Thursday, February 2, 2023

Green School will meet today in room B-14 after school from 2:30-3:30. All are welcome!

AAC will be open today from 230-330 in the following rooms; English in K1, Math in the library, science in C17, ESL support in K5W, and study hall in C16.

Students remember to drop your pennies in your class jug in the Athletic Office. Pennies are positive however any silver you drop in another class jugs counts as negative points for that class. The team with the most points after lunches today will win. The winning class will keep all the money in all 4 jugs for their class account. Today is Celebrity Day. Tomorrow is blue and white Spirit Day. Get creative and participate in your Winterfest!

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

Attention seniors!! The final deadline to purchase a senior ad or baby picture for the yearbook is Sunday, February 12! 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!

Loy Norrix Baseball will have an informational meeting next week Wednesday Feb 11th. 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.

Our black history month person of the day is Zora Neale Hurston

Zora Neale Hurston was an American author, anthropologist, and filmmaker. She portrayed racial struggles in the early-1900s. One of her most popular works was Their Eyes Were Watching God. The fictional story chronicled the tumultuous life of Janie Crawford. Hurston broke literary norms by focusing her work on the experience of a black woman. Hurston was not only a writer, she also dedicated her life to educating others about the arts.