Monday, December 19, 2022

AAC will be open today from 230-330 in the following rooms; math in B13, science in B15, social studies in K2, ESL support in K1, spanish in A18, and study hall/testing in the Library.

Sword and Board will meet on Wednesday this week from 230-330. All tabletop gamers and games are invited.

Philosophy Club is a discussion-based group where people have the opportunity to share diverse viewpoints and have good natured debates. Join us in room K-17 on Wednesday at 2:30pm. See you there!

Did “Legally Blonde” get you in the mood for more theater? If so, you’re in luck! Auditions for the Loy Norrix play, “Almost, Maine” are right around the corner. Rehearsals won’t start until after winter break, but auditions will be today, after school. Audition packets can be picked up in Room J11. Please contact Mr. Lafferty if you have any questions.

Attention Students! Snacks will only be available in the CIS offices before school and after school. No Snacks will be available during 3rd period unless you have a Hall-Pass from your teacher to go to CIS.

Womens lacrosse is looking for new players to join the team this Spring! This is a United team with LN and KC players. Starting after winter break we will be having conditionings at Maple St Magnet School. Everyone is welcome. Contact our senior lacrosse player Sophie Grover via KPS email for more information.

If you’re interested in playing for Loy Norrix Women’s soccer this spring, contact Wendy Miedema at (269) 377-2601 for more information on how to join the indoor soccer preseason.

As we finish week 3 of the Bowling season the boys team continues to play strong. Remaining undefeated, they scored their 3rd victory, defeating Portage Central in a decisive fashion. We won the 1st baker game by over 70 pins. But lost the 2nd by only 6. Then we swept through the 1st regular game. We lost the 2nd game by a single pin, but at that point we didn’t need it, we had already taken the victory. Anthony Fotis led the team with a 216 game. Devin Harris contributed with a 193, along with Hunter Connolly with a 163. The girls team came alive with their 1st full victory also by a large margin. Winning both their baker games, and their regular games. Zoe Wazny led the team with 174, & 194. Hope Dunn contributed with 162. Fabienne Altenburger set a new personal high game of 130. This was a great win for both the boys and girls against a good team.

Come and support the Kalamazoo United Hockey Team Wednesday, December 21st at Wings West at 5:15 against Lakeshore St Joe. No admission, free for everyone.