetings. Please check with your teachers for an updated room schedule.

Interested in donating blood to save lives? If so, sign up for the Loy Norrix Blood Drive which will take place Monday, March 21. You can donate on your own if you are 17 or older, or students the age of 16 can donate with a parental consent form. Registration and information about the blood drive can be found in the cafeteria during all three lunches throughout the rest of the week.

Students in Ms. Van Lieu’s Tri 2 Yarn class – your pillows and belts are all sewn and ready for pickup. Please come before or after school or any lunch.

Seniors – it’s time to get your ticket to this year’s Grad Bash, which is an all night post graduation party, with lots of fun for everyone! Tickets are only $30 and can be bought on the KPS website. We hope to see all graduating Seniors

What do Flamenco dancing, the ancient walled city of Salamanca, and the painted fairytale castle of Cascais near Lisbon have in common?
They are just a few of the delights of the cultures we will encounter when we travel to Spain and Portugal in June of 2023.
This new destination for the Travel Club is proving to be very popular and we would love to tell you all about it so that you don’t miss out! We still have room for you, your friends, and your family on this trip.
If you are ready to change your life in this amazing way, please attend the information meeting on Wednesday, March 23 at 6:30 PM in C-15, Mrs. Lewis’ classroom.
RSVP to [email protected] to save your space at the meeting.