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The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community

Knight Life

The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community

Knight Life

Monday, February 6, 2023

The black history month person of the day is Bayard Rustin. Bayard Rustin was an African American leader in social movements for civil rights, socialism, nonviolence, and gay rights. Rustin worked with A. Philip Randolph on the March on Washington Movement, in 1941, to press for an end to racial discrimination in employment.

There will be no AAC this afternoon due to a staff meeting.

Attention Loy Norrix Seniors: Counselors, Promise Coaches, and Career Coaches will be meeting with you this week on one of these days: Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday. During this meeting, you will create career goals, explore career details and to complete your Promise paperwork. An email will be sent to you from Mrs. Perry with the day and hour that we need you in the Auditorium. Please remember to bring your Charged Chromebook to the meeting.

Seniors – it’s Senior Superlative/Mock Election time for the yearbook! Check your email for the form to nominate yourself or your peers for categories like Best Dressed, Most Creative, and Class Clown. Nominations are due by midnight tonight, so don’t delay!

Looking to get involved in a sport this winter? The Girl’s Bowling team is looking for more student athletes to join. If you’re interested, go to the athletic office

Hey everybody. Learn more about teen life in Brazil through the Knight Life special series of stories this week on our website and instagram page. These special stories are a result of a collaborative project with Global Ties Kalamazoo. Each day this week you will see interesting posts and stories coming about about our Brazilian partners. Read these each day this week.

Attention AV club members: We will be working on the senior video this Wednesday after school in room K-6. Please plan to attend.

Loy Norrix Baseball will have an informational meeting this week Wednesday, Feb 8th. The meeting will be right after school in the weight room. We will start around 2:30. If you are able to stay after the meeting we will have a short team workout. We will be done no later than 3:45. If you plan on playing baseball this spring you need to attend this meeting. If you cannot attend, please contact Coach Rickli.

Attention returning or new Men’s Golfers: There will be a meeting on Wednesday, February 8th in the Cafeteria at 1:45 P.M. Please come to the Athletic Office on that day to get a pass to attend.

Sword and Board will meet this Wednesday from 230-330 in room C16. All tabletop gamers and games are invited.

Attention Bilingual students at Loy Norrix! Congrats on mastering more than one language! Now it is time to show us what you can do! Please check your email for information about the upcoming WIDA test and fill out the Google Form to show us that you are ready! Let’s show Kalamazoo what bilingual students can do!

Attention seniors! The final deadline to purchase a senior ad or baby picture for the yearbook is Sunday, February 12th! Order and design your ad online at with order number 12613 or bring cash or check to room K3. All sizes and prices are listed at the website. While you’re there, don’t forget to buy your yearbook – they’re selling fast!

Attention graduating Seniors. If you have an interest in speaking at your commencement ceremony, you need to sign-up in room B-18 by Tuesday, February 28th.

Loy Norrix swimming and diving took 3rd place this weekend at the Ottawa Hills Invitational. The knights host the portage northern huskies tomorrow night at 6:00. Come out and show your support.

This week the boys bowling team took on Vicksburg. They came out on fire and bowled their highest baker game. Then we lost the 2nd baker game by 1 pin. This must have woken something in the team. The entire team rallied together and took control of the game. We only lost two points for both regular games. It was an incredible team effort with everyone stepping up to preserve our undefeated season.
This week the girls bowled unopposed. Even though we didn’t have an opponent, our girls bowled with heart, and fulfilled some personal goals. Leading the way was Hope Dunn with a 175 and 173. Zoe Wazny contributed with a 151.

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The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community
Monday, February 6, 2023